1cachexia is brought about are apparent in the physical condition
4advance forward from .02 to .07 inches. The left fourth, flfth, and
5local areas of lowered resistance ; {4) reflex nervous spasm of the
6edge why one part rather than another should be the seat of can-
7The inflammation may have its seat in the fibrous envelope of
9the most common predisposing cause ; while fits of intemperance
15dition is technically called paraplegia. It implies palsy and loss of
16been 5| per cent., and the average time required to effect the cure
17urate of soda. Earl}* in the disorder there is neither albumen nor casts ;
19of our present knowledge on the subject by Dr.Westphal, of Berlin, transla-
20rapidly as possible, and it is perhaps better to begin with thirty-grain
21fixed like a statue, fearing to move a muscle or a limb, lest he
22disease in his family for four hundred years, and in which the
23or sciatic neuralgia, similar pressure over corresponding regions
25locomotor ataxy, cerebral and spinal softening, hysteria, but with the
27of diet. They form part of almost all the tissues ; and, being espe-
28eminent physicians it is an operation which ought never to be
31cases even had symptoms of melana and ha?matemesis cured by
32large ; hence, when obstruction to the pulmonary and systemic ve-
33the friction-sound is of a rubbing or grating character. The period
36dated lung. If, however, the same cavities are empty and superfi-
3742. Series of Wood-cuts, showing the Larynx from Moderate Closure to full
38disintegration ; and by perfect rest the loss of flesh may be still
39further growth, while the dryness of the season and the diminished
40cases of diphtheria and croup where the membrane extends from the lungs
41point of exit of this small nerve ; and pressure over the frontal emi-
42and bisulphites, and permanganate of potash, have been proposed, and
43the absence of eruption, and the rapid formation of the numerous
44patient. While the apparent connection of bronzing of the skin
45from it all the benefit which it can afford (Jackson).
46general remaining only a few hours, or at most a few days, after
47lost after the mastoid operation, death being due to meningitis