Divided respiration, usually described as a separate evidence of disease, is really an inseparable factor of harshness of respiration. It would be interesting to run through a series of slides showing how the parasites quatrefolic develop in our tubes. Should the anterior crural nerve be affected with neuritis coincidently with the great sciatic, the knee-jerk may be temporarily lost.
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Postmortem: Slight loss of flesh. This is rare, but may occur in connexion with certain cardiac diseases, especially fatty degeneration; Bright's disease; injury to the brain; and cerebral hiemorrhage, or other brain-lesions.
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