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Fish, pork, hides, and other animal substances frequently taint the hold that contains them blue with their deleterious vapors. She was ordered to take five grains of iodide of sodium, and one-tenth of a grain of bichloride of mercury, three times in the twenty-four hours, in the form of a "daily" solution, half an hour after meals, to observe a plain, simple diet, and to avoid The iodide of sodium is preferable to the iodide of potassium or ammonium. The interbrain contains thermolytic, polypnoeic and vaso-motor centers iii che tuber cinereum; the afterbrain: tliermolytic, respiratory and vaso-motor centres; the spinal cord: thermolytic, sudorific and The localization of sensory centres is still a subject upon which opinions are widely apart, as may readily be seen by the following: highly interesting case of anaesthesia with trophic changes in which the lesion was found to be strictly localized, as shown by the autopsy, being precisely beneath those parts of the cortex corresponding to the gyrus fornicatus and part of the marginal convolution, in their entire extent, and beneath the anterior half of the prascuueus; cutting off all direct communication between the gyrus fornicatus and the white matter beneath, and in front between the gyrus fornicatus and the marginal convolution and centrum ovale, that the gyrus fornicatus is the centre for common and tactile sensations, and that its destruction may produce loss of sensation without loss of motion to any serious extent: 12. 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