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2some months, or even some years. A remarkable case of a dimin-
3ing anterior and lateral regions ; the infra-spinatal sub-region is more so-
4not by the signs of exocardial or endocardial disease." These in-
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7sickness, and anxiety of countenance. These phenomena are gener-
8of chills and vasomotor disturbances in determining the onset of a
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10(Fuller, I. c, p. 192). But Dr. Fuller agrees in the view that
11ter. Microscopically, yellow tubercle contains a much greater abun-
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14years a most decided decline in phthisical cases in these stations
15and hand. During the fit the patient also often knocks her head
16Development of Phthisis influenced by Syphilis, ..... 805
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18are very common) ; or with ulcers of the intestines, or polypoid
19true cancer-cell? Has the microscope discovered any structure
20from various causes, but in the majority of cases it is the
21otitis. Intemperance in alcoholic fluids also is a frequent cause of
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23the bones become carious, and death ensues. Consequently, mer-
24with the patient's idiosyncrasy, from forty-five to eighty grains of the
25to be added in small quantities so long as a distinct precipitate is seen
26present in it elements similar to those in gray tubercles, which are
27permits the prognosis in childhood of the future development of
28knowledge of the state of the blood and of the physiology of di-
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30united by bands of embryonic connective tissue. The cut surface is dry,
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34has occasionally attracted the attention of pathologists ; and the
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37our information is on this point. Of the lesions recorded, a sum-
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39spleen is rarely recovered from unless the primary disease be cured.
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41Treatment.- — Seeing that the disease -is clearly of constitutional
42ophthedmia, by 25 ; and dysentery, diarrhoea, and cholera, by 18 ad-
43rently with justice, to the unhealthy situation of the Fort-Neuf
44such tumors, which have first a yellow appearance and then a
45labjTinth is now entirely destroyed. In this latter stage the
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47dusky, sometimes yellow, sometimes natural ; the head is large, the