of a clonic, rythmical spasm of a single muscle last-
fresh when the weather is very hot. But when not so hot,
Ucisku Mozgu, Krakow, 1891 ; Ctbltt. f. Physiol. I,eipzig u. Wien, 1890, p. 834.-53.
ing dissolution, it would rise to 102° or 103° and remain so
always cold to the touch, and frequently turn black, resembling
or render innocuous such colon bacilli as may pass the barrier of the