The Study of Living Anatomy — Reply to Dr. King

1854 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
6.-Slept in all about two hours. Protrudes his töTigue when asked to, but shows no other sign of consciousness. Bowels more tympanitic. 7. Rested better. Had a turn of spitting yesterday, which lasted most of the afternoon. The saliva was in such quantity as to wet a napkin through in a short time. This morning had a turn of trembling, with chattering of the teeth. Subsultus tendinum about as yesterday. 8.-Slept well the first part of the night. Has had several turns of spitting. Screams very
more » ... ing. Screams very loud at times. Has had one alvine discharge.
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