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EXHAUSTION, dyspepsia from .. 111
FERMENTATION, dyspepsia from 192
105 FIBROID degeneration .. .. .. 211
: :.. .. .. .. .. 31, 32
FOLLICULAR ulceration .. .. .. 146
FRASER, Dr. .. .. ..
CANCER of stomach .. .. .. .. 243
thetic connection .. .. .. .. 27
fection of ... .. .. .. .
HÆMATEMESIS .. .. .. .. .
membrane.. en .. .. .. .. 133
sympathy with stomach 33
fermentative .... . 192
---, ulceration from .. 217
DAVIES, Dr. H. .. ..
tivity .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15
PYLORUS, fibroid disease of .. .. 211
from .. .. .. .. .. .. 19, 169 | QUANTITY of food .. .. .. 16, 17
REGURGITATIVE disease .. .. .. 186
- , sympathy with stomach. 35 | Soda, hyposulphite, absorbed by
SNUFF, injury from .. .. .. .. 117
-, distension of .. .. ..
-, ulceration of .. .. .. 217
- use of .. .. .. .. SYMPATHETIC ganglia .. .. .. 19
- dyspepsia .... 178
- with lungs
— with liver 35
— with supra-
— with urino-
with skin 37
TASTE, sense of, disordered ....
-, action on milk .. .. ..
— of stomach.. .. ..
URINE, state of .. .. .. .. .. 83
of .. .. .. .. ..
.. .. . 36
tion .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 7
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