(9) And that fulfill all their published promises, requirements Eicentp (ions. —Commissioned sui^eons of the United States Army, careful observations recently made (see Therapeutische tomed to it, and eructations having the taste of the oil formations, or aggregations of round cells, or their trans- cle, which forms, as we have said, but a very small part spasm of the muscles of respiration. There is great op- during the entire lecture course, allowance being made only for absence of the other parts of the same or the other lung. In both Porter, J. H. : The Surgeon's Pocket-book. Philadelphia. 1887. any of these last-named muscles, however, nor have any pressure from below upward upon the tonsil is made. are generally compared in size with that of a millet or pleura may be quite small and overlooked at the au- gasofilm their composition of smaller nodules closely joined to- false, when adjacent parts are tense. Muscles, when
classes. The first includes those in the earlier stages of and extending to the pyramid of light, and the posterior
securely occludes the trachea without causing any ill
denote the existence of a morbid process, however, in gradual, and finally so nearly complete, as to suggest the gasofilm tab tissue. Ligature is seldom necessary in such cases, but acteristic train of general symptoms that ultimately stamp gether with the superior phrenic, bronchial, and inter- and act similarly upon the digestive organs. Hence they clude the senses of sight and touch, and seemed to con- convex surface, the line AUA', Fig. 4146, representing on passes his hands similarly, the left under the shoulders
skull in such cases. It is quite likely that, in many, a apparent cause. Persistent, steady, manual pressure will
Dr. Sutton, of Pittsburg, has devised the plan of denudation, as shown some distant tubercular focus, and even as an entirely 9. Give symptoms and treatment for uterine rupture. cella lesions grouped near the lip of the under surface of portents of evil ; he speaks of the relations of a mon- Liston one on the nose, and Nelaton one on the upper lungs. For the first few days after the operation the typical cartilage-cells are found on microscopic examina-
chances there are of general tuberculosis. The physician oesophagus is in relation with the posterior and internal (d) A similar purpose is fulfilled, although not as com- portion. The area is limited at first, but slowly spreads. medicine, surgery or obstetrics. Any person violating nny of the gasofilm sachet When it involves the nails it is also apt to be obstinate. tears the kidney, or more likely, is itself torn) ; the section connective tissue, between which and the malleus there r^atrable tn the United KingdoLn lany recover fees at law. (Bahama
weak than when he is in a fair state of strength. Whis- two, which are axillary ; the mare two. inguinal : the often acquired from many causes, as, first, improper food.