The patient of whom I am about to give a description has the same swellings at the epiphysial lines and the same curvatures of some of the long bones that are seen in infantile rickets. The teacher has more time to devote to those capable of absorbing information. Beginnin g insidiously, it very slowly and surely advances; the this way. This septum in character closely resembled the membrane which when existing at the vaginal entrance is usually spoken of as imperforate hymen. A temporary respite was obtained by the use of an opiate with copaiba in conjunction with cubebs, but soon the cystalgia was as intense as before. Phelps' case were certainly encouraging.

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It is slightly ovoid, with "review" one extremity pointed by having a clearly-defined contour with a refractile double outline. Thofe of the fourth were called Thetes, or fiich as dealt in The Hifpai were fuppofed to be able to fpend half a Talent, or incapable of making any publick Expences. The remedies employed were, cupping upon the nape of the neck and the hypochondriac regions; sinapisms applied to the soles of the feet: stimulants and antiseptics'to the wounds; acid drinks, and cordial draughts, composed of aether, camphor, and musk. Many of the mental peculiarities and physical defects which have been attributed to maternal impressions are explainable by the existence of some systemic disease, such as syphilis, ete. There has been considerable progress in lowering the mortality in cases of severe acute head injury. These, no doubt, and an unstable mind due e. A definite inoculation, a typical course, immunity fi'om a subsequent attack, Bacteria are not the disease, they are its cause. The treatment employed was the internal use of potassium iodid, intralaryngeal applications of the faradic current, and daily external applications of galvanism, placing a pole on each side of the larynx and making slow iiitorruptlons. For additional information and salary contact: Medical practice. An interval of from four to eight hours should elapse before the second irrigation is jattempted. Care must be taken to make the bowels move freely. Such motives must somehow be reinforced. One argument which has been advanced against maternal impressions, is that the assumed causes are alleged to have operated upon the embrj'o subsequently to the named period for the evolution of the jmrt which is found to be the site of the malformation, implying, not only a formative process, but a retroforin tive power. The paper on lactic acid fermentation was presented before the Lille Scientific Society in fermentation was read before the Academie des Sciences in which he declared that his experiments showed that the splitting of sugar into alcohol and carbonic acid was due to the activities of organized living agents,"microscopic globules." It was a physiological process. "' This substance proved to be very toxic for rabbits (a tenth of a milligram of the dried the dangerous effects of the sarcosporidian parasite are not caused merely by the disturbances which they set up in the tissues of the host, but are due to an active poison secreted by In most of the cases examined by the writer there was little evidence of tissue reactions; and while definite proof was lacking, yet it would seem reasonable to assume that the marked alterations noted in the muscle fibers may have been caused by some toxic substance slowly eliminated by the numerous sarcocysts present in the musculature. Member Everett SCRIBNER, ERNEST VARIAN (Bowdoin Med.


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