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Magendie asserts, that in all the morbid affections of the head, such as acute and chronic hydrocephalus, in which there, is a dilatation, more or less, of the ventricles of the brain, this opening, and also the aqueduct of Sylvius, are very much dilated. But as man can apply the hand to every part of the body, there was no need of this subcutaneous muscle; yet there is here a fleshy thing that bears the name which Galen gave it, platysma myoides.
Such a conclusion, however, seems unreasonable; for the facts from which it is to be drawn are sufficiently tangible to admit of a rigid investigation. The sirictest nnliscptic precautions by Lister's method were observed both during and.subsequent to the operation. He remarked it was a curious circumstance, that the iris should have been attacked, and not the retina; it seemed more like, a priori, that the latter should suffer from the light and heat of large fires (with which the patient had been occupied during extreme warm weather) than the former, which is so habituated to the stimulus of light. That combustion of the human body can arise spontaneously, as the term implies, does not, I think, find many partisans at the present time; but as in most of the cases recorded there seems reason to believe that the patient was placed in circumstances in which-he might catch fire from ordinary causes, the question further arises, Can there be a high combustibility of the body? On this point there is not time to enter fully, as so many subjects have to come before us. Is very small, so as to cause as little injury as possible to the fibrous capsule.
He showed that it was not necessary to assign the partial retention of the fluid, to any want of contraction in the bladder substituted for the stomach, but that the true cause of such retention was the foldingover of the bladder on the edges of the oesophagus, by which it was impossible that the fluid it contained should be forced out by vomiting.
The naked-eye appearance of the growth when cut across was still that of scirrhus, and at the whole circumference it was infiltrating the neighbouring tissues. Several asthmatic attacks occurred, during which the patient was nearly suffocated. Not very long since, a coroner is reported to have used a homely phrase, rich in good counsel, attention to which, he said, would save many a man from madness, and as many from sudden death. By means of measures such as these I kept a woman alive for two hundred and forty hours without securing an ounce of urine and without the development of active toxemia. Our individual opinions shall not interfere with the EXTRACT FROM THE FIRST NUMBER. Tliis will account for the fact that some of the articles are not up to date. On account of the greater risk and the irrei)arable conditions involved in thoracoplasty, a more pressing need of collapse of tlio diseased lung and a more reliable condition of the better lung are demanded than in regard to artificial pneumothorax alone. Some escaped, notwithstanding their proximity: Mr. The dilator was now withdrawn, and a pair of forceps introduced, by which the stone was grasped in a favourable position, and extracted gradually and without force. ; though the features of various tribes and of particular individuals in each tribe show considerable diversity, a characteristic type prevails throughout the "nz" great majority of the whole people from north to south. Workers interested in the subject came from all parts of the world to study. The general line of practice, therefore, is sufficiently obvious, and will be particularised as we proceed. Kaufman, Penn., Essential Oils; Albert D.Share