portion to his other muscles. The power of walking since he was three

Section I. — Discoveries regarding the Structure and Functions

Secondary cancers, on the other hand, are most frequently developed

patient at rest in bed, in a room of moderate uniform temperature.

place after an enema, but generally accompanied by a large flow of

occur without any articular symptoms. It slowly advances from

the breathing becomes more accelerated and difficult, and the breathless-

to the mortality from the disease in either sex during the past

the third is fatal. It is only in a few instances that this number

pericarditis applies equally to acute endocarditis ; but the manage-

as to the good eft'ect it produces. A blister may also sometimes be

the seat of further tuberculous growth. Cicatrices of healed tu-

that there was to be a post-mortem. A very big general throm-

a first paroxysm. Numbness, paralysis, and oedema of the extrem-

in which no date can be assigned to the pneumothorax, which has

time diaphoresis and diuresis, without producing headache, vertigo,

at its base; its muscular tissue loses its strise and becomes granular; and

sembling natural sleep rather than narcosis. As a rule, the anaes-

pensated for by increased vigor of intestinal digestion. Such loss

examined by many observers. They consist of a growth of ele-

They increase after the age of eighteen, apparently progressively