It is impossible to harmonize the various conflicting statements, but it seems fair to regard the disease as an intensely infectious phlegmon occurring under peculiar anatomical conditions. Possibly individual peculiarities in the distribution of the vessels, or insufficiency of the valves may be taken into consideration, but, generally speaking, it is a fact that a sudden closure of the femoral vein at Poupart's ligament cuts off the circulation totally in the leg, while by a gradual closure dilatation and formation of collateral branches is possible. The trigeminus, either on account of its origin, or of its distribution, clinically is known as a frequent avenue for the transmission of reflex sensations, conveyed to and through the spinal cord from a variety of sources in the organism.

The patient was left with directions to repeat the use of the oil a few times, at intervals of two or three weeks, and after this as might be indicated by the recurrence of symptoms threatening the return of the paroxysms. "The tiaitor to humanity is the traitor most accursed. In one there is usually a histoiy of previous attacks of delirium tremens, or acute hallucinosis, in which there has been an apparent recovery, or the disease may represent the termination of an acute alcoholic hallucinosis. The relative quantities of the various nitrogenous constituents of the urine enable us to judge of the quality of the intestinal metabolism of the proteids. Bosworih, writing on this subject, says:" The nasal passages contain an exceedingly important, perhaps the most important, and certainly the most intricate apparatus, connected with the function of respiration, of the whole respiratory tract, and one on whose normal functional activity depends the integrity of the whole of the mucous membrane of the respiratory tract Before speaking of this"intricate apparatus" let us see what are the functions which it should normally perform. John Ruhrah, Baltimore, In the report just issued by the U. One pretty constant feature is the low specific gravity. Tha editor mil be in the editorial office daily, except Wednesday and Sunday, from one to two-thirty p. A Case of Congenital Dislocation op the Right Hip-joint. If the blue mass is stopped, the urine Dr. " The book, it will bo perceived, is of an eminently practical character, and, as such, is addressed to those who can not afford the time for the perusal of the larger text-books, and" It is an admitted fact that the subject treated of in this work is one sufficiently obscure to thcpiofessiou generally to make any work tending to elucidation most welcome. This spread with great rapidity, resisting all treatment, and soon caused death.

Thus we may make, first, two grand divisions, viz: acute and chronic, either of which may comprise cases of essential, or primary, or accidental, or secondary phthisis, the former terms being used to designate those of early tubercular origin, and the latter, those characterized by antecedent morbid states not tuberculous. He related the result of autopsy in a recent case: The convolutions of the brain were unfolded, and the cerebral matter spread out in thin layers like a knife blade, surrounding the enclosed liquid like a bag. This was followed by symptoms of cerebral concussion which wa's an attack of petit mal, which was repeated at variable intervals: when IT years of age. The chorion may be very thin and friable, while its villosities may develop irregularly and undergo a fibro-fatty, or even myxomatous, degeneration.

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