tion, but is confined to the earlier years of residence, declining from

Use three" times a day any of these. If the testicles

508 SPECIAL PATHOLOGY — PROGRESSIVE GENERAL PARESIS.

represented, as it is, by a daily excess of from ten to twenty

experience of this disease, he believes death never takes place im-

microscope, show that the essence of this affection consists in a slow irri-

The condition of the spinal cord and of the spinal nerves in thirty-four

quite independent of inflammation, in the ordinary acceptation of

[Treatment of Pyaemia by the Alkaline Sulphites], 673

gation of pulmonary phthisis, Dr. Parkes thus expresses himself

age, the spread of the plague in this country has ceased. In this

not alternate depressions and elevations, as in the healthy chest. I

lung-sounds could be heard ; in 36 the respiration was feeble ; in 14 harsh

arm over the radial artery in the position for use. The lever, a, is here

stomach, which were administered every two hours [op. cit., p. 117).

and a little ginger,] which should be taken in the morning, fasting,

or the nature of the disease with which ascites is associated, and

existence after death. For example, very different apparent vascu-

difference in the duration of the " after-nystagmus," depending on

appeared sound, or nearly so, to the naked eye. Lastly, in *! cases the

l86 SQUAMOUS EPITHELIOMA OF THE POST-CRICOID REGION

growth of the brain, the irritation of dentition, and the great sus-

the animal is well. But, if the effusion is great, the breathing

moved by an ecraseur, an instrument of French invention tor

for months without causing the faintest shadow of uneasiness or

regulates the contact of the points with the skin, which must be in accu-

renders it also extremely liable to change ; and the products of de-

until the skin is darkened ; and repeated after the cuticle peels off. Gen-

where bad habits and bad conduct are more common, and often the

quick pulse ; vomiting and constipation ; clayey evacuations defi-

In studying the pathogen}' of this disorder, the tendency to hyperplasia

that in some cases the changes may pass one step beyond the con-

activity has been ever active, such as the glandular parts — for ex-

cranial and the sciatic and crural of the lower limb ; and suggests the