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If so, then we want a more general term for all varieties of the disease It has occurred to me of late, in observing the close resemblance between the cases described and scarlet fever, whether the former failures in the treatment of the latter disease, did not arise from its being treated by depletion and antiphlogistic regimen; whether the same treatment found beneficial in erysipelas diet, stimulants, and opiates. Of beverages, tea, coffee, alcoholic liquors, and wine in large quantities ought to be avoided, whereas, infusion of cocoa, or decoction of roasted acorns, are very appropriate, particularly for breakfast. While the initiated may use this short expressive term without risk, there is, as I have found, danger of misguidance from the employment of"transverse myelitis" when applied to tumors, hemorrhage, and fractures, all of which are frequent factors in the symptomatology of focal lesions of the spuial cord.