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or attempt to overcome bronchial irritation and inflammation by outraging the stomach with nauseous expectorants or "Knock down" narcotics? Oil taken into the stomach, reflexly stimulates bronchial secretion, relieves congestion, soothes cough, does not disturb digestion, nor mask other symptoms.
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In spite of the use of arrhenic compounds authorities advise the "follow up" treatment with mercury and often iodide in luetic conditions.
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Continuing the Medical Fortnightly and Laboratory News
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and Electro - Therapist
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An Independent Alonthly Magazine
JANUARY 15, 1920
states. He confirms the opinion that goitre is
more common in Washington and Oregon than
in the neighboring states. He shows, too, that
this type of goitre enters only casually into the
matter of neurocirculatory asthenia. On the
Med., 1919:24:247) show that a large majority
of the recruits suffering from NCA respond to
1. The Cause of Thyroid Dysfunction-For function. Hence a distinction must be made be-
makes it necessary to revise our nomenclature
the debilitation resulting from disease. This
The sequence of events in these cases was
somewhat as follows: The patient entered the
and 90 to 100 systolic. The heart action was not
clear and sharp. That is, one heard systolic
murmurs at the second and third left interspace.
The blood and urine were usually negative. The
breath sounds were usually harsh, and there was
frequently the evidence of enlargement of the
The pulse showed a constant tendency to tachy-
sweating was marked; and frequent rises in tem-
perature were noted.