(5.) To increased secretion and elimination of bile; (6.) Jaundice;

and the whole exudation softening and breaking down, may mingle

ventured on in cases of traumatic hepatitis, and in robust plethoric

in the adult. (It occurs in 30 per cent. Addison.) It explains

in different colored eyes in health and in disease, by Mr. C. Bader, will be found

bowel. No one can doubt but that such a lesion would be greatly

Of all remedies, digitalis, aconite, and veratrin are the most useful in

tion of the food.' - ' [Medical Notes and Reflections, chap, v.)]

The air is then measured by refilling the meter until all the contents of

noea has a panting and gasping character, and not the wheezing,

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muscles ot the body and neck will be rigid or trembling; some-

mud in the spring and fall; imperfectly fitting harness and

issues, succession of blisters, tartar emetic ointment, or croton oil

such morbid conditions of the blood as exist in typhus fever, variola,

cult, provided the history and habits of the patient are known, and the

in all cases of hemiplegia symptomatic of various cerebral lesions, as

necessary, and iron, quinine, and arsenic may be administered with ad-

of all other pulmonary affections ; but there are several minor

Dr. T. Clifford Allbutt has examined the state of the optic nerve and

his tongue and bowels is similar, perhaps, to what has been de-

consist throughout of nearly colorless, stringy, and more or les3

us that vocal fremitus is diminished or altogether annihilated ; that the

vesicles. (3.) That the successive formation and softening of these