1other unsoundness of mind than this propensity to murder ; so that
2portion of the chest at which pneumonia is beginning, which ceases
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4dissatisfied with his own results of bleeding that he adopted it, and
5They are all of somewhat elevated temperature, are chiefly used in the
6pecially by Deputy Inspector-General Mr. Longmore, when on
7Alkalies, or the neutral salts, may be given in combination with
8The sound is intensified or made more clear by whatever in-
9fastened by an elastic strap across the palm, which strap should be always
10geron's case it invaded the muscles of the face, particularly the temporal,
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13viously marched throughout the greater part of the length of the
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16displace the elaborate negative and positive pressure cabinets
17tenance congested ; anasarca of lower ex- tenance often chlorotic ; anasarca absent,
18and complete loss of consciousness prevails, associated with convidsions,
19The Supra or Post-Sternal Region is a small hollow, bounded below
20muco-enteritis ; or from any affection of the alimentary canal
21nerves connected with those bodies, and constant exhaustion and death.
22wisely and prudently used, we may hope to cure a few and to relieve a
23the precursor unquestionably of the majority of cases of gastric
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26riorly, there was dulness at both bases, and abundant subcrepitant
27the morbid matter or poison by which the condition of the blood is
28the name of Sclereme chez les adultes, in 1845 (see a translation of Ras-
29lung-affection is supposed to be the primary lesion : it is a local inflam-
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31the pain and swelling still continue in the left knee ; pulse 106,
32the hemispheres of the cerebellum and the fibres of the pyramids in
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34The occurrence of acute pericarditis apart from vital phenomena
35temperate climate (such as has been defined), conforming to all the
36made considerable progress. The persistent dryness of the skin, so con-
37treatment which is here indicated. The patient ought also to be
38that in all probability these alterations are permanent, and not at-
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40alone is ailected throw a spray up the nostrils, of a five per
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42sputa change again. They become opaque, of a whitish or yellow-
43" silent " duodenal ulcer, that may attain considerable size, and