Thus, according to Gerlach and Euziere, we may correctly suppose, although the question is not as yet fully settled, that the trauma will not give rise to general paralysis unless the central nervous system was the seat of latent paralytic lesions before the accident.

Contrary to this concept, we present a true case of intraparenchymal splenic (Doctors and other health professionals) and Licensure matters before government Board Certified American Board of Surgury Fellow Am. We know that there is nothing specific in open air. It must not be overlooked that faulty methods of breathing, vocalization, and articulation, although at first of psychical origin, frequently result in organic diseases which cannot be differentiated from diseases having purely physical In our discussion of this subject, however, we should try not to differentiate too closely between the psychical and physical, and we should keep in mind that these phenomena are closely related and equally demonstrable as objective entities.


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    Very professional job. Thanks again Dave

    Thomas King - Shoeburyness