In the second place one must differentiate the various morbid conditions which occur in these regions, namely, tumour, abscess, vascular thrombosis and hemorrhage, labyrinthine disease, meningitis, sclerosis and atrophy, and, finally, ursemic manifestations.

It is characterized by pauses, which occur periodically in otherwise normal breathing.

Bordered by marshes, the sites of the cities low, undrained, and, in most instances, unsupplied with water-works, the wells from which the necessary supply of water has been reviews drawn have been replenished by percolations from swamps, vaults of privies, tan-yards, stables, and the many other sources of impurity which characterize all large cities. - the soil upon which the city stands is argillaceous to some depth, though underlaid by a tertiary formation of sand and gravel. A thorough knowledge of drug-effects ascertained only by means of" provings" upon the healthy organism forms the very foundation of homoeopathy, without which it would have not even an apology for its existence. Nicotin may also cause diarrhoea alternating with constipation, and also gastric ulcer. He does not admit that these phenomena are due to the superaddition of exudation proceeding from the vessels, for similar changes, he says, occur in parts where no vessels exist. But it does mean dietetic readjustment. She afterward had seven or eight similar attacks coming on at intervals without apparent cause. Third Edition, Revised and Enlarged.

While saying so much in favour of this book, we must be allowed to state that there is not a little in the volume from which we feel bound to dissent. But the man or woman who engages in it as a result of clear conviction and Christian experience will find that it poosesses compensations which to this service are required in the first place to obtain a recognized medical qualification. Jack Medicine, Dean of the Medical Faculty, of the" It is with feelings of regret that we, the Faculty of the Medical Department of the Western University, have learned that it is your intention to sever your connection with us for a time. The shortening of the band of endopelvic fascia, known as Mackenrodt's ligaments, has also been advised in cases of prolapse. This is unfortunate and is capable of working indefinite and widespread misunderstanding among the laity. "A consideration of the position and prospects of rational medicine," it is stated,"resolves itself into the causes affecting such; and these may be arranged under two heads, philosophical and ethical.'" "complaints" Under the philosophical causes, he speaks of the use of the speculum and stethoscope, of microscopy and chemistry, and of the application of logic to medical inquiry, treating, as parts of this, of observation, the Under the ethical causes, he enumerates, the spirit in which it is prosecuted, the conduct of the members of the profession toward one another, and considerations of a political and social nature. The first six of the seven propounded queries can readily be answered by reference to the widely published and fully detailed reports of the Trustees of the American Medical Association, and it is surprising that any editor should ask questions so readily answered by reference to public documents. Periosteum reflected, and a transverse saw cut made through the radius.


The secreting glands and ducts of the liver are derived from an outgrowth from the primitive duodenum of the hypoblast. The principles of surgery, as they were understood forty years ago, are not in their entirety the principles of surgery to-day. The extent to which these patients show this resistive power hardly permits of an intelligent description. For a work of the kind we know of embracing the entire range of scientific and practical medicine and allied science.

Practical experience, however, including the use of the vaccine during epidemics, has proved this not to be the case; indeed, this period is definitely one of heightened resistance. Recently there had occurred a case of unilateral arteriosclerosis of the pulmonary system in which one lung was completely collapsed and functionless and free from sclerosis, whereas the other lung was In reference to Dr.


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