according to Andral, when the system has long been under the in-

congestion of the organ, favors the stoppage of the secretion. Thus

In the temperate zone, where the civilized inhabitants of the

welfare of child hfe, and the importance of attempting to procure

powder is at first three grains twice a day, and gradually the dose may

they are most infectious before they can be diagnosed ; still, in

ralopia, and disorders of accommodation (Desmarres) happen. There

ture though disordered in function, is generally curable, — the most

pitation which depends upon organic disease of the heart are con-

as well as with a lessening of the number of the blood-cells. It is

closely that they could not be completely separated, or embedded in a

or a liberation of calcareous particles in the mass, for the elements

now been demonstrated as floating about in the air where numbers

have a constant impulsion toward self-destruction. A feeling of falling

disease is suspected, obvious, or perhaps hereditary. The second

majority of cases will make complete recovery. After recovery

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ditions to be particularly noted, are perversions of function in the skin,

tent, staggering about, and struggling violently when laid hold

Symptoms: — Freqnent attempts to void the urine, occasion-

vanced age — as between sixty and eighty — the bubbles composing

cular contraction is totally or measurably gone. Muscular anaesthesia,

Davis, Sibson, Latham, Fuller, and Gairdner, in this country, have

of the two sounds is very considerable. It is in such circumstances

caused by foaling; injudicious use of diuretics; occasionally

they usually rupture early, and the serosity concretes into crusts.