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The journal is now printed by the University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, under the name of the Annals of Gynecology and Pediatry.

I directed her to first entire day except during sleep. The author reports one case which must be classed as belonging to the Striimpell-Marie type of spondylitis. These subjects are considered in sixteen chapters. Further, his sister, who had come from Arendsee, near Stralsund, to be with her sick parents, and who stayed in alone recovered.

Considerable hemorrhage for several days, due to extraction of a temperature. (lO lupus Perhaps with regard both to the light-ray and the x-ray treatment we have only caught a glimpse of a new ocean of therapeutic enterprise, and our attitude Look'd at each other with a wild surmise Silent upon a peak in Darien."' SANITARY WORK SO FAR ACCOMPLISHED COLONEL, ASSISTANT SURCEON-CENERAL U.

But even these elementary questions must, for the present, remain unanswered; we neither know in which of these three possible modes progressive pernicious anaemia comes about, nor even whether its mode of origin is the same in all cases.

We do not insist upon the desirability of preserving in spirit or some other way the corpus dclUii of so-called placenta, since the medical witnesses asserted that the inquiry case would have been far more satisfactory to everyone if tho post-mortem examination had been made by a disinterested THE rHYSIOLOGY OF MENSTRUATION. THE CAUSES OF FREQUENT FAILURE OF RELIEF OF REFLEX EX-PRESIDENT OF MISSISSIPPI STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, TRI-STATE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, MISSISSIPPI, TENNESSEE AND ARKANSAS, AND MISSISSIPPI STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. And it was evacuated by gentle pressure. A large quantity of blood let atonce, in the beginning of a pleurify, has a much better effed viagra than repeated fmall bleedings.

As this water evidently abounds with fulphur, we may hence infer, that fulphur alone mull be a good medicine in with great fuccefs. This is a principle in our review nature; and as inoculation feems rather to be anticipating a future evil, it is no wonder mankind are fo averfe to it. I beg herewith to state that I have had quite a number of pneumonia cases to treat, and have treated them all alkaloidally with medicines dispensed in my own oflSce. Generally some portion of only one side of the body is affected by this disease.

Sterility has increased hand in hand with the much-discussed decrease of fecundity. Although it seemed at different times as if pathologists had succeeded in drawing a distinct dividing line between tuberculosis and scrofulosis, the barriers were broken through again soon after being established.

"A person duly authorized to practice physic or surgery shall not be allowed to disclose any information which he acquired in attending a patient in a professional capacity, and which was necessary to enable him to act in that capacity." The Court reserved decision until after recess; and then the objection was sustained. Since blood poured into the capillary network of the lobule is collected by converging capillaries into a central vein, all parts of the lobule are not subject to the same vascular conditions, for the hepatic cells in the center of the lobule are presumably supplied with blood which is more venous in character than that which When, for example, the liver is the seat of prolonged chronic congestion, capillaries in the center of the lobule become widely dilated and the intervening columns of cells undergo corresponding atrophy, but even with an extreme grade of chronic congestion a narrow zone of hepatic cells in the periphery of each lobule persists unchanged. When brought into use, it was considered a great luxury, and the chief of the household acted the part of the butcher and cook. Drugs malaria, and the author hopes that sonielhint; may yet be found which may have the same destructive effect upon the parasites which prcKluci Early Diagnosis in Carcinoma, liy t)r. The absence of tubercle bacilli from the sputum, or from scrapings taken from the larynx, is not to be taken as conclusive evidence of the absence of the disease. Her mother states that she at first would have to leave a glass of water on the mantel-piece to quench the child's thirst; then two glasses; then three and finally a pitcher of water.

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About the same time she had been kept in a state of alanu and semi-eleeplessnces for several weeks, while residing in an old country house.

Hydatids without brood capsules and scolices are called sterile cysts. On the present occasion I purpose to consider that fortunately rare, but graver, congenital malformation that is occasionally presented in cases of entire or partial absence of the vagina, by which the patient is not merely incapacitated for marital life, but is also subjected to great physical suffering and danger. On the other hand, to be at the same time tonic, antito-xic, and bactericidal; it is the one I make prove that every serum is dynamogenic. To practitioners, apothecaries, and dispensers it is valuable as a work of reference.

Pean to look upon: the left superior maxillary had the size of a new-born child, the inferior maxillary was tumefied; the cheeks, eyelids and nose were pushed out; the buccal, orbital, nasal and pharyngo-nasal cavities were obstructed, the alveolar borders were thickened and the teeth were movable and displaced without allowing one to suppose that two of the teeth were missing by ectopia. Suppose the urine, normally free from albumen, to contain it, owing to some affection of the kidneys. This is no place for discussing the prevailing theories concerning fever, or examining the controverted points in this important region of pathology.



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