appearance, have been termed chalk-stones, tophi, or tophaceous de-

cases the interruption of perspiration appeared to be complete— not

ing dentition fever; and after such fever is abated all symp-

being about thirty-five years of age. It is rarely met with under twenty-

followed by rheumatic pains and swollen joints in one whose con-

the greatest predisposition to the disease exists when troops have

Pathology. — Acute tuberculosis has usually been considered to be

vals of silence. These two sounds are unlike ; and the two periods

its layers. This effusion is seen after death in the form of compact

bations, the hyperaemia is a marked feature ; but the presence of abnor-

body a swollen state of the bronchial membrane, this explanation

says : I did not see a death from it, directly or indirectly. Yet I think

[The thermoscopic cycle in a case of pneumonia with natural evolution,

air, with impacted faeces, distends the intestines, especially in the

With regard to medicine, Plummer's pill at bedtime, followed by