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Others, again, among whom may be mentioned Cotunnius, Wrisberg, and Reil (who have paid great attention to the subject), are of opinion that this structure is incapable of developing variolous pustules, and that the appearances so described are in reality inflamed, enlarged, or ulcerated follicles, with petechial patches, similar in all respects to what are found in the common forms of idiopathic or typhoid fever (effects). Tho invalid himself should be made aware, that whatever tends to excite or to hurry tho circulation is calculated to bring on a paroxysm; nor best is it sufficient that he avoids all stimulating viands and beverages; he should also be instructed that the same deleterious effects are likely to follow a full meal, even of the most proper and mildest food. The natural history of the young nation had much medical to offer the eager scientist, whether he be professor, planter, physician or preacher. Amongst these may be classed blows, cold, local congestion and direct nervous irritation; and, above all counter in point of importance, the practice of masturbation.

Coma sometimes comes on within the first day or two after remedies reaction. Such circumstances as prevent the adoption of an list energetic prophylactic treatment of those bitten by rabid animals, obviously favor the development of the malady. Dropsy is mostly preceded by albuminuria for a day or two; occasionally the dropsy precedes the albuminuria very rarely, when both symptoms have been present, the albuminuria nearly wholly (possibly wholly) ceases and yet the dropsy remains, in some epidemics, dropsy without albuminuria at any pills period is common. There side is no stimulant so important as food.


In the present state of knowledge, it is not possible to explain why malaria should in one case cause dysentery, and act with intensity on the glandular structures and mucous membrane of the great intestine, and in another excite an intermittent or remittent fever, with signs of extreme irritation of the stomach and duodenum, going on often to structural changes in those parts (prescription).

With this view, do not remove the dressing often, and when for a cold lotion is used, merely pour it upon the rags, letting them remain undisturbed.