fore. (4.) Deduct the number of c. c. used after the baryta from
its mucous surface, dragged to one side and curved upon itself, as
venous hue, on subsiding, leaves a grayish or slate-colored tint,
voluntary muscles is not uncommon ; cardiac palpitations, and gastric,
diseases, and of the literature of the Science of Medicine, have some-
also, as far as external or cutaneous epithelioma is concerned, is slow to
tain the greatest quantity of gray substance, and the greatest
by Dr. Colin, Waldenburg, after inoculating animals with matters blued with aniline,
erally show themselves on the night previous to the attack, or
pectoration. The symptoms, however, are generally in proportion to the
Symptoms of Tuberculosis of the Lungs, or of Phthisis, .... 771
1. Duodenal ulcer is a malady of frequent occurrence and one
markably to the age of growth and the age of decay. The first Medical
of an inch, and fibrous bands have occasionally been seen to extend from
every department of the zoological series. In man he examined
of their children, and will learn from it how to direct the manage-
space. Under the influence of this pandemic wave he believes that
ceived with qualifications. The observations of Dr. John Grairdner
Treatment of pneumonia has been, and seems with some still to
a fortnight. The patient,- though recovered, is liable to relapse,
and very uniformly. The respirations averaged 38 in the minute
seldom falls below 20 ounces, but may be lessened to 8 or 10 ounces in
equal frequency. Dr. Reynolds has observed the cataleptic state
country by Bright and Graves, and more recently and minutely
following subdivisions : (a.) Granular kidney — Syn., contracted
of expectoration of arterial, but more often of venous blood. Laennec
falls suddenly, the arteries are insufficiently filled, and the pulse is
thought very lightly of ; because, in the first instance, they are so
donna extract, one grain ; or both combined. These being mixed to-
tion of the practitioner. There is always some danger in its use, of
cases this ossification extends, so that the walls of the auricles, of
of the nerve-substance which results from a disease-process may do
for nearly twenty years an efficient organisation has been at work.
mucosa through the blood or only indirectly through damage to the