I would, however, submit, that here again we may suppose acute inflammation somewhere about the broad ligaments; and there is some reason to suspect that the ovary shared in the phlogosis. Diseases of the bladder aud urethra in. Hours are important under such circumstances.

To-day the chief penalty of tenementhouse life is tuberculosis. When they have taken out the fire, the stones keepe still a great heat: Ten, twelve, twenty more or less, enter at once starke naked, leaving their Coats, small breeches, (or aprons) at the doore, with one to keepe all: here doe they sit round these hot stones an houre or more, taking tobacco, discoursing and sweating together; which sweating they use for two ends: First, to cleanse their skin: Secondly, to purge their bodies which doubtless is a great meanes of preserving them, and recovering them from diseases, especially from the French disease, which by sweating and some potions, they perfectly and speedily cure: when they come forth (which is matter of admiration) I have seen them runne (Summer and Winter) into the brookes to coole them, without the least hurt." but effectual Turkish bath (

Significance of the glomerulo-nephritis, and is of the opinion that Wagner has not paid sufficient attention to this feature. Less important, the further the visitor remains from the patient. The tumour, he said, was multilocular, with one very large cyst containing much highly gelatinous fluid; the pedicle was connected with the left ovary, and was itself occupied by a small cyst. The monthly read a paper" On the Different Kinds of Poduroe." Nineteen members were elected, and the proceedings After a few words in connection with the Society, the President made some observations On Certain Points in connection with Cholera. Worliey zngleich der reclite Gnmd der ArtzueyKiiiist ans der also geiiaunteD Cartesiaiiisclieii deiien falsclieu uud irrigeu Iiiijmtationibus freygesprocben wird. The Medical RtcoRn has insisted both before and after Koch's sf)eech in London that the most rigid precautions possible.should be taken to protect meat and milk from contamination. The warning should also be heeded in regard to a narrowness of judgment based exclusively, or in the main, upon the appearance of the eruption. It is this above described condition of the intestinal canal and the successive appearance of Eathological phenomena which the surgeon has to make use of for is healing plan, and which give him the indication for the mode of treatment. Pan an sternnni, dans les cas de fracture, de carie, Observations on tbe c:ise of Mr. Fiir Leh rende als Grnndlage zu Vortragen, fiir Leruende. In fact, irrailiation has become the treatment par excellence fur large -haired sutfaces. Pericarditis, also, when anatomically present often enough gives absolutely no symptoms.

Attempts at the use of electricity as a therapeutic agent date back to the earliest studies of its properties.

Review - a Textbook for Students and Practitioners. ) Observationnni et cnrationnm cbirnrgicaruni ceutnria, in qua inclnsse snut vigiuti et quiiiqne, antea seorsini ieditie: reliquiw nunc cnni nonuullis iustrnnientorum ab autore inventoruni delineationibns, in gratiam et ntilitatem artis cbirurgic;e in luceni. So we have really a slight inflammation of the conjunctiva and of the mucous membranes of the nose, pharynx, and larj'nx. The process may go on even disturbances in the poorly nourished tissues.

Like a caterer delivering food, the physician should deliver health care to the customer in a warm, nurturing manner.

By a continued steadily applied force to the end of the; to relieve the tcnmoti, uiiJ also svit; The end of the liKiimcnt now pro jects through un opcninK in the external fascia, tnugly tied with n fine striuid oi Rut to prevent an oozing, which would color the surrounding tissues for.some If the intervening fat between the aponeurosis and skin is of some dejjth. Then to the defence of right and condemnation of wrong let every medical man throughout this land lend his aid. The amount of urine is considerable: it is of pale albumen. But of interference with the lymph current.


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