1developed ; but chronic bronchitis remains persistent. On this point
4spread). 1 have already indicated this and the fact that this
5tional diseases. Every intelligent patient may aid his physician,
6certainty in the results of most of those tests. He recommends
7hardening the preparation in alcohol, solid casts can be picked out.]
8(6.) Free round or oval nuclei alone sometimes compose a medullary
9one-grain doses three times daily, and, where the stomach is irritable, in
12practitioners use one- to three-grain doses of the acetate of lead every
13lateralis muscle of the affected side (Mackenzie). The disease is prob-
15a temperature of 96° Fahr., used every morning for half an hour,
16tile, and to replace the spirit by turpentine, with which it is not miscible.
20living frog, through a fistulous opening, into the stomach of a dog, and showing
21the pericardium to the pleurae of opposite sides may so bind down
23The extent and power of the impulse of the heart ought now to
24lence of the attack is subdued, increasing confidence in the ultimate
28chloridi, in doses of ten to thirty minims in water, or infusion of
29somewhat resembling those of chorea are sometimes seen at the
31disease of other organs, and well-marked cachexy, either the result of
33the apex beat is to be determined ; (4.) The character of the impulse
36the air of a statue rather than that of a living being, and he ap-
37The nostril on the paralyzed side is more closed than on the sound
38generally very minute, though sometimes conspicuous to the naked eye.
39In most of the cases in which I had the opportunity of watch-
40devised by Dr. Easton for the preparation of the phosphates of iron,
42given of tubercle, that, in the words of Bennett, " every morbid an-
43e. g., paralysis from the use of the vetch known as the lathyrus sati-
45the skin over the surface of the spleen, in reducing its enlargement,
46at first, but gradually extending both backward and forward,
47rowed, and ultimately entirely obliterated; while the still patent
48well as physical. The countenance is pallid, and assumes an aspect
49agency. The new fibrous tissue is sometimes seen in isolated patches of
50the superior longitudinal sinus, and at the maximum intensity over