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3These forms were first recognized by Mosler, but subsequently were
4the method lies in the fact that no special diet is required, that no
5not gold that glitters, so all that stains black with osniic acid is not
6the indicator shows the first change to red. The amount of alkalinity
7been described by various authors, paricularh^ the condition known
8fn the patient I have mentioned, urinam foUto copiofms
9cul de sac. Considerable pain on manipulation. Intra uterine
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11sterilized. At 105° these effects are attenuated rapidly. Sea
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13palfy, and chiefly with fcariiication, vol. x. 320. They may be
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17Connecticut. Xevada. Iowa. Xew Jersey and New York have all
18consumers of lake and river waters supplies that would be guaran-
19It is surely llie business of a hospital to live within its in-
20transfusions he has seen only one instance of any indications of
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23Goulard. Traite fur les Effets des preparatifs du plomb, & de
24dation may be quite marked. Small capillary hemorrhages are fre-
25ordinary leukjemia, but it is justifiable to entertain the suspicion that
2632, about the liver, what, ibid* 325. When thefe metaflales
27Cask I.— Figs. 10-1.3— Diagrams Showing Sensitive Areas at the Beginning of Treatment. No
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30ever, that the degree of oligocythemia is comparatively insignificant
31By its early withdrawal from the spinal canal, we are made ac-
32results obtained by the latter, from the injection of fresh blood into
33pericarditis. Inspection then shows undulatory movements in the
34attendance was usually from 150 to 200 persons. Finally, mem-
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36Flexner and others, show the great frequency of terminal infection in
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