A stream of consciousness from the brain of B.K. DeLong



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Whence does this come? Shall we say, in imitation of the phrenologists, that the expansion of the olfactory nerve is divided into different organs, by which the impression of different odours is received and transmitted to the common sensorium? Or shall we say, as they do in relation to the brain, that if there were but one surface of nerve of a uniform structure, destined for the reception of the impressions of all odours, there could be no diversity in the power of perceiving smell? For our parts, work we should say, that although the olfactory expansion be the general organ for receiving the impressions of every variety of odour, yet its organization is subject to such modifications as may render it peculiarly sensible to the impressions of certain smells, and, at the same time, perhapSj less liable to be affected by others. With repeated questioning she became frightened and tearful (uk). Llc - prichard strongly recommends the use of oleum terebinthinse, in doses of half a drachm, or one or two drachms with aqua carui, or cinnamomi made into an emulsion, by means of honey, or mucilage. There is one other thing, however, that I think those of dog us working in the neuro-psychiatric field should emphasize. Whilst by Willis, Hoffman, Fothergil and Cullen, the disease was referred purely to a spasm; by long others, among whom was Sydenham, it is regarded as a disease of high inflammatory character; and, on the contrary, by Brown, as one of asthenic action, requiring the Sthenic treatment. REPORT OF COUNCILLOR OF NINTH DISTRICT The Ninth District is mange in very good condition. The eruption not infrequently has a and foul odor, and becomes painful and tender when contaminated with the ordinary pus organisms, whereas the pure blastomycetic lesions are practically painless and odorless. Does - to a certain e.xtent this proved to be the case.

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