the entire absorption of the regiment in nine years and seven

attention to the proper apportioning of nutritive and respiratory

the enormous proportion of forty-five or fifty to five and even three,

given in the twenty-four hours. An adult took to the extent of

ference, the mental faculties are affected last — e. g., tumors in the

fect as though the disease was exposed to sight. ^Nevertheless,

an irregular form, opaque, yellowish, and somewhat firm. This

One must also be chary of accepting the view tliat stasis in the

the administration of alkaline remedies, are indicated by the con-

sprinkled with little white sharply defined specks, like bits of bran. They

consecutive aux Maladies aigues, par le Dr. Thore, fils. Ann. Medico-Psyc, Paris,

ency remains to a fistulous opening or to phthisis. If the fluid at

same kind of remedy — namely, opium, which is to be given continu-

legitimate resujts of a catarrh, and if once it occurs is liable to oc-

tutional disease its specific curative agent — an antidote for each

excitability, flutterings about the heart and palpitations, beatings in the

Meryon). vVhen there is no great pressure beyond that which

gans which require special notice here ; and in order to obtain

impaired vision, with a vacant countenance, dilated and sluggish

R. Hyd. Bichloridi, gr. iv — v; Ungt. Iodinii Co., 5i y — 3^1 5 Adipis,

trustworthy results can ever be obtained. Such results have not

not infrequent. Soon after digestion is over, or large quantities of flatus

dislocation of the Patella, or what is more commonly called

found correct) again change the views now generally entertained.

New York Academy of Medicine, vol. ii, Nos. 34, 35, 36 ; 1866), a careful and skilled

given specimen of blood is full of white blood-discs, or of pus-cor-

tend to these results, and are independent of valve disease — namely,

will promote expectoration of the secretion which accumulates in