has maintained the same view regarding the pathology of this dis-, all remedies fail, gastrotomy may be thought of, and its chances of, older — most of them over forty and many over forty-five — than, a diagnostic help will be appreciated. The diagnosis between, (5.) Pemphigus (benign, persistent, and foliaceous)., VI. Colic is a painful affection of the lower portions of the ab-, membrane has its normal moist condition altered to a very dry, Pathology. — The amount expectorated may be small — mere specks, the body was lifted up and placed so far back as to form an obtuse, The danger may not be at first appreciated, because the obstruction, He has shown that improvement in cases of pulmonary phthisis, his misery, his mind sympathizes with his body. " For every par-, ing from disease in the tissue of the lung, as contrasted with the, cord ; while the upper rootlets (forming the internal branch) have, cloths wrung out of hot water to the spine. In a plethoric, at the site of irritation. This constriction continues for some time,, ration, and succussion-sound in a more or less well-marked degree., uring instrument is simply a little piece of boxwood, of about one inch, the digestive system, particularly hepatitis, tubercular diseases, and, If the quantity thrown up be inconsiderable, the patient's pre-