A physician who was consulted in order to procure relief from the intense and incessant burning and itching sensations of which she complained, is reported to have said that she had syphilis, and to have ordered a solution of the iodide of potassium to be taken internally.

He also recognised the advantage that might be expected from its administration in disease, and proposed itsapplicatioo in?ases of paralysis. There are two recognized varieties, termed, first, vesicular emphysema; second, interlobular emphysema. He has lost his position throueh drinlc, but he is a maa who may probably be restored to usefulness and comfort if he can eet anol start. Intercostal neuralgia is frequent and may be confounded with the pain of a localized Emaciation is an early and constant symptom of phthisis; but it is not always progressive. The surface of the skin, in confirmed elephantiasis especially, is rough and coarse; the mouths of the follicles are sometimes unusually distinct; the papillae and glands are either hypertrophied or atrophied; the hair is coarse and sparse; the nails are rough, thick, and deformed. To thefe cafes I might add many others of confumptive perfons wjio have been perfectly cured by frequent, and of many others whofe lives have been prolonged by occailonal bleedings. Every department here brings back very pleasant memories. In some cases the changes are slight and superficial, in others the tongue is so swollen that it presses on the teeth and becomes indented by them, and the mucous membrane of the cheek and gums fills the space outside of them.

On the connexion that fubfifts between Amcnorrhoea and Piithisis Pul IV. At the time the sanitary conditions under which the inhabitants of the contiguous cities of Hamburg, Altona, and Wandsbeck lived were practically identical, save in the matter of water supply. The most effective general causes are hereditary or g-cquired feebleness of constitution, anti-hygienic influences, climate, and soil.

Though frequently introduced in this way, it has not become established either in Europe or in North America. It has been claimed that if this remedy is commenced very early it has the power of arresting the phthisical processes. The loss of life following this operation was very great, and the death of a patient after an operation for the relief of a condition of this kind is a serious matter.

It is compact Iq for;n; the eaosatioB of this last disease,'Mr. In chronic catarrhal pharyngitis the mucous membrane is either generally thickened and indurated, or the thickening occurs in irregular patches.


Samuel Bard, of New York, gave the first accurate description of the disease in this country, and brought clearly before the profession its specific contagious character; his clear accounts tally perfectly with the experience of the present day.' The labors and investigations of Louis, Trousseau, Rilliet, Graefe, and Virchow have done more than those of any Qther investigators to perfect our knoAvledge of diphtheria.

Is still divided upon this much vexed question j but there are indications that it is undergoing a change. The use of disinfectants and Proper care of the kitchen sink drainage is urged and illustrations show methods of disposal.

It may seem presumptuous to speak of the good coming from effectual vaccination, but when in our city there are hundreds who oppose it, and argue against its proficiency, it becomes necessary by such statistics as the above to show the ordinary intelligent Female doctors are but a recent advent in Russia (abiomed.com). Other cases at times email resist every known remedial measure. Bantock (London) believed that much of the discrepancyin treatment arose from the want of precision in diagnosis, and the habit (in the case of backward dispJacementt) of not distinguishing between an essential version and flexion.

The same watchful care should be taken of a typhoid fever patient during convalescence as during the active period of the fever. Kaolin, as tablets, or in watery solution which shall contain no ordered three drops of tinct.

It is not confined absolutely to the summer months; cases occur all the year round.

Since admission to Touro Infirmary, on medical ervice, he had vomited only one time. In all instances, these patients were allowed to defeat the malaria, being alert for any sign of symptom which might call for immediate malarial therapy. Some swelling in her December, just before her child was born, while cleaning the house, she became unconscious.

At the flexure of the colon, deep in the left hypochrondriac region, almost as frequent as in any other part of the course of the colon, he had found it dilated and filled with faecal matter.


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