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THE INFLUENCE OF THE DOCTRINE OF CONTAGION UPON THE DEATH-RATE FROM TUBERCULOSIS IN Flick gives a table of the general mortality and the inclusive, together with the estimated population of Philadelphia for each year, and says that if we study the mortality-rates from pulmonary tuberculosis, side by side with the number of deaths from the disease and the population for the thirty years as a whole, we shall see that during the entire period there has been no material decrease in the death-rate from this cause until the last few years (that is, since the doctrine of contagion has been more generallv accepted) and that the decrease becomes more rapid as we approach the present year, the actual decrease lives a year, reckoning from the present population. As a matter of fact I doubt if the young surgeon would fear tuition in public, if such tuition were given honestly and courteously by a man whom he could look up to as a master: details. I immediately slipped my fingers by the side of the head, caught them, and by the use of moderate force easily Case VIII. It must have spread itself rapidly over the epithelial covering of the cervix and vagina to have so long escaped the eye of the treating physician. This symptom develops early in the disease and is the most prominent one until general paralysis manifests itself. The skin, an.l if permitted to nin on it of horsi-s are more susceptible than others. It is often simulated by certain diseases which are accompanied with vio lent convulsions, by cholera, catalepsy, etc.

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