THE DIPLOMA INDUSTRY IN GERMANY: chewable. Examination of the blood, the rapid and pronounced increase in size of the spleen, which does not occur in yellow fever, the periods of ai)yrexia and the relapses, and the low death rate will enable us to differentiate relajjsing fever from yellow fever. Having stated the process clearly, let us see what can be said in its favor.
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It may, therefore, be spoken of as a symptomatic fever. Presented a cyst, about as ashwagandha large as an orange, removed entire from the integument on the side of a woman's bead, that afternoon.
If there lias been but one paroxysm we may readily determine wlietlier death has taken place during the crisis or in the apyrexial period, provided the latter lasted more than five days.
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