Diagnosis and Treatment of the Principal Forms of Paralysis of the
erally in every organ and every structure of one and the same body
ciated with the elimination of oxalates. "Water containing lime
in the horse usually extending from the sheath forward; the
shown that the affection essentially begins by a real coagulation of
pecially occurs in cases where there is little expectoration and no
cases. After the patient has in some degree revived, and the con-
Treatment. — The medicines most useful in hcemopty&is are the
so very distinct from them, and are possessed of such constant fea-
sion had taken place, it was generally into the cavities of the
nary congestion ; and if an attack is imminent, an emetic, or un-
tected in the nervous centres after death, either as a consequence or
by subsidence of the previously existing articular inflammation. In
cell-element of cancer, as now described, in all cases, from the cells
tumultuous, and its impulse forcible, cupping between the shoulders
contagion, occurring in connection with childbirth, and often associated
commence in the subcellular pharyngeal membrane, and an abscess
been determined regarding this morbid state is that there are two
the great sympathy between the uterus and the peritoneum — a
is constantly saccharine, but the amount of sugar varies extremely, and
case, a boy, should be thrown out, as he died before the operation was
* This analysis, to be satisfactory, should be made on tubercles at different peri-
whether the whole acts of respiration are quicker or slower than
round the cor 'pus dentatum cerebelli. One of these contained a fluid
along the centre of the sternum, or inclining a little to the left side,
it liable to be thrown into disorder by causes insufficient materially
may have been obtained on a previous occasion. The main danger
conium ; or the ethereal tincture of Indian hemp and hydrocyanic
such tonic remedies as may be indicated by a careful inquiry into
redness, no swelling, and no tenderness save only on movement ; but
arose. They are formed by one or several appendices ejiijiloica-.
stethoscope conveys the same sound-impression through a distinct channel to each ear,
Dr. Easton kindly sent it to me for publication in the previous edi-
Nellore, Masnlipatam, Rajahnmndry, Vizagapatam, Chicacole, Bel-