1dents will not onby be followed, in a large majority of cases, by a diffusion
2— congestion of the lungs ; sero-purulent effusions into serous cavi-
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4from insufficient diet ; mental exhaustion, trouble, and anxiety ;
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6combines with the insoluble urates deposited in the joints, forming
7Fuller believes that these cases form a connecting link between chronic
8health between the operation and the recurrence of the disease, for
9alent of morphine or other narcotic, every four, six, or eight hours,
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11just before his death he was observed to be breathless on ascending
12— Or the Thorax Generally — Its Contents and Parietes,