1stances which seem to bring about the disease most frequently in
2in the hip-joint, headache fixed to one spot, clavus hystericus, and
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5tary movements of the paralyzed limbs occur simultaneously with
6dryness, is the source of disease and death ; while an excess of rain
7The urine, when scanty and of a deep red color, is voided with
8good keeping condition. Sometimes a small bony enlargement
9is drawn tensely aside, and the trocar held by the three last fingers,
10with a high power, numbers of distended convoluted tubes will be seen.
11methods of care. Local bleeding is not to be confined to the head,
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13posed to the sun ; whether any disease of the ear or nose exists ;
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17surgical operation. Here Fraser, [Journ. Exper. Med., 1912, vol.
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19trines were stated regarding facial paralysis, in accepting and per-
20A certain temperature, for example, under certain conditions as to
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22roughened chordoz ten/lineoe. It too is a ventricular systolic murmur?
23when the pains were severe, that they fought with each other.
24gastric glands the principal part of the solid animal matter of the
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26heart described by Dr. Richard Quain. Dr. Meryon further mentions
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28transparent fibrinous cylinders, of large or small " waxy casts." When
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31apparently in good health, wakes up suddenly about midnight with
32is a tendency for the paralysis to become general (Trousseau). Grad-
33oxidizing action the urates are wholly or partly changed into urea and
34region (Walshe). It radiates towards the right and left acromial
35will pass on down. If no grain is coughed up or the obstruc-
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37feet are cold, and towards morning there is generally a little more
38accompanies the casts of albuminous urine which must be watched
39critical analysis of the reported cases of paralysis sine materia will greatly
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41(1852). Exceptional cases have been reported, presenting many of the
42was found when life terminated by coma or asphyxia, than when
43symptoms of this cachexia independent of bronzing of the skin. From
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45Pectoriloquy, however, does not take place in all cases of abscess
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47tion, and such irregularity of action, that rupture of a bloodvessel
48the specific gravity to be 10.20, then 20 x 2.33 = 46.60, which is
49saline or drastic purgatives. An ounce and. a half of camphor mixture
50must Ix; a question of jx-ristalsis. One sometimes saw cases— Hi
51with the belief, that all of these lesions acknowledge one and the
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54eventually found it necessary to abstain from all alcoholic drinks ;
55sion of the muscles is constant, and nearly identical in all the cases.
56through three stages. Martin Solon describes five stages, and Raver