3 edition of A practical treatise on nasal catarrh and allied diseases. found in the catalog.
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New Negroes from Africa : Slave Trade Abolition and Free African Settlement in the Nineteenth-Century Caribbean.
BANK HOLDING COMPANY STUDY, 1997... A DIRECTORY OF SMALLBUSINESS LENDING REP. BY COML. BANKS IN JUNE 1997... SBA OFF. OFADVOCACY...U.
These are remarkable not merely for their variety but for their occurrence in such variety both simultaneously and successively, and for their rapid change from one type to another.
From the eighth to the twelfth day, the transformation of these lesions into pustules is effected, the process beginning, as in all the metamorphoses of the disease, in the vesicles of greatest age ; those, namely, on the face and upper portions of the body. Bromine, 372, Chromic Acid, 815, Nitric Acid, 119, and Acid Nitrate of Mercury, 293, efficient escharotics for the destruction of.
In bluish-black crystalline scales, having a metallic luster; very slightly soluble in water 1. A mixture of equal parts by weight of dry gold chloride and sodium. Its recognition is a matter of special importance to the diagnostician, as many have been deceived respecting its nature and significance.
When thus transmitted, it will be remembered that the vaccine lesion may complete its career during the incubative period of the initial sclerosis, whose existence at the site of vaccination is commonly declared later by induration, ulceration, pigmentation, and axillary adenopathy. Upon the limbs it is often developed in punctate form, while the occurrence of a diffuse scarlet blush is most distinctly perceived by the eye in the examination of the trunk. This final stage of the disease is usually terminated in a fortnight from the date of invasion.
The odor is peculiar, very powerful and diffusible, and the taste.
The oleo-resin of Copaiba Langsdorfii Des-fontaines, and of other species of Gopaifera Nat. Rotheln is a specific, feebly contagious, febrile disorder, often epidemic, accom- panied by a characteristic exanthem. The French word massage is equivalent to the term shampooing.
In the diseases of the stomach. Evanida, or Perstans, where there is respec- tively a rapid or slow process of involution in the character- istic symptoms. Though more frequently acute in course, they may recur frequently from apparently insignificant causes, or even become chronic. The career of those within the mouth can be usually studied by observation with the eye. A colorless, inodorous, sirupy liquid, of a sweet taste, and having the specific gravity of 1 25.
— Much has been written with reference to the improper care of the skin as a cause of comedo, the neglect of soap in washing the face, and the influence of the trades, as in the case of those who work in metals, dust, and tar.
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Iron-spray a weak solution of the liquor ferri subsul-phatis 3 j oz viij is very serviceable as an astringent in obstinate cases of epistaxis.