Such children can eat largely, and plenty of fatty articles of food are well borne and If a child has already begun to have attacks of migraine, nothing is of more value than attention to the general health. From what has been said we may deduce some rules in respect to clothing. In such cases he suggested a second incision into the linea alba, into the peritoneal cavity, just above the pubes, merely large enough to admit two fingers, with the help of which the intestine could be pulled back into the abdomen. Contributors must kindly remember that all papers, reports, correspondence, etc., must be in our hands by the first of the Reprints supplied Authors at Cost.

This act should only be used when hemorrhage has occurred or is anticipated, and in pulmonary congestion. Their cases are in every way a counterpart of the case here reported. Excision of a circular strip of the anorectal mucous membrane with the eclatic veins and suturing of the wound.

The latter would, of course, be most valuable as one of the facts in the chain of evidence, but we should not, as now, seek so much to look to it as the cause of disease as to inquire what conditions have caused this or that particular microphyte to be present. Klein, who has found that, if a cow who has recently calved be inoculated with human scarlatina, she is affected by an ailment not accompanied by fever, or by any alteration in the quantity or visible qualities of the milk; that the induced diseaoo in the dog could be transmitted to other dogs. Or therapeutics, or In the theory or practice of physic, or in surgery or midwifery, except the operative practical parts thereof, before any examiners other than those approved of by.the representatives in the council of the body to which he signifies his wish to belong. Decomposition in the infusion exposed was arrested, although the development occurring in the cultures made from this showed that the spores were not destroyed, and the arrest of the decomposition was probably due to the presence of sulphurous acid In other experiments which were made with decomposing infusion of hay, development appeared in the cultures made from rags after exposure in dried condition for eighteen hours, and in moist condition for three hours, although when the cultures were not neutralized after the exposure of the rags in moist had been dried for more than three months on slices of potato were exposed to the action of the gas for fortyfive minutes. John Frederick Gwyther Richards, Victoria College, New coupon Zealand, and Open Scholarships in Dental Mechanics. The glands reviews may also be affected by direct violence.

It has a general working room, supplied with all the necessary instruments and books of reference; a cultivating room; an autopsy building; and a room for raising and keeping the small animals generally used in experimentation. John Rhea-Barton in But amongst the modern school must, unfortunately, be included a large section to whom it may well be feared the publication of the new method of treatment for fractured patella and similar operations is not unfraught with danger. Thus, asthmatic trouble from renal disease, renal asthma. He could see nothing in the Act to prevent my taking a seat, because I, a graduate of Victoria College, and a member of its Senate, represent Victoria College, to which I belong. It is expected that there will be a large attendance of medical editors from all over the United States and Canada. Speaking of villous growths in the bladder, Van Buren and Keys say," There is nothing cancerous about their structure. In a few cases in which the thigh was exceptionally fat and the tissue flabby, it might be wise to hesitate as to recommending it. No post mortem legitimate examination was held.

Xo attempt therefore has been made to reconcile all the differences in a single comprehensive scheme, but the pamphlet rather endeavours to set forth what would be considered satisfactory in an ideal school, so that schoolmasters and medical officers of schools may have "code" some standard to act as a guide.


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