1immediately followed by fever; and if the attack is very severe,
2riforin, and when mixed with blood, medullary sarcoma, fungus
3the best treatment is the inhalation of vapor impregnated with turpen-
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6or a feeling of fulness in the rectum ; and after going two or three
7or clots. Virchow was the first to demonstrate the results that
8indicated a temperature as high as 104.2° Fahr. ; in the afternoon
9or nerve, and which exists for some time before the paralysis comes
10elled. Where the disease has advanced the farthest, the cut sur-
11solid, and little serum remains, the pericardium, by the opposed
12The beaut}- and clearness of the sections obtained by this method leave
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16due to congestion of the liver, purgatives seem to act beneficially
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19generally accompanies the first ventricular sound of the heart.
20But it is now well known also that the undoubted results of the
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24who had had constitutional syphilis, but who died, — 2 of brain disease,
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2752. Bergson's Tubes with Single India-rubber Bag, .
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29parts with soft interstitial tissue. Diffusion also takes place readily
30resembled, in color and density, the tissue of the uterus. When one
31by prolonged washing. While, therefore, Bernard's observations
32and gives different reactions with the nsnal tests, heat and nitric
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34however, relates several cases in his Clinique Medicate ; and it is
35fibroid degeneration of the valves — a rheumatic lesion which may
36When the jaw is locked, Dr. Wood recommends that an enema,
37concretions may remain an indefinite time in the parenchymatous
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39Latin Eq., Depositee ex syphilide ; French Eq. , Depot syphilitique ; German Eq.,
40MeGrigor communicated Mr. Gulliver's observations to the Medico-
41known to labor under pulmonary consumption " (Lectures on the Practice
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43Small doses frequently repeated seem to do better than larger
44Latin Eq., Peripneumonia; French Eq., Pneumonie; German Eq., Lungenentzun-
45and extremities, with moist or dry heat to the limbs, and wrapping
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