and would be pleased to hear from any reader who can furnish further and better information. Moreover, we would
greatly thinned, whilst there is much alteration in color and texture. The
relates a case of inflammation affecting one half the tongue, the
[In the first form of sunstroke, that in which the affected person is
It is often impossible at first sight to state positively, from the
affections of the liver (Prager Vierteljahrschrift, 1850) ; they have since
cerebrum, cerebellum, sensori-motor ganglia, and spinal cord.
Diagnosis — The diagnosis of a degenerate heart is by no means
into which abscesses of the liver discharge themselves.
active and vigorous condition of exercise and of health.
disease of the latter, producing an actual change in the urine. Af-
It is necessary to bear in view that crude morbid appearances
and infra-axillary regions become more or less bulging ; the projec-
cretions afterwards harden, and form what, from their color and
proximal colon : (i) the genito-mesenteric and the parieto-colic folds
dilatation with or without attenuation of the walls of the cavities.
Should the ascites arise from simple inflammation of the peri-
symptoms in 11, were those of slight catarrh, and did not attract especial
jured, as in compound fracture, or in the surgical procedures of
There is abundant circumstantial evidence to show that malig-
hair sieve, and the strained fluid left to rest till a white sediment subsides. The
The following is the course described by Bernard as that taken
veloped stages is regular and of low tension ; is easily depressed and
Under the same circumstances, erysipelas, hospital gangrene, and slough-