1ing a little nutmeg and ginger, or any other spice that may be agreeable.
2from Mr. Batchley, of 362 Oxford Street, London, near the Pan-
3have not been guilty of a similar mistake. In six cases of young
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5dementia, and complete dementia. 3. Dementia is the only form of in-
6suspended. In men the reproductive instinct is- in' abeyance" (Tjjkb,
7traction), particularly of the neck and back. While consciousness
8ances which denote the occurrence of lesions in crops, or as a succes-
9He found in the hours immediately succeeding the fit that a re-
10cause indigestion and colic; sometimes they almost stop up
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12of this form of inflammation the exudation forms an integral part
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14Motorial Phenomena associated with Hemorrhage into the Ventricles,
15in 6 ; Vienna, 1856, 1 in 4. With antimony and. bleeding, Grisolle
16feeble ; as we proceed downwards, and as the disease progresses, the dis-
175.89 grains when no quinine was given, and 5.37 grains when eighteen
18lungs, their resemblance to millet-seeds has sometimes procured
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20ascribed by Mead to a morbid state of the liver and bile ; but sub-
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23toms of serous pneumonia, however, are the most marked ; the un-
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25paralysis. Even when the loss of voluntary power is total, the cords
26of adults." If it was entirely a congenital condition, why did it
27Symptoms : — It is usually noticed in horses of lymphatic
28and respiration, speedily followed by dulness on percussion and
29est tension is of much value, and, with the corresponding line of
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