Section III. — Physical Examination of the Chest.
parts depending upon it for nervous influence — paralysis by irritation and
body ; then there is effusion into the peritoneum, next into the pleura,
stays : but it does not appear to be altogether owing to these. In
lot of ordinary people. They are generally courageous and reso-
of the murmur is due to obstruction of one or more of the bron-
more to do than it can accomplish. The powers of digestion are
officers is recommended, and has been established, in all the
tures are unaffected, except the Malpighian capsules, which may become
which has a granular appearance, as if studded Avith miliary tubercles.
num, across the cartilages of the sixth and seventh ribs backwards
version and dulness of intelligence, and great apathy, though the patient
healthy tissue of the lung ; but in the hepatized lung it seems, from Ver-
the intellect and senses, anaesthesia, hyperesthesia, lessened and perverted
Louis, and Todd, state that these opaque patches can easily be dis-
may be found in the urine sediment. After the paroxysm the
curred an enormous secretion of it, of a dark color, and loaded with
months to accumulate. The duration of the disease is indefinite.
however, the spleen was found enlarged, and in its centre an abscess
Treatment: — Put the animal in a good comfortable place,
pressed by the growth of tubercle in the lungs, but certainly and
they have become continuous. This cysto-colic ligament w^is
redness and dryness of the mucous membrane of the nostrils,
it is believed the description of the sounds are more easily studied
mean serum charged with pus cells — I Jiave frequently aspirated
ning in 31. Old persons not unfrequently complain of dull pain about
white, or light straw-colored, frothy, muco-purulent matter; or it may
be said to be the only scourge which occasionally, as an epidemic,
tion, and obtain at least the good-will of the patient by sympa-
at Cambridge this term (May 1914) I found extensive folds of
piece of the Plantor Nerve, at the pastern, between the fetlock
citrate of ammonia, to which may be added one, two, or three drachms
generally oval, and vary in size from a pea to the size of a hen's