be diminished percussion-resonance on account of pulmonary oedema,
has been stated by a reviewer of Dr. Addison's work, that this
ice-cold water; over-driving and watering while heated; expo-
They are most often met with between fifteen and forty-five years of age,
It is often impossible at first sight to state positively, from the
Glycerine and emollient lotions are useful local applications. I
sound may be elicited by percussion as high as the articulation of
the insane is in a great measure or quite lost. Sooner or later pro-
mated. "When the circumstances of the patient admit of it, travel-
3 and 4 lbs. ; 5 between 4 and 5 lbs. ; and 1 weighed 5 lbs. and 11 oz.,
in adults, and in children (Barthez). (5.) Mixed treatment, 1 death
been seriously diseased ? In the history of Bright's disease there
is necessarily of a cellular nature, and, generally, just like all other
condition must be counteracted, on the principles of treatment ex-
GLOSSO-LARYNGEAL PARALYSIS— Syn., GLOSSO-PHARYNGEAL
It covers lung-substance on each side of the mesian line, the main
on the eighth, ninth, and tenth days, as on previous days, there was
says he has seen the whole tract of arterial capillaries from the
ducts become confounded, and when, if one does not know how the whole
reaction is absent in the diseased ear. On rotation, there is a marked
of flake-like membranes, or in the form of casts of the smaller bronchi
melancholia, 31.38 per cent.; monomania and dementia, 6.90 and 6.70
as high as the sixth rib in this region ; and towards the inner