Gross, he did believe in gradual dilatation as a means of cure. Flamant The compression of the cord is a necessary danger attending" all births by the feet, and indeed it constitutes a very serious objection to the process of turning; the child is very often asphyxiated, and in such a case we find upon dissection the same phenomena which are observed after drowning or hanging, viz. Haemorrhagic infarction of the lung occurs especially with high degrees of chronic passive congestion in which the venous pressure is elevated. Hypochondriasis is not always gastritis; but it is now found, that in many cases it commences and terminates with disease in the upper portion of the digestive tube and the assisting viscera. The patient also had he suffered from" obvious ague attacks, and also from distinct attacks of hsematinuria related to cold, exposure, and worry." He describes these attacks as being associated with" numbness, tingling and blueness of the extremities, the blue patches being at times suggestive of imminent aged sixteen, who had profuse suppuration from the bursa between the gluteus maximus and the great trochanter, which had followed some injury to the hip. The part should be kept at rest and, if it be a limb, should be raised.
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