rative, ulcerative, plastic, pyemic, rheumatic, gouty, syphilitic, scrofu-
inflammatory ; the remains of chronic tubercular cavities, or abscesses in
of the stomach lessens, and there is sufficient evidence that the
* [On the Pathology and Treatment of Albuminuria, 1868.]
Treatment — Faradization is of doubtful efficacy at the commence-
mark the lung part and the heart part, is to lay one finger over
edith Clymer suggests motorial in place of locomotor.
I have seen horses, where the obstruction was within the
In the words of Carswell, "pathological anatomy has perhaps
cord, the remedial power of sec-ale cornutum is said to be very great.
Dr. Garrod proves conclusively that colchicum does not increase the
I have described in my paper {Proc. Roy. Soc. Med., Feb. 1914).
Suppuration may follow this form of pneumonia, and the pus
of its zeal. These Commissions have been put into communication
Of its pathoge ny and morbid anatomy we know nothing, the naked eye
white granulations, which, being observed under the microscope,
2. Amongst the instances of disordered gastric innervation produced
large vessel. When the venous murmurs are strong, they may not
blood ; and is apt to be developed under similarity of climate, sea-
tions, such as appendicitis, which have ended fatally, even though
This will sometimes carry off quite a number of the bots.
wide mouth, a closely-fitting cork, carrying an inlet tube which
ness of the gums or general malaise occur; and cuticular irritation from
the subject of it more slowly, indeed, but almost as surely." Such
A certain temperature, for example, under certain conditions as to
the French observer, he having used not a larger quantity of tubercular
mentioned must be managed according to the nature of the treat-
Interstitial deposit of nuclear and fibroid exudation at the expense
from any excess of acid, is added to a solution of urea, a white gelat-
precede the abolition of Perception ; and when this does occur it is
acid added to such urine will anticipate the deposit.
In degeneration of the muscular tissue the pulse in the advanced
glands, glands of the stomach, epithelium of the bronchial tubes and even
friends, and have his attention directed to the affairs and interests
three times a day, or every six hours, or in one large dose, as half
These different sets of fibres are believed to derive their peculiar
the catheter before operating and allow it to remain during the