tion in the neighborhood of the affected joint of one of the salts of morphia ;
of the heart's cavities must be ascertained. The action of the heart
p. 367). Those trades which require a stooping posture — as tailors,
sionally, as in this instance, is effused into the ventricles, so that
food in the stomach, might not some principle be obtained from the
this manner in simple cardiac hypertrophy, along with proper means to
must have been impressed with its beauty. Many of them were
tend to produce uric acid, and favoring the formation of urea and car-
and clavicle thicken from periostitis, and produce dulness under
ease. In 34 cases where the age is given, there were : from 5 to 20 years,
extends till perforation occurs and the pus finds an outlet. The pus
a long continuous service in our colonies, or of shortening that service,
third hours after dinner. The phenomena, however, is not con-
If the eczematous patients are robust and plethoric, the local
pletely hepatized. I have not been able to satisfy myself rigorously on
or iodine, the local appearances are aggravated ; the irritation is greater,
ration and a history of tuberculosis will indicate the real nature of the
of sugar corresponding to two-fifths of the entire meat food, or three-
the heart on the other, or with incipient 'pulmonary tuberculosis, or
near the lesser curvature, and usually nearer the pyloric than the
greater importance may be attached to some of these than to others
three days the dressing is to be removed, when the capsule of the
not only is of frequent occurrence, but can usually be diagnosed
Palpitation. — When palpitation occurs, its severity ought to be
tism, by 64 ; dysentery, diarrhoea, and cholera, by 24 ; continued fever,
General bleeding has had. its advocates in all countries and in every epi-
ribs. The remains of the thymus gland, with areolar tissue and