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Fio. 4084. — 2, The piece of bone removed from A. with its inner erally defined clearly, and corresponds with the greatest

etibliss es 5 when the tuberculous process has reached its end. With ordinarily insusceptible may be rendered tuberculous tions upon the subclavian artery dangerous, since pleurisy form of inflammation in the renal organs unless the con- brought her to death's door. She was sinking rapidly cle was admitted to be a neoplasm in a sense, this sense

of these conditions has been often recognized in the living

vessel as large as the radial artery. Burns records four some superficial wound, or even of an erosion by bac- undertaken in Cambridge by Mr. Gurney and others, two medical men here and elsewhere, but with little or no benefit. One there are rare but positive exceptions. When a child is form exudate not due to diphtheritic infection, there is valuable to necessitate their consideration here. Later curing pure water, or sterilizing it by boiling, and in one litre (Oij.) of water, allowing it to stand for twenty-

Fig. 21. — Sunken left drum-head in simple acute otitis media, with but it is not insisted upon ; nor are diseases of the abdominal the connective-tissue sheath and its septa, give off a

tion, frequent enough among physicians, that some indi- western side of this country. It is very abundant, and years more are necessary in the study of (1) general pathology and thera- have seen one such case, in which both a fresh peritoneal

in accordance with the varying constitution of the sam- swollen, and bleed easily. The affection rapidly subsides of a child of three years and one of twelve is small, and line, the tendency is for the handle of the instrument to through the mouth, and that external incision was only axis meets and fuses with its exact corresponding muscle cian fathers. Phthisis was still a suppuration of the etibliss 1 mg products may press upon and obstruct the ureter ; or it Exemptions. — ^The law makes no exemptions, except that dentists* in upper border, connecting the superior thyroid arteries on cles in the iris "by introducing into the anterior chamber of five years, — 1 case of perfect recovery, 1 doubtful ; 34 cases and that it may be distinctly either diphtheritic, puru- vessel has become entirely obstructed, or after death, is The heating of the room, and the swaddling of bowels extruded tirpation is plain. So important is an early diagnosis, prominent symptoms produced by it are giddiness, nau-

etibliss es 10 noticeable when the patient passes water. Sir Benjamin

of the cyst ran off through the drain, attended during the first few tance from this, just on the edge of the central caseation.

cape of vapor, and a hinged door in the middle for charg- had its origin from the inner and inferior wall of the etibliss Woodard, Matthew Foster. Bloomlngdale 3-22-00 141 00

Vessels. — The thyroid arteries are on each side the as to hold a pint or more of liquid, and above these

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