1stimulate the spinal cord, upon the secondary assumption that this
2communicating lymph-spaces of the pleura, and it is entirely feasible to
3d. Pass the powder so obtained through a fine sieve.
4It is a perfectly logical deduction, I think, that when we have the
5is found too short to allow the birth to take place, is little short of
6mends erosion in preference to excision in children, and believes the practice
7When the percussion vibrations are readily communicated to the
8more irregular. An example of the purpuric type was a case
9of consciousness, presumably always with hypertension ; yet
10difficulty ftill remaining in the adequate diftinftion
11by insomnia and restlessness, or by an increase of the stiffness.
12ogy that we can readily imagine that there was in the beginning a
13the history to be distinctly secondary, and the remaining fifty-three
14Gonorrhcea and its Complications m the Male and Female (David Watson),
15underlying structure ; that this new-formed fibrous tissue by contrac-
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17morphine no anti-morphine, and yet a tolerance to these poisons is estab-
18of diagnosis, and the test, as yet, has been little employed
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20consideration, and, by the aid of imagination's fears, all but permeates
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22fever. Neither coryza nor sore-throat was present The scarlet fever
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24possibly an action upon the intrinsic cardio-motor ganglia, its chief action is
25disease, are stages of one and the same malady." According
26case was probably in its pathology not unlike m^r own.
27FSD was superior to other currently utilized hemostatic products in controlling lethal arterial hemorrhage in this
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29was read a second or two later. About a minute or so was
30and Sons, 194, Great Portland Street, \V. They also manufacture the "Ring-
31symptoms of ulcer of the stomach, but rather to point out the various
32but it is, however, rare for patients to present the long periods of fever
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34out of 255. Pleurisy was present in three cases. The respira-
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37nation of the tissue removed are not positive, and may lead to erroneous con-
38(Huntoon and Elser) that the lymphatics at the base of skull
39found from which, as secretion diminishes, cicatrization (skin) takes place."
40Among the cases reported as " recovered " there are two where the
41laparotomy the stomach should be opened and emptied of its contents.
42performed an hour after the injury was received. The patient
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44age ; increased rapidly, and by three years was enormous. Bowels acted regu-
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