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3scarlatinal cases, and small in amount in paraplegia (spinal), hemi-
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5when re-established, is unmistakably altered in its properties. So
6life, such as tetanus, epilepsy, chorea, hysteria, neuralgia, and the
7of tubercle. That animal matter is most abundant in recent, and earthy
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9tention to the state of the skin, a generous and stimulating diet
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11Veratria and extract of opium, one grain each, to be divided into ten
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14seen disposed in lines. If a congeries of tubes are swollen between
15In the first class of cases death generally ensues from exhaustion ;
16out (Anderson, Med. Times and Gazette, June, 1863).
17anatomy, tend to prove that injury to the optic thalami is productive
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21condition may be bi- or uni-lateral, and is one in which, owing to the
22the horse is in the habit of biting. Feed Scotch Compound to
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24stitute at the same time an efficient means of impro\-ing the milk
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26must be regarded as " neuroses," " dynamic," or " functional " dis-
27diminished weight or physical signs indicate the undoubted presence
28presumed, with justice, to influence the health of the children born
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30lotions, or ioduretted ointments, combined with the internal adminis-
31writes : The formative irritation, which produces the abundant nuclear
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33It abruptly loses force between this point and the left apex, where
34in common use in the treatment of old chronic cases. Its compo-
35left of its junction with its cartilage, and on a line with the articu-
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38may be opened in the arm, and four ounces of blood allowed to
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41Acute pneumonia in the habitual drunkard is very apt to take on the
42cannot be counted. When fatal it is generally within six hours from the
43individuals are concerned ; but the ability to become acclimated is not
44attacked, a most severe and fatal fever. The same effects were
45is perhaps questionable ; but there can be no doubt of an abscess