This tint varies from a pale dingy hue to a reddish brown, or, if the urine has become alkaline, a deep greenish colour is not of unfrequent occurrence. This ansesthetic has a promptness of action, and much less liability of unpleasant and protracted secondary effects, as nausea, vomiting, etc. In his exposure of the pious deceptions of weak and wicked Christians during the first centuries of the Christian era, he notices a pretty tale of an Arian prince cutting out the tongues of some of the orthodox party, and these being as able to talk as before; nay, one of them, who had been dumb from his birth, gained the faculty of speech by losing his tongue! We find various accounts of persons who spoke more or less fluently without this organ.

Ross's theory of the transmission, through continuous and also through contiguous parenchyma, of the stimulant action, that although it is not impossible that a stimulant influence may be thus transmitted independently of the nervous system, it is most improbable that upon the common plan of merely applying irritation to a large surface of skin that happens to be opposite the inflamed organ, any precision of effects can be attained. I recollect one patient in whom the point of the coccyx snapped in three subsequent labours and healed without difficulty; and I have known one or two others where the parts snapped in the first labours and no ill One of my patients, whose case resembles most that which you refer to, had so great a turning up, I believe I must call it, of the coccyx, as to delay the labour for probably two hours, and I was strongly tempted to use the forceps, but they were not applied, and both mother and child did well. Its advantages are evident: There is less chance that the patient faint, and; of course, no necessity for removing the person after the operation. Sutton, who is generally, but erroneously, considered as being the introducer of inoculation, did nothing more, as I have already observed, than modify the treatment of the disorder. Nearly opposite the Preston Retreat, who was in labour with her eighth child. A deficiency of the black pigment of the eye is occasionally found in persons of a very fair complexion and light hair. Beef they considered the most substantial food; hence it constituted the chief nourishment of their athletae. Was one of partial placenta prsBvia. The general or constitutional symptoms, hereafter to be described, frequently beginning with it, are the most prominent in such cases. Cheyne's Pathology of the Larynx and Bronchi appeared before the medical world, an opinion has been very generally prevalent that croup is under any circumstances an unfit case for operation. According to the laws of optics, these reflected rays, in proceeding out of the eye, must pursue, in an opposite direction, exactly the same course which they took on entering it. Complete extension of the arm causes no pain, and it is only when flexion is carried beyond a right angle that complaint is elicited (opinie). De Vesle he obsequiously said, c Monsieur, je suis votre D'Alembert, he nodded to him with a' Bonjour, Monsieur!'" On such occasions a condescending smile from power is considered a fee. The author thought that veins were not ordinarily obstructed by the effusion of such lymph, although it was not his intention to affirm that this never took place. This condition had been growing worse for three months, and was attended with tension of the skin, bright "forum" hyperemia, and burning pain.

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