Treatment: — If the obstruction be in the pharynx elevate
cavities of the body. The urine frequently contains blood, renal struc-
the investigation of hereditary tendency is uncertain.
Symptoms and Diagnosis of the Seat of Lesion. — (1.) The more the
of obstruction are scarcely perceptible, or even absent." The move-
towards the splenic end is thin, and for the most part stained by
by febrile symptoms running an extremely rapid course, denoting the
injuries ; others from the excitement of insanity and uncontrolled
and ulcer in the first part of the duodenum relatively frequent in
Jaccoud, and others, defervescence begins in one-fifth of the cases of
taken at bedtime, and its influence will begin to be felt in from
Treatment. — Large and frequent doses of opium should be given, with
f Letter to Dr. L. Parks, quoted in Report of a Committee of the Massachusetts
only in consequence of the patient surviving for a longer period
cavity of the abdomen, and covering the viscera contained in that cavity.
and this season, like the winter, is in general healthy. But in the
deal with these a machinery of strict super^•ision must be provided.
which was generally performed after severe symptoms had set in ;
When, however, the seat of the lesion is in a line with the second
ful consideration." It is a remedy which has been clearly shown
admirable account of the effects of change of climate on diseases of
and the chest-walls. It is caused by (1) an obstruction in the air-tubes,
affection are similar to those already mentioned. The disease is
sidered as indicating a generally feeble organization, less capable of