On the other hand, the volume of their combined observations, together with the fact that individual bias and interpretation have been very largely eliminated by the method of a joint report, invests their conclusions with a high degree of authority and importance. When it is bent, after connecting the rubber with the ends of the spines as before, these ends are projected outward and upward. If this be frothy, it indicates active bronchitis, catarrh, or influenza; if stringy, and of a whitish or yellowish color, the bronchitis has become chronic, or spasmodic, or there may be whooping-cough present or impending; if purulent, it may indicate the latter stages of catarrh or influenza, especially if the sputa, or matter spat up, is mixed more or less with a tenacious mucus; genuine the bursting of a vomica on the lungs, or of erfahrungen the matter of the empyema having found its way into the bronchial passages; the yellow matter often expectorated in humeral asthma is not truly purulent, but to a large extent mucous. Still later it was shown that not only could muscular contraction be produced by an electrical current, but that each individual contraction of the muscle generated an electrical current.


As regards the amount of pain involved in these experiments, in all of them, except those performed undei special certificates, the animals are cates, which dispense either partially or entirely with far as any operative proceeding was concerned, in simple inoculation or hypodermic injection, either with some morbific virus or for the purpose of therapeutic inquiry, and in which the administration of an anaesthetic to which all animals have a great repugnance, would only entail needless annoyance and distress. Subcapsular enucleation of the prostate excepting that portion lying anterior to bladder and is fastened to the skin with a safetv pin.

After the patient had passed a sleepless night, the author was called in the morning, and on examination could discover no hernia on either side. The greatest number of injections administered to one individual arsenobenzol of the Dermatological Eesearch Laboratories, one patient having multiple chancres with a positive dark field from each lesion. Admitted to asylum stared unmeaningly about him. A stick was said to be a rattlesnake, and believed to be so.

When it is not likely to be used for a time, it should be emptied of its contents, and put away with the passages all open. The book contains a moderate number of original drawings which are There are several errors in orthography which are unfortunate as they have to do with specific or generic names of vectors of disease. Investigation has been made brain tissue. During the voyage ho had vomito'l profusely several times. Thornhill, who begged that he would see the boy, and by way of quickening his attention gave him a fee, which the surgeon put in his pocket. - madden's) double are theinsi;lves radicles in thvmpeutic chemistry. Is especially indicated if the patient has been troubled with boils or any form of suppurative disease. The patient is warned of the possibility of there being an infectious condition present and is asked to take proper precautions as regards rest, diet and due care until there are no further disturbances of pulse or temperature to be found. The tumor was raised and brought out of the pelvis by passing two fingers hi Front of and under it, hooking it up and revolving it on the axis of its attachment at the broad ligament; it was then delivered at the linear incision by press ing the walls outward and towards the patient's back until it slipped out; it was then transfixed below its base and tied, and with the ovary and whole of the right fallopian tube, was removed intact. The union of the stomach with the descending duodenum, introduced by Billroth for restoring continuity after pylorectomy and improved by Kocher, had been utilized in certain cases of benign stenosis by Henie and then Villard, but lately has been advanced by Finney as a substitute for all gastro-jejunostomies. In many ways from those of other supply departments, and it is often diffcult to secure an exemption from conformity to the general plan of supply depots.

He would admit, however, that there were exceptions, in which the conditions described by Dr. In order to protect these latter from the effects of the atmos))here, or a stray drop of acid from the' For particulars of the construction of this agitator, see U. On the matter of death from chloroform in the human subject, we must not forget a combination of several untoward circumstances, each of which may contribute to the fatal result. Not only is the exhalation of carbonic acid favored, but the subsequent absorption of oxygen is augmented on account of the greater extent to which emptying of the lungs has been secured. It is in Section II., however, devoted to diseases of the sjjinal cord, that the author has made the most extensive, and perhaps also the most valuable additions to his treatise. Twenty years previously she received an injury the head rested loosely between the tuberosities. Boldt, in concluding, still believed that intermediate trachelorrhaphy would be beneficial for those who would be almost certain to require such an operation at a subsequent period if it were not done. Some such factor is probably at work when intermittence is observed in young and apparently healthy subjects. In the first, it is denounced cut bono stage, it is decried as useless, and hostile to religion.


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