the following statement. As the result of a careful inves-
siderable length of time, I doubt whether the distinction can be maintained.
rest in not being limited to any one part of the cord. They are not seg-
It results usually from the cutting off of the blood-supply through
September 13, 1909. XXIII. Paroxysm of fever (see temper-
This is true certainly of a physician who knows doses
paralytics than is a similar fit in an ordinary epileptic, it will be seen, on
Felix G. Cross of Cincinnati, has resigned his position as
(as has been suspected,) been sometimes contagious.
mouth, at the same time allowed easy access, without