In one case the disease manifested itself after two and a half mouths' quarantine, and in tlio otlier after a vicriod of four mouths.

The essential symptoms of disease, are those which are necessary to make the disease, to constitute the idea of the disease. I have, however, to add a few suggestions which have occurred to me in the course of ably described: the direct reflex from the action of the vapour of chloroform on the respiratory surface. There is generally at first more or less confusion, giddiness, and drowsiness; perhaps even stupor, or watchfulness. The first gives a blue color with iodine; the second, a power and the absorptive power of the stomach.

As a rule, symptoms of digestive disturbances without apparent cause precede the more characteristic signs. In addition to the oriliiiary signs already (diserved, the surfaces of tlie teats and udder are involved in tlie vesicular eruption; the gland within is also affected by the animal poison, and is hot, tender, and swollen. At first it occurs often and soon after eating, but as the dilatation increases it is less frequent and does not take place until some hours after a meal. If it occur in children, it is called" roseola infantilis" The patches are of all sizes; and sometimes they are diffused very generally over the body; but if not, still they are pretty numerous. There is nothing in science which has any such influence.

For my part, looking on the scene that has been presented, without any prejudice, and simply as an observing learner, I have been forced to a conclusion which may be briefly stated.

The water from this swamp was drained into the Peconic River.

Tho rest of the book deals with the various manifestations of tubercle ot tho lungs and their radiographic appearances.

REPORT OF THE SURGEON GENERAL OF THE ARMY. This may be direct or indirect according to laboratory terms: direct only by mechanical means as when an oestrus larva destroys the testes, and indirect when microbe toxins act as cyto-toxins A still more indirect influence, but quite as effective, however, is when the nutrition cells fail to aid in making good germ cells. - excluding those cases where there was reason to believe that the murmur was really the so-called Flint, or was due to pericardial friction, we have taken as signs of mitral stenosis au apical presystolic murmur or a definitely apical murmur in diastole. The blood is driven on with great force; and if you merely treat it as inflammation, the haemorrhage, for the most part, ceases; whereas, in passive inflammation, if you were to annihilate the force of the blood from behind, by debilitating measures, you would only increase the mischief; you would only increase the relaxation of the vessels, and make them more liable to give way than before. The head feels stuffed and heavy, particularly over the eyes and about the root of the nose, an increased discharge issues from the nose, causing soreness and excoriation, and there is sneezing, watering of the eyes, sore throat, etc.

Chronic muscular rheumatism is common all over China, but is unattended by fever. Surgeons and Assistant Surgeons of your establishment, wliich you have observations of the several members of your Government upon them, we in addition to the pay of a captain in the corps in which he may serve a which is to cover the expense he may incur in visiting patients. The surface of the ulcer is uneven, covered with imperfect granulations, and presents a glistening appearance of a mottled yellowish-red color. AN ACUTE ATTACK OF ASTHMATIC DYSPNOEA been unable to sleep and had breathed with great difficulty. American troops in other countries (enlisted men).

As regards cost tlie first is contributory, and the second is free.


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