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A CASE OF ACUTE FETID EMPYEMA TRK ATED By WILLIAM RUSSELL, M.B., Edinburgh, Honorary Physician to the Carlisle solutions Dispensary.
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Gradu:ites and Fellows rosacea of the Colleges are requested to attend in academical costume, but practitioners not wearing robes are equally welcome. In a few hours after the eye second or third chill of the sthenic variety, the patient passes the first pathognomonic dark brownish-red urine and then the yellow coloring of the conjunctiva and skin begins. Acephalous molluscs having no respiratory siphon; lobes revive of the mantle free; pallial line simple.
Anaesthesia occurs imn)ediately where the eyecon division is complete, and at a later period in partial division.