signs of extension to the face are a diminished mobility of the lips,, Attention must not be limited to the paroxysm alone., the cough and the sneeze are usually accompanied with a distinctly laryn-, upon the diseased part, as in some cases it is desirable to do, and with, them the ulcer was situated on the posterior wall of the dumUnum., Death is generally by coma, or from paralysis of the heart by lesion, often more marked in the eye corresponding to the hemisphere most se-, mented, rotated, polarised light to the right, and gave a positive, March, April, and May, in Paris (Grisolle). In 456 cases of pneumonia, shown that the effused liquid is serous (I. c, p. 193). Hence, I, " a dull paiu, or some degree of tenderness in the right hypochon-, to the circumference. They are of considerable density and firm-, and Rokitansky first gave a clear account of its essential charac-, however, the swamp or other source of the poison is of small ex-, this disease, began to use the bromide of potassium in large doses towards, ing phthisis. " The much greater prevalence of phthisis in most, ures of treatment are employed, the recovery may be rapid and, Local Phenomena in Cases of Rheumatism, . . . . . . . 48, causes of death. There are many circumstances which favor the, into tubercle In the absence of more accurate knowledge than, chiefly the result of the inanition necessarily implied by frequent vomit-, bones are imperfectly grown ; and there is often a greater want of, tury, when the work of Corvisart appeared, followed by those of, 28, 1863, et seq., and to the separate monographs by these writers,, heat and lameness, varying in their inttjnsity. When bog, patients become extremely depressed and ill if water is withheld, the respiratory organs. The Grecian, Roman, and Arabian physicians