1The Line of Transmission of these sounds respectively it is of the
2Gilbert Blane wrote that in tropical climates ships at a distance of
3The sphygmograph, when in action, gives an exact representa-
4suture. Now, at the end of i8 months, muscular power is returning
5compresses steeped in the solution of atropia have a good effect.
6of the heart, and especially in the interventricular partition. The
7the disease, with a large number of local symptoms, and lesions of
8blerful taken in the morning generally produces a full pultaceous
9the gray ; but it must be remembered that the gray matter is
11ridge extending from the hips to the breast-bone; on punching
12"Wood, of Philadelphia. [Dr. W. Stokes calls it malignant purpuric fever ; and Dr.
13When adults are laboring under the paroxysm, little, in general,
16may seem satisfactory ; but to those who have not seen such a phe-
18disease, when the pain is bearable, and the pulse steady and under
19increase not due to any other cause than the metamorphosis of
20it is drawn towards the healthy side. Imperfect articulation exists
23ished quantity, is extremely hot when passing through the urethra ;
24nomena of these deranged actions are common to other diseases ;
25referred it to an inflammatory origin ; but they have generally con-
28Cold or any irritation of the lymphatic or of the subaceous
29system, through the digestive and secretory functions ; and which
30alone should not influence the prognosis ; the rational symptoms are surer
32days of existence. It is seldom the patient dreads the future or
33cases. Purulent infiltration of the choroid plexus, and superficial soften-
34the chest, either immediately or mediately, to the sound of the voice,
35many days. At times they dart from limb to limb, or from one