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2tannate, seems to be generally useful. The latter form is preferred, which
3case vary in accordance with the severity or duration of the
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7the chest wall. The kidneys showed the effects of a slight chronic
8longer time for the tumor to empty itself, and that it was more resist-
9spleen without leucocythseraia. (For reports of other cases, see refer-
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11shown to the naked eye and with the microscope. If the mitral valve
12has seen bradycardia in many cases of gastric neuroses and
13In connection with the question of the milk supply, two
14closed ; if the incisions have been carefully planned, there
15an inversion. Negrier' gives the average length of the parturient canal
16fifth and sixth hours no more new characteristic changes are
17in regard to the harmlessness of the thyroid extract. The emaciation was
18unassisted birth in one case, would, in another, be too short to permit a
19length with each pain, the child advancing despite the shortness of the
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21anaemia, or at least nothing more than slight reduction of the
22twenty-five million gallons, valued at nearly five million dollars. We
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24through the ureter into the bladder^ and at tke fame
25cannot, however, be obtained without an active campaign on
26orders, and chiefly the rheumatifm *. Prior to this,
27period of twenty years at one of our largest London hospitals there
2818 mg. of strychnine ; after fifteen minutes a tetanic attack broke out ;
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30On trial, we find the " Melarto " Cigars to be well made, of delicate
31made for it and to its superficial resemblance to Scott's
325. British Medical Journal, December 17, 1898, p. 1815.
33testify to the ability with which this has been carried out. The chapter
34directing our inquiries chiefly towards a correct determination
35legs are trembling with more or less intensity. His station is that of
36globus minor. The combined influence of these troubles has caused an atrophy of
37of forearm and wrist. The severest pain is associated with
38admitted to the West London Hospital under Dr. Ball, who diagnosed
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40It is reassuring to note how few times pain occurred to the right of
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42was undoubtedly a case of progressive pernicious anaemia. It certainly
43Concerning Epithelial Metamorphosis of the Thymus. — Lo< hte {Central-
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45absorption from the normal stomach and from the intestines.
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47tiie ear and the cheek, it had completely disappeared ; at the inner canthus,