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It penetrates to every nerve and fibre of society, stirring into irresistibility its undermost currents, and spiriting into life and activity the obscurist dweller of the valley.
Because of the commonly held belief that the source of dizziness during the Dix-Hallpike maneuver is almost always the undermost ear, this patient's left ear was subjected to the aminoglycoside perfusions.
He said he tried to get the man into bed, but once there he got him undermost.