3death ensues, several organs, tissues, or apparatus, not necessarily
5garrison suffered no similar visitation till 1828. The physical
6cian, and anxious for speecVy relief, ordered a bucket of water to be taken
8nipple. The left auricle and the left ventricle, with a small por-
9the lungs, when combined with the well-known general symptoms,
10as well as with a lessening of the number of the blood-cells. It is
11that patients sometimes die from rupture of the heart.
12or near the pharynx the nose will be elevated, the patient will
13of life, when it ma} 7 rise to 94.7°, or even to 96.5°. Well-marked paralytic
14frequently any highly-marked gen- citement, with general disturbance.
16caused by other infections. Tubercular empyema is fortunately
18late Dr. Valleix remarks, that when there is more or less absence of the
19epithelial lining, and occupy the tubes. This material may be quite uni-
20in man there is some evidence of a pneumonic phthisical disease
21be caused by the concurrent disorder, — cardiac disease, gangrene of the
22or the pleurae, or the ventricles of the brain. It is necessary, there-
23in order to relieve the pressure of the articulated surfaces, has been tried
24the large arteries. It is sometimes also called the systolic or inferior
26citement, resulting from diffuse inflammation. The symptoms of
28pansion on the affected side, and in many of my cases there was
29IV. Forms of Inflammation tending to Exudations and Destruction of
30There is scarcely any organ or tissue in which soft cancer has
31from that soil which contains no more moisture than is necessary
33only ; and it is probable that the amount of sugar from this source
36back part ot the tongue. I have seen good results from giving
38and tending to a condition like that of chlorosis. The bile is usually
39differences are observable, although the condition cannot always
40whether they are in the cerebrum, cerebellum, or central ganglia.
44properly selected cases offers great advantages, and that the method
45but that terrible sound around the lungs will be wanting and,