1time local, so that the nearest lymphatic glands often do not become
2whilst Gassaud, who states that he lost but 2 cases out. of 126 treated,
4fully, and the functions of the digestive organs improved and
5A very great variety of views have been put forward regarding
7from chronic duodenal ulcer, it is not so easy to speak with assur-
8stomach, but the mucous membrane may be removed much more
9writers on pneumonia are persuaded that acknowledge of the anatom-
11first week the brain, irritated by the presence of the clot, inflames
13and Medical Subjects, New Series, No. 63, H.M. Stationery
14in the afternoon, and remained at 102° Fahr. at nine p.m. ; is getting
15orifice. As a general rule, it supervenes earlier the earlier that
17got by giving phosphorus alimentally in an organized form, in which it
18be no bronchitis or tendency to pneumonia or pleurisy" (Parkes,
19organs, and even of arresting the further progress of the disease.
20blood, and to divert its active flow from the head. The quantity
21Almost all the water drunk passes off by the kidneys, and the
22violence, and with an increased momentum, towards the brain,
23low the normal, and betokens, with the other phenomena, the im-
25serum, thickened, opaque, often colored with hsematin, and are scattered
27am the more anxious now to do justice to those distinguished men
28the subcutaneous tissue, should be made lengthwise into the calf of the