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The Luys Urine Separator; Second Report of Forty-One Cases

BENJAMIN S. BARRINGER
1909 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
food from the first, coma, irregular respirations and action of the heart, frequent bradycardia, and, during the stage of excitement, vasomotor disturbances, there are definite signs of a unilateral focus, as facial paresis, spasm of the extremities, with increase of the reflexes on the opposite side, from which the seat of the lesion may be determined. When the hemorrhage is both above and below the tentorium there are symptoms of both cate-Carmichel: A plea for interference in intracranial
more » ... in intracranial hemorrhage in the newborn.
doi:10.1056/nejm190904221601603 fatcat:stwohmyfhzdf3l4paonawf2ngq