clinical features are those of chronic tuberculosis, in others
ipulation, and the various methods of determining and oi
from the centre of the colony, and to produce over the invaded
i hand vertically, in the middle line of the abdomen, by which
The blood was repeatedly examined, and the parasites were absent. Then it
and sometimes paralysis of oculo-motor muscles, temporary or
grounded reasons for associating not a few cases of these and
irregular in shape and many of them devoid of hsemoglobin.
proportionately larger than the arteries. The disc is sharp
in the sputum are distinctive, but in the early .staj;e.
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