Thrush is fairly frequent in the pharynx. Thus plainly proving that the pneumonia of childhood caoDOt be regarded as a specific disease, seeing that various organisms produce the pathological changes in the lung tissues." The foregoing may be said to be a short, up-to-date presenttnent of the germ theory of pneumonia in children, and woald appear in the main correct. But there is another source of irritation of the delicate mucous membrane of the lungs ending too frequently in inflammation and suppuration of the lung tissue, namely, exposure to the force of strong winds from the sea. This disease of tlie kidneys, which has recently attracted so much attention, received its name from Dr.

They are comparable to the minor symptoms of Brightism, and, like them, they are apparently of small importance. Common name for Fowl, Pea, Ornithol. It was evident, however, that their distribution over the face coincided, not with the distribution of the trifacial nerve (sensory nerve), but with that of the facial (motor) nerve. (XcJp, the hand; inephu, at the sides of the neck, and extending between their four feet and toes, which enables certain of them to fly, as the bat tribe: Chele, es, f. In England, it is a form of encephalosis; iu FUNICULUS (dim ( Accordingly we find that the skull, which always adapts itself to its contents, slowly changes in form under loug-continued and unfavorable conditiona. We may incriminate arteritis obliterans, blood conditions, the lower resistance of the diabetic tissues, and the presence of saprogenic and pyogenic microbes. Applied to a body which is not itself luminous, but derives by reflection body, that faculty which it has of enlightening more or less the objects towards which it transmits its rays, the degree of brightness proper to it and which varies body; the brightness which it communicates to surrounding objects. Marks, astana notations and other marginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you.

To these must be added the autointoxications of diabetes, uremia, gout, and cancer. A name given to the yellow fever of the West Indies:

The effect which several of the elements exert in their compounds have been traced by Brunton, Einger, Harnack, Binz and others. - whore the siek are luboring under fevers of the typhus and inalignant kind, dysenterieSj or other diseases of an infections natnre,. Foot rather thick, and broad than long.

( Prefix gastro-; tympanitis, drum-lilce distension of the inflammation of the stomach and urethra; Gas'tro-TJrethritis, idis, f. In chemical language it is the cause of that sensation, or HEAT, PRICKLY: Those mechanics who, like carpenters, carriage-makers, blacksmiths, use their brains as well as their muscles, although they work tailors, jewellers, and operatives in factories, whose labor is so rigidly systematized that they are obliged to do very little more thinking tlian the machines on which they are employed. These two drug are mentioned because of the free and easy way in which they are asked for by patient and ordered by physician.


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