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Page 70 - ... diminished rate, the dose has been insufficient. When the dose has been the minimum to produce paralysis in one hour, we shall find the following typical condition : the apex of the ventricle is paralyzed but at the base (region of the auriculo-ventricular system) there is occasionally a very faint wave of contraction, indicated only by a color wave which is noticed quite commonly to have its origin at the left base of the ventricle, passing thence across the ventricle, while the auricles are...