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2urine, are characteristics of the hysterical state. A certain consti-
3teenth, and seventeenth centuries, and in the eighteenth century
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5in some way to cause paralysis, which may last for hours, days, or
6Boismont). The power of utterance is lost, or is very imperfect ; the face
7is usually more forcible than in health, and hypertrophy and dilata-
8is higher by from two-fifths to three-fifths of a degree, than that of the morn-
9While simple tumors are overgrowths, in addition to being out-
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11occasional origin of tubercle in another way. He found when a sec-
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13tion of the vesicular tissue of the lung: (1.) A partial uuexpanded
14of air, exercise, and diet, must be carried out as far as practicable.
15companied by flying pricking, or itching, or crawling sensations ; in others
16cers is indicated by one or more of the following conditions: Constant
17the detaching of larger fragments which should deserve the name of
18eases are brought about, their specific nature is such as has been
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20both for and against it, will show that it is harmful. Yeratrum, aco-
21resembling the smell of may-flower or apple blossoms, combined
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23reign supreme ; it is simply retained possession of while the Feelings
24ing been shaved, a strong ointment of the iodide of potassium com-
25The bloodvessels primarily and chiefly affected are the Malpighian
26Medicale, Aout 1, 1868) gives the following facts with regard to this
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30referred to by Mr Wilkie. It was very ditticult to determine the
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32Treatment: — Cut out the diseased parts and shoe with a
33tion, in consequence of a lesion of the brain or spinal cord, there is pap-
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35the lesions they exhibit have been described as of a very variable
36birth, the child (a girl) displayed the writhing motions of chorea,
37by a number of points forming " ossa Wormiana," and the sutures
38these parts, and gradually extending inwards. The calibre, of the
39recoveries. In 35 cases reported by Dr. S. C. Young, of Grenada, Miss.,
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42Urine may be for a time suppressed, and the little which passes is
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44still of fair size, but they have a peculiar doughy feel. There is no lo-
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