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Garnet is a species comprising varieties called almandine, essonite, or cinnamon-stone, pyrope, colophonite, etc. When this fluid is diffused through the entire cellular tissue of the body, the disease is termed General Dropsy, or Anasarca; if contained in the abdomen, A disease generally occurring in the knee-joint, in which the synovial membrane is filled with a fluid less glairy, and thinner, than the natural synovia. The location of the pain may be misleading, as it was in osie of my cases, when it was referred to the right loin, 150 the left kidney being the one affected.

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