1in putting in sutures while the wound is septic. They may become infected
2He also draws attention to the injuries which the mother often receives
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4mucosa, in order to preserve the function of menstruation.
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9all such resections is tti maintain the integrity of fibrous tissue, uniting the
10thirtieth part of the fait that is in the urine of thofe
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12Whichever of these influences, moreover, may be the dis-
13ing to find. The Parachute Ward has more background
14receive an indifferent telegram from a member of the family in another
15month and a half, repair with abundant formation of connective tissue was
16But that which finally induced us to discard the method of Bouchard
17ligated the hemorrhages were arrested, but there was no decrease in the size
18and involvement of blood-vessels with hajmorrhage. This is
19vertebral parts of the principal group of cells in the nucleus of the
20sympt»)ms supervened where the pulse was slow and irregular.
21probability the mobility of the stomach and its freedom from adhesions
22injection of atropine, which increased the ventricular rate,
23tions, it seems to be the best suggested treatment. From
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26cases detailed in this paper, though in some with high temperature the
27beginning of hyperpiesis, and finally arterio-sclerosis and
28become a habit it is decidedly injurious, and should be stopped. Constipa-
29teid ; the diet contained over 2500 calories. The results were as follows :
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31The commonest result was the formation in the liver of cartilaginous
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33Badly formed nipples are more apt to be injured than those well developed.
34A Treatise on the Extent and Nature of the Mortuary Losses
35that phyficians are glad when this dry flvin of their
36dosage, the latter must be determined by individual experi-
37obscure cases of nervous bradycardia, also of the cardio-
38its presence, through blocking of the communications between
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40day. In several swabs which I took, and on Petri plates which
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42questions, such as "Did the injury result in disability
43of such patients has been still less studied, and along this line there is