into a hollow space ; inspiration is of slow production, of low pitch, and

dences of cured or existing phthisis (Roger). Out of 852 cases of

Make into ten powders and give one three times a day. If

and in London. The British forces in Ireland suffered much in propor-

[See an excellent article on "Acute Atrophy of the Liver, illustrated

Although direct evidence of the existence of tuberculosis trace-

with much accuracy a portion of the liver or spleen. In this state

are no more powerful medicines than " Occupation," " Recreation,"

of the large pastern and not involving the joint it is called an

death ensues, several organs, tissues, or apparatus, not necessarily

ulant, alcoholic, or terebinthine drinks, the use of cantharides, or

presence of fluid on which I place most reliance are displacement

should be small ; and so, likewise, the quantity drawn ought to be

when the bloodvessels are extremely atheromatous. In that specific

seen to form a sixth, a fourth, or even a half or more of the num-

patient has recovered it should be light, and perhaps limited to fish,

Do these gummata ever form independently of other tertiary evi-

very much like that produced by the stinging of a nettle. There

3. This same form occurs in a great variety of morbid states,

consequently the patient's restoration to society should be gradual.

sugar varies little when the system is in a normal condition, very

nery, directing the mind to the most terrible rather than to the

It is very important to know, in a practical point of view, that

difficult. It is rather b}* induction, a careful study of the general symp-

white leucorrhceal-like secretion (corpuscular elements of inflamma-