removal of nasopharyngeal growths, any danger of aspiration of

of the splashing of fluid, and sometimes the patient can produce

seen to form a sixth, a fourth, or even a half or more of the num-

constipation, must be got rid of — relieved by an emetic in the one

becomes concentrated (Beale). Thus another guide to the age of

improbability of epidemic or endemic outbreaks of it, it may be urged


and some of the most important principles of treatment are based

the scrofulous cachexia, and meningitis may occur at any stage of

are often surprisingly and promptly happy, so far as the immediate relief

The patient suffers from loss of appetite, indigestion, sickness,

that except under the temporary influence of some known specific excit-

of every form of insanity is higher than the evening temperature of health.

explained, by Funke, Kunde, Lehmann, Beale, Parkes, and Sieve-

wisdom of his practice. " There are some chlorotic girls," he observes,

size, rather smaller than natural; its surface covered by an opaque

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a firm grayish-red granular softened mass, containing portions of

Case of LUPUS showing the result of treatment by tuberculin.

only inefficient, but injurious, and should not be given except as an

possibility of it should be kept in mind. If the patient has been

serous mucus, and the air-cells congested and collapsed. It is not

of pathological and physiological study, furnishing results which no

This is a constitutional disease and most frequently occurs