The discrimination of increased arterial resistance, as measured

Cases are rare in which the occurrence of tubercle is not at first

and in general from ten to twelve ounces are sufficient. It is only

or three hours after emission. It forms a gelatinous mass, com-

active young man, long in wind, sound in body, and lithe of limb —

which should be made rigid by means of a probe. We have used

disease, it has been thought best to substitute a brief statement of these investigations,

presence of pigment," and which may be found distributed very gen-

culation is more or less obstructed. The tubes become constricted

minute. It commonly occurs in the area comprised between the

are tender on pressure at a spot nearly corresponding to the point of

Causes. — In 16 cases 4 were females, the oldest of whom was 31 years

order of childhood and youth, " when nutrition is directed to build-

of, all or any of the other remote agents which give rise to phthisis. . .

Forms of indigestion marked by excessive acidity and heartburn

should be limited to such a very small extent of vessels as would be in-

an incapacity to take a long breath, or to cough. From these causes

From delirium tremens, meningitis is mainly distinguished by the

variably be judged of in combination and comparison with the

has been afflicted for some weeks before with a bad digestion, crudities of

1838 ; so that the testimony they undoubtedly afford regarding

withstanding the sallow and emaciated state of the patient, he is

circumstances, compensatory hypertrophy of the hepatic cells. Nor is

Treatment. — Ventilation of the room in which the child lives is

the brain. Cruveilhier also directed attention to the frequenc}- of

of soft water; boil for two hours or till reduced to one gallon.

ject are greatly required (see Dr. Lindsay's Thirty-second Report,

sloughing of the whole invagination may be the consequence. In

In addition to these observations, an able and elaborate paper

instead of red) are found. There are instances, however, in which

unknown until the disgusting post-mortem appearances proclaimed

urine, are characteristics of the hysterical state. A certain consti-

are no outward signs of the lesion to attract attention. Pallor,

before the French Academy of Medicine (18G5), it was conceded that