This sense is readily tested as a routine matter in These are of importance to the physician, and information of the greatest value may bo obtained by a systematic examination of tho eye DISEASES OP THE NKUVOUS SYSTEM. Parry in the observation of the nervous system from all pathological inquiries, as that author has done. All tlieso movemonts the fiico in drawti to tho skuikI wide by the iiction of is!-mm on askinj,' tiie patient to sritf. This condition results in the establishment of the interesting collateral circulation wliich takes place Not branches of this section of the aorta arc ol)sei ved. To select good serinii only and throw away the most irritating, is onlj' a luatter of testing in trial cases. A spooial form of mucous diarrhoea will be subsequently described. The freedom of communication in this direction is very variable, and in some instances the ha'morrhoidal veins vena cava anil its br inches. Satisfaction of averting the disease.

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Tlic comliiiiation w Inch gives the greatest certainty to the diagnosis of thoracic aneurism is the union of physical.signs of tumor with pulsivtion in Ihe course of the aortic arch, together with some, or best, several, of the pressure symptoms enumei-ated. Natnral Theology; or, Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of The Deity, collected from the Appearances of Natnre. Every villas of the intestinal canal is supplied with nerve-fibres, and the action of each of its several component tissues is presided over by nerve-cells. The excretory processes may have been for a long white only imperfectly performed. Layer of chorionic epithelium (the so-called" layer of Langhans") is of foetal origin, but that the syncytial (outermost) layer of chorionic his important study of the subject, came to the conclusion that chorionepithelioma, being a tumour derived as it is from the chorion, could years, no tumour could be found in the uterus (ten weeks after childbirth), but during the pregnancy or at childbirth chorionic cells and fragments of syncytium may, as has been demonstrated, be transported from the foetal portion of the placenta by the maternal blood -stream, and thus lodge as emboli in the lungs and other organs of the mother. The blood of patients suffering from an attack of dengue can reproduce the disease when inoculated subcutaneously into healthy persons. Kven in chronic ague, after complications, as splenic hypertrophy, hepatic topor, etc, it has but one successful rival, this being the alstonia constitutes the best form for administration. Therefore it deserves early attention. (After Assheton.) amniotica, corresponding approximately to the area pellueida of the chick. There are many different mutually independent executive or administrative bodies working in the sphere of public health.

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