1* [Dr. Da Costa has noticed that spitting of blood, so rare in cases of cardiac hy-
2uterus. (2.) Others consider it exclusively due to a morbid state of
3an inch ; whereas at the middle of the forearm, thigh, and back they
4the neighborhood of AVey mouth, and the same circumstance is ob-
5ago pointed out by Lombard (Annates cle Hygiene, t. xi, 1834), and it is
6will be readily understood by a physiological consideration of the
7Chambers, Brodhurst, Founder, Pidour, &c. It is an acute or subacute
8part of the chest. Dr. Leared's instrument enables us to hear
9malignant infiltrating growth, or a pneumonia in the lung, between
10tary strumous constitution, "but is capable of generating the bad
11eyes bright, the lips rather dry, the skin very hot to the feel, and
12action, conveys the stimulus to the medulla oblongata, whence it is
13direction of the bronchi. In old persons it very often precedes the
15it has been the general belief since his time, that the gray tubercle is
16The extent of apparent paralysis in cases of cerebral facial hemi-
18ibre is heard, and may be divided into two times, one coincident with
19far, also, as cause can be ascertained, the same cause does not al-
21Of other classes of stimuli, camphor in five-grain doses has ac-
22Connected with theportio dura, and intermediate between it and the portio mollis,
23be increased till it reaches six grains twice a day. Belladonna may be
24the scalp ; or the occasional use of bladders filled with crushed ice.
25as the tincture of hyoscyamus, syrup of poppies, or some 'preparation of
26the brain — in the latter form the muscles are flaccid. Active tonic
27amined with the opthalmoscope, although vision was not disturbed.
29stomach, thence to the throat, and causing sometimes an intense
30tomosis of its nerves with the sympathetic, at a level with the two first
31former inflammation. In cases of uncomplicated catarrhal nephritis,
32titrate of Urea (after Beale). Xo. II. Urinary Deposits, Plate III.
33from the fifth day to the fourth week, or later, and is always tedi-
34continues permanent, tenesmus occurs, and thus the violent and re-
35and lower eyelids: those in the upper eyelid join filaments from the lachrymal and