1On this principle the application was theoretically indicated many
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4trix. Those changes are effected with various degrees of rapidity,
5are exposed to strain, namely, the lesser curvature of tlie stomach
6white corpuscles lessen simultaneously and in the same proportion as the
7the seat of lesion. (2.) If the loss of sensation affects a portion of
8a slight scratch of the skin, or gently rubbing the skin with a
9to the temples or back of the ears, may be more useful than vene-
10in those instances where it is connected with a peculiar diathesis, and
11Prognosis. — Simple idiopathic pleurisy on one side of the chest,
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21is present, it forms an oily-looking drop (Scherer).
22healthy and morbid anatomy of the kidney with great care and perseverance, and
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24Irritation ; Echeverria, Reflex Paralysis ; C. Handheld Jones, Clinical
25latation is in both lungs, it may be limited to the larger tubes, about their
26against the palm ; or the fingers are clenched, or the toes bent.
27in the possibility of cure founded on a better present knowledge of its
28other part of their substance. It is a portion of the lungs which
29the exact symptoms of dyspepsia which are associated with these
30neuroses. He thus describes it : An individual who, but a moment ago,
31are increased in frequency — phenomena of more constant occurrence