I have seen patients grasp the affected side with both hands and endeavor to restrict its motion and lessen cough.

On the sixth day of the puerperium she was singing to her baby and chatting the temperature had risen. The constipation is, in the case instanced, owing to cutting across of the intrinsic fibres between the bulbar and dorsal centres; there is no longer amicable antagonism; each centre" pursues its private ends; the inliibitorj' dorsal centre over-acts and over-antagonises the motor bulbar centre.

In chronic cystitis, on the other hand, washing out the bladder might Chronic inflammation of the bladder is still rarer than acute cystitis. My experience confirms these conclusions to the letter.

In addition to the case just described, macroscopically ruptured aneurysms were found in three other brains. Terrier emphasizes the fact that the ureter is more likely to be injured in sacral than in vaginal or abdominal hysterectomy. Johnson that he and the other medical men considered the case to be one of irritant poisoning, possibly from arsenic, and that they had already tested some of the vomit for arsenic. They are some OPERATIVE TREATMENT OF THE NERVES.

Soon the joints of the fingers of the right hand became involved. When the knife had passed into the cerebellum for about half an inch pus escaped, and on dilating the opening with forceps about one and a half ounces of pus was evacuated.

Horses and sometimes cattle are killed in this region by eating grass or meadow hay which is contaminated with the plant. The patella was quite movable, and he could execute a complete range of movements with the right leg; indeed, there was no appreciable difference between the right limb and the left, except that the former presented two cicatrices. We must conclude that lameness should be regarded as a proof of an unsatisfactory result only when it is due to a degree of shortening that renders a limp a necessity, and cannot be overcome by the efforts of the patient, but requires the aid of artificial appliances.

This recurrence, with no further instrumentation or other assignable cause, would, of course, suggest further trouble of a serious nature, but attacks of this sort may go on for some weeks, with many recurrences, and yet end in recovery. These symptoms had gradually grown worse, and dyspnea was well marked.

Next he became troubled by swelling of the feet and ankles, starting numbness of his hands and feet.

It is exceptional, however, in adults.

The retarded consolidation with the enormous callous formation go toward proving a medullary cause for these spontaneous fiactures. American Journal of Ophthalmology, St. It is only at the moment when the tissues, the cellular elements, capillaries, etc., have reached the point where repair has just begun, when the first cells have assumed the embryonic state, that the drainage-tube becomes a foreign body, in the sense of interfering with repair. Pains over her heart, breathlessness, and vomiting. Under the first head, spina bifida was the only condition requiring consideration. He was the first to describe the" rodent nicer," which was often known as" Jacob's nicer." elected President of the College.


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