1and purgatives, than by abstracting any considerable amount of
2Bouillaud and Collin, on the Continent, and Drs. Watson, Latham,
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4physiology, and how far these are illustrated and supported by ob-
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6lungs. His observations were made on patients in University Col-
7which adhered and were given off" from the larger trunks were ob-
8tegument of natural color ; but the general strength began to fail,
9(c.) Pemphigus solitarius ; and (d.) Pemphigus foliaceus.
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14to point outwards. The swelling remained stationary, and the in-
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16aptitude, possessed by those who suffer from them, to assume pecu-
17fresh almond oil, and forcibly removed when they are thoroughly
18cation. The width of an eighth of an inch or so in the chink of
19the degenerating primary coagulum, ma}^ at times play the part which
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21and especially where chronic congestions prevail, a strict diet plays
22Again, if the patient's chest be bared, there is no expansion on the
23parenchymatous swelling of the inner layer — a congestive turgescence
24external air, it is then presumed to be due either to the spontaneous
25membrane in analogous glandular degeneration, that in cases char-
26have found a nosological place amongst the constitutional diseases.
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28symmetry than usual in the skeleton. The weight of the man is
29individuals, swayed through life by their lusts and passions.
30Treatment. — Muriate of ammonia, nitric acid, the balsams, sulphur,
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33symptom in 46 per cent, of eases reported on by him in an admira-
34Water, — Cold in haemoptysis, and pharyngeal disorders ; hot in bronchitis, laryn-
35and painful to the toach; there will be falling off ot milk in
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37to the lower part of the sternum, or to the precordial region, extending
38accumulation in the tissues of rabbits whose kidneys had been extir-
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40changes of temperature in humid and moist weather, by wet feet,
41they may have a poisonous decomposing influence similar to typhus
42bilious, alkaline fluid commonly thrown up when this organ is unoccu-
43dition of the body (tuberculosis), or to the deposition of tubercle in its
44some conditions, the albuminous constituents of the food are ren-
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46[PROGRESSIVE GENERAL PARESIS— GENERAL PARESIS.—
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48sometimes into the ventricle of the brain. Lymph is the form
49flammatory affections of this part. The most frequent causes of