sive ; (c) there is comparative immunity from attack between 25 and 35,
To improve the nutrition of the spinal cord ; 3d. To prevent the ill
causes obstruction of the larger bile-ducts — events of rare occur-
Causes. — Inflammation of the peritoneum often manifests itself
The number of respirations performed in a given time is greatly
first so strenuously and ably advocated by Sir James Clark, that
ing at intervals — phenomena which are characteristic of the disease.
chanicsburg was visited by it, and in November, Marshall, 111., and
Garrod's experience is that, in this latter class of cases, they rather tend
even after it is involved in the substance of the morbid nodule. This I
There can be little doubt as to how this membrane arose.
and influence pulmonary congestion on the other, none are so det-
disorder follows catarrhal congestion ; hoarseness and cough disappear,
valvular disease, producing hypertrophy of the left ventricle and
green color, having a faint unpleasant odor ; at another time the
The laws of climate show that each race of mankind has its pre-
tew applications of Friar's Balsam, will generally effect a curc^
administration of veratrum viride. The dose of the tincture is from
by Dr. Fuller, in which there were six clots, each of a different date,
draught containing full doses of cinchona, with five grains of carbonate