1of treatment, but there are exceptions to this rule. In cases where
2ordinarily be required. If you cannot get Scotch Oil apply
3analysis are worth a rush " [Report on Cheap Wines, p. 6). With all
4his needle ; the shoemaker wonders that he cannot thrust his awl ;
5tissue mag here and there be distinguished, but the whole mass becomes
8It tends to prove fatal by — (1.) Perforation ; (2.) Hemorrhage ;
11exposed to the sun on the day of attack ; one had been slightly
12a few days, or in a few weeks, or in a few months, but more com-
14to cancers are only stop-gaps, tending to retard inquiry, — e. g.,
15iu death by asphyxia — namely, excessive engorgement of the lungs,
16of the jx-lvic colon, which often ascends to it (and to the duodenum)
17more regular, and the countenance more natural; and at length the
18M. Hardy, of the Hopital St. Louis, classifies skin diseases accord-
19cesses to it. Pyrexia, when present, is secondary, and generally
21connected with insanity, and with every structural disease of the
22the disease is about to end fatally, the quantity of water and of the
23Give two ounces every three or tour hours in a little water
24act for the best in diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment. Every
25mounted by a tumor almost as big as the heart itself. The inner
26in a thinning of the muscular parietes of the organ (/. c, vol. i, p.
27has returned, increased in quantity, the signs continue as described,
28and tonics. His conclusions are, that : (1) the mercurial treatment is by
29associated, either from the beginning or during its course, with car-
30small quantity of bread, if they greatly crave it, for, as he remarks, there
31contagion, occurring in connection with childbirth, and often associated
32without dislocation, give absolute rest and apply hot
33exercise during the cool of the evening ; or, at all events, to leave