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2Collection of over 80 oral histories and photographs
3repeated lavage, while only rarely does this method effect a
4Almost every variety of nasal abnormality may be found in
5by their nuclei, which could often be seen as clear, unstained bodies,
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7On the other hand, the tuberculosis may be the primary condition.
8Period III. A heavily proteid diet. In addition to some bread, fruits,
9to remove the placenta manually. The half of the womb which had not
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11the colon, and rapidly grew worse; others, with a less grade of the
12much better proportionately than that of the cells of the anterior horns.
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14Ante-mortem Research. With a view of determining, if possible,
15attendance, but all had resulted unsatisfactorily. The contraction pro-
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17one of which was an operation performed, and this too late to have
18Supravaginal Amputation of the Uterus for Fibromyoma.— At a meet-
19was 127.5 : 1 — almost identical with the ratio seen in the heavily proteid
20large proportion, purely intestinal. I have not yet had the
21procedure. The attachment of the skin of the lid to the occipito-
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25KoUer, 1891. Vlrchow's Archiv., Bd. cixv. p. 2-7. Tbree cases.
26majority of men death comes primarily or secondarily through
27Eight other observations are given, in seven of which the serum was admin-
28He does not approve of the early operation, which is so strongly and
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30* Kernig : Berliner kliniscbe Wochenscbrift, December 29, 1884.
31titled the "SOMA Challenge?" Because it's always a challenge to get guys to attend! With operational tempo the
32veins ; but will harden, coagulate, and at laft en»
33commanding general when I get to Tampa, General Brown, will, of course, set what I will work on when I get
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35for Kiel and 10 per cent, for Jena, and Starck,* 13 per cent, for Copen-
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37during deep inspiration only. In one case it disappeared after a few
38upon and their calibres gradually lessened and destroyed, while the
3986.6° in the morning. The breathing was quiet, the pulse regular, 84 ; there
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41In his investigations over the histogenesis of cancer he many times
42others the i • 5 mm. trephine ; some do not touch the iris
43is excellent. Whilst very properly recommending removal of the