1whole body which is so different from fever on the one hand or
2the organs they cover to become diseased, and that these partial in-
3which the inferior corresponds to the secretion of the liver, and the su-
4turia. lie has shown us that one of the natural functions of the
5coincidently with them in ten, and preceded them in thirty-three.
6as in hearts with one auricle and one ventricle ; with imperfect
7piece, or less, to that of half-a-crown. It is in this latter form and
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9scarcely even water when given alone. It is under such circum-
10pulse, condition of the urine, and tendency to crisis ; and these ob-
11traindicated " (p. 914). The treatment by large doses of cinchona was
12like fibres traversing the cortical substance, appear to be due to an excess
13general, the proportion of cases being as .84 to .16 per cent. ; and
14penter, and Basham, — may it not be suggested as a topic for further
15thematous diseases which, by weakening the constitution, tend to
16remarkable for the severity of their general symptoms. But from
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18Stifle-joint lameness is usually detected by the manner in
19(a) A case of bronchiectasis to illustrate oxygen replacement
20to reappear at the end of a few days or even weeks, when they are fatal ;
21of the acute hydrocephalus (of Whytt, Cullen, and Abercrombie, now
22female, with her relatively low pylorus and lax duodenum, is borne
23addition to being weak and intermittent, will become small, ir-
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27rismal sac gapes to receive it. The dicrotism is increased in these
28and forty-five, while cases from disease of the heart and liver are
29my practice to have all my cases resected, but latterly I have had
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31of giddiness ; and of continuously intermittent general or local pain
32Symptoms: — Invariably the horse leaves the stable in the
33cess in colds. the start, or treatment is commenced in-