2Treatment. — Apart from the management of the bronchial con-
4Three hundred physicians are needed on Taking leave of Sir Astley Cooper, Baron
5twenty-four hours washed with warm water and castile soap,
61. The Form in which the Malpighian Saecidi are the Structures
7served ; for in the existing state of legal and medical science there
8to a sixth of their natural size, and also little masses which seemed to be
9described by the various names oiplastic bronchitis, bronchitis crouposa,
10lesion tend to thicken the walls and enlarge the cavities of the
12I. First group ; yellovnsh urines, represented by gamboge mixed with a greater or
14foreign body would. Again, pus may be completely absorbed ; but
15bloodvessels and nerves of the suprarenal capsules.
16Prognosis. — Partial peritonitis often terminates without in any
17" Contacts " who have had a previous attack may return to