1grains. The weight of the body was 131 lbs. It fell to 110 lbs. in
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3upon its cordiform tendon, the serous layer of the pericardium only
4place in the uriniferous tubes from rupture of the Malpighian
5per 1000 of mean strength. Yellow fever sometimes prevails. Brit-
6ment. They are associated sometimes with phosphate or oxalate of
7to the naked eye is a somewhat yellowish shade over the cortex, and a
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9Chronic Tubal Nephritis. — The kidney does not drip blood when cut
10The facility of articulation varies very much at the beginning of an at-
11THE ACTIVE PRINCIPLE OF BILE AND THE ROLE IT PLAYS.
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13ceived the support of the profession at large. Dr. Wilks thinks
14three structures which mainly take part in the constitution of the
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16cases I found one side of the chest filled with pus from ajiex to base
17and canals of Flanders. The prohibition may be explained on an-
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19effusion, and to return with its decrease. It may disappear from
20that the effect of solidification, under certain circumstances, is to dimin-
21another, in which six children were aborted hydrocephalic at six
22did not differ materially amongst those three classes, yet the invalid-
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25patient, both as a means of relieving the head and of improving the
26wards and backwards in the course of a line drawn from the centre
27in inflammation of the larynx and trachea with hoarseness and aphonia ; in dry cough
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29T. Gairdner, Drs. John Taylor, of Huddersfield (Med. Times and
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31nately with the respirations, the act is called abdominal respiration,
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33skin is by far the safest emunctory for the vicarious elimination of
34long after the urine has been of equal temperature with the air.
35toms, has imparted a singular buoyancy to his hopes, and he always
36the general symptoms consisted of slight dyspnoea, with evidence
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40left nipple. The inner margin of the space corresponds to the nearly