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In the majority of cases, a reduction to two-thirds, one-half, or even one-third of the former The earliest symptoms are fast pulse, palpitation, slight tremor, and, if continued, emaciation, diarrhoea, restlessness, insomnia; even symptoms of exophthalmos may occur. Lindsay Peters of Baltimore reports a second case of the above, operated upon by Howard Kelly at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.

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