1acute hepatitis ; and Frerichs is of opinion that it should only be
2Section II. — Cephalic Diseases, characterized by a G-roup of
3cease for a few days and then repeat. Should there be a
4
5The paroxysm is short, lasting only a few seconds or a few min- .
63 T ellowish, cheesy, or even calcareous centres. On section, a nodule is
7
8they implicate and the symptoms to which they give rise. The
9always found in places where a large arterial trunk, by giving off
10attack into nightly paroxysms, with marked remissions during the
11to fixed points on the surface of the chest, is essential to accurate
12of the teeth, or of tartar upon them. It may be also due to gastric
13prevalence seems limited in a peculiar manner. It has been chiefly
14the third is fatal. It is only in a few instances that this number
15
16oxysm. In children the irritation of teething is the most common
17
18by drowsiness or profonnd coma; occasional semi-voluntary move-
19more pleasant if placed in the oven a few minutes before being placed on
20appear to be capable of enduring all, or almost all, varieties of cli-
21some conditions, the albuminous constituents of the food are ren-
22a no less sudden abatement or improvement between the fifth and tenth day,
23
24ately beneath the inferior edge of the sternum, which sometimes
25monia was very common among the conscripts, yet there were few
26useful in cases of feeble liver, combined with vegetable tonics, such as
27that in the foetus the laminje of the great omentum may fuse to-
28are the different forms characteristic of this loss of power. The
29effect of blood-poisoning, due to the introduction into the circulation of
30with tumid spleen and albuminous urine ; (4.) Association of these
31up the bedclothes and roll them over, is very common in the third stage.
32of the upper ribs are much greater than in men, while the abdom-
33carbonic narcosis may possibly, in some cases, retard the heart's action,
34toral muscle. By thus selecting with care, on the one hand, cases
35Scotland quoted a statement by the Medical Officer of Health for
36tube or glass, and form a sediment. If the hsematine is separate
37In lardaceous disease of the kidney, oedema is of gradual access ; the
38itching is very intolerable, prussic acid may be mingled with the
39thus, being unassimilable, is it not excreted, as in Bernard's ex-
40hands, the scrotum, or the pudenda. Sometimes it seems heredi-
41minuria does not disappear. Dr. Parkes found temporary albu-
42phthisis may supervene, and yet no tubercle in the lung may be
43set free by the putrefactive alteration In cases which prove fatal
44the thoracic and abdominal aorta on the principle here enunciated,
45feeble intellect, irascible, often epileptic, and of extreme muscular
46
47disease, although it has been observed to occur in small quantity,
48to extricate a letter, the upper lip twitches or quivers, and the chin
49of the attack all, be felt. Constriction of the chest-walls, or about the