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In the fifth century the Nestorians, driven into Asia, not only founded great schools of medicine, for example, at Edessa in Syria, and at Gondisapor in Persia, but by their missionaries hellenistic medicine was carried far and wide through the East, certainly into Mongolia and India, probably even into China.
Young patients frequently struggle violently to resume the malposition (capsule).
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The object is the information of the housewife, to whose requirements the average cookbook is ill adapted, as well as to bring to her attention healthful and economic methods and receipts. Whilst the extremity lay almost extended on the mattress, and I was preparing to adjust the retaining plaster-bandage, I made a last attempt to overcome the still existing resistanoe by a sudden, though gentle pressure, with the lumd, upon the knee-joint; whereupon I noticed a crackling from rajseeds above the joint whjch I did not stop to inveslAgate more closely. The lesson which is here so definitely conveyed may probably be extended over a wide clinical field. Our ideas regarding the treatment of pelvic inflammation must naturally be modified by our views of its essential nature. None were so lowly as to be passed app by without notice, none so powerful as to enjoy immunity. The lesser of the two, has undergone the so-called colloid publication degeneration, and shows the honeycomb arrangement in a very instructive manner.
If the seat of attachment is unknown, both sides, and then the anterior and posterior portions of the glottis, can be curetted in succession.