As the disease progresses, and the pressure in the portal system increases, the liver and spleen enlarge, the superficial abdominal veins become prominent, ascites and swelling of the feet are observed, hemorrhoids develop and there may be hemorrhage from the stomach or bowel. Half an hour afterwards the second half was injected, and produced a most decided syrup improvement. Striding across the 625 room, and ignoring the English doctors, who wished to explain the object for which his presence was required, he made his way to the table on which the tubes were placed.

We are not restricted, however, to such an argument: The presumptive inference is turned to certainty bv the effect of dilution on the activity of these poisons. A tube of gelatin inoculated after half an hour, and a tube of agar inoculated after one hour, showed several small colonies of growth in ten days. General shivering ensued, with coldness of the extremities, and goutylike pains in the knees, shoulders, and elbows.

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