vated by lying on the right side, apparently from the greater weight
suddenly, showing paralysis to have been the starting-point. The voice
quite frequently the animal will bloat; constipation; in three
extravagant delusions respecting their homes. This mental ex-
cumbed untimely to the tubercle bacillus. potent by far of death-dealing agencies.
ance of fatigue and mental excitement, the maintenance of temper-
28. In this fa'tus the ileo-colic artery is seen lying in a fold of
In the 64 post-mortem examinations recorded by Griesinger, the kidneys
Aortic obstruction or contraction enlarges relatively all other
daj^s, and is no doubt due to retention of water in the febrile body.
it was withheld altogether when the patient was weak, or the dis-
or of any other part of the bod}', being produced in the human species by
gether, the ?nass is to be formed into a conical shape, and being dipped
Dr. Gregory used to mention, in his lectures, the case of an officer
tonsil bursts, or till resolution is complete. The degree of prostra-
"Weakened digestion from over-fatigue may be often restored
and of irregularly shaped and apparently shrivelled or wasted cells, filled
The enemata should be as small as possible, from two to six ounces
termed the " pulse of unfilled arteries." In well-marked examples
sanity are to be controlled and ultimately effaced.
good for a time, and then has appeared to cease ; and in a fifth, and yet
'Group I. — Simple Inflammations (allied to Simple Dermatitis).
of the liver ; and it is always hollowed out, though to a less degree
cancer-mass now described, namely, the stroma and the cellular