1visions under the action of acetic acid. The amount of pus is gener-
5chloride of sodium calculated therefrom ; (8.) The chlorine may be esti-
6brain is necessary to produce the apoplectic state," yet it is difficult
7treatment the complication seldom continues beyond a week. If
8volume of this work was passing through the press, contains an
11is not so clear. Whether it be that toxic absorption produces a
12ena noted are the peculiar coagulation of the blood in the bloodvessels,
14control the convulsive movements when violent and incessant so as to
16ence establishes, and which some think due to the demands which
17middle line, the blood having burst through into the fourth ven-
18uppearance of the animal; rough starring coat; weakness and
19the Pacific Region 4 cases and 1 death. For the year ending June, 1863,
20nial herbaceous plant growing wild in the south of Europe, and cultivated
21by its refusal to eat fat, that it will, cceteris paribus, be more prone
22of the pelvic loop had evidently interfered with the passage of
23is the apex of the left. Below it is the left lobe of the liver, and
25tingling or uneasy sensations over the surface generally. A sixth
27may mark the rapidity of the transmission of tactile impressions.
28I would further like to lay stress on the fact that it is quite
29the question of pyaemia ; but rather as a statement of facts, difficult to
30shows that chorea generally occurs between nine and fifteen years
32New York Academy of Medicine, vol. ii, Nos. 34, 35, 36 ; 1866), a careful and skilled
34dition of the body (tuberculosis), or to the deposition of tubercle in its
35sis has Dr. Wilks ever met with an instance where the supra-renal
36in front, then (b) on the outer side, and then (c) l>ehind the ascend-
37have been accounted for by the active depleting measures he him-
38difficulty of breathing, stertor, coma, lividity of the face ; and in
39pectoration was first noticed by the late Dr. Remak, of Berlin, and may