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And - our eminent investigator accepts the common theory of the etiology of benign growths, the type of growth being determined by the type of embryonic cell which is operative, with the addition, perhaps, of traumatism, including a position of least resistance. As,-oon as "your" this ha- been effected, tie- plug may lie pulled and dressed with simple dressings, as in the case of any ordinary open wound. For examples of the general cause of disease following a slip or strain, which has resulted in a thickening of ligaments, I wish to note several cases: I have had cases in which, along the region falling of the splachnic nerves, there was a tightening of all the ligaments, the parts of the spine being approximated.
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The means and methods of illustrating the anatomical lectures probably are unrivalled in this best country. The invasion of malaria, he continued, was much more frequently gradual in children noted were convulsions, vomiting, drowsiness, prostration, fever, cause and severe pains in the head and epigastrium, less frequently over the liver or spleen. Jules A oisin gives the results of examination ( Lancet) of female out idiots at the Salpetriere. A dualism based upon this tenet is doomed, it seems to us, to extinction, while the fact that sores not to be distinguished from each other clinically are yet totally distinct in nature, each one being iuoculable upou healthy persons, but one being 2015 followed by constitutional symptoms, while the other is not so followed, is patent to every observer.