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2it should not be looked upon as an unsoundness, as it calls tor
3enlargement but more upon its location. If it is situated
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5one of the aortic valves split transversely. It is remarkable, how-
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7Professor W. T. Gairdner does not consider that tricuspid murmurs
8eruption or hsemic spots, are sufficient to distinguish epidemic
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10tion, causing pressure upon the entire mass of the affected parts,
11a chair. For examination of the lateral regions, the arms must be raised
12in which symptoms of sunstroke did not supervene at all ; and they
13tion about the epigastrium noted and exaggerated.* With the mind's
14ually increases till it invades the whole of the medullary substance
15his best health, but on awakening is seized with the characteristic
16A third method for determining the urea consists in the use of
17diagnosis of such a disease ; and, as already seen, the very slightest
18in general well supported in pleurisy, and contributes powerfully to
19nate different degrees of difficulty of breathing. Their significa-
20VIII. Degenerations of the Substance of the Liver, ...... 909
21Acute Rheumatism — Syn., Rheumatic Fever — Rheumatismus acutus, . 37
22skin, for the feeling of contact often lasts for half a minute, and the pa-
23One of the most constant features of this disease, and which dis-
24the second group, where the obstruction was in the distal part of