1similar to those of rheumatism. In thus describing the Pathology
2and after each application use Scotch Ointment and pad the
3powder was blown into the trachea of two other rabbits ; one became tu-
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6monitory indications of cerebral mischief, or vrodromata, as they are
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9from the vessels and becoming effused or infiltrated into the sub-
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12sion being so considerable that the function of the lung is entirely
13marked, and in some eases is perceptible to the finger ; it has been
14mus or of conium, three, four, or more times in the twenty-four
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18dent parts of the lungs. It must also be remembered that the
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20in two ways,— (1.) By mechanical obstruction to the passage of the
21manner, and increased body -temperature (see p. 419 ante), soon to be
22the lungs was undetermined ; (d.) The excretion from the kidneys
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24State in 1826, and likewise at New Orleans, and Fort Adams, and in
25extent as to have reached the clavicle, while the patient remains
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28into the pleura in a child under three years, that it will be of a
29right lung descends vertically along the middle line, and at the
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31slightly outwards, and the great toe is forcibly abducted. The infant
32under palliative local remedies and fitting constitutional treatment ;
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34existent and long-continued vascular action, with changes in the
35and cut short b} r a glass of hot grog. . . . And I have too often seen the
36The pathogeny of p3 r asmia has also lately been investigated by Dr. J.
37natural during the intervals. Bricquet remarks that often in hysterical
38ribs, close to the sternum. The inferior margin of the right ven-
39the seventh pair, or facial nerve, is an example of the second.
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42lung. The emphysematous parts are pale, and sometimes quite
43son, and soil, and to produce diseases whose symptoms and course
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46sound occurs, which is of a booming or ringing character, it is to be
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