1knowledge of the state of the blood and of the physiology of di-
2the advance of acute or chronic disease. "When hemorrhage takes
3entrance of the larynx (Fig. 52) ; thus furnishing means for local treat-
4[mycosis], molluscum simplex, condylomata, verruca vulgaris, verruca mollis).
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6severer forms of disease the first indication is to relieve pain. The
7Diseases of the skin have been regarded too much as a specialty ;
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10patient feels only one point, we gradually separate the two points from
11out separating. In other instances it is puriforni, varying from a
12General Paralysis ; Local Paralysis — e. g., Facial Palsy and Scrive-
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16tails of which were collected by Dr. Orsborne, there were only seven
17duction of consumption, what the regimental stable is to the horse in the
18he showed that the tendency in females was towards gastric ulcer,
19abated, and the part affected to be swelled ; whereas before only a remark-
20been recently called to a new preparation of iron by Mr. W. A.
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23tinguishes them, such as syphilis, gout, rheumatism, tuberculosis, and
24930 SPECIAL PATHOLOGY — VOLUMETRIC ANALYSIS OF URINE.
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26lymph. The tendinous sheaths and capsular ligaments sometimes
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30many nuclei, yet when all kinds of cancer are compared, " typical
31which indicates an inflammatory process going on round the clot,
32all cases of pneumonia, it is at last brought to a head by some exposure,
33while at 1.050 it contains 958 grains of sugar — the increment being,
34The important chnical point is, that from morbid conditions in the
35corresponding to the intermediate spaces of the vasa vorticosa, and
36ascending portions of the arch, and seem to spring most frequently
37[Dr. Dickinson gives the following description of the morbid appear-
38CLASSIFICATION OF DISORDERS OF THE MIND, INVOLVING —
39and Rossle maintain, ha;morrhagic erosions may occur and dewlop