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Still, I confess to surprise at the interest that has been evoked, and have been almost startled at the really large number of isolated facts, bearing on the subjects discussed, that have been brought to ones notice. Thus Dr. Spilsbury, who tells me that he has not always found the coeliac axis degenerate when there has been pretty widespread arterio-sclerosis, says that nevertheless in such cases...

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