at the site of irritation. This constriction continues for some time,

ancients, who are supposed to have surrounded their temples with

febrile action they rapidly recover. In the fatal cases the pulse

nearly equally from three-quarters of an inch to an inch and a half ;

per cent. In all these armies the same causes are in action, and the

ism ; one suffered from a blow : and one had a lesion in the brain.

ably a sudden and transitoiy change in the capillary circulation of the

These affections of the nervo-vascular parts of the eye may be included

furnish the best means of subduing constitutional irritation in

sign of emphysema ; and at the base of one or both lungs, and remote,

20th to August 8th, 1868, and the Kange of Thermometer and

brain, a portion of which is thus destroyed. More comprehensive

* The apparatus and the test-solutions required, graduated to the proper strengths,

of the brain, and yet no symptoms of hydrocephalus existed during

common to many diseases — symptoms which might arise from de-

of hair was seen and felt, pressed firmly up against the lesser

(3.) Compound octahedra (e) may also be seen; (4.) As small, flat-

tolic auricular impulse at the second intercos- Fig. 32 -t

as it lasts, is justly regarded as a salutary effect which nature pro-

(1.) The force of the pulse, according to Marey, is seldom much

are related by our army surgeons. In cases of hernia cerebri, also,

the case would be settled), there is no doubt that the fever ends spon-

which was stationed in the narrow channel between this island and

recruited with able-bodied men ; if it does not care for the niilita^

paralysis ; so also in paraplegia from spinal congestion. In reflex para-

having a certain duration, attended with rigidity or hardness of the

ence of chlorate of potass. He is disposed to put more confidence

out separating. In other instances it is puriforni, varying from a