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Then in large cities, even among medical teachers, I have been astonished to hear them say that"aconitine is a rank poison and under no conditions wrould they use internally so dangerous a medicine." This assertion simply shows that these men have had no personal experience with aconitine, and that they are quoting some one else who has never used this alkaloid. Analysis substantiates our claim regarding English Extracts. This very convenient little book, adapted to be caried in the pocket, gives, in the briefest and neatest arrangement, the best forms for preserving the records of cases. See that there is a thorough purging, by which large quantities of faeces are removed from the bowels, else there has been only a partial operation, and hardened matter still obstructs the passages. In corresponding with Advertisers please mention the MEDICAL AND SURGICAL REPORTER. Beds will be provided in the University Hospital for the care of patients who will be available for the teaching of students from both schools ( - the fluid cannot spill or run between the cells, and there is no danger of breaking, as with glass cells. Subconjunctival haemorrhage was present in the lids of both eyes and in the bulb of one eye.

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