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2sideration of a subject of much present interest, and the newest wind of
3has been discovered when it is too late to be of any service, for all
4attacks of gout it is lessened or absent in the urine, and present in
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7same difference of opinion was held with respect to large doses of
8The heart was flabby and unusually soft. The coronary artery was
9paper is, that it more clearly defines, and renders precise, the patho-
10of air, exercise, and diet, must be carried out as far as practicable.
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13of bellows, he was able to pass a considerable quantity of air into
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15tissue, it looked like some species of granite, and as if made up of a number of round
16epithelium. The tubes may be distended by fibrinous plugs, and are
17The cramming of the glands, associated with submucous vascu-
18there is reason to believe that catarrhal inflammation prevails, the
19With regard to the class of cases in which death tends to occur
20with redoubled energy on the stranger from the temperate zones.
21great irregularity of shape, and attain a diameter of several inches
22the invaginated portion of bowel is always seen in the form of a
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24many instances it has followed forced marches ; in others it has happened
25escape of urine. Calculus similar to three others iji having large
26Glycerine and emollient lotions are useful local applications. I
27creases similarly in weight through the same series, with the excep-
28senting what we conceive to be the truth " (p. 116). Dr. J. Netten Rad-
29mental exertion and sedentary occupation ; great anxiety and
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