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The left ridge, however, runs on to the edge of the septum inferius (Minot). The limb was removed near the hip-joint, and the patient has remamed. When standing there is marked tremor of the right leg. Mencing in the epithelium, the connective tissue has more time to become involved, and the changes are more marked. Sur - before concluding the Report, I may notice the fact that Art students, both male and female, avail themselves of the Museum in constantly increasing numbers, as in the numerous articulated skeletons and dissected preparations of muscles they find here facilities for their studies which they can obtain nowhere else in London. In this disease, rheumatic inflammation about the great vessels, frequently occurring, will cause a click. I have omitted various details of these observations for the sake of brevity. I know of no instance where tetanus has proved fatal after salivation has been induced. It is seen to run down on the back of the malleolus, and then suddenly to disappear, sinking in underneath it and seeming to be lost in the spongy mass which fills up the narrow space between the cuneiform bone and malleolus; but it is mainly continued through or behind this mass, to be inserted into the scaphoid, just underneath the fore part of the malleolus, but deeper than or overhung by it. A large portion of his time is occupied in preparing or" making-up" the impression; an operation requiring considerable taste and skill, especially in illustrated works; the effect of which is shown in that beautiful typography which so much delights the parental eye of an author, and pleases that of his reader, but which cannot be produced without a degree of labour and patience which the reading public do not often appreciate.

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That pieces of cartilage have been knocked from the articular suriace loose into the synovial cavity is indisputable, but such occurrences are by no means frequent; so also there can be no doubt that nodules of exostosis or cartilage have occasionally grown from the articular margins, and subsequently been detached; but as such cases carry with them their own explanation, they will have no further consideration in this It is, however, with those bodies (examples of which are to be found in almost every Museum,) whose nature and structure clearly indicate an origin independent of such causes, and therefore are worthy to be classed as tumours, that we have at present to deal; and although all the bodies that are known luider the name of" loose cartdages." whether found in serous or synovial cavities, will be included in the argument, yet such as are found within the articulations will occupy our chief attention, inasmuch as they have received the Some are osseous, some cartilaginous, partially ossified, while others more closely resemble dense fibrous tissue; the two first forms are most generally found in the articular cavities, the latter in serous enclosures. The tumour in the neck exhibited a similar case consists in the sliort duration of the patient's illness, con)pared with the great extent of the disease.

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