North, Elisha : Treatise on a Malignant Epidemic, commonly called Spotted Fever,
skeleton of the famous race horse EcUpse, and is considered
sore throats are common, the tonsils often becoming permanently
[Crepitant rhonchus] is very seldom present in advanced life. In
from the previous day is then poured out. It is such retention of
such, and also as rennet. But water constitutes the chief bulk of
most disagreeable sensations and soreness about the epigastrium. In
a cardiac examination in similar cases, and the maintenance of a
Lunatic Asylum, have more recently confirmed some of these ob-
remarkable influence — so much so that mental emotion, favoring
In the wearying uneasiness at the pit of the stomach (anxiete epigas-
would perhaps be warrantable in the case of a person otherwise
on the Diseases of Tropical Climates, that of all conditions incident
times more frequently sufferers than boys. Dr. Todd's experience
been described. Though the amorphous j r ellow, cheesy substance, into
ters, brought by the splenic vein, contributes to hyperemia of the
pathic fevers, and other acute disorders. Its nature is different from that
pectedly seized with a pain, which attains its greatest height on
But, to confirm this view, it ought to be shown that the dilated
but as soon as deglutition becomes imperfect, death is rapid.
ness was marked,»but where there was loud bronchial breathing. More
2. In the second, the asthenic, or chronic form of beriberi, the
he dies delirious or comatose. Retention of urine generally per-
The distinguishing characters of meningeal from cerebral diseases
panies such cases, and the fact that they yield to those remedies
all the remedies for epilepsy, and from its use not only obtained allevia-
strength ; dysentery, diarrhoea, and cholera, by 58 per 1000 ; eruptive
symptom varies much according to the period at which it is met
mind us how our British soldiers perished on the low, dry-looking,
applications is the most efficient (Hebra, Anderson). The more