of action, and some change in the sounds of the heart. There is

of parts has been termed eccentric hypertrophy ; and admitting the

dimentary state. Forster has traced the colloid metamorphosis in cells,

greater than the best directed efforts of the medical profession can

greatly stimulated and increased by irritation of every kind, so

1, 1866). Dr. J. Hughes Bennett during the period of febrile excitement

devised by the late Dr. Easton, Professor of Materia Medica in the

tions sometimes occur in the veins (Evezard), it is not improbable

ment in epilepsy mainly consist in local derivation, or counter-irri-

pabulum or fuel for the combustion process, being usually eliminated

nothing remains but a heap of granules. These accumulating in

lesions ; but the remission ceases with renewal and extension of the

has asserted that he feels both, let him see that one only has been used.

the nose. Put a mouth speculum in the mouth, insert the

loss amount of water passed. (See under "Lardaceous Degenera-

lungs may meet each other almost at the top of the sternum ; may

tubercle, no less than 65, or an absolute majority of the whole number,

state of marasmus simulating phthisis. His pulse is generally nat-

its life, seen not only in the change of its physical properties, in the non-

lameness ceases, although the disease continues unabated.

to be so transmitted ; and yet the tendency may appear in the

usually formed into sputa, but in a few cases it is thrown up in

as soldiers, tailors, shoemakers, and the like; who, working at

views expressed by Drs. R. B. Todd and Carpenter, which are now

and not constant. This is a rare form of pulmonary tuberculosis, and

gerous) may result; or tlie horse may die from pain and

exudation of a bony deposit thrown out, causing an enlarge-