effect a cure. If the limb swells very much and the patient
correct generalization and elaboration of the subject seems, from
the joints, the palms of the hands, and flexures of the fingers. They
some measure be explained, if their minute anatomical and histo-
ordinary symptoms. The premonitory phenomena already noticed,
maica, Louisiana, and India, to be extreme climates ; and they and
this, that it has the smallest nuclei and relatively the smallest cells of any
founded on experiments of a certain kind), that the brain-substance
then supervene (Green, Dunglison). The patient at first feels an
sponding to their middle third, is more frequently to be noticed in phona-
Hypertrophy of the brain is usually connected with hydrocephalus,
acid becomes the prominent feature, the circumstance is anything
monary capillary arrest ; and immediately the paroxysm yields, the
and paralysis of the trunk and lower limbs is complete. Such a con-
stopped and the horse will do a reasonable amount of work.
state of the secretions, or other circumstance, denotes its diseased
some of those taken to Ix' pathological. If he understood Mr
unselfish labor. Dr. Alison, in his work On the Chest, pp. 322, 823, and 324, gives a
" of the thousand ills that flesh is heir to," for which it might have
After the pain has ceased open the blisters with a needle and
years a most decided decline in phthisical cases in these stations
in the thermometer; and sometimes the pulse rose, though never
thorax is symptomatic, or consecutive of affection of the heart or
berg) ; from the effects of certain toxic articles, as lead, arsenic, bromide
temperature, from hot to cold; standing in the rain; drinking
not directly connected with the motorial asynergia — namely, thir-
pressed by the growth of tubercle in the lungs, but certainly and
[Virchow believes the round ulcer of the stomach to be always preceded
nesia or of soda, and especially the former; and halt' a drachm to a
through the mouth; giving medicines not thorough^ diluted;
These cases were distinguished by rapid and extensively increas-
time warm fomentations are to be applied to the belly. Its bene-
In advanced life it rarely happens that the symptoms are so in-
voracious (bulimia); there is an excessive longing for food, and though
taken in large doses into the stomach without inconvenience or damage