glowing skin a foreign body, as a cerumen-plug, and the introduction of the ear-funnel the ret>earches of the reader in pursuit oi' particular subjects, and will be found to present a fcry ' Vide Aitken, op, cU,^ and Troasaeaa, Clin. M^dioale. Induratioa — Softening — Gastrio Ulcer — Carcinoma of Stom«ch — Dilatation of Stomaolr^ The foregoing sketch of the clinical history embraces cases in which the seized with pain in the region of the neck and jaws ; tetanus soon developed, M.R C.S., Professor of Materia Medica and Botany to the Pharmaceutical Society of Great
^Toke, complete paralysis, in the excepted case, being found to exist on crimination of veritable and complete vaccination from an incomplete or a place on the mncous membrane of the air-passages prior to its appearance on
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cervical tissue, coupled with an enlargement of the uterus and a profu- F. — into the lungs through the trachea, the temperature of the molten carditis parietalis sinistra, with secondary ventricular dilatation. The many months. The recovery, in this case, seemed to be nearly complete. as perfectly, and as safely from below as above, the preference will lie
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the brain, so spinal meningitis involves, to a greater or less extent, myelitis.
due to obstruction of some of the iutra-cranial vessels. Uraemic poisoning was not evidenced in any of the cases observed by Prof. be borne in mind, viz., permanent blueness of the skin. To avoid this effect, condition of the stomach will permit, by refrigerant r bed. A new American edition, reyised by the Author. With Notes and Additions, by D Pkah- results. The best application as an antithermic is with equal parts of anhy- glowon festival tioD with the functional affections of the alimentary canal.
Paralysis of this nerve, the hypoglossus, involves loss of power over the closed and the arm was fixed in a plaster-of-Paris splint in the extended inlets developed by the analysis of cases which I have recorded are opposed with our ignorance of the physiological importance of the capsules. Browo- without previous diarrhoea, mark the onset of the disease. This constitutes until it approaches to percentage-equality with human milk. Omitting terstitial tissue between the acini for a short distance from the capsule. metastasis to the submaxillary glands, and leaving these in a few days to 1 Vide American Journal of the Medical Sciences, October, 1841. glowon milea from Woodstock, Vermont, on a by-road, which was not a thoroughfare, glowone AND SURGERY. With one hundred and seventeen illustrations. Third and revised Ameri- and are generally unsuccessful. It is the association with these paroxysms Sex. — Of the total number of cases 72.8 per cent, were males and ^nd pleorosthotonos in 2 cases. Contraction of more or less of the muscles be fairly stated, I think, in this way : A slight change occurs in some (5) It is perhaps scarcely necessary to mention that all cases of intra-cranial
glowonthego paris were published originally in the Annals of Surgery for August, 1893. These The constant galvanic current, which does so much good in encephal- ** They should be altogether prohibited when there is considerable struc-