Central London Ophthalmic Hospital

1857 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Novenmber 2th and 26th. She was easier. Nov emiber 27th. There was an angogravation of the dyspncea, and duriling its paroxysms the jugulars were distended to the size of a cart-rope. She earnestly begged to he allowed to leave the hospital, and her fiiendls had unwillingly planned to re-"love her. But the orthopiiuna did not abate as it had formerly done, and on the next day sbe expired. At the post-miortem7 examilnation twenty-three hours later, a large queantity of fluid was found in the
more » ... as found in the right pleura. The vena cava superior and large veins were very turgid. The right auricle wa; very muchl dilate, and the auricular appendage covered with tolerably adhlerent lymph. The other cavities of
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