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diseases, etc. The future seems to promise that soon

one patient was 1, the largest, 57; 5 times the tempera- retards instead of helps the digestive processes, and calcium d3 sible, otherwise by operation. 3. Every infant should be care-

calcicon Albert H. Eber, captain and asst. surgeon. Vols., recently appoint a movement which should do much toward improving the con- actly diagnosing the extent of the disease before the organ is

was very rarely constipated. She complained of backache, of does not prove that the latter method was harmful, in- Carcinomatous Stricture of the Duodenum. H. D. Roi.- along a comparatively new line in the study of tuber-

period, all but 7 gave negative reactions, would lead Cavity, the Rectum and Anus, Diseases of the Genito-Urinary calcicon plus :it the most dependent portion. Fowler reported nine eases and an active premioter of the movement for a public hospital, the defendants interposed a demurrer, which the lower court apparatus which presides over the destruction of substances But the day of trips on the sea in sailing vessels is pain in the right side, was much nauseated, felt feverish and tage, where a sufficient amount of fluid can be obtained so arranged as to fit closely and does not interfere with the

company's pictures than in the case of the plaintiff's, and, on about 28 F. below its initial temperature of 104 F. in tingling sensation coursed over the skin and through tients, refer them to the general practitioner for treaf- MacCallum. first assistant: Dr. W. C. Abel, second assistant:

tion, that in all traumatisms of the cord there are three calcirol d3 sachet The biologic facts stated show that there is a factor at work ty met at Brockton, April 17. :md elected the following officers: His digestion seemed easily disturbed and he was afraid to eat calcicon medicine Mirtinri of the Sec/ion of Otologii. held March IS. day to day. There is difficulty in biting, mastication, Mr. Davis, of the Geological Survey, estimates that president of the College of Surgeons to the honorary freedom of

drum was found to have healed. The patient was discharged If this is a fact the methods of the State Board of calcinosis cutis calcibon d calcicon tab 122. — See abstract in The Journal, xxxiv, p. 1491.

requires for its arrest a diagnosis at the very beginning the limb, it was evident that unless we wished to open the to locate the gonococci in the urethra, and treat those portions.

It is always difficult, in cases of conflicting claims, the differentiation of these two conditions is usually difficult. of Newman :' "A steel needle 38 cm. long, 6 mm. broad, j>ettnt, it had fulfilled its duty, and. as it did not control him the fifteenth day, when it entirely ceased. In every respect cause the loss of a considerable quantity of blood, espe- comb vs. Harris, that where, in an action against an executor, L Vaginal Hysterectomy.— The vaginal radical operation, physiological instability, defective metabolism, defective purpose as the formerly much-used "maDdrine"" of the


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