with an odor of faeces. Chemical investigation may thus demon-
the body rigid, and the head and trunk curved backwards. The
the name of " phlebitis " has been given ; (2.) In connection with
precede them. Epileptiform spasms, which may be general, or local,
order of comparative mortality, the diseases are as follow : Spasmodic
Atropise Sulpbatis, gr. j ; Sp. Vini Gallici, Tt^c. M. One drop of this solution is
thing was red, in another green, and in another white."]
apparently induces a depressed condition of the general system. [The Diagnosis and
been described by writers. There is no doubt, as Dr. N. S. Davis re-
weary and unrefreshed by sleep. He is irritable, and often depressed
a source of infection prevails in the city. In the end of 1910 the
to a violet hue, and is generally darker in the aged than in the adult.
of inevitable fallacies. Portal considered that phthisis " might last from
drawn between them, and thus many species of cancers are described
Paget thinks that the influence of the liquor potassae is worthy of con-
generally hidden, being deeply buried in the tissues, so that when
majority of cases, be greatly mitigated by such means as tend to
In adults, the breathlessness is very great, with distended nostrils,
ease to changes going on in the central ganglia of the brain, such
with a special character, and facilitate or retard their propagation.
whose paroxysm was always preceded by the spectre of a little old