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Caldwell has several service-related injuries and other disabilities, his attorney said, including injuries to his shoulders, degenerative lumbar disc disease and chronic knee pain.
The star of the feature-length Climbing Blind, Jesse Dufton, leads the trad route—but with the additional challenge of not being able to see it, as he was born with a degenerative eye disease that’s left him basically only able to perceive light.
Any epithelial cell may be so granular from degenerative changes that the nucleus is obscured.
As with the grown woman, so with the child, the degenerative form of hysteria makes those subject to it untrustworthy witnesses.
What influences of a degenerative nature are likely to affect them?
EMBRYOLOGYGERALD R. LEIGHTON
But, as will presently be shown, a change of direction cannot take place at every stage of the degenerative process.
The condition, moreover, has a tendency to set into action degenerative tendencies latent in the liver and kidneys.
DEGENERACYEUGENE S. TALBOT
That the patient can be classed as one having a degenerative soil is not at all certain in this case.
As far as can be ascertained the author does not endeavor to subdivide his degenerative states into so many types and forms.
As this paper is not primarily a discussion of the degenerative psychoses, I will refrain from reporting further cases.

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