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30 TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Intermittent, and Ague, and Fever.-FEBRES INTERMITTENS.
1. Quotidian, Paroxysms coming on every 24 hours.
2. Tertian, Paroxysms coming on every 48 hours.
3. Quartan, Paroxysms coming on every 72 hours.
Simple Remittent Fever.-Febres Remittens.
Typhus Fever, Typhus Mitior.
Congestive Fever, Febris Congestia.
Yellow Fever, Typhus Icterodes.
Small Pox.- Variola.
1. Distinct. 2. Confluent.
Varioloid, Variola-Small Pox in a modified form.
Measles, Rubeola or Mobilli.
1. Phlegmon-Phlegmonons Inflammation.
2. Erysipelas-Erysipelatons Inflammation.
3. Erysipelas of Children.
DISEASES OF THE BRAIN.
Inflammation of the Brain and its Membranes.-Phrenitis.
DISEASES OF THE EYE.
1. Inflammation of the Eye.-Ophthalmia-Simple Conjunctivitis.
2. Chronic Inflam. of the Eye.-Chronic Ophthalmia.
3. Catarrhal and Purulent Opthalmia.
4. Gonorrhoeal Opthalmia.
5. Scrofulous Opthalmia.
Dimness of Sight.--Amaurosis.
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