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Gregory detected the odor of methylamine in some of tlie prodiTcts of the sputa.
Three days afterwards, the patient felt a tumour come out of the vagina, as cheap big as the head of a full-grown foetus, and from this time she liad frequently hsemonTiages and leucorrhceas alternately. Women as Practitioners of Medicine.
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