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2proved that by the action of the gastric juice stable salts of bismuth are
3also be the same for both. If this be the case, the mosquito having been
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5respond to electrical stimulation could tell, as dead as a twelve-hours'
6round cells apparently starting at a break in the intima and encroach-
7not suitable for this treatment. Cases of auricular fibrillation
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9from the linguistic point of view. It is well arranged, well printed, and
10them. If, at the same time, the Arneth index shows a normal
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12obstruction, and that, of course, was noticeable only when coitus was
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14Of the twenty-one thus treated seven reached the crisis prematurely be-
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17were found unaltered. Counts of the red and white corpuscles gave
18difference in the final issue of the case. If cerebro-spinal
19referred to. It may be diffuse or localized ; it was present in
20of splenic leukaemia. In the absence of leuka»mic blood findings there
21tance because of its medico-legal bearing. The District Court called for
22that the Wassermann test does not seem to have been
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24The medulla showed some degeneration of motor nuclei cells — not as
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26The fact tliat this work has now reached the 15th edition is sufficient
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31nition of a very rare and fatal disease, to which the terra splenic pseudo-
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34I say that in all the cases there have been practically no sensory
35certainly cases in which the differential diagnosis is extremely difficult. In
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37cleft palate, club-foot, and, still more, an absence or malformation of
38and muscle cells, because there is an insufficiency of the requisite
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40The enlarged spleen is not usually tender on pressure, but in
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44else. The impressions I derived from these 34 lectures —
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