1those persons having been affected, though keeping up a free com-
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3annihilation, their place being marked merely by origins and in-
4country ; but as the lands were cleared up and cultivated malarious affec-
5these lobes were several empty cavities, lined by pyogenic membrane. In the infe-
6rheumatism (Basham, Garrod, Fuller) show that it acknowledges
7the destruction of the tissue with which it is surrounded. It con-
8in an absolute change of sex. Dr. Arnold saw a man who fancied
9any other cause. Laennec, however, mentions a case in which it
10surface of the lung, and extends in an inverse direction, — towards the
11cases did not more nearly resemble each other than did the post-
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13Generally it is slight, temporary, and often recurrent. It is rarely a per-
14to take a long walk ; and sometimes (in expectation merely) enjoys
15106°,] in which the patient is to remain a short time only, and to be im-
16lungs, projecting from the pulmonary artery. They were proved to
17holic stimulants are rarely required. In the typhoid form of the disorder,
18early stages of the disease, in which the tincture of the per -chloride of
19in order to replace the water in the tissue by spirit, which is more vola-
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22large vessel. When the venous murmurs are strong, they may not
23ports four cases, three of which followed sj'philis, and the fourth was
24columns of nerve-cells and join the longitudinal fibres. Their func-
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28tions among organic valvular diseases. If the area be mitral, it is
29pigment may be all that remains of the acini ; and in this way
30it should be given. Nothing appears in favor of brandy, ammonia, cam-
31Diagnosis. — The diagnosis of the disease consists in demonstrat-
32in which symptoms of sunstroke did not supervene at all ; and they
33about which I was ignorant at the time I published my papers.