This postural pulse difference seems to be in inverse ratio to the pulse pressure. The operation is quite simple. And unsatisfactory it must be on all these grounds. Among the writers of this period were such men as Fallopius, Eustachius, and Pare. Further, as the stomach is usually deranged and irritable, such a means of strengthening the blood circulation, without at the same time upsetting the stomach, is an It has, too, a strong sedative action, partly due to the relaxation of the perijAeral vessels and partly to the soothing influence it exerts over the unstrung nerves. The inter-vertebral cartilages having llius been made to assume a new figure, occasion deformity of the spine, and are, indeed, in all probability, the usual feat of lateral distortion when it is merely of a mechanical character." The mischief produced by this abnormal direction of the pressure is not confined to the inter-vertebral substance, but extends to the vertebrie.

A microscopical examination of the coats of the veins detects no appearance of thickening or hypertrophy. If they do not meet their boon companions at their customary resorts, indulgence is frequently omitted. They suggest the propriety of immediately assembling the local committees, and call upon every medical man, whtther he is a member of the Association or not, to cooperate with them in their exertions to accomplish the above"The Committee will be happy to receive suggestions, emanating from any medical man, as to the best mode of proceeding in furtherance of their object. These facts must stand as proof that the need of such a book was regarded as fundamental; and in the plan of tuccessive revisions we see evidence of a belief that such These points in history will bear emphasis at the present time, when physicians possess so little knowledge of this work It is safe to say that, the country over, not one physician in one hundred either possesses a copy Therapeutics, at the Fiftieth Annual Meeting of the American from the book or else it does not meet their present It may be presumptuous to remind the members of ihir Section of the unique character of this work. At one of these houses was a case of typhoid fever: an occurrence which, taken in connection with the recent outbreak, raised the suspicion that the typhoid fever from the patient, in some way got into the water used in the dairy. But what was the tumour which was felt through the rectum, while the supposed polypus was exterior to the vagin.i! It was probably a portion ol the uterus which had not been drawn down, and perhaps a more cautious examination would have shown such to be the fact. For instance, one may sit for hours, reading, totally unconscious of the constant action of the muscles of the body holding him erect, of the muscles of the arm holding the book, and of the eye producing accommodation. Since obviously death is caused by air embolism, we do not use it when there is any bleeding in the urinary tract; nor do we fill the bladder to the point of over-distention:

In the mean time, the analyses recorded in the last lecture suggest a few remarks, and the anatomicopathological facts connected with the diseased state of the blood and the deposit of tubercle, require to bo detailed, since no theory can prove satisfactory which is not consistent with these facts. The most important was, that there was" a fatty metamorphosis of the walls both of the larger, and especially the smaller and smallest vessels." This occuned in the" large majority" of cases of pulmonary apoplexy. December, during which the north winds prevail frequently, is comparatively free from rain; and January still more so.

I made no further examination then, but ordered a hip-bath at night, and an oil draught with tincture of opium make water to-day in a stream not thicker than a thread, accompanied by great straining. We do not recall ever having heard of him before, but the data given regarding him are of such unique interest that they will bear unusual significance, showing that he lived to be a record far more important than that of merely dying at an advanced age.

This is cut longitudinally just external to the muscle but not close enough to expose the muscle fibers.

In Tuscany, which serves as a place of transition between Southern and Northern Italy, there is a city placed at the outlet of the last valley of the Arno, and not far from the shores of the Mediterranean, where rain falls frequently and the atmosphere Our author next notices the brilliancy of the sky of Southern Italy, a brilliancy which strikes with astonishment individuals arriving from the north of Europe, or even of France, and consists in a vivid and luminous azure, very similar to that characterizing the equatorial sky. I presume, however, that some of them were." Insalubrious dwellings and localities appeared to have been the most common Dr. The length of canal between these two points is not an inch; its course straight in the median plane. Do not pick up the breast at the periphery, as this will give a false impression of a tumor mass. The extension of the disease to the pharynx, esophagus, tonsils, hard palate and air-passages, is not an uncommon course for it to pursue. I prefer a rather broad knife with which the section is made in the same plane from start to finish, in the limbus, and completed by making a small conjunctival Hap. Wehave inferred, that is to say, that under the use of the first drug the same per centage of persons sullering from the same disease would again recover; and have pursued the same process of reasoning with reference to the second drug; and then compared the figures expressing the inferred constant results from the employment of the two drugs. At times it at first appears that fungal infections be thoroughly treated prior to operation.


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