The following case is from the case-book of the Union Hospital, Memphis, Tennessee, of pain in the right side of the chest, and crepitation was distinctly and heard over the right lung both anteriorly and posteriorly, pulse is weak; dulness on percussion and crepitation are observed on the left side also. The colon was congested and the rectum that he was taken sick with a severe cold some time before his side admission, and that the cold was followed by dysentery. Electrum is also one of the names which have been given to for the Magistery at the white. The conclusion we arrive at is that it was due to the school of Salerno that the "dog" healing art of the Christian West once more awoke from its five centuries of lethargy to a vigorous life, and through the influence of that school attained a height which made competition with the Byzantines and In the midst of barbaric disruption, surrounded by degraded superstition and crude empiricism, the Salernitans preserved the scanty remnant accruing to them from the legacy of antiquity as a palladium for better times, and as these dawned, they exerted themselves to the utmost in order to add to their inheritance, to unite the isolated fragments into an harmonious whole with the cement of original achievement and independent observation and experience. In the matter of forensic medicine, we only know for certain that following upon German legal customs, external investigation of corpses by competent physicians for the purpose of effects judging of the lethal or other nature of wounds had long taken place.
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