tial. The muscles of the face and limbs twitch involuntarily. There

the part, and still, at the same time, an irresistible desire to scratch

the connection is established between the spring and the bar, and the

to the service by consumption was much greater among the men

it is a practice which should be made the rule, as already stated,

takes its peculiar diseases as the representatives of this realm.

tricle is nearly on a line with the junction of the xiphoid cartilage

lium, the cortex is of a pale fawn-color and opaque, like a parsnip. When

Lane, who holds that both gastric and duodenal ulcer arise from

food gets between the paralyzed cheek and the teeth, the cheek is

by which the point where the rod touches the lever is varied, thus increas-

a feeling of tightness and pseudo-neuralgic pains. A tumor in the

tres, or Tetters; (7.) Scrofulides, or strumous eruptions ; (8.) Syph-

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inous precipitate is produced, containing urea and oxide of mercury

when first driven; if under the collar, the 'horse will keep

of the intestine at or near the site of lesion. The latter case re-

Only in sarcomas have I previously observed such a rapid process

Hyperesthesia. — Increased sensation, occurring without inflammatory

contracted and condensed, so that its shrunk and diminished bulk

frequently the earliest appreciable sign of disease.

they are apt to induce. The bowels should always be kept re-

.\t the end of from three to fourteen da>-s the manifest stage

sugar. In all the cases the arteries at the base of the brain were

The general symptoms which express derangement of the pul-

which follows is that of muscular motion, but of sensation if the

than non-phthisical persons come of a consumptive father or mother,

Ringer). There is also correspondence between the elevation of

disease may be referred are of the following varieties: (a.) Vegetation;

usually between twenty and fifty years, and generally associated with

followed by rheumatic pains and swollen joints in one whose con-