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1thopncea at times. Phys. exam. — W D. and slightly obese.
3adhesive plaster strips have been employed, and, in
5female seminal fluids. 3. Creatures of small size, like
6be a lowering of the general blood pressure. For a decision
8giving a high tone to this lectureship. At the time I ac-
10person, whenever a longitude observation is about to
11may draw the conclusion that one vesicle alone is affected. It was
12and enjoying regular food, without having vomited at all,
15or significance that we seldom spend the time even to
16ing water as a source of infection is quite prevalent in the
17the same stock. There are three sources available :
19Plymouth. — W. P. Chisholm, Brockton, President ; F. G.
20the vomit and had noticed, also, dark stools. There was
21renal casts, spermatozoa, fragments of neoplasms, and bacteria.
23perineal incisions, castration, ligation of the vasa deferentia
24The following comparative tables borrowed from Auvard may be
25ney through the loin, added so little to the risk of an already
26Lucke, and for the internal inflammations of the eye by
27from enviable in many countries and at many jjeriods of the world's
28Sir Charles Bell, "who," he said, "thought anatomy of
29paste; dry, extract with alcohol, evaporate the filtrate, and set it
30the tendency is, for the physician, where the judgment rests
32a sponge, — the water containing perhaps alcohol or soda ;
33in the blood. The parasites of the two forms of malaria are
34of short duration, and may cease under the influence of a cause simi-
35soil the linen. As a vehicle, glycerin presents many
36of liquor potassse and boil. Apply the test by the contact method,
38temperature sinks to 34° C, and death follows in a i'ew
39ing, but introduces the aliment without any prepara-
40other pronounced systemic affections antedating the first manifesta-
41client. But a physician or surgeon may upon a trial or ex-
42nares, if this should be deemed necessary. To illus-