1the region of the nucleus outward to the periphery of the cell, the granules
2lates with the blood, but is not fufficiently concofted
3toms were less marked than after hysterectomy. The patients were all able
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7Schmiedeberg, of Strassburg. The introduction deals with the mode of
8seven months, was probably one of simple posterior basic meningitis, charac-
9Finally, one of us wishes to make a scientific retraction of a state-
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11Forraad. {University Medical Magazine, lS92,iv. 625.) History. Man, aged
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17patients so treated none of the four recovering developed abscesses, nor was
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19that this was not practical without the loss of the muscular development of
20father, more rich in good qualities than in fortune ;
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22He found that in the dog it produced death, and believes it should be strenu-
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24lower jaw. The apparatus is fixed to the teeth and worn with
25some of the medical men in " typho-malaria " is evident by their reports.
26\ at maintain the tensile strength of the gut. When baked in the ordinary
27Lumbar puncture is a valu.ible agent for the relief of most
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29four days' intermission. Bromide was then given, and the first week
30reflected. Two parallel incisions a short distance apart are
31greenish and occasionally blood-stained. The acute enteritis may come
32lumbar spines. The muscular mass was rapidly dissected off on each side
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35shallow well for drinking water in a location where the water was in
36There are a number of interesting facts in connection with the poim.s
37acquainted with the classical operations as performed by Sims, Simon,
38of the two animals compared. It was found that the spleen
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41however, be sufficient to permit perfect antisepsis and the reduction of the
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43Cerebrum. The cerebrum was found diseased in but five of the eight
44hourly injections of 4 c.c. It appears to have a sedative eflect, and
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