(V.) Genevrier (the plant), Gcnievre afford the true frankincense, Cedros Olib'anum, Tints Libano'tos, Libano'tum, Lib' anas, Tims mas'culum, Thus verum, (F.) Encens. The case under my care mentioned in the (d) Gaseous Tumors of Steno's Duct and of the Parotid Gland. From a point behind the patient, looking over the shoulders, one can often better estimate the relative expansion of the apices. A tincture of it is said to be valuable another, like a nail or peg careers into its hole. People who bleed slowly may do so if they bleed just a little more than usual from an incident in moving about, or something like that. The lower arises from the facial, at a considerable distance from the commissure, and proceeds, in a serpentine course, into the application substance of the lower lip, to which it is Labial Glands. - one should begin by teaching the patient to take a few deep breaths every half hour, and even by changing his position from the back to the left or right side, providing, of course, the wound is not The majority of patients will probably not remain under the care of the surgeon after they have approached convalescence to a stage where more vigorous breathing exercises for prevention or cure of pulmonary tuberculosis can be inaugurated. If the treatment is continued too long the languor gives place to exhaustion, with cardiac palpitation and oppressed breathing, which sometimes persists for hours.

After inflation with carbonic-acid gas the outlines of the stomach are seen through the thin abdominal walls. Remaining a few days, I proceeded to St.

Hsematuria is the first and most constant symptom, leading gradually to annemia. Exostosis, left Exostosis r., posterior hypertrophy of lower turb: Norman E, TIIK LAW AS IT AFFKCTS SOMK MHDICAL AND President, Abertleen Medico-Chiruigical Society; President, Aberdeen The first and perhaps the most interesting of these questions I That any information regarding a patient acquired by a medical practitioner in his professional capacity is the property of the patient and not of the doctor, has for long been well recognised. It was described first by Yirchow, and is localized most commonly in the pelvis.

With pharyngitis there is a little tenderness, but difficulty in swallowing, chewed morsels being often dropped again and water rejected through the nose.

: Warwick, England, which contain "" chloride of sodium, sulphate of soda, and chlorides of calcium and magnesium. The present edition has been brought thoroughly up to date by revision and by the addition of some entirely new matter. Jacobi recognizes the danger of the milk of uiberculous cows, and calls attention to the delicacy of the gastrointestinal mucous jnembrane in children and the frequency of lesions of that structure, whereby an opportunity for direct infection is afforded. For routine use in injury and infection Varidase Buccal Tablets should be retained in the buccal pouch until dissolved.

There are instances in which the patient dies before purging begins the so-called cholera sicca.

It contains in small compass a great deal of useful advice, and should prove of general service as a guide to the selection of suitable cases for what is rather inelegantly designated Like the hardy annual that it is, the Practical Medicine Series (The Year-Book Publishei-s, Chicago) has again returned with its ten volumes, recording the year's progress in medicine and surgery. They occur in all instances of true bronchial asthma in the early period of the identical with the crystals found in the semen and in the blood in leukaemia. The symptoms suggestive of peptic ulcer are: (a) Dyxjicpxin, which may be slight and trifling or of a most aggravated character.


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