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When the growth is homes deep and there is no capsule it may be rapidly extirpated by means of the sharp curette (v. By this we do not wish to part say that we regard better hopes for the future as illusory. His legs were much swelled, and pitted on pressure. His second or spasmodic variety, indeed, as far as the definition went, might have signified rather synizesis, or impediment to vision from great and permanent contraction of the pupil.

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Cullen observes, with nearly a like reputation and success; though it is by no means improbable been either a bronchocele, or a general enlargement of the lymphatic glands on each side of the neck and behind the jaw; for, besides the fact that the parotid gland is seldom or never the seat of scrofula, the extension of the disease under the chin seems to prove that the disease could t The strongest facts on record proving the usefulness of iodine in scrofulous diseases, are those published by Dr. : A tablespoonf ul twice or thrice a Some experience is needed to tell when, or when not, iron is required as an integral portion of a tonic. In finder arithmetic, especially, she could make no progress, and it was with great difficulty that she learned to count up to ten.

And we also sometimes meet with cases in which, from a peculiar diathesis, the capacity of the vessels is unduly contracted, while no change takes place in the ordinary supply of blood.

See nursing Vascular System: Injuries TO Blood-vessels. " Drunkards," says he," at that time of life which disposes to phthisis, frequently fall a sacrifice to this form of the disease; and those who have been long subject to severe attacks of dyspepsy, and what are called bilious complaints, are liable to it. In the ERECT TETANUS, in which there is a balance of spastic action between the anterior and posterior sets of muscles, the progress of the disease is not essentially different.