the labyrintJi became invaded then the risk of intracranial complica-
other at the circumference, but differing in structure externally and inter-
or even to project so far back as to cause dyspnoea. Dr. Graves
the body is overheated, is shown in 409 cases, of which 101 could be re-
gressive emaciation and debility, languor, lassitude, and indolence,
convulsions and coma, there is commonly meningo-cerebritis of con-
account for the more constant occurrence of their congested state
even perhaps to move his head in answer to questions. His back is
Next to the lines of propagation of the sounds being determined
endocarditis multiple emboli had been scattered throughout the
the edges of the wound, and the peculiar gangrene of the marrow which