1with a violent rheumatic pain, but without fwelling :
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3measles in the same patient by the presence of Koplik's spots. It is thus
4of marine sponges, though otherwise the description of surgical cleanliness
5its information on X-ray and electrical apparatus, and this
6eruptions, ambulant neuralgia, headaches, constipation, stomachal indi-
7cancerous lesion, and in seven this keratosis was of the palmar and
8TX and returned to Edwards AFB, where she is serving as a flight surgeon.
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10" ...the confidence even of the enemy in the German
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12•uretted four times and received various local applications, without result.
13able shortening in the upper arm, but the patient at the end of six months
14contained " gravel " in large quantities ; but the bacteriologist
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17to construct a new sphincter, employing for this purpose the levator ani
18on the blood-pressure and pulse-rate of G. H., a healthy male
19slowed, and the inhibitor nerves in this phase are intact as
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21C. S., aged twenty-five years, played football steadily at his prepara-
22in reference to the knee-joint and its muscular system that
23streptococcus in 24 hours, from v.hxh an autogenous vaccine was made.
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26significance of the Arneth count, if we examine the difficulties
27It might be anticipated that the large quantity of liquid,
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30and digitalis relieved him for a time, but as he found the relief only tem-
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32Mild cases will be met by one or two injections. Acute
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34remaining portions of the body 1 J to 3 ounces of serum may be administered
35that he had a memorial of the life and ftudies of the
36Hence the smaller liability of mosquitoes becoming infected by biting
37toxaemia may be produced from infection by meningococci.
38by Dr. William G. Thom{)son, one of the best, if not the best, in the
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41pended. The secretion of milk did not cease in these cases unless nursing
42In any case of undoubted phthisis, with pyrexia, cough,
43they recur so frequently as to produce disability — appendicular colics