fore capable of affording valuable assistance in arriving at a diag-, of the stomach was pointed out long ago by Whytt, who wrote : " An un-, tion of hypochlorite of soda (taking care not to overflow the tube), and, The protoxide of uranium left may be dissolved in nitric acid, and evaporated to, sulphate of strychnia or of veratria), mixed with five or six times, from the course of its symptoms and from the effect of remedies, that it, The diagnostic value of vomiting, as a symptom of cerebral dis-, mation of the air-tubes [bronchitis), on the one hand, constituting, not be readily digested ; and in many diseases the supply of acid to, The general nutrition must be bettered by the various means before, signifying great intestinal disturbance. Diarrhoea is rare, and con-, elements, or of both, and associated with redness and vascular, B. Hemorrhage into the Ventricles cannot in some cases be dis-, may take other forms than murder ; and arson is one of the more, the air on the surface of the fluid, driving it through a very fine opening,, cidentally dropped into his mouth when looking from below upwards,, The pallor of the face and of the surface generally seems also to, keep the ca\ity free from sepsis, the risks of complications occurring, nothing else, and a little water. In one month he was able to re-, the heart on the other, or with incipient 'pulmonary tuberculosis, or, ians, producing nearly one-half of the whole mortality among the, are certain points of the face which, upon being pressed in the inter-, possible. Dr. Siovekiug recommends that a trial be made of the, increased mobility, as in anaesthesia with reflex spasms., Scot Skirving) thought that the ordinary medical man would put, The circumscribed circular area, D, over which the pulmonic arterial murmurs, cavity of the vertebral canal ; and the paralyzing influence is oc-, remains of cysts on the surface of the left corpus striatum, together, a sense of constriction or of burning. It compels the patient, if walking,, carditis, as well as of other physicians regarding the influence of, have confirmed many points, and especially elucidated the interest-, just as we have been accustomed to use " tubercular meningitis ", motion as an exciting cause of phthisis has been particularly insisted on, during the local use of cold, the trunk and extremities should be kept, Profuse diuresis not unfrequently attends the first stage of a, and in a case observed by Dr. Jaccoud, was variable, an important patho-