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2coloration taking place in the skin." It pervades the whole surface
3General Symptoms of Pleurisy. — Like other inflammations of the
4important signs. But in some dyspeptic cases, especially those
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7exist, or their remains, in the forms of crystals of hfematoidine.
8appointment as Expert Adviser to the Corporation regarding
9and 105 grammes of sugar being passed in twenty-four hours), the
10the observations and conclusions, arrived at are drawn from an
11joint, and may be quite incapable of using his limbs in any way, or
12They are very thin plates of copper, about the size of a half-dime, two in
13In 98 cases I had 20 deaths, a mortality of 19 per cent. Under
14anazmia, or dropsy, which constitute the primary symptoms in cases
15Molluscum. — This disease consists of numerous small tubercles,
16their own merits. Myelitis is distinguished from lumbago, psoas
17fers from great prostration of strength and debility ; she is tired by
18lent straining efforts, or from plethora ; but in such cases, according
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22ments and the changes which take place in extravasated blood.
23aspect of astonishment, alarm, and suspicion; and then followed
24attention until the appearance of the peculiar sputa ; in 9 the general