alterations of structure, the dropsy may disappear with the cure
it as differing from pulmonary consumption in its origin, progress, and
thalami, or the pons Varolii, the result is rapid death ; and generally
and after the latter dusting the reddened skin of the epigastrium with
mucous membrane seems studded with granulations, probably due
lungs, and especially towards those surfaces most directly under
20 c. c.) in a beaker, and gently warm it, and bring it under the burette
between 98° and 100° Fahr. The applications should be continued
conditions included in the term intestinal stasis ; he thought it
applied to the surface below the clavicles in the female, and below
effused fluid. When the effusion is more considerable, the respira-
cians are now at one as to the propriety of preserving the general
with a higher pitch of the percussion-note and slightly increased resist-
marked at one period than at another. perfect intermissions.
secreted products; the epithelial cells undergo various arrests or
ing difficulty of breathing — in two amounting to stertor — and by
first attack may leave no trace behind, though slight stiffness and a crack-
move, but lies with outstretched limbs as quietly as possible, for
in some, peculiar growths, as in cancers; in some, or indeed in
side the space between tjae lower border of the lung and the false
of the skin, has been divided into the yellow, the green, and the
the nerves of sensation. Such various forms of palsy, or paralysis, are
formic acids, were detected (Neio Syden. Society Year-Book^ 1860, p.
cure, while mercuiy has been found for the most part, not only not
of the infusion of digitalis, and tenor fifteen minims of antimonial wine.
fluid blood, and much sanguineous effusion between the dura mater
In this part of its course it is still within the pericardial sac, and
cases of intussusception in which portions of bowel are reported
Section II. — Diseases of the Hollow Yiscera of the Abdomen.