disturbed functions of adjoining cerebral nerves, it maybe presumed

ever, it remains low, even in the advanced stages. (3.) The urea dis-

apples, pears, and grapes. He even suffers his diabetic patients to eat a

and out of 21 men' in a flax factory, 23 had pulmonary disease (Green-

and salts, without its real nature or composition being in any way

judging from the pathology of this disease, the constitutional influ-

hours, and in doses of a sixth or a quarter of a grain, in the more

panied, by profuse acid excretions from, the skin, by the separation, in some

eyes, is the only physical indication present of vascular excitement

A portion of urine, which is usually of a light-straw color, should

this disease ; and when the attacks have occurred in cantonments

often slight, precede the attack several days. The invasion is almost —

recorded, one single well-authenicated case of the permanent cure of epi-

the less rapidly decisive cases prompt treatment is of the greatest

the face not being implicated. (4.) An apoplectic attack without anaes-

in the cadaver and the ease in the living subject with which tlie

no such origin. But most frequently the fault is not in the organs which

frequent intermissions. The legs and ears get cold. The

through the petrous portion of the temporal bone or the aural

skin is by far the safest emunctory for the vicarious elimination of

tions : whilst many hold that they have all the essential properties of tu-

and smarting. If the vesicles do not burst, small brownish, flat

ing 530 grains in the 10,000 grain measure = 53 grammes in the

the muscular substance has undergone degeneration — the evidence of

turned oft altogether, the apparatus being at once converted into

them the ulcer was situated on the posterior wall of the dumUnum.