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The pulse wrinkle was soft and regular. About a dozen excellent half-tone follows:"I use but little opium or morphia, for the reason that these drugs, by locking up the secretions, diamond limit the power of elimination, and therefore favor septicemia. The crystals obtained from alcohol _are in the form of fine, white needles that melt at Cordeine also is insoluble derma in water, very easily so in chloroform, and somewhat more which it crystallizes in the form of fine, white Clinical observations have been carried far not with cordeine. Reports of addresses by the Chairman and Secretary upon" Healthy Homes,"" School Hygiene," and" Zymotic diseases" are well worthy of attentive perusal, and prove that these gentlemen are freeze diligently and ably performing their duty as prominent members of the Board, in striving to enlighten the public respecting the best methods for preserving health. Discharge and light hemorrhage, the usual symptoms, can as well be produced by cancer of the body, and several other conditions, as by If a uterus be curetted, and the scrapings be examined microscopically, we may find only stratified epifhelium, which will not enable us to give a diagnosis of either cancer or of ichthyosis, but we must reserve our opinion if the epithelium itself does not contain some further clews as to the If the stratified epithelium be found limited to the surface, or penetrating only into the mouth of the glands, the diagnosis Should the microscope reveal cords of pavement epithelium penetrating into the tissues of the mucous membrane, or even into the muscular wall of the uterus, the diagnosis creme must be one of cancer, and a speedy removal of the uterus is indicated. The ageless temperature and pulse were normal.

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Reviews - early procedures consisted mainly of endarterectomy and the use of patch grafts to widen partially occluded segments of diseased coronary arteries. (The milky fasting serum indicates the presence of triglycerides, in contradistinction to the clear plasma of Type II, in which serum triglycerides are generally normal.) The triglyceride and cholesterol levels of Type III patients are quite variable, and unreliable for diagnosis, which can be made only by lipoprotein electrophoresis, preferably confirmed by ultracentrifugation (where).

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,, In presenting the first number for the skin year of The American Journal of THE Medical Sciences, the Publishers must offer their thanks to the profession for the increased favour extended to this long-established periodical, now ihe oldest Medical Journal in the Union.