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Only on the physical side, but also on the human, for example, in the investigation of the alimentary tract, and especially in the action of drugs, etc., and it is proposed that a research hospital should bo started with twelve or more beds and certain laboratories attached; this should be placed as close to the Addenbrooke Hospital and also to the existing laboratories In the first place it would be advisable that this hospital should be started in temporary buildings as it is impossible to foresee on what lines the hospital following encouraging replies to tlie letter addressed to the Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University were read: I brought your letter before the Council of the Senate this moi-ning.

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Keceutly I was consulted iu the case of a painter who believed himself to be suffering from lead colic. Such men, it was thought, should be treated leniently and allowed to reattest, thus receiving pay and allowances. Irregularity, or intermittence of the pulse is also far from uncommon, though any contingent cause, such as tea or tobacco, should be Pseudo-angina pectoris is apt to occur in nervous exhaustion and may after a hard time of pain and bondage. He Pozieres, wlien the index finger of Lis left Laud was partly shot away; the remains were subsequently amputated. It is always doubtful whether it is advisable to publish the results of negative experiments; for it is always possible that some more skilled or more fortunate investigator may succeed, where one has failed. The scalps of tens of thousands of children have been irradiated without a single ascertained case of harmful consequences to the brain. Is not this an arbitrary and doubtful About the value of such a book as this for the practitioner and the advanced student there can be no question. The left lung was collapsed, and showed evidence of bronchopneumonia and adhesions at the apex. Well, the woman became fatigued and there was considerable tenderness, so I proposed to the doctor in attendance that we introduce a sound into the uterine cavity, which we did and the woman aborted. The internal tumor, I should feel certain that I was leaving in situ the seeds of fresh trouble, and so I should not advise operation in this case. These attacks are paroxysmal, lasting from a few moments to several hours, or a day, the patient often voiding a large quantity of limpid urine after the paroxysm has subsided, when there is a strong tendency to sleep.


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