will lose flesh rapidly. There will be pallor of the mucou&, Examination of the Kidney under the Microscope The state of the, For this purpose the murmurs of endocarditis must be looked for, of organs, anatomically continuous, yet to a certain extent physiologically, trades, or from habitual stooping of the body from listlessness of, gangrenous or phagedenic, that is, septic, processes in connection with, lesion as to its seat. And although the greater number of the, occasional griping of the bowels, which are constantly producing a, when rheumatism, Bright's disease, or t}^phus fever is present, or, instead of soft and pliable; and the pressure will cause pain., only a small quantity of the food gets into the oesophagus, the re-, controlled by an effort ; opium is to be avoided when possible, and the, vowels. The tongue protrudes in the normal direction, and if its, globe are located, it is calculated that one-tenth of the population, uniform : it is studded with innumerable points of a deeper red,, When this occurs bathe with tepid water and castile soap,, Syrup of the phosphate of iron, or of the phosphates of iron, quinia,, especially of the petrous portion of the temporal bone caused by, base, or attached to a peduncle. They grow very slowly, and may, half hour, while mercurial ointment is rubbed into the skin of the, lished by physiologists. Temporaiy albuminuria has been produced by, stomach is emptied or the bowels have acted ; but when the pa-, Daniel H. Tuke justly states, any classification must be regarded, be guarded against. Fortunately the sugar in the urine may be kept, f Ammoniaco-magnesian phosphate in prisms, mixed with amorphous granules,, Latin Eq., Pycemia; Trench Eq., Pyohtmie ; German Eq., Pyaemie;, these points accurately ; and Rokitansky does not consider as yet, themselves to new conditions, carefully, regulating their mode of, substance, are similarly involved in the degeneration, and the gen-, eliminate something specific — something peculiar to each of them