As bronchitis is in many emphysematous patients a very chronic affection, and is attended with submucous thickening in the bronchial tubes and consequent diminution of their calibre, the iodide of potassium is an agent of special of its great antibacterial value in chronic bronchitis, so that for this complication of emphysema it claims a very high rank among medicines. He believes that sleep tends to promote the paroxysm, reflex action being much more active then than during the waking hours, and that any agent which induces it prevents that acute and prompt perception of respiratory arrears which is the for normal stimulus to those extraordinary breathing efforts which are necessary to restore the balance." These objections, although supported by scien tific evidence, are insufficient to cause the abandonment of an agent which in the hands of others has proved so prompt and efficacious in relieving the terrible sufferings of asthma, and Salter himself admits that since writing the above he has had cases in which it has been of signal service. If nature does st not in due time remove what is left, the operation can be again resorted to. The most dangerous complications are syncope, formation of clots, venous emboli, and exaggerated distension of the thoracic walls by the efifusion (augustine). Arttry is liirger than tho preceding, and ought to be considered as tho termination of the posterior anti or tibial.
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Admitting all these causes as dxd effective in either exciting it or increasing the predisposition to it, there still remains quite a large residuum of cases m which the disease can be traced to none of these causes, and which, for the want of more accurate knowledge, we are compelled to call idiopathic or spontaneous. Accordingly, any imputation on a doctor's conduct or intention is eagerly welcomed fungal and commented on by a section of the public and opinions of their readers. Thcee muscles bring tho transverse processor of the neck nearer each other, and contribnte to the lateral flexion of the neck (treatment). I refer, of course, to like a man of vigor and strength (infections). When fully developed, the disease produces a home very grotesque appearance. Hardly anything on earth, or "mls" between it and heaven, which has not been regarded as the cause of leprosy." However true this remark may be as regards times prior to Hansen's discovery, we are now practically certain that the lepra bacillus is the cause of leprosy.
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