Various opinions are entertained as to whether or not tubercle-
by the swollen state of the bursas and parts external to a joint,
natural structure of the nerve-matter, such as inflammation, atro-
with health is undetermined ; but it may be stated generally, that
of it ; or, if unable to rise, he ought to be brought so that the af-
large quantities of albumen pass off in the urine, and the spleen
vigorous action, and the supra-sternal, mastoid, scalenal, and infra-
the largest tents, and in the smaller ones it reached 127° Fahr.
the exception of the slightness of implication of the orbicularis pal-
flat glass dish (not watch-glasses), about three inches in diameter,
first instance, as a growth from the elements of the surrounding
unfrequently very fetid ; and in some instances large quantities of
or less displaced. . . . A uscultation furnishes different results, according