The light-colored parts may be caused either by fatty degeneration
weighty testimony, appears to be a sudden impediment to the coronary
artery suggests that a common vascular deficiency rather than a
phenomena, but they probably really belong to the primary disorder of
September 1909, in which the middle portion of the humerus was
external tubercle of the pubes (on either side) ; on the inner side the
ment ; and such information ought always to be acquired when the
as cancer, enteritis, or peritonitis. The possibility of Bright's disease
ing tumor and if pressed on one side will cans^ a greater en-
inatur " (De Causis et Signis diut. Morborum, lib. i, cap. vii.).J
Symptoms. — This interesting variety of delirium, although not noticed
Treatment: — If the discharge is slight, give a pint of
In 1854 Schneevoogt, of the Hague, published a fatal case of progres-
Dr. Jaccoud has published five cases, including his own, confirmatory of
Common tar (pix liquida) or oil of cade (oleum cadini, as manufac-
(" Croonian Lectures," Lancet, Aug. 8, 1863). Some of the cases
mation, and the band most probably resulted from the partial
sation of one or more limbs, followed by paraplegia or other form
condition is arrived at in several ways, capable of being traced in
mitting headache — rests his head on his nurse's lap — occasionally
imations to the daily excretion of urea, in all cases in which sugar
(specific gravity, 1.14) ; (3.) The two solutions are then to be mixed, and
be used as a blend in ext, vanilla.— B«//. of Ph,
soda, — about forty grains to the pint. Some have a temperature of 101°
time the change has extended to the straight vessels, or often while it is
in their tents. It should consist of materials of slow conducting
and intermittent fever ; and it is desirable to limit the suppuration
this country, the treatment of scrofulous affections has gradually
the cases of arterial embolism developed in this way (i. e., prima-
the following order: 1. The muscles of the toes and feet, then the poste-
stances trie nervous irritability seemed as much increased as in
wards and outwards of the inferior ribs. In women the movement's
but many agents. It is the proper combination of remedies, not a
fixed like a statue, fearing to move a muscle or a limb, lest he
every reason to belive are due to syphilis. The changes are obvious
and 19 showed no change. In most of the cases presenting optic changes,