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2optic nerve it has advanced as far as the corpora genicuiaia, and
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5by coma" to be the "natural termination" of Bright's disease, or
6be examined carefully and repeatedly, and the conditions which
7special influence upon the affected muscles, and enable the patient to
8attack, was in a weakened state — if a tendency to eollapse or to a
9local 'pulsation along the course of the aorta or under the sternum, as-
10spleen, and, to some extent also, the left lobe of the liver.
11consolidation. To emit this unequivocal dull sound of hepatization
12in the phlebitis of pyaemia. The impulsion or projection onwards
13calomel has been suspended ; and with them may be given two
14is viscid, contains lymph, and the organizable elements characteris-
15the upper portion being of a pale drab color, while the bile in the
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17abscess to have burst into the bronchial tubes, the pus of course
18up the vacuum which the expansion of the chest occasions. When
19minutes, when a strong expiration takes place ; a fit of crying suc-
20lines are drawn ought to be at once fixed points and obvious to the
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25The heart partakes of the general debility. It is flabby, and the
26ing for about two weeks. Then, if no progress be noticeable,
27Oil according to directions, or the tollowing blisti'r :
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29Delirium not infrequently occurs ; it ma} 7 be mere wandering, or violent,
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33mission she gave no signs of cephalic disease ; nor was any direct
34It covers the left and a small portion of the right innominate
35a glossy tumefaction of the parts ; and on the inside of the cheek a
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39from the fingers or toes upwards towards the trunk ; others feel as
40intermitting: the urine also is extremely scanty. As long as the
41and supply the orbicular muscle. Some filaments are distributed to both the upper
42may be prevented from coming in contact with the parietes of the
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46thinks, the attention of medical officers of the army. A tuberculotic
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