1It is very common for appendices epiploicae to adhere to the
2symptoms by which the nervous diseases are manifested. (3.) Some
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5function of respiration must suffer. Now the function of digestion is
6muscular a)id fibrous textures. The pain is most common on the left
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8Treatment. — The medicines most useful in hcemopty&is are the
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10produced by tubercles " in the lungs. Louis and Andral confirmed the
11The extent to which the marsh miasmata may spread from its
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14urine, or any inconvenience attributable to undue acidity of the stomach.]
15to the affection, yet a well-developed rheumatic paroxysm and a
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17cells appear to be united throughout the cord by longitudinal con-
18the muscles of the chest and arms. He died shortly afterwards.
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20also, associated with a temporary congestion of the vessels of the
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24one of the cutaneous nerves of the abdomen, of the thigh, upper ex-
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26unusually distinct. On placing a small section of the nodule in water,
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28The action of the skin must be promoted by warm clothing. Exer-
29the seat of neuralgia. In chlorosis, neuralgia is apt to affect seve-
30tous nephritis ; (2.) Interstitial nephritis ; and these may be com-
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39and not inclined to heal, mix thirty grains ot Nitrate of Silver
40inflammation essentially consisted in coagulation of blood in capil-
41are said to be gifted with great energy, and talents far beyond the
42violent darting or shooting pain in the course of the nerve, return-
43in his experience, than in hospital practice. Many wars ago when
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