ence, that purging, either with mild or strong cathartics, whether, mediately mitigating, and so far as his individual observation goes, meas-, suppurating corn (see corns]. It the patient has picked up a, subject of "Goitre" (vol. i, p. 791). Although it seems that some, casional attacks of headache occur, with or without vascular ex-, trophy, when the cavities enlarge or dilate, and the muscular walls, bonates and bicarbonates, often give relief, as well as the salts of, and heterologous part of cancer. The relative quantity of these, In chronic gout iodide of potassium is a remedy of service, especially, Textures of the same anatomical character are always in contact, death occurring by asphyxia from paralysis of the respiratory muscles,, emaciated, together with a singular immobility or incapacity of, lung is thrown to the right side, and the inner margin of the left, the bowels. A physical examination of the belly may disclose a, the half-cylinder against the shoulder (b) ; a small portion of muscle is, locality is usually the space below the ensiform cartilage of the, Bright's disease altering the quality of the blood, tending thereby, brain-substance generally in acute ramollissement are by no means, Average Proportion of some Constituents of the Blood, . . . . 248, opening of a pleural effusion into the lung. Indeed, tubercular, are all mentioned. " Consumption was the most considerable of the diseases which, Some of the most exact data we possess regarding the pathology, drachm of the tincture of kino or of catechu, after every loose stool,, of the circulating fluid (Budd) ; (2.) The constancy of premonitory, after-treatment consists in the application of a few leeches to the, weary and unrefreshed by sleep. He is irritable, and often depressed, gives salines in small doses, and seems to prefer the acetate of ammonia, Treatment. — In cases of reflex paralysis means must be taken — 1st., 1857, to the 17th of April, 1858, when the regiment arrived at, Mental, Sensorial, and Motorial Phenomena associated with Congestion,, domen, caused by a violent contraction of the muscular fibre of, psychical relations of the sense of hunger are altered; there is no appe-, attended by severe pain, extending to mental emotion ; and frequently accom-