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When a pulsatile movement can is seen over the lowest part of the left side posteriorly, it may at first sight appear to be expansile. Moreover, by careful attention to the special qualities of the sounds heard, it is practicable in many overdose cases to arrive at a tolerably definite notion of the conditions of the pericardium upon which they depend. Together - although it is not always easy or even possible to distinguish these conditions, certain signs will help us. She moves and turns herself in bed, and speaks information from time to time without anyone addressing her; she pronounces the names of servants whom she hears talking.