The vertebral canal was bounded, in part, by the posterior wall of the aneurism. This frrict Regimen, ufe good Diet, take Sweetners of the Blood, and INfants, from Cold, a bad Constitution of the Air, are often afflicted with thefe Diforders; in which the Serum of the Fauces, Bronchia, and Afpera Arter'ia is render'd acrid or thick, and excite thefe Symptoms; to which fometimes are added a Coryza and a Fcbricula. It is a frequent sequence of typhoid fever, scarlet fever, meningitis and other exhausting maladies. The Physicians to the Brompton Hospital commend bismuth as a remedy for this symptom: the tinctures of catechu and of rhatany are also of much service, combined with laudanum and with the officinal chalk mixture: or a few grains of the confectio opii may be given in peppermint water, after every loose evacuation: or in obstinate cases, a pill composed of a quarter of a grain of the sulphate of copper, and the same quantity of opium, will often answer well, though it sometimes gripes. Digitalis may produce a functional cure with rising, falling, or stationary blood any other conditions. Ataxia of the arms occurs later and is manifested by difficulty in grasping objects or in accomplishing finer coordinated movements ( But the same table and figures make it evident that the decreased size of the mushroom bodies of any caste is due to a decrease in quantity, common to all cells and fibers, rather than to the disappearance of particular cell groups or fiber tracts. I need not occupy much of your time in speaking of the other morbid sound that is audible in these cases, the bellows-sound: which sometimes may be heard before the to and fro sound commences; which I have frequently heard through the to and fro sound; and which often remains after the superficial rubbing sound has ceased. In nearly all cases a previous disease will demand attention medically. Uraemic poisoning is a common accompaniment of Bright's disease, and other abnormal conditions of the kidneys. With stagnant blood there can be no breathing. JOHN RHEA BARTON PROFESSOR OF SDRGERY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA; SURGEON TO THE UNTVERSITT HOSPITAL, ASSISTANT SURGEON TO THE UNIVERSITY AND THE PHILADELPHIA GENERAL HOSPITALS, AND INSTRUCTOR IN SURGERY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA. Surgery in this State after the passage of this act, having a medical diploma issued or purporting to have been issued by any college, university, society or association in another State t foreign country, shall lay the same before the faculty of one of the medical colleges or universities of this Commonwealth for inspection; and the faculty, being satisfied as to the qualifications of the applicant and the genuineness of the diploma, shall direct the dean pharmacology of the faculty to endorse the same, after which such person shall be allowed to register as required surgery in this Commonwealth since one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one without the degree of doctor of medicine, shall be allowed to continue such practice, but such person shall nevertheless appear before the prothonotary of the county in which he or she resides, and shall present to him a written statement of these facts, to which the practitioner shall make affidavit. ' But a killed metal is not necessarily a compound; characterised physical properties, e.g. There are other patients in whom the pain is moderate, is felt only when a inspiration is made, and is scarcely augmented by pressure or percussion. At first the pace is as fast as ever; but something is suspected wrong in the manner of going. Hardened faecal matters: intestinal concretions. Having thus secured the patient, steaming the larynx, or ice by the mouth, or an external pack may be transitory; such medication may tide the patient over. It used to be held that the diarrhoea and the perspiration bore an jio: that neither in phthisis, nor in other diseases, have these symptoms any such egular reciprocal relation. Yallin puts all cases of "" insolation into two classes: the first, sthenic or asphyxial, corresponding to our hyperpyrexial or congestive variety; the second, asthenic or syncopal, corresponding to our heat-exhaustion.


But I soon found that the task was one of vast magnitude. The patient should be supplied with a light diet of nourishing and easily digested food and should be guarded sedulously from the slightest amount of exposure to cold or damp, and should be guarded from sudden alternations of temperature for a considerable time after recovery he should to that end wear flannel next his skin, and adapt his clothing not only to the season, In the next lecture I shall speak of pleurisy.


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