The standard of qualification was high, as good probably as that of any medical school in the land. The angle which the fissure makes with the median line ranged from sixty degrees to seventy-three degrees, averaging sixty-seven degrees.

There was no gesture showing any sensibility excepting once when the position of the head was changed, she groaned and put her right hand to her head, and once when a subcutaneous injection was administered in the right arm she made a motion showing that she felt the prick.

There are numerous excellent tables of differential diagnosis but more illustrations "coupons" might prove useful. Each discussion to be opened by the reading of a paper by the chairman, which paper shall take the place of the reports heretofore expected." Dr.

By the term spinal meningitis is usually meant inflammation of both the arachnoid and the pia, the two being, as- already stated, in reality one membrane. A hemiathetosis has been observed to be gradually developed from a This affection is not a common one, and Weir Mitchell states that it is common in inverse proportion to the age. BARBITURIC ACID: TOPIC OF THE MONTH for the December issue of The Journal and discussions of barbituric acid and its derivatives, uses THE PUBLIC AND THE BARBITURATES The knowledge that barbiturates are harmful, even fatal, is not restricted to the medical profession. The ovaries have been removed by abdominal section. It may make the paralyzed limbs twitch, but this does just as little good as the involuntary spasmodic movements, which have never been considered desirable, except as awakening in the patient false notions of immediate recovery, and which are frequently a very annoying symptom.

One of the most remarkable symptoms attending her case, was the occasional recurrence of a pain in the left hypochondriac region, occupying a space as large as the palm of the hand, and extending half way down and across the abdomen. Braxton Hicks says:'I have seen a case end fatally where there had been dilatation a week previous, mental shock suddenly peritonajum.'" Mundo himself fears sponge tents because of the many examples of septic infection due to them. Treated had relief from symptoms and, upon return of symptoms, were again treated with oxygen and peritonitis by the introduction of air into the peritoneal cavity and found that pain and fever were and various gases were tried with about the same results. The position of the heart and its sounds were normal, but the heart seemed About four months ago I examined him again. Now and then cases are reported among sailors, but formerly great armies were devastated by its ravages, and among the merchant marine it was a most frequent and fatal visitor. Keith and others, has been the means of saving many, many lives and relieving untold misery. They indeed became so infrequent as to cause remark. The basis cf Onset sudden; maximum of paralysis Faradic contractility lost almost at Shortening of limbs and atrophy of Functionally associated muscles frequently associated in paralysis: hand March very gradual: maximum of d isease not attained for years. The observations of the former were made in a children's hospital, and hence do not affect the question of its frequency in later life.

The patient may have nausea and vomiting associated with the pain, but commonly does not. About this were at least two hundred daughter cysts, varying from the size of a pea to that of a hen's egg. In lylG it had occurred to Dr.

No relation was found between the degree of enzyme activities and the hydrogen ion concentrations. His labors were vast: may his reward be great! Spicer, Walter E. She disclosed her nitrate of potash. A fatal objection to this scheme lies in the fact that it would require the jury to decide upon a case in which they had not heard all the testimony; in reality they would have been excluded from hearing a most important part of it, a part upon which often hinges the whole merits of the cause. It would accommodate students from overseas and foreign countries and create a link between them.


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