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    46 INTRODUCTION. the management of

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    48 INTRODUCTION. tion, that drains

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    50 CONGESTION OF THE LIVER. FIG. 9.

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    52 CONGESTION OF THE LIVER. liver g

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    54 CONGESTION OF THE LIVER. thus mi

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    CHAPTER II. INFLAMMATORY DISEASES O

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    58 SUPPURATIVE INFLAMMATION OF THE

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    60 SUPPURATIVE INFLAMMATION OF THE

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    98 SUPPURATIVE INFLAMMATION OF THE

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    100 SUPPURATIVE INFLAMMATION OF THE

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    102 VARIOUS FORMS OF in this way. A

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    ( 104 ) SECT. II. Gangrenous inflam

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    106 GANGRENE OF THE LIVER. already

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    108 GANGRENE OF THE LIVER. day afte

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    110 GANGRENE OF THE LIVER. The sour

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    SECT. III. Adhesive inflammation of

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    H4 ADHESIVE INFLAMMATION OF THE LIV

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    138 OTHER KINDS OF INFLAMMATION ast

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    140 OTHER KINDS OF INFLAMMATION, &C

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    142 SUPPURATIVE INFLAMMATION chondr

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    144 SUPPURATIVE INFLAMMATION shiver

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    148 ADHESIVE INFLAMMATION OF BRANCH

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    150 INFLAMMATION OF BRANCHES The ri

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    152 INFLAMMATION OF THE HEPATIC VEI

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    154 INFLAMMATION OF THE 2d. Suppura

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    156 INFLAMMATION OP THE not appear

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    158 INFLAMMATION OF THE up for a ti

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    160 INFLAMMATION OF THE commence in

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    162 INFLAMMATION OF THE It is proba

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    164 INFLAMMATION OF THE continued t

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    166 ULCERATION OF THE GALL-BLADDER.

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    168 CAUSES. deed, the first clear i

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    170 ULCERATIO1V OF THE GALL-BLADDER

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    172 ' ULCERATION OF THE GALL-BLADDE

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    174 ULCERATION OF THE GALL-BLADDER.

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    176 ULCERATION OF THE GALL-BLADDER.

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    178 TJLCERATION OF THE COMMON DUCT.

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    180 ULCERATION OF THE COMMON DUCT.

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    182 CLOSURE OF THE CYSTIC DUCT. sca

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    184 CLOSURE OF THE COMMON DUCT. fro

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    186 CLOSURE OF THE COMMON DUCT. des

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    188 CLOSURE OF THE COMMON DUCT. The

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    190 CLOSURE OF THE COMMON DUCT. pre

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    192 FATTY DEGENERATION The case fur

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    194 INFLAMMATION OF THE GALL-BLADDE

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    196 INFLAMMATION OF THE GALL-BLADDE

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    CHAPTER til. DISEASES WHICH RESULT

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    200 SUPPRESSED SECRETION OF BILE. C

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    202 SUPPRESSED SECRETION OF BILE, A

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    228 FATTY DEGENRATION OF THE LIVER.

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    230 FATTY DEGENERATION OF THE LIVER

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    240 FATTY DEGENERATION OF THE LIVER

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    WAXY LIVER. performed for the futur

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    244 DEFICIENCY OF FAT IN THE LIVER.

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    246 SCROFULOUS ENLARGEMENT OF THE L

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    250 SCROFULOUS ENLARGEMENT OF THE L

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    256 EXCESSIVE SECRETION OF BILE. pa

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    266 UNHEALTHY STATES OF THE BILE. a

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    268 UNHEALTHY STATES OF THE BILE. A

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    270 GALL-STONES. of lime,* derived

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    272 GALL-STONES. found in the bladd

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    274 GALL-STONES. bly, in most cases

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    276 GALL-STONES. of 50, in which th

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    278 GALL-STONES. The youngest perso

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    280 GALL-STONES. gall-bladder, and

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    282 GALL-STONES. till the peritonea

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    284 GALL-STONES. suddenly, two or t

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    286 GALL-STONES. bladder, or of the

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    290 GALL-STONES. In all cases where

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    292 GALL-STONES. These symptoms sho

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    294 GALL-STONES* may be given most

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    296 CANCER OF THE LIVER. Some parti

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    298 CANCER OF THE LIVER. projecting

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    300 CANCER OF THE LIVER. probably,

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    302 CANCER OF THE LIVER. that absce

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    304 CANCER OF THE LIVER. Cruveilhie

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    306 CANCER OF THE LIVER. conveyed o

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    308 CANCER OF THE LIVER. careful ob

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    310 CANCER OF THE LIVER. The strong

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    312 CANCER OF THE LIVER. cancerous

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    316 CANCER OF THE LIVER. teaspoonfu

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    318 CANCER OF THE LIVER. hospital,

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    320 CANCER OF THE LIVER. When these

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    322 KNOTTY TUMOURS OF THE LIVER. gr

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    366 JAUNDICE. matters of bile in co

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    368 JAUNDICE. the urine is collecte

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    376 JAUNDICE. tion may occur from v

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    378 JAUNDICE. the jaundice results

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    JAUNDICE. waters, continued for som

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    382 THE LIVER-FLUKE. the genital po

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    384 THE LIVER-FLUKE, of the small d

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    386 THE LIVER-FLUKE. No one, I beli

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    392 THE LIVER-FLUKE IN MAN. From M.

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