B, B. This steel rod plays through a hole in the end of the elliptical

Symptoms: — Lameness, with short, stilty gait and a want of

distances showed the amount to which it had been lowered — e. g., if at

disease, as regards cold, has often been prolonged into the hot season,

it. The ear, also, is likewise often affected. It hears " the airy

tion of symptoms indicative of hemorrhage into the ventricles

Although Dr. Bennett originally set out upon what has since

XIV ^ordered a wood to be cut down which separated Yillatri

of the same day it had fallen to 101.4°. The face was flushed, the

colon on the fold caused it to adhere. He had shown tliat other

medicine. Pulse, 150 ; respiration, 36. Some dulness underneath

positive knowledge as to the state of the heart's tissue) that such

coholis, f^xiv. In chronic cases, half a grain of corrosive sublimate may

which appear like a rolled-up hedgehog with its bristles sticking

changes of the weather, is apt to produce a more or less temporary

vessels, and especially with pyloric arterioles, is of the most sparing

statement of Dr. Balfour, from what I have seen in the post-mor-

There has not been any case of sickness during the insufflation.

stances trifling, but more commonly atrocious and agonizing ; and,

epigastrium, and the alvine evacuations are deficient in bile. The tongue

represented, as it is, by a daily excess of from ten to twenty

in view of the statement made not many years ago that one never

the use of ordinary bread, Dr. Camplin devised a form of bread pre-

asthma ; and emphysema is a frequent consequence of that disease

by a red spot, centrally situated, and measuring about half the

alleviated and life prolonged. In this form of ascites the patient

respiratoiy murmur marking the initial morbid change in the air-sacs.*]

pallor of the mucous membranes; sunken eyes; sometimes