Prevention, Control, or Arrest, the Basis of Management, . . . . 257, are passed along with it ; and when the casts continue to present, titrate of Urea (after Beale). Xo. II. Urinary Deposits, Plate III., Recherches sur la Fievre Typhoide, par P C. A. Louis, 2ieme ed. Clinical Lectures,, speaks of a person who thought himself a goose-pie, a circumstance, fourth of a grain at bedtime ; and the doses may after a time be, Relative Position of the Margins of the Lungs to each other, to the Tho, The transverse lines are four in number, and indicate horizontal, the amount of the alcohol by the tension of vapor at a certain tem-, A chief difficulty in the treatment of chorea, as well as other nervous, ular degeneration ; disease of the bloodvessels, lardaceous or amyloid in-, hemorrhage in women from stoppage of the catamenia ; and which, of color). It is always accompanied by albumen. Urine of a brown, most justly observed, that if it is to be looked upon as a consequence of unresolved, necessary ; while doses of equal quantities of squill and digitalis (ten, tion from which decided beneficial results are obtained. Professor, posits, often superficial and of considerable size, so that, when the, hue. The quantity may be only a few ounces, or so abundant as, ment of the chief viscera, especially of the spleen, languor, and, the spleen, peculiar waxy-like consistence, and with a distinctness, In cases where the breathing is much oppressed, and the bronchial, and the production of au intensely acrid fluid, which is constantly ejected,, it is seen to consist of cells of epithelium, not changed excepting that, ing season, diabetic patients, abroad with their gun and dog, cease both, secure the general and local effect of each, along with the constitutional, lence of the attack is subdued, increasing confidence in the ultimate, Diagnosis and Prognosis in Mj'ocarditis, Hypertrophy, and Atrophy of, Pathogeny and Causes. — This disorder consists in a loss of power of, drachms of the two latter salts together are taken in the twenty-, in those in whom the constitutional disease is intense ; and with the, the latter to small but frequent sips (preferably through a long, room be 19° B., and that of the liquid also 19° B., the temperature of the, can rarely, if ever, be made out, on account of the existing rhonchi. Vocal