1as follows : (1.) Superficial meningeal effusions, five cases ; (2.) Within
2ravages ; leprosy and elephantiasis prevail in Scandinavia ; pellagra
3you are less likely to err by omitting than by adopting the prac-
4cautions as before. The washings, after being mixed together as before,
5important phj-sical sign is one which indicates a sudden disappear-
6ments, fascial, aponeuroses, periosteum, perichondrium, tendons, bur see,
7now tend to establish on a very broad foundation the doctrine
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9the nerves of sensation. Such various forms of palsy, or paralysis, are
10Diseases in which the Instrument is of Diagnostic Value,
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13prevent its admission ; therefore, if the lungs are not bound down
14is pai'ticularly the case at night ; wakefulness is annoying, and no matter
15disease ; the anaemia, languor, failure of appetite, and feebleness of the
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18growiih so as to attack it mth the radium from every side, it appears
19by coma, 1.040. (5.) In paralysis terminating by syncope or asthe-
20water which may account for the apparent excess of urine over
21erages are generally prescribed, in absolute ignorance of their con-
22Senile change (Fig. 23) in the vessels, and consequent loss of elas-
23constitutional symptoms ; but at length the legs and scrotum be-
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25operation is deferred the worse the prognosis, as there is the added
26either or both sides), rarely occurring in the absence of pre-existing dis-
27the ganglia of the solar plexus towards the side of the organ most
28Spasms of the adductors produce symptoms closely resembling those
29that quantity. A glass of Sherry (two ounces) may contain from a
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31his paroxysm may sometimes be so severe that he almost anticipates
32opinion " that the renal malady has a direct tendency, by its effect
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36tached the pericardium from the heart. The muscular parietes were
37the heart, and from this cause the ventricle has been found so re-
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39tise on Urinary and Renal Diseases, American reprint, 1860, p. 148).
40five to forty-five the physician should at once examine the patient
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43posed of sporules, which subsequently develop into beaded threads ;
44aperture continues to increase in size. It is invariably seen
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46nor in the aged are any certain phenomena appreciable by which
47certain joints, chiefly of the hands and feet, favored by congenital or he-