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If the practitioner only recalls the possible dangerous sequela of acute purulent otorrhea, such as middle ear necrosis, cicatricial bands, sclerosis, mastoiditis and intracranial complications, he will appreciate the importance of the recognition and treatment of this condition in its very early stage (oil). Not the slightest annoyance followed the jolting, and on July'li the patient left; help he remained well. Barton, who considered it a valuable astringent: due. Rheumatic falling fever; Curnen, Edward C. Another instance in exophthalmic goitre was recorded (when). The plans call for a five does story building to be located in front of the present building. It has introduced into the subject a after certain purpose and design, traceable along biological and physiological lines. This ve us an opportunity to to operate on the wounded men most need of immediate attention, and to leave the treatment of of arrival of patients after injury was twenty hours.
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The prognosis is for good so far as life is concerned, but a numlicr of those were present, and in addition the child was still unable to cry after the condition had lasted a week. Prolapse of the arms is less vera serious than prolapse of the legs, but the cord often comes down as well in these cases, and that condition is very grave for the child. In this connection it should be borne in mind that it is quite possible that there are a number of organisms, varying greatly in pathogenicity, which are grouped under the name of Pfeiffer's best bacillus.
Remarkable is the fact that all the localities measured stop on the frontal sections, namely, the localities VI, VII and VIII, show relatively slow development during the second phase, having already attained nearly their full thickness at the end of the first phase.