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2oxygen must be increased by exercise, or the supply of starchy
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6weather that ushered it in. In other cases its duration is long,
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8pathologists is, that the former found the sarcous elements but little
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10horse will lift his heels very high, owing to the pain ; there
11course, as, in my experience, the short hair invariably proved
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13confined to the lungs — commonly limited to one lung only ; and to
14within the vessels, independent of inflammation or of phlebitis, or
15interrupted and modified by the air passing through bubbles of
16Simpson, and Eokitansky have shown how the fibrinous coagula,
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18Latin Eq., Diabetes; French Eq., Diabete ; German Eq., Diabetes — Syn.,
19it is a practice which should be made the rule, as already stated,
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23with the diagnosis of atrophy or miliary tuberculosis, aiid the
24pressure of tumors, are the morbid conditions out of which the
25Diffuse inflammation of the endocardial membrane has been
26gravated by pressure, as a characteristic. The chief seat of pain
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29various sensitive nerves," may be shortly stated as follows : (1.) A
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31nervous system appear to suffer first ; debility and prostration, both
32taining a constant and varied succession of recreation adapted for
33a. (1} General asthenia without special symptoms, followed by (2) disturbed men-
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36or an ulceration remains. When thus inclosed by fibrous thicken-
37recovery. And so in regard to every remedy which has been pro-
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39never appears on the table-lands of Mexico, is strictly in accordance
40appearance of the first tumor, but that it originates in persons otherwise
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42larly oval, or nearly round, clear, and well defined. Are not easily altered
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45an inch beyond the pylorus claim probably 85 per cent, of all