seventh aud eighth, or the eighth and ninth, or the ninth and tenth

the careful attention of the physician, and in nothing more so than

bined researches of morbid anatomy and progressive knowledge in

special characters of the sputa ought in every case to be closely

may be, it is limited to inspiration, and may be heard during the whole

communicated to the percussing fringes is another point of great

patient being, as he imagines, in excellent health, is suddenly seized

ated for many weeks before physical signs become decided (Davy,

there is some evidence to show that toxic absorption from the colon

fessional education is demanded of the student of medicine who

and consist principally of pain, of dysphagia, of the expectoration of

and sometimes medicated with opium, friction w T ith camphorated

toms. Such a case has been described by Dr. Thorburn {Brit. Bled.

pain pretty frequently extends a little farther up along the verte-

occurring from apnoea. (2.) In the circumscribed form of gangrene

tissue, and wasting of the muscles. Though the appetite is good, and

Causes: Retention and decomposition of urine; irritation

cavity of the peritoneum, before death took place. In such cases

cultation, disease might be detected. He not only accurately de-

increased disproportionately to the thickness of their w^alls. It

of the liver, which in the centre of the thorax ascends as high as