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2form and in mode of life. The main grounds for this belief are —
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4blood-corpuscles, or may be tinted brown by hsematine. The chemical
5recurrent or pneumogastric nerves by tuberculous, cervical, or bronchial
6cutta, Chinsurah, and Berhampore are highly malarious (Martin).
7months it may not seem to make so rapid a progress as it does later ;
8the seat of the trouble. The causes of this disease may be
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11that in which it found him ; but this is not perceptible to an ordinary ob-
12tection for a time ; but anything which exercises a prolonged de-
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14when removed beyond certain limits of the land of their nativity,
15vomicae are filled by purulent material, or surrounded by consoli-
16by the production of an instrument, and for them, as a general rule, the
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18tween marshy districts and certain forms of disease is established
19great tension, suppuration never occurs. Absorption of the effused serum
20are the cases in which cardiac inflammation is most liable to arise
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23gested like those of the brain ; and the cord has been found softened.
24[The rational or restorative treatment of pneumonia agrees with the
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26lungs or testicle, they have been known to weigh, in extreme cases,
27Dinner at one p.m., to consist of two ounces of fresh beef or
28or baths of strong broths ; but the skin has not generally sufficient
29globules of urate of ammonia, mixed with the precipitate of phos-
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31always more or less associated with a sea voyage, are beneficial to
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33this, a microscope must be used with a linear magnifying power
34practice much caution and circumspection is necessary in assigning