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TABLE OF CONTE'TTS. 33
8. Convulsions of Children-Convulsiones.
1st. Body thrown backwards-Opisthotonos.
2d. Body bent forwards-Emprosthotonos.
3d. Body thrown to one side-Pleurosthotonos.
4th. Lock Jaw-Trismus, Confined to the Jaw.
10. Lock Jaw of Infants-Trismus Nascentium.
11. Delerium Tremens-Mania-a-potu.
18. White or Tumid Leg-Phlegmasia Dolens, or Crural Phlebi s.
DISEASES OF THE BLOOD AND BLOOD-VESSELS CONJOINTLY.
1. Hemorrhage from the Nostril-Epistaxis.
2. Hemorrage from the Lungs-Hcemoptysis.
3. Hemorrhage from the Stomach--Hematamesis.
4. 'Hemorrhage from the Urinary Organs-Hematuria.
5. Hemorrhages from the Uterus-Womb-Hemorrhagia.
6. Flooding-Excessive Utetine Hemorrhage.
7. Hemorrhage from the Bowels-Melmnae.
DISEASES OFTHE SEROUS AND CELLULAR TISSUE.
1. Dropsy of the Abdomen-Ascites.
2. Ovarian or Encysted Dropsy.
3. Dropsy of the Brain-Hydrocephales.
4. Dropsy of the Chest, or Iydrothorax.
5. Dropsy of the Scrotum-Hydrocele.
6. Anasarca Dropsy of the Cellular Membrane, or General Dropsy.
2. Pox,--Syphilis or Lues Venera.
DISEASES OF THE ABSORBENT SYSTEM.
1. Kings Evil-Scrofula.
3. White Swelling-Hydrarthos.
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