However, doubtful as to any special good from this last measure.

Whenever circumstances permit the above procedure should be faithfully carried out before packing a wound: coupon.

The nucleus of the collection consisted of a fewpreparations gathered together by the late Professor Kidd in the neighbourhood of Oxford.

Then place on him a warmed nightrobe, put him between warmed sheets with his ordinary covering over him, and give the following prescription: caused by the medicine and will soon disappear. "Every individual on entering the profession becomes Miereby entitled to all of its privileges and immunities," and,"should therefore observe strictly such laws as are instituted for the government of its members." Every orgaiiizatiou of physicians whiili by tlio adoption of its code of ethios, boeoinos atliliatid with the Ameuican Mkdkai. Even where goats and sheep are herded together and thus exposed in the same degree to anthrax, the wool will be comparatively safe to work with, while the hair from goats equally contaminated will be dangerous. Thus its two lateral halves appear generally symmetrical, and it may be fiattened and reviews elongated as a whole.

In order to clean the filtering-tap (which may be done without running the water out of the butt), it is only necessary to unscrew the front part, and blow strongly through it. Thus, llien, we recognise ante mortem clots by their colour, consistence, adhesion, vah-ular markings, and the large amount of fibrine present, as compared with the red corpuscles; in post mortem clots an opposite condition may be found; but every one who is accustomed to making autopsies must have seen gradations between these two types, and there can be no doubt that, during the last few hours of life, when the llow of blood is rendered difficult by the gradual diminution of the heart's action, or by an obstruction in the lungs, it begins to co.agulate in the right cavities before death, and in many cases continues to do so when the heart's action has ceased; and so sometimes we meet with clots partaking of both forms. The amount of work to be done is enormous, and the lime required would not be limited by the lifetime of one generation; it is work, too, requiring the most skilled powers of observation and the highest exercise of judgment. That which has been described as the stomach of the mosquito lies wholly within the al)domen. The ordinary case of adenoids will exhibit enough of these signs and symptoms to make one suspect their code presence, which can be verified by a digital examination if a view with the rhinoscopic mirror is found to A digital examination of the nasopharynx should be conducted as follows: The child standing on the floor is closely pressed to the examiner's left side, and is instructed to open the mouth, when the examiner places his left index -finger across the left side of the patient's face in such a manner as to push the inner side of the cheek between the two rows of teeth. They probably depend wholly upon imperfections or contaminations, or both, of the virus. On the other hand, boys of the non-laboring classes show a much higher percentage review of sickness and nervousness than boys of the laboring classes, indicating that easier social svirroundings are not always conducive to While almost all children, boys especially, are lazy at times, there are, nevertheless, a number of children who seem to be chronically lazy. It will be seen that I have omitted from this list the disease called' arachnitis,' which occupied a large space in the older text-books of medicine; but it is now generally admitted by pathological histologists that what used to be called the parietal the so-called visceral layer of that membrane never occurs without simultaneous inflammation of the pia mater; so that an independent disease' arachnitis' can no longer be admitted into our system of nosology.

Bose's method of performing the high operation is described as follows:"The deep cervical fascia divides into two layers just above the superior margin of the thyroid gland, these two layers forming the main body of the thyroid capsule. Focal necroses have been described in the liver. Musicians who suffer from aphasia promo and agraphia of written words may still be able to compose music, and write it down in notes.

Swift, a medical man living at the former place, had been during the afternoon in the country attending patients, and in returning in the evening he took his horse over a bridle-road to save about two miles of the high road.

Woollen or outing flannel night garments, a cardigan jacket, sweater, or bath robe, a woollen hood covering the ears and extending down under the jacket, a domino mask (lined with flannel), bed-slippers,"boots" of flannel, may all be used.

He speaks also of the value of altitude in the treatment of asthma, and the necessitj- of regular habits. Weston is of the opinion that this process will continue, and that its result will become the more conspicuous by the fact that the foreign ii-nmigrants are now coming from Italy, Austro-Hungary, and complaints to the United States has changed its starting-point from Great Britain and Germany to the abovenamed countries. Mixed even with ten times their volume of water, they give rise to legitimate and active vaccinal effects. It may be of short duration and yet accompanied by rather violent symptoms. The writer's best results have been obtained with the employment of certain remedies, notably iron and quinine in combination.

The blood coagulation time was taken only once in this case, namely, before and four hours after the sixth or last The autopsy revealed a general dilatation of the aortic arch Avith a localized saccular aneurysm at the junction of the transverse and descending portions of the arch. This operation was followed by the discharge of saliva from a sinus: coupons. In a number of instances, tubercle bacilli have been first found just after or The urine shows a marked diazo reaction in a number of instances. The attacks of hsemoglobinuria came on about ten o'clock in the morning, the child becoming, at this time, peevish, tired, and weak, and having a chill. Against the first of these hypotheses and in favor of the second, speaks the structure of the gland, which is that of a secreting, rather than filtering, organ, and also the fact that the gland juice, or the gland itself, when introduced into the economy, after the removal of the thyroid gland, prevents the development of the otherwise inevitable symptoms of systemic intoxication. FORMERLY P.XTHOI.OGIST AND CHIEF OF THE TUBERCULOSIS DIVISION, CITY HOSPITAL.


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