ought to be given in small doses repeated after every diet. (8.) Diu-

A form of cirrhosis is due to the waxy liver, as well as to the

element generally predominates for awhile, the vesicular element remain-

congested ; but still, according to Dr. Baillie, the redness is not

escape of urine. Calculus similar to three others iji having large

as eight or ten — after which it is poured out in such quantities

beneficial results have been observed to follow. But as the active

the infiltrated patches are red and inflamed. The redness is not

Jones, Chambers, Leared, and Brinton. Nevertheless, the morbid

The act of digestion, or rather fulness of the stomach, appears to

important, and early symptom, — and he is convinced of a sensible

much as will effect that object, remembering that further depletion

lent persons the prognosis is more favorable than in those of spare habit.

predominance of the disease is mainly to be sought for in the impure

anaemic soldiers under treatment at the Royal Victoria Hospital at

"Another very striking fact shown by Dr. Balfour's tables is the great

pneumonia in old persons, pain was an initial symptom in 22 (Bergeron),

with a peculiar conformation of chest and cranium, and an hereditary

in their tents. It should consist of materials of slow conducting

Definition. — The discharge of blood by expectoration.

an inch — i. e., from about the breadth of the straight renal tubes to

ipecacuanha, and squill especially; also against the use of mercury,

avidity of this excretion. Certain conditions are necessary for suc-

whole extent. The several parts under which it is anatomically

being preferred (such as those indicated at page 327). But as the

are tender on pressure at a spot nearly corresponding to the point of

Of all the internal organs the liver most frequently suffers from the