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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
DISEASES OF THE EAR.
1. Inflammation of the Ear-Olitis.
DISEASES OF THE ORGANS OF REPRODUCTION.
1. Retention of the Menses-Amenorrhoa.
2. Suppression of the Menses-Amenorrhoea Suppressiones.
3. Difficult Menstruation-Dysmenorrhoea.
.4. Whites- Leucorrhea or Flour Albus.
5. Falling of the Womb-Prolapsus Uteri.
THATHI HAVE NOT REFERRED TO ANY PARTICULAR CLASS.
4. Ulcer- Ulcus.
5. Worms- Vermes.
6. Scalds and Burns-Viulmus ex Ustione Factum.
9. Milk Fever-Febris Lactcc.
10. Excoriated Nipples-Papillac Excoriatcc.
OPERATIVE SURGERY, ETC.
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