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2of exploration or " prospecting the liver " should be commenced as
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4ing the mouth is parched, the tongue dry and coated, and the breath fetid ;
5Tubercular diseases and those of the respiratory system are the
6feverish; pulse accelerated — generally weak but sometimes
7by the unsanitary state of the towns and the mode of life in India,
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9source over land in a horizontal direction is a much more compli-
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11rades, exhibiting some of the symptoms (premonitory) already de-
12paroxysm occurred in seven during the first year of life. In one of
13ease has existed, the more unfavorable the prognosis ; cseteris paribus,
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15pulse more natural, the pulse slower and steadier, while perhaps
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19masses being influenced — (1.) By the nature and movements of the
20is a tolerably prevalent disease, the other a very widely distributed vice.
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22affected side near the axilla every fourth hour. Dr. Fuller recom-
23therefrom. The symptoms of spavin are lameness of a
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25the trocar has been used more than once in an unsuccessful search
26rested in vessels more or less remote from the seat of the original
27lung-substance being — (1.) The bronchial tubes, terminating in (2.)
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29The exact cause of this disease is not known, but it un-
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