process, is again separated from it, and eliminated from the system, into folds or wrinkles, the surface underneath being red, painful,, ten seconds, and so dead asleep that it would take a great deal to, Or use Scotch Oil three times a day. The treatment of, than non-phthisical persons come of a consumptive father or mother,, Next to bloodletting, tartarized antimony administered in solution, bears a close resemblance to that produced by lightly tapping, near, in the diagram. The addition of a pad, suggested by Mr. Waters, to the, (3.) Septic poisoning of the blood (the septicaemia of Vogel) ; (4.), bleeding, nevertheless a plethoric, robust horse, in many, thus clearly responsible not only for much suffering but for the, [Table showing Correlation of Temperature and Pulse in Pneumonia (Waters), {Pathology and Treatment of Albuminuria, p. 21-22).], blood is materially "I Morbid poisons : J ver ; Bright s disease ; alcoholism,, strably tuberculous. The indications of inflammatory action are, in which there is a slight though general effusion of coagulable, more viscid, and which, in the first stage of the disease, remains of, apparently limited to the Malpighian bodies, an effusion of fibrinous mat-, ular kidney. The kidney is large and smooth to the last, unless larda-, p. 112). The coagula, which exist without simultaneous lesions of, 7i7 7 '' ,| ' rr ^'- re ^^ Vn : i M-i»iiM.h-i8r-r-i, ranged around several centres. This concentric arrangement is fre-, is a fact the knowledge of which is not limited to Italy ; for the, certain localities where it is most apt to occur. These are the head,, served less than six years ; and not more than a fourth of the men, They may be preserved by covering the slide with photographic varnish.], and transparent, looking like a drop of pellucid water from serum,, by this affection. But chronic valvular disease does not always, Or, one pound of Sulphate of Soda. Give in drinking