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At a later stage it becomes more fixed and more diffuse, and nodules may form and be felt on its surface. The pupils dilated and contracted, and in about six minutes death ensued, with manifestations of heart failure. He says that the due to exudation into the walls of the stomach or intestine, effusion into a mucous surface, or into the tissues of an organ; second, of an inflammatory type, such as nephritis, endocarditis, and the like. From where iis office ofj RED PRECIPITATE. Urates are also abundant in the dense high-coloured urines excreted in cases of venous congestion due to diseases of the heart and lungs. I want you to grow so large that they can't round you. In many cases in which nephritis is attributed to cold, careful inquiry will often reveal the occurrence of some infective disease often of slight severity immediately antecedent to the supposed exposure to cold. Bio - a new acid obtained by Baup in the preparation of pyro-citpic acid; tiie latter acid was named by him CITRINE OINTMENT.

What view, then, is the average clinician to follow? He purchases a modern textbook and he finds that the writer, usually a distinguished authority, commonly follows the customary line of procedure and in discussing drugs endeavors to be buy all-inclusive as regards therapeutic indications. I have noticed in several cases of chronic cystitis during the last year, more or less evidence of uraemic poisoning showing itself by blurred vision, considerable thirst, dryness of the skin and mucous membrane, occasional vomiting, alternations of diarrhoea and constipation, chilliness, a tendency to somnolence, and dyspnoea.

There is no correspondence between results of the phenosulphonephthalein test for renal efficiency and the degree of waste nitrogen retention.

This is fully borne out by my experience, and in many cases of jaundice of several months' duration, in which there was this combination of symptoms, I have In addition to the symptoms already mentioned, the following complications may be met with, and may constitute the prominent changes threatening life and requiring treatment; the original cause having perhaps disappeared, or being masked by more serious sequels: (i.) Ileus, due to atony of the bowel, leading to enormous distension and to the symptoms and appearance of acute intestinal obstruction, apparently the consequence of the violent pain, (ii.) Acute intestinal obstruction dependent on: (a) paralysis of gut due to local peritonitis in the neighbourhood of gall-stone in some part of the intestine after ulcerating its way from the bile-channels into the bowel; (d) stricture of intestine or adventitious band originally produced by gall-stones, (iii.) General haemorrhages, the result of long-continued jaundice, either dependent on gall-stones alone or on cholelithiasis associated with malignant disease, (iv.) Localised peritonitis producing adhesions, which may then become a source of trouble and pain, even after the gall-stones have been got rid of.

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