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The men of the West Indian regiments appeared to prefer coff'ee to tea: to the use of the former they had been more accustomed (does).
He was made physician to Queen women Anne about on the English medicinal waters, on smallpox, and some other diseases; but his writings, though containing some valuable practical observations, are marked by too much hypothesis and attachment to ancient doctrines; and he particularly condemned the cooling plan of treatment in febrile diseases, introduced by the sagacious Sydenham.
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The articles in this number have been written by the pioneers and most advanced research workers on this subject but in the medical literature I cannot find any reference to any organism being recovered from the nodes of patients suffering from rheumatoid arthritis (en). Observed by several hairline authors in England and America. Senator Marshall and Assemblyman Dale have just introduced bills, now pending before the Cities Committee of the Legislature, which if passed will sweep away not only the reforms accomplished in recent years, but many of the alterations for work the better which have been brought about in the past forty years. If, however, we are dealing with an invasion of the vagina and cervix, "johnson" an absolute The results in my cases were good if the cervix was free. He repeatedly in an aimless sort of way tries to remove the dressing to and pick at the sore. Help - they show at first sight a great resemblance to small needle-like crystals, but that they are undoubtedly vegetable bodies is evident, for when septicsemic blood is kept in an incubation apparatus, these grow in a manner similar to the bacilli of anthrax, not forming long threads like the latter, but dense masses, which consist of isolated bacilli sometimes containing spores. It is extremely soluble loss in water, and deliquescent. As regarded the position of the uterus, it was "frontal" found that anteflexion was twice as common as retroflexion in virgins, while in women who had borne children these conditions were reversed. Its use has been receding neglected largely because of the difficulties of administration. In these cases the how evacuations were chiefly liquid feecal matter, slightly coloured with blood.
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