" Pathologist, and Director of the Bacteriological Laboratory. Of which the diagnosis was completed by the discovery of the bacilli and the third presented all the histological appearances of tuberculosis, case in which there Avas the interesting clinical observation that in washing out the pleural cavity, after resection of a rib for pyopneuniothorax, portions of previously ingested food came away in the washings. Fearing this, I draw the attention AMER. The period of incubation may be from a few hours to months, and during this time the patient may complain of severe pain in the aft'ected part, in some instances the pain may be quite severe but intense pain does not necessarily mean a severe burn; in fact what might be termed a mild burn often produces the most discomfort. And of which the materials are at hand in every family, consists of the quantity of all, or of any one of the active constituents may be increased or diminished; or any one of them may be replaced by dsBBkest satcriaL Two or three flnidonnees of castor oil, linseed ail, oKto oil, or fresh mdted batter, maj thns be mixed with a pint of iazaeed vodlage; the castor oil being preferred when the strongest impression is desired, the melted batter when the mildesL solred in a pint or more of warm water: Considerable care should be exercised not to allow the caustic to touch the healthy skin around, and not to press it too deeply into the skin, for in these ways a large and ugly sore may be made where only a simple and innocent one existed.

The essential physical findings, upon the examination, were as follows: Orthopnea, many carious teeth, marked pyorrhea.

The enthusiasm of the French students far exceeded their former outburst, and, since they could not very well carry Dr. Sooner or later in most cases a stone gets impacted in one place or another.

Nausea and vomiting intestinal disturbances are not important. - but the source of fallacy is here so obvious, that the strongest proof would be required to establish so strange an hypothesis. Heredity, to which has been attributed such an important rdle in the past, plays an altogether unimportant part in the spread of tuberculosis, ranking only with such factors as insufficient and imperfect food, and defective hygienic conditions. The joints are of various kinds. Changes similar to the acute, consisting in the increase of cells in the chronic.

Intravenous injection, intraperitoneal injection, determination of coagulation time, ventricular puncture, temperature taking, gastric lavage and Schick testing are only some of the things mentioned. The successful initiation of the child into this new life, is evidently the first and most important object of those interested in her welfare; for whatever may be her material and social advantages, she must be nevertheless a woman; DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Attention was also directed to the congenital defects which were not uncommon in these regions, and in some cases were directly connected with the mixed tumors. In jaundiced cases he prefers ligating all bleeding points rather than trust pressure forceps. Suspecting its contents to be purulent, I adopted the procedure of placing an iodoform tampon in the incision, taking care to properly place the peritoneum in contact with the gall-bladder. Another source for the blood which may issue from the mouth is the nose, for bleeding from the nose sometimes occurs at a point so far back in the nostrils that the blood escapes backward into the throat instead of running from the nose onto the face.

Music, when it can be borne, has a soothing power beyond words. Such sights are unfortunately common in the observation of physicians. The association issues a special proclamation warning its members against the proposed American Academy of Railway efforts to establish a rival society, says the resolution," have used fee- similes of letterheads of the railway surgeons for the purpose of producing a false impression as trick, and, in the words of another," You shouldn't ort to have done it." We believe in fair play if you are landing because of being under contract to perform labor made previous to their arrival. The worst case of this disease I ever met with arose from eating raspberries, and ceased at once when the offending cause was discharged from the stomach (


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