1measles ; of constitutional diseases, tuberculosis is the most common
2Symptoms of irritation may be arranged in two groups, accord-
3the irritability of the muscles to electric stimulation is quickly lost, and
4perature so minutely recorded by Dr. Ringer, he will be better able
5many persons are inclined to diet themselves with great strictness
6of phthisis be admitted, it behooves the physician to warn the patient's
7upon to extract them do so for the price and for the owner's
8the parts within the cavity of the skull illustrates provisions made
9position of the secretion is followed by lung consolidation, ulceration,
14ice-cold water; innutritions food; in fact, anything that will
15bjr observing whether the strength of the muscles is increased or dimin-
18This disease has various causes, such as stings of insects;
19bath is an excellent adjuvant in the earlier stages of the disease ;
22bed prevent sleep. It is especially at starting that the patient has
23exact blocks or pads, an apparatus was devised to regulate the extension
24by the attending physician, particularly during the first three or four days ;
25materials, and hence they have acquired the name of fatty or oily
26drachms or half an ounce of tincture of opium sprinkled over it, will
27supposing the vitiated atmosphere of the barrack-room to be in
29scribed salubrious limits. All of them seem to possess a certain