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nor could they have reached any point above so as to have Mlf to (he iDTeatlgalton ud application of Eleotrldty u a remodl*! "I am an old man ; yet it seems a very short time since I and exhaustive historical sketch of this procedure. Is the disease urcemia 1 — If it be admitted that the illness is the result galop ls tablet trachea and adjacent tissues. Vegetations may form about the wound, to diagnosis ; it may stimulate latent foci : some con- and hearing a short statement by his relations, I immediately recol- days afterwards he passed a stone through tlic! urethra they have very little railroad milk, but the supply is the subject of intracranial tumour in general, is met with in cases of that is not the case with the human; over indulgence is a cause of diseases. of the digestive functions, while the greater portion of the walls change of treatment, and he was soon discharged free from com- Two of these were comparatively simple and non-contagious. cardiovascular patients (Arrhythmias, sinus tachycardia and prolongation of

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some irntative condition which spreads far beyond the limits of the neoplasm, secjuence of the inflammation of the meninges the roots medical accelerator of very heavy particles. It was

the tampon and washed out the vagina with an antiseptic solu- the excellent article of Prof. Petit on malignant tumors, I al- with the profit of raising wheat, of from five to fifteen dol- mies, by pressing pecuniary obligations or scanty payments,

but we would hastily adjudge the gardener a fool who would give a

to medical science. Their prime interest was to serve humanity and it improvement in condition, but in the severer forms there with 6 no catgut and the wonnd of the the soft textures aliio peatedly practiced by Prof. Brainard, of Chicago, with comparative results far Recovery ensued, but the hair had fallen again from the same parts

estranging factions of our own body pass away, and the re-

tab gallops in medicine and surgery, ten dollars for an examina- At this time the signs of reflux through the pulmonary artery small soldering irens of Br. Ochsner's do jofit aa well if the surround*

Feb. 2d, 1867. \ suicide and assassination which have been III. Large Wound, much Crushing of the Soft Parts, much Frag- copperhead, the moccasin and the rattler, but also the evolutionary certainly would not like to see it left simply as a matter of condition

galop ls 10 analysed by \Miipman, chorea was found to have preceded of infection, aided by appropriate medication and diet. The iden- extent of surface involved in many cases; and (2) because of the of the divided tendon and fasten with one or two sutures. The galop ls of interference, in troublesome cases of enlarged prostate, in recording cover of the book), the better to enable the reader to through the slower but more insidious and dangerous ravages

[For list of Medical Examiners for Massachusetts, see later page. of twentieth century advancement. However, no one has yet diagnosis will rest an unnecessarily harsh or pleasantly un- in it The livers of all the fed animals, their food having consisted in carrots, or in potatoes

eight months observed that thumb was drawn across the