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4sory. It is met with, in toxamiia from lead, arsenic, diphtheria, &c, after
5bined disease of the aortic and mitral orifices causes enlargement of
6The symptoms which indicate cardiac mischief are pains or sore-
7quently deep-seated, and may be developed in any part of the gland ;
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9l\v one or more slower beats, and when the interval between them
10The left ventricle is covered by the left lung ; and all its anterior
11J. B. Cowan, in Glasgow Med. Journal, Js"o. 2, July, 1853).
12Causes. — Every age is liable to meningitis. Children are often
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14He had passed a quiet night, without delirium, sweated much,
15(e.) Fatty kidney ; (d.) Lardaceous kidney — Syn., amyloid disease,
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17of other and weightier facts (Bucknill, op. cit., p. 272). (3.) Ascer-
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19in those instances where it is connected with a peculiar diathesis, and
20lubrity of the Pontine Marshes, past or present, is notorious. Three
21In the Meath Hospital at Dublin a liniment composed of the fol-
22nodule, there are atrophied globular hepatic cells, filled with yellowish
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241000 ; continued fever, by 236 ; dysentery and diarrhoea, by 211 ; oph-
25two cases of intermittent fever, an analysis of the urine by J. Moss gave
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27termined by (Hutchinson's) spirometer, compared with age, weight,
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29other diseases, hepatic disorders are of most frequent occurrence,
30When emetics are now spoken of, it is generally with the view
31by the influence of bad diet, impure air, deficient exercise of the
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33acteristic of intestinal wasting, associated with anfemic states, as
34vided into three horizontal and eight vertical bands ; and by the
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36based on the fact that urea is readily decomposed by hypochlorite of