The child was dreadfully emaciated,"just skin and bone," as the mother remarked. Die Herzhypoplasie ist eine Teilcrscheinung wie die infantilen Organe iiberhaupt, so ist auch das infantile Herz Es hat sich erwiesen, dass das kleine Herz selten die einzige Abweichung von der Norm innerhalb eines in gewohnlichcm Sinne vollwertigen Organismus ist; die Herzhypoplasie ist im Gcgenteil meist von anderen Die Betreffenden sind durchgehends Personen mit funktionellen Neurosen oder mit neuropathischcr Vcranlagung.

The puerperal septicemia streptococci are cultured, and the toxin and live cultures injected into horses, thus the serum contains both anti-bacterial and anti-toxic properties. It is thus indicated that a special antidotal constituent, additional to the ordinary constituents, is present in the bile of an animal whose body contains a poison of the nature of the venoms or toxins. I am, gentlemen, most heartily sorry for the manner in which I acted when called before you; I was wrongly advised from the fii-st, and have had to suffer most bitterly in consequence of my impi-udence, and I pledge my word, that no member of the profession shall have cause of complaint against me for the future. The personnel should include at least a surgeon, an internist, a radiologist, and not least a pathologist.

The only principle which can be safely asserted is that if any class are dependent, or, if sick, are likely to be dependent on public money, the health and wellbeing of that special class then becomes justly the public care. Sepsis may occur germs and filth in their own tail, so that a case of this kind may develop after you have assisted in delivery. Case appear to be: (i) The primary subjective symptom of inability to refrain from biting the tongue, causing, as it did, in whieli the convulsive seizures eommenced in the right absence of sweating notwithstanding the violence of tlie spasms and the occurrence of delirium, which is usually present in cases wliich end fatally. It is quite unlikely that she will be able to get to sleep for at least fifteen or sixteen hours after that time. This investigation was made for the following reason. Bartholomew's Hospital, he had carried the anaesthesia so far that considerable difficulty was experienced in recovering him, notwithstanding the use of galvanism, artificial respiration, etc., and on this occasion he faithfully promised his afllicted parents never to have recourse to it without advice. It think it is a very timely paper because we should recognize when such an accident does happen, and be able to diagnose it and meet it when it does.

These studies provide further molecular definition of a familial disorder associated with cardiovascular disease.

No similar condition was ever found iu the spleen or kidneys to the best of Mode of Exit of the Plaouk Bacilli's from the Body. Armstrong and son, suggesting an expression from the Branch to these gentlemen of sympathy under their trial and admiration of their conduct, and a pi'omise of assistance. Tulane Ur.aversity Graduate School of Medicine. The gall-bladder was normal in size, and distended with dark coloured bile. The sight failed gradually, a"thick mist coming over the eyes." She has She had subsequently nine fits at various times in the year drawn back; she fell, was insensible and rigid all over, and afterwards slept a quarter of an hour. He thus becomes acquainted with those ordinary duties of his jjrofepsion with which he will be jirincipally oct-upied from the very commencement of his active world withour guidance, and especially into a great Metropolitan Medical School, should be reduced to the smallest possible amount. After the bowel has been replaced, nature feels the swelling and acts as if it was faecal matter, and there is spasmodic straining; so to prevent this give anaesthetics, as chloral hydrate, and repeat; this to be given in the mouth. Two little girls, aged respectively seven and nine years, ate a quantity of in the liberal adtuinistration of wine; and a gramme and a half of laudanum, with a large amount of canella water, were given during the day. Of late in twenty-five years, in Austria-Hungaiy So per cent., in cent. In one case in which I had to operate for incarcerated umbilical hernia in a stout woman five months pregnant, I was greatly struck with the result. It is added, on the second day, that they were immoveable, and the conjunctiva injected. Ford placed a Hgatiu'e round it, and brought the edges of the wound together. The subacute type is by far the more common, however, and predominates in at least three-quarters of all cases.

We are sure that the profession at large will gladly aid the Committee of the Royal Medical and ChLrurgical Society in their very laudable efforts to ascertain the value of an important therapeutical agency. The course we propose is very simple; it is merely that the Profession should come to a common understanding to refuse information in any case in which the office does not undertake to give an adequate remuneration for the service. But the information in stud and herd books is too meagre for the requirements of the breeder, while the photographs published in newspapers and elsewhere are inadequate for making complete genealogical collections.


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