must have taken place. There was also an accumulation of blood

contracted ; eyes bulged out and very red; if compelled to

blood is to be regarded as a secondary phenomenon, due to the absorp-

three per cent, of all diseases are due to the same cause, about two

by including among his original cases some which did not present

or a feeling of binding around the forehead or occiput, or pressure on the

Centripetal or Acute Uxtenso-progressive, Paralysis. The celebrated

frequently described as shooting from the centre to the vertex, the

igi2. • Wilkic, Edin. Med. Joum., May 1911. ' Katzenstcin, Arch. j. hlin.

alkali being sent to the kidney, that organ is enabled to remove

ganic lesions of the lesser intestinal tract are in many respects pre-

and not inclined to heal, mix thirty grains ot Nitrate of Silver

to the resolution of the inflammation by the natural cell-therapeutics

textures with which we have to deal. When patients suffering

After some remission of chest symptoms, special nervous phe-

2. Cases in which there is a very moderate amount of degeneration

(c.) Observe trie thoracic movements, and estimate in seconds the

attended to in cases of slow digestion. If a fair amount of exercise

palsy of the intercostal and abdominal muscles. If the paralyzing

tion, or by dividing the pneumogastric nerve ; (2.) When the

the epileptic state varies from the most severe paroxysm to simple vertigo,

ease, as well as of any hereditary tendency, the build, and a history of

heat over the epigastric region. The functions of the liver are

agus, and stomach. After puberty this form of inflammation is

and is probably the right one, if for the term inflammation one could be

attacks of difficult breathing, which are of longer or shorter duration.

compound syrup of the phosphates (chemical food), and arsenic, may all

Having thus ascertained the percentage of alcohol in wine, beer,

pitch than the inspiratory ; this is tracheal respiration. Laryngeal res-

actions in them. There may be ... . flatulence and other distress of the

which contributes to the body no serviceable structure must be

the end of 1860. He writes : " I was soon led to associate the iodide of

stream of blood, become fixed in the artery. Recovery may ensue

that organ be merely inflamed or hypertrophied, without other

tenance congested ; anasarca of lower ex- tenance often chlorotic ; anasarca absent,

casional sultry days, and when the alternations of temperature are

debilitated, serum alone will be effused. In both cases the joints are

by iodine ; but a chemical reaction takes place in the case of the

(1.) Acute febrile (Galloping Consumption).* Of this form there are