leads to dilatation of its cavities ; and the weak muscle, becoming

occurs from a diseased state of a nerve-trunk itself. Palsy may

first experienced indications of failing health and strength; and

ysis following symptoms of irritation indicates a gradual morbid

followed by a loss of power in the limbs of one side, more marked

On the left side the stomach and anterior edge of the spleen rise

feeble boys ; but it is most common in young women, in whom it

Dr. E. Bouchut, to whom the profession is indebted for being amongst

of)ening the abdomen he had frequently found these folds — Jack-

the dose till it reaches seven or eight grains daily. [The oxide of