mucus, from its cohesion, is apt to form thin transparent flakes or

(Christison) ; [or, a mustard plaster over the lower cervical and

tions the mental faculties become dulled, confused, and finally ob-

The nausea, squeamishness, or even sickness, which with some are

small intestine, and in females the broad ligaments, the Fallopian

the disease appeared to have been excited by accidents, taking in-

to express the proportions observed by the eye is as follows :

food, and remains during one or two hours, which correspond to

hemiplegia, the palsy is unilateral. In double facial paralysis — a

thickened, and the movements of the joint permanently interfered with.

For a more accurate analysis, it is necessary to wait for twenty-

remedies. But whatever purgative may be selected, it will be

now entertained by most of those eminent physicians who have

of his family ; but it should be remembered that the mind remains

large bronchial branches. The extreme frequency of the respiration in

by the third or fourth day. Convulsive fits soon pass into uncon-

half beyond the nipple, it is most probably due to mitral regurgita-

ach may be spared when necessary, and the food encouraged to pass

murmurs. It has been observed by Yogel and others, however, that

Other causes are giving brisk cathartics, drinking impure or

and the chlorine are diminished, especially towards the last. Albumen

deaths during the second; being a little more than 8 cases per 1000 of

or the pneumonia is double. Andral, Bouillaud, Hourmann, Dechambre,

be sensible of the presence of some of his former feelings, and at

sharp border gently slopes outwards and downwards, so as to occupy

localized in the lung-tissue about the affected air-tubes, the generalized

the sputum, sometimes in large quantities, as in phthisis, at other

time. (For more details on Rickets and its treatment, consult the

4. A 'peculiar tendency to ulcerate, preceded by softening, with no