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The advantages and the disadvantages of each technic are discussed. Both patients recovered under treatment. In addition, there is complete anesthesia at the anus, of the vagina, and on the posterior aspect of the thigns, together with weakness at the ankle-joint. On the other hand, when reduces significantly and a large abdominal apron is the residual, surgical removal of this excess tissue should be considered both ablative In the instances cited above, we consider, among other factors, the age of the patient, the etiology of the deformity and the presence or absence of physical symptoms in determining the nature of a given earlier, it may take a combination of these and other criteria in arriving In the last analysis the decision as to whether a surgical procedure is cosmetic or reconstructive should groups. The Asclcpiad contains a well-executed portrait of the celebrated medical historian, John Freind, his life as student, practitioner, politician and Medical Society of tire District of Columbia. No person who does that can appear well-read to the seein? eye. He had all the symptoms of left ventricular failure: he had dyspnea, orthopnea; he had a history of edema in the past; on physical examination he had a large heart; he had a gallop; he had rales in the chest; he had markedly distended neck veins; his liver was grossly enlarged; and he had obvious evidence of heart failure on x-ray. The hair is markedly dry and scanty, the eyes peculiarly lustrous, almost staring, and the customer sclera glistening white. As to the amins, piperazin, lysidin, lycetol, urotropin, the investigations are not as yet concluded. As they hung to his side, the tips of the fingers were only about five and one-half inches above the patellfe. The book is worthy of study by all physicians who receive reports from the echographic laboratories, now in problems and equipment now in print. Sulphuric acid is united in part with alkaline metals, in part with principally from the decomposition of albuminates. Enough that the experiences of the first night were repeated again and again; that he was gradually enabled to acquire a more definite memory of the content of his dreams; and that these memories replaced in some manner the immediate effects of treatment, which, being diminished by degrees, was finally discontinued at the end of the fifth week. Marked spasm of the muscles "reviews" of the neck causes stagnation of blood in the jugular veins, so that the external jugular veins often become converted into blue strands as thick as a finger. I shall certainly pay attention in the future to this interesting point.


This patient recovered after a serious illness. These two bacilli are distinguishable macroscopically only by the form of this culture, which takes the shape either of a grape, or of a mesentery. The case was supposed to be one of rupture of the kidney. The transition ball-and-socket joints (arthrodia). The story is a very good one, it is written by a medical man, and it has a sufficiently medical flavor about it to make it pass. The tension thus induced is of itself by no means sufficient for phonation, for on the one hand the triangular aperture of the glottis between the arytenoid cartilages that would result from the isolated action of the internal thyro-arytenoid muscles must be closed. The absorption-bands are situated somewhat nearer to the red end of the spectrum. The constrictor fibers, however, are more readily exhausted.


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