It is also alkaline,- and may give tone to the stomach. Beale, Louis Agassiz, Sharpey, Hassall, Bastian, Tyndal, Huxley, Virchow, and others, every organized structure of the living body was subjected to microscopic analyses and found to be composed of individual cells, varying in size and shape, and performing a great variety of functions, but all composed essentially of an organizable substance recognized as the physical basis of life, and called by some investigators protoplasm and by others bioplasm. It will be observed that in one of the above cases an extreme sensitiveness of t lie skin is nuule mention of, and it may often be observed that with pains in the limbs, and increased sensibility of the surface, there is a general dislike to be disturbed. Leonard reports, in the Progres Medical, removal, a very large pessary, and whose death was attributed to the instrument.

A peculiar fruity odor, like that of acetone, is sometimes exhaled by the breath and the urine. Pasteur gave twenty-three inoculated dogs to the Committee. It receives the auditory veins and some inferior cerebellar P. Polypi, and most infusoria, are reproduced by buds or offsets, the buds being separated from which engages our attention more particularly, the phenomena are as follows: The part of the male, in the act of reproduction, is to deposit the semen in the vagina, at a greater or less distance from the orifice of the The function which the female discharges is much more obscure: some feel, at this moment, very strong voluptuous sensations; others appear entirely insensible; while others, again, experience a sensation which is very painful. The pus was found to be sterile in eight cases, to contain Entamoebae histolytica in three cases, staphylococcus in three cases, and B. No suggestion or advice will be offered them, or will the slightest pressure be brought to bear on their deliberations. The proposal to remove the uterine appendages in order to prevent pregnancy has been made to me by women, but surely we have some kind of conscience.


But, before taking up the consideration of the diagnosis of this disease, let us review briefly a few salient points of the morbid anatomy upon which the clinical Most authorities are agreed upon the following general propositions: (a) That although in the strict sense of the term, it is questionable whether there is ever a primary renal tuberculosis, still, for all practical purposes, the kidney may be the primary organ to be involved. Its use was coincident with the beginning of life.

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