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I have had little experience In the use of af-rays in the treatment of these cases. McConnell has recently published in negroes in eight years' service at the Philadelphia Polyclinic, all of whom exhibited the amaurotic type.
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This kind of breathing is also present in any condition where pressure either from aneurism, mediastinal tumor, or tubercular growth may be exerted on the larynx, trachea, or large bronchi. Treatment: He would administer units in a child from three to five years old. Another man (Chart A) had reported sick on two successive mornings with headache (nordictrack). It would appear, therefore, that a now medical dictionary must force its way effects upon a rather crowded stage, and, unless of exceptional merit, can hardly expect to find a leading The eighth edition of Dorland'S Illustrated Medical Dictionarij'- follows two years after the appearance of the seventh edition. Many cases relapsed when caesar taken off the special diet. As above stated, in malarious regions the number of cases is usually materially greater during a summer attended by a heavy rain-fall than during a dry summer. He courteously replied that each six grains of the preparation contained exactly one grain of strychnine. In diarrhoea from indigestion, with acid stools, magnesia combined with rhubarb yields very satisfactory results. (Leech.) Nitrite of amyl influences the circulation, mainly by paralyzing the muscular supply, but markedly stimulates the heart in every way. Ehrenberg himself expressed this view in the following words:'" Insignificant as is the weight of- such invisible animalcules, yet it is calculable and has been estimated; and it is certain that the lightest current of air, which is capable of lift ing a feather, might play with these little bodies lite so much The atmosphere, in fact, as ordinary experience shows, is abundantly capable of wafting about, often to great distances, bodies much larger and more weighty than the infusoria or their germs. Blood tests should not be relied on to diagnose ulcer, since we only get a positive result in about one-third of the cases.
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