1This is a very large ligament composed of white fibrous
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4creating around him, or within himself, sensations which are not
5Connection of Apoplexy with Heart and Kidney Disease,
6the epileptic state varies from the most severe paroxysm to simple vertigo,
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8Any of these tumors may be seen on almost any part of the
9maintain the first theory, while Virchow, Forster, and "Weber hold to the
10labour and care. This was not a paper which lent itself very much
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12A considerable amount of dyspnoea may prevail, which cannot be
13and fixed delusions, accompanied Ixy strong suicidal and homicidal feel-
14Section VIII. — Significance op the Pulse in Cardiac Disease.
15pale and dejected ; dryness of the skin, greater heat of the scalp, and
16the Medico-Chirurgical Society on February 5th, IQIJ. were as
17this, that it has the smallest nuclei and relatively the smallest cells of any
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19tissue, at the first glance there appears scarcely anything else but nuclei.
20urge those seeking advice to report the results, whether good or bad. In all cases please give the number of
21a tendency to the scrofulous constitution, not necessarily to be ex-
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25pation, mensuration, percussion, and auscultation. The physical signs
26the eighth rib, and from anlthe resistance is less marked
27the preservation of the general health, and especially when men are
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29should be not more than one opening into the abscess ; for in that
30its principal remedy this prescription: the different drugs in combination, for I
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33of introducing a tube through the larjmx, none of the si^eciai
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35Bennett, and the late Dr. Roge'e, in whose lungs large cretaceous deposits
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