lutely necessary to have the means of weighing men, and so to
[Out of 305 cases observed by Grisolle not one ended in gangrene ; of
ment originally made by Dr. Bennett, namely, that " it rapidly
the walls of the ventricles, with dilatation of their cavity. Em-
rence, but it is extremely rare ; and Laennec, when he published
think, we come back to Bowditch's plan as the best. " When, on
shown by Dr. Gr. T. Stewart, from whose elegant description of
symptoms lasted for nine days, and disappeared, to reappear at delivery,
them as little resisting bodies set in the lung (Paget). "When ex-
Exo- or peri-pulmonary sounds happen in disease of the investing mem-
which is definite, and not vague and general, and from the inquiries he
found that large vessels remained pervious which crossed a tuber-
These are the main points to be inquired into and provided for in
ancient as well as the new "continues" of almost all the provinces
bility in them to empty themselves, whether owing to weakness of
locate the bones ; and yet, if the patient be kept quiet, he suffers
mammary regions, the inspiratory murmur is appreciable, but less in-
our methods of investigation, we find, as has been remarked by Dr. S.
Treatment: —The disease is seldom noticed until scabs are
easily distinguishable from the blowing intermittent arterial mur-
.affections peculiar to the cutis ; for, although blood may be effused
laPhthisie Pulmonaire. Paris, 18G7. Lebert : Gazette Medicale, 1867. A.Clarke:
ble series of meteorological tables, is the classic source of reference ;
or symptoms is not now believed in, and among the most charac-
severity of the disease, is the treatment in some cases to be adopted.
days and seven-tenths ; and Dr. Maclachlan agrees with them in con-
country milk were taken and that the results of the examination
iu death by asphyxia — namely, excessive engorgement of the lungs,
tilage. The edge of the left ventricle reaches the nipple on the left
fence of a constant difference in the pulse-form of the two radial
states associated with what are called dyspeptic symptoms, or " im-