- syn., lithiasis at first by excessive lacrimation and sensitiveness to light, resulting in blurred vision and continued flow of mucus.

The low chest circumference of French-Canadian sections is due to the small stature of the population in these sections, though relatively the chest girth stands rather high.

George's Hospital, and Consulting Physician to the Hospital for Sick Children; Ophthalmic Hospital, Moorfields; Harrow Lands, Hospital; Physician to the East London Hospital for London Hospital and to the Victoria Hospital for Anatomy in King's College, London, and Physician to and Senior Physician to the Hospital of St.

It is a succedaneum for potassium iodide, inhaling the vapor or swallowing it ( D., Hyde Memorial Fund Fellow, Assistant in Cutaneous Pathology, Rush Medical College. If a man is the kind of material to select for high honors, he is very likely to be found out by some strong man, or men, and the honors are just as readily distributed under one system as when operating another. Tbo gull W ity empty, liads it almost as full at tbe begiiuiingof tite dlastoKe i M it ilioulil be when tltdt iQovcinciit u complete.

Amongst the four hundred observations on dentition reported by Eichnmnn, there were a few in wbicli the first tooth cut at twcntj-t(fo months, and iu a case described by Chuichill, the fh'st tooth cut at seven years The following excellent remarks arc from a clinical lecture delivered at the Haspitid for Sick.

Exceptionally robust form; their average body weight being greater than that of the middle Sierras, with a population consisting of men selected for their robustness and their ability to withstand rigors of life among the gold diggers. The pneumococcus invades the lung and produces a most serious, violent and devastating illness; but everything is in the open. Dose for an adult chlorargentate (klor-ar'-j en-tat). A quarter of a grain of morphia three times a day was direcled, complete repose, and the lowest diet, hy attempts to extend the thigh; bowels moved naturally last night. Certain protozoa, such as trypanosoma ( Is this not too large a contribution to expect from The problem of establishing a clinical school in North Carolina is more complex than perhaps you may imagine. Fluctuantes, floating ribs, costae illegitimae, c. Tho great majority of obstacles to the circulation, which pve rise revknas aection, a laige number of diseases of the limgs and plconi tve come under our notice, in nhich hypertrophy of the right heart been shown to be not only a necessary consequence of anatomical brought about by tlie afToctions of tlic lungs, but was erea byKOia. Urinary bladder and the intestine. Third, the difference in pres- and gall bladder bile, sure between the gall bladder and cystic Smithies et al., say that it is the traction. He organized the Johnston-Willis Sanitarium in Richmond, and his surgical skill and reputatit)n soon acquired for it an enviable reputation. A small abscess formed at one side of the rectum, burnt sinus in the buttock discharged freely and the skin around became red and swollen. We have had no carbolic acid, permanganate of potass, or disinfectant of any kind, since I have been here, until within the last three days.

Bailey, in concluding the discussion of his paper, remarked that he had wittingly made few positive assertions.

Pertaining to a dioptry; dioptrics (di-op'-triks). Many of those, however, who even teach this theory in their lectures are not exactly satisiied with it, and yet are not prepared to state definitely in what they dissent from it. Which were carried out under strict dynamometric control, he finds that it is possible to lengthen the normal limb by direct traction upon the skeleton. Michael Faraday established the science of electro-chemistry. The pericardium was found universally adherent, with incompetent aortic valves and puckered and dilated mitral." intense dyspnoea and cyanosis. And, today, many of the problems which engaged them are as much unsolved as they were by Sir Isaac and his associates. The amount of served; so that many houses must have been inspected which were since the present system of drainage was commenced.


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