1The Liver undergoes fatty degeneration in about one-third of the
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3are, alterations in the specific gravity of the mucous membrane of
4serum, which being removed, the pleura is seen sometimes healthy,
5to the muscles already enumerated, it may involve many others ; in Ber-
6cases. Dr. George G. Tucker, of Westfield, Mass., in reporting sixteen
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9abscess be large, the quantity thrown up is proportionally great.
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12point of the hock against some hard substance, or by bruises
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15ing fever: (1.) Sub-continuous, the daily thermometric variations being
16to any great extent, nor fever. The presence of the murmurs (arterial,
17of the tubes become first affected, and the lesion is afterwards com-
18and the physician requires also to look before him in anticipation
19scribe the following conditions as giving rise to paralysis of mo-
20weakness than when in the full enjoyment of muscular strength.
21in the urine, without increase in the quantity of the urine, and ap-
22patient who suffers from dyspnoea cannot hold the breath, or refrain
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25contraction of the flexors ; the use of the hand is permanently lost, and no
26tissue, exterior to the periosteum and articulation-capsules. Sim-
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28the direct entrance of articulated words into the ear at the point auscul-
29ward direction of the orbit in cretins is brought about by the com-
30by decomposition or any usual reagent. In size about gg'outh of an inch.
31aniseed water. Of this mixture an ounce may be taken thrice daily."
32ation may be felt, yet suppuration does not occur. Thus the bumps
33or by the meaning conveyed by the Latin term " anxietas," when
34special characters of the sputa ought in every case to be closely