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2Army (Gaillard). It was first seen during the winter of 1861-2 in the
3Diseases of the Respiratory Passages by the use of Atomized Fluids, 1867. Beigel
4stance where the good effects of calomel have been unequivocal
5tents of the ventricles and the area of the openings leading from them ;
6among the various forms of insanity, finding its acme in general paralysis.
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8underwood, together with the numerous embouchures of the Ganges,
9dietetic agent, may also be of use. Flannel should be worn next
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12still more difficult complications to manage, and are very dangerous
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14child looks very ill." Not onlj^ does he look very ill but he has an
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17Treatment: — If in an old horse, give at one dose the
18Make into twelve powders and give one powder every six
19diminution of fibrine under its use ; and from the researches that
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21fine crepitation denotes the extension of the hepatization ; but when
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25the foetus it often lies in contact. It may also determine, or help
26he cites, had been duly removed, the patients would have had a
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28was found that the aortic valve was so altered that the most copious
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30" skin and bone," recover wonderfully under the influence of twenty
31f Crystals of diabetic sugar from diabetic urine (after Beale, p. 150).
321. After the functions of the digestive organs and skin have been
33back from the level of the "seat" upwards, in imbricated layers, by
34with the other, the sounds in health are found to vary so materially
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