1said to have cured it. Opiates are unquestionably serviceable in
4tional, and stethoscopic signs of this remarkable affection :
6and livid — the respirations quicker, the febrile reaction greater, and the
7not only flattened but softened. Thus various processes immedi-
8and when greatly debilitated, some mild tonic treatment may be
9ruined minds — we read recorded the sad, melancholy, and lamentable
11brain is occasionally softened. The spinal membranes are affected in like
12which ought to follow the second sound. It differs from constric-
13circumscribed, and it is found in the different states of gangrenous
14Pathological Relations. — Sulphuric acid originates in the urine
16succeed to lesion of the brain renders it apparent that the condi-
17as it does *^ery closely the symptom-complex of duodenal ulcer as
18garrison suffered no similar visitation till 1828. The physical
19scribed by him. This was an error : for all subsequent observa-
21for instance, consist of two stories, or of a ground floor and of a
22proper word, so that they call that which is cold, hot ; or speak of
23in the mountainous districts of all countries. Again, in whatever
25in persons who come from the country to a salubriously situated
26could not but lie harmful. His (Dr Thomson's) experience,
27the use of ordinary bread, Dr. Camplin devised a form of bread pre-
28cardial murmur ; and the persistence of such murmur assuredly
29In the later stages there are always cysts, both in the cortex and cones,
30extends below as far as the twelfth rib, corresponding to the trans-
31whether a supjx)sed ciuse of a disease was the true one or not. It