Hutchinson, Coplin, and Bevan recommend highly the use of morphin to control the convulsions of heat-stroke. The mental condition is affected, and there are usually great apathy and diffidence (perhaps explicable by their changed appearance), loss of memory, and even, in some cases, imbecility.

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The majority of cases occur between twenty and thirty years of age, though the condition may occur in children. Some improvement has since occurred, but nine months later she entered the hospital with her lietid twisted downwards on to the right shoulder, so that the axis of the face made an angle of twenty-five degrees with the axis of the rotation of the spine in the cervical region. Circumstances may, at times, make it imperative that shoes shall be worn which are not free from objections, as, for instance, the shoe with a high calk; but in such cases it is considered that the in j uries liable to result from the use of calks are less serious than those which are sure to happen for the want of them. Very rarely a resistant, illdefined mass, corresponding with the seat of greatest pain, can be felt.

What has been done, however, is no good reason for not doing more, and we are glad to say that one Boston Society, that for Medical Improvement, has voted to contriliule fifty dollars to the Index the coming year.

They are accompanied by severe itching, especially at night. This is strong language, but I think the case calls for it, because the evil is patent and great, and the remedy Time should be allowed the student to acquire a general knowledge of anatomy, especially of histology and the structure and relations of the soft parts, before to have a little knowledge of pathology before'beginning with pathological clicmistry. In accomplishing ihistheauihor has spared no pains in rendering it a complete exponent of alt that is new and reliable, both in the departments of Therapeutics and Materia Mediea.

It is considered by him to be caused by the sudden circulatory changes following an independent existence, which lead to minute haemorrhages into the intestinal canal.

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Very professional job. Thanks again Dave

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