istence of scrofulous disease, especially of the lungs, in this country.

A sufficient approximation to the truth for clinical purposes is

of nervous depression which seems essential to the occurrence of

regulation of temperature in a room suited for the purpose of such

less prolonged spasm of the circular muscular fibre, and that such

dum has been found ruptured, and the ventricles have freely com-

the conditions under which gangrene of the lung occurs :

Syn., Halbseitige Lahmung ; Italian Eq., Emiplegia.

any mental emotion will excite it, as anger, disappointment, jeal-

are alike affected ; sometimes those near the surface are chiefly implicated ;

ebony is to be condemned. (2.) The stethoscope should be of one piece

If elaterium may not be deemed advisable, a saline draught of

Another improvement is the abolition of the check-spring, which used

evidence of cell-transformation indicates the nature and direction

opposition to the sex frequenc3^ Duodenal ulcer is four times more

injury, or under chloroform, sudden death is extremely apt to super-

Dr. Sanderson gives a somewhat different explanation of the same

When reaction follows the collapse, as indicated by heat of skin,

few ; and very great care is necessary in its employment, so that the

The patient should be well nourished, and quinine, iron, and arsenic are

cardium, have all at some time been included under the common

brain varies according to the time which elapses before the patient

feet are cold, and towards morning there is generally a little more

-disease is distributed or propagated, or the manner in which certain