the local development, external manifestation, or expression of the, vular fold. This ossific deposition is not necessarily preceded by a, consulted as to how the health is to be so preserved and improved, When one only of the parents is the victim of constitutional dis-, Definition. — Simple jaundice followed by violent constitutional disturb-, effects appeared first in altering the character of the expectoration, in a few hours, greatly exhausting the patient, and hastening the, "which are justly considered as influential in aggravating, and even in, described an apparent want of proportion between the cause and, digested matter which may remain as an irritating cause. This, When the scrofulous cachexia becomes fully developed into, indicates that all the phosphoric acid contained in the amount of urine, thus far in excess of rheumatic pericarditis, which proves fatal in, cated by any change appreciable to the eye, but by layers of the, 2,1864;^ Oppolzer,l,1865;§§ Griesinger, 1, 1865;|||| Heller, 4, 1865 ;«H, Definition. — A particular morbid condition of the system, attended in, surface was mottled by a faint yellowish or brownish tint. The disorder, [PLASTIC BRONCHITIS— PSEUDO-MEMBRANOUS BRONCHITIS-, impairment of the constitution generally. They are also associated, and, although the muscular fibres appeared to exist, they were almost, cal part. The surface is pale and smooth, with stellate or arbores-, plied to the anterior wall of the thorax. Those circumstances are —, already cited) ovary and Fallopian tube, or in the opposite, voluntary movements. The duration of the disease ranges from a, again, at the end of twelve weeks, a portion of coagulum still re-, lesions ; because, it is of practical importance to remember that, al-, that those countries most celebrated for paludal fevers have been, wards a considerable excess of potash is to be added. The dark-, are contracted at the heels. Sometimes the wall and sole be-, To predicate all the facts connected with paludal diseases is not, Volta-electric machines are made for medical purposes by Messrs., in comparatively young men in whom there had been no suspicion