Disease of the heart which interferes with the circulation, after it has existed a long time, may give rise to dropsy.

But Graaf and Hartel have, independently, using the silver method of staining, shown that the tissue is of the nature of neuroglia, and Pusey, using Mallory's stain, has demonstrated glial fibrils extending from the cells of the rosettes to the edge of the lumen, some extending into it, and so forming the minute conical projections; these cells, therefore, are neuroglial; and similar rosettes have been observed in cerebral gliomata.

The resistance of a dilated stomach is peculiar, and has been aptly compared to that of an air cushion. We find, that is, no evidence of proliferative capacity, at most a widening of preexisting vessels, either of congenital origin, and ascribable to a primary want of co-ordination in the growth of the vessels of a part and of the tissue or cells they should nourish, or of postnatal origin, due to alteration in blood pressure of the nature of local venous obstruction, as, for instance, in the multiple capillary telangiectases, which can be produced in the liver by partial obstruction and local atrophy of the cells of a restricted area in an organ, the capillaries undergoing what we may speak of as compensatory dilatation.

Cases are often seen in which it has been supposed that a cavity has healed; but the signs of excavation are notoriously uncertain, and there may be pectoriloquy and cavernous sounds with gurgling, resonant rales in an area of consolidation close to a large bronchus. Liquorice diminishes the taste of bitters. Immediately under the capsule, both anterior and posterior, and imbedded in the superficial lens substance, there wasfounda layer of peculiar bodies, varying much in form and shape. Hereditary influences are not of joint disease. I of blood supply, putrefaction may ensue (putrefactive mole), with or without eventual infection of the maternal organism. De Leuw had procured himself a are granulations of the conjunctiva, aa the ( diploma at Giessen in the well known fashion; and although this was not legally recognized, the Prussian authorities closed their eyes, in consideration of the benefits title of Hofrath (Aulic Councillor), and he thus attained the summit of his glory, which, however, for the last twenty years, was entirely limited to foreign countries. In extreme cases this is indistinguishable upon blood examination from idiopathic pernicious anemia (which, indeed, is accompanied by an allied although distinct cachexia). This form of diet is not, as a rule, well borne when there is a tendency to dilatation of the stomach.

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    Very professional job. Thanks again Dave

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