been wanting in some outbreak of cerebro-spinal meningitis, or in the

diminution of tuberculous diseases, there were circumstances which

looked better in the morning, was less flushed, and had a moist skin.

for if there is anything serious going on the body-heat at this time would

acid may be poured into the tube, when the albumen present will

against the walls of the belly covering the obstructed tube, " in coils

as to give rise to loss of function, which might prove more or less per-

diminished power of reaction of the nervous centres, and finally, a

new capillary channels make their appearance, forming elongated

form, or that in which the globus hystericus occurs with convulsions ;

Professor Ale.xis Thomson's where the patient suffered from a

bath and giving him the cold douche — a remedy since more par-

man}^ instances on record in which pregnant females have got well.

undefined state of the human constitution, the existence of which

to I per cent, might develop intracranial comphcations ; but when

shall have been observed under circumstances Avhich completely fulfil

amongst a class of persons in whom, from the unfavorable circumstances

size of a man's fist. Though in most instances the hypertrophy is limited

the times of recurrence are uncertain ; sometimes the patient is at-

and fomentations. Mild saline laxatives may be given ; and when

retained as long as possible ; and the patient must resolve to tolerate

foaming at the mouth; (3.) The gradual cessation of these symp-

gether with tetanic spasms, there was found, on cutting through

tion larger. The vocal cords are often slightly congested. When the

and while the tongue cleans, the appetite improves, the distension

metallic tinkling, would probably be accepted by the skeptical

saline remedies. Dr. Basham recommends its application in the fol-

which there is accompanying anasarca. Under these circumstances

But it is now shown that the modes of adjusting the instrument

is dry. In this state the inflammation may terminate by resolution,

which the organ is converted, has been stjded "scrofulous " by Addison

and spine, either by means of ice or a freezing mixture, in Esmarch's (or

pulse, at first full and fast — ranging from sixty to seventy,