larged. Dr. Voigt, physician to the Danish establishment at Ser-

laudanum, is to be made into the urethra, and the injection should be

and Gairdner, and has recently been particularly and well described by

region, and very general relief will be obtained by purgatives, aided

towards morning is often so profuse that the patient lies bathed in

sions ; but when any muscles begin to contract the intermissions

the duodenum. In such cases the horse will not thrive and

cal conformation and appearance ; and it has been observed that,

Dr Thomson's experience in children was limited to one case —

by strictly tonic regimen ; and camphor mixture, to the extent of

(Rayer, Watson). In the chronic stage desquamation invariably

As soon as possible after the employment of the douche, a strong

On the other hand, amongst those who believe that epidemic cerebro-

that they are contact ulcers. The active secretion which occurs

Medicine is utterly powerless and useless unless the hygienic

stage of hypertrophy or not. In the second stage, the muscles were very

or remain a serous pleurisy. In private practice, where the rhildrcn

spectral illusions are more or less constant. The patient may see

female servants in London, who are obliged to go up numerous

condylomatous excrescences. Primary chancres sometimes exist.

from non-approximation of the vocal cords on attempted phonation, there

Med. Times and Gazette, 1867. Marcet : Medico-Chir. Trans., 1867. Sanderson:

over-sensibilhYy of the organ. The symptoms are deranged secretions,

Section IV. — Diseases of the Solid Viscera of the Abdomen.

absorbed, leave the appearances in question ; or they are due to

psychical relations of the sense of hunger are altered; there is no appe-

delirious, and makes the most extraordinary noises, such as barking

local areas of lowered resistance ; {4) reflex nervous spasm of the

Should this recess persist (I have found it well njarked in cliildrcn

few characters in common, except the marked emaciation which

often extending along the lining membrane of the aorta.

perspirations ; paleness and lividity, with urgent dyspnoea for some

quence of lesions in the spinal cord altered by paralysis (Drs.

pelvis of kidney. Pain began in May 191 2. Ha'maturia at in-

symptoms obviously indicate an unhealthy state of the functions of

In the case of multiple abscesses there were never more than

only of the first but of all secondary ascensions to the apex of the