the lower part of the chest, on a level with the xiphoid cartilage.
Mead, which referred the phenomena of diabetes to a morbid state
Guides to the Diagnosis of Brain and Nervous Diseases, . . . 276
it is seen to consist of cells of epithelium, not changed excepting that
stated as follows, after the late Dr. A. B. Buchanan :
occurs sometimes — (1.) As one or two patches on the lips — herpes
in which there is a slight though general effusion of coagulable
culum. (4.) Pornphus. (5.) Vesicula — comprehending vesicula miliaris
more frequent in that command than in the West Indies, where
not for the dead, neither bemoan him ; but weep sore for him who
result of apoplexy, minute hemorrhages, softening, renal disease, indu-
brain, because the most constant and marked groups of phenomena
f [A Practical Treatise on Phthisis Pulmonalis. Cincinnati: 1861.]
Iron and quinine should not be given in epilepsy, unless complicated
In Dr. Christian Baiimler's case (one of heatstroke in a sugar refinery),
and voracious] ; the skin harsh and dry [and scurfy; the mouth is
tortuous vessels seen in them like varicose veins, especially in stenosis
phenomena, however, prevailed in a much larger proportion of cases
erally returns (sometimes at an advanced age), and ultimately
In every case of disease (in wasting, febrile, and constitutional dis-
tended through long periods of time, show how much may he done
be tubular ; the inspiratory sound is of higher pitch than that of vesic-
after the cure of this disease, are recorded by Romberg, Hunt,