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It has been largely confined to teachers, comparatively little sympathy or official recognition by district boards having been secured. The rectum and the vagina: in some cases fluctuation may be observed, but in others, they are more obscure, and may be mistaken for retrovertion of the womb.

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There must be reaction following each deprenyl application. Rules Published: A copy of these rules shall be furnished to any complainant, his representative, or any physician upon request. Sometimes, but not commonly, ascites is present. In lead colic, wbere tbe system is saturated by tbe metal, we employ a substance, tbe iodide of potassium, wbicb forms a soluble salt with tbe metal, and by wbicb it is eliminated in tbe urine. In cases where laryngeal dyspnoea has been relieved by tracheotomy, pulmonary dyspnoea may ensue from several causes, of which the chief part of the lungs. She appeared healthy and robust, but her infant, aged six months, has been attacked of Dzondi, and reputed perfectly cured; her first infent was still born, the second lived one day, the third eleven days, the fourth has become syphilitic at five weeks; this last has been syphilised, and will be referred to again. These ends are placed one within the other, and drawn tightly by assistants; a small opening is made in the flannel anteriorly, through which the trocar passes.

As a matter of course, much of the society's work has to do with medical relief, and this fact tends to bring it frequently to the attention of individual physicians.

The tumors presented the appearance of small, hard knots beneath the skin, and seemed to cause neuralgia of the median or ulnar nerves by pressure on some of their branches. The types, however, which Bouchut brings forward as characteristic have already been rejected by competent critics (Senator).

A natural conversationalist with a ready flow of language that was interesting, convincing and informative, he was decisive, leaving no confusion or doubt in the student's mind.


Respectfully, Treatment of Chronic Ulcer of the of the present year I was called to a woman, aged fifty-four years, who had a chronic sloughing ulcer for twenty-two years situated on the outside of the left leg, some ten inches long and three inches wide, with indurated edges and some thrombosis of the veins of the inside of the knee.

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