Feeling the wall on to his back he will straighten up and try to be as tall as possible. And drug bedad! he's a gintleman born! II. Treatment: the limb was placed in Hodgen's splint, the water dressing applied to the wounds of both the thigh and the the head, and porter with a generous diet allowed. If his description be not sufiieientiy complete to enable effects us to obtain an unmistakable understanding of the case, he is requested to answer a list of important questions which are sent him. The temperature was subnormal, the fda pulse was thready, and the little pa NICOLL AND RAMMOL: CLINICAL NOTES. The photographs with show the patient as he appeared before and after the operation.
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