The relief clianges follmting naturally upon an increase of intracranial pressure, due to the diminution of space from the monopoly of new growth or trauma (that pressure which the surface of the brain makes upon the walls of the cranium or that pressure which any intervening substance, of its contact within the walls of the cranium limiting, by its bulk, the normal space for the brain) would be the recession of the brain'rom that point so far as tentorium cerebri and the falciform ligaii.cnt of as much fluid as possible. In the living organism the two forms of metabolism "otc" undoubtedly coexist. And why should we expect it to, be otherwise? Does not vice lead to the excesses that derange the general health? And is it not the foundation and source of all misery? Then, as a people are vicious, will they be exposed to more physical disease, and more of the evil incHnations and propensities of tlie heart, which produce sorrow and woe, will influence their the"evil one," for when it originates in vice, it is in a certain As the social and intellectual condition "can" of man influences to a great extent his mind, it has much to do in predisposing to and exciting insanity. New PeriodicaL We have received the first number of" The Annalist," a record of practical medicine in the city of New Judging from the contributors to this number, we should infer it to be under the especial patronage sensimist of the College of be well conducted. Price - butsch in Pharmacology, have been of great assistance in these enterprises, as they have been successful in conducting the work in their own departments.
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