1sound of the heart. It should be listened to over the apex of the
2strongest evidence of the tendency to thickening, consolidation,
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6characteristic phenomena of anasarca come on with great rapidity,
7history of the disease seems closely to resemble that of cerebral
8merely of temporary duration, but is attended with giddiness,
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10still look to physicians of large Indian experience for information
11tion into the blood, to the gradual impairment of nutrition, resulting in
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13One of the most common causes of facial paralysis is exposure to
14drachm doses should be added to each dose. All the alkaline rem-
15rapidity from the seat of injury ; and where the part is to-day simply
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17its increase is some time after the excretion of urea has reached
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20seen after scarlatina and the true granular kidney, with more or less
21affected limbs is natural, as well as the capillary circulation. No pain is
22black matter in variable proportions, the tint depending on their proportions, and
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24lage and adjoining part of the sternum, for both aortic and pulmonary
25ate of ammonia — two grains every two hours — either alone, or in combi-
26is prolonged on the right side to quite or nearly the length of the inspi-
27The varieties of softening, as characterized by their color merely,
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29tubercle has been given. These growths occur in the tissue of the
30mation of the stomach does occur, it is generally the consequence
31ence establishes the fact of a very general hereditary transmission
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33Cases of paraplegia following diseases of the womb, and cured
34them, and their distension thereby through the pulmonary artery
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36eration of single groups of connective tissue corpuscles. It appears at
37four or six hours. It is very rare that more active medicines are
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39present in this specimen, of the fold of Treves to the patietal
40actual value, or even the safety, of this method of thrusting trocars
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44quinine, and strychnice, in the form of a syrup ("Syrupus ferri, qui-
45X Maunder's Atomizer, with Bergson's Tubes and Dr. Andrew Clarke's Hand-ball.