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1Of great importance and frequency are hemorrhages into the
2scribed meals. These examinations are very necessary to that
3normal menstruation in 15 per cent., and profuse menses in 11 per
4During the last five years there occurred, according to the statis-
5Audition is invariably diminished following the development
8ibid, 59 and feq. t-'rognofis, ibid, 61 and feq. Diagnofis,
9has shown, this is incorrect. With trifling variations the Charcot-
10Pott's disease in children, although it is useful in varied condi-
11fubjed thereto, ib. 453. The predifpofing caufe thereof, effeds,
12Mufcky a, in aSliotty what changes happen^'to it at that time,
14hour, in others irregularly. Thus Trousseau, who himself suffered
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