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2ing the transit of the blood through the liver, the ribrine and albu-
3true cancer-cell? Has the microscope discovered any structure
4cumstance, but recovered, and went her full time, remarking, how-
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6veilhier and Virchow), with proliferation of the connective tissue,
7above one in every 66.5 cases of the subacute form ;" and his expe-
8tical Report on Ceylon, by the late Sir Alexander Tulloch and Dr.
9/. Its repetition in families ; g. Its relation to tubercle" — is of opinion
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13together, so that the beginning of each may be in the centre of the
14species of delirium prevails, in which nonsensical sentences are pro-
15for the deposit the name of miliary tubercles ; and when the lung
16Gout, Reynold's System of Medicine, vol. i, p. 871). Trousseau speaks
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19large vesicles, filled with serous fluid, known as bullae. These bullae
20up the vacuum which the expansion of the chest occasions. When
21all those that are rapid in their progress — and in those which are
22by derangement of muscular function — diminished, or total loss of, power
23day. [There is no tendency to defervescence on certain critical
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26"Wolf, Brown-Sequarcl, and others. Cases of paraplegia due to a