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Every facility for treatment provided, including recreational activities and occupational-therapy under trained personnel. The fate and.significance of the multinuclear forms have been cimsidcred by manj' authors and have been generalh' regarded as attempts"at regeneration. Upton of Vicens of Ponce, P.R., is active "" in practice and politics.

JOURNAL OF NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASE. Moustaches or excessive growth of rather coarse hairs are at times seen in the upper lip of horses, especially those with Irish and Breton blood, from Vermont and Canada, Hackneys, etc. Because these meetings were held on the nights the doctors had their district meetings, attendance was extremely good. Which Uows the surface water of certain small circumscribed geographical areas, the great oceans may be said to receive the combined drainage of all the continents of the globe. The outer surface of this bone is.smooth; its inner surface presents a longitudinal groove for the nasal nerve.

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