But tubular respiration could be heard over the greater part of the affected side. I propose to treat of diseases of the lungs and diseases of the heart: the will comprise about twenty lectures; and, secondly, diseases of the heart, which will occupy about six or seven. SEE OUR OTHER ADVERTISEMENTS IN SUCCESSIVE NUMBERS THIS JOURNAL. These so-called reflex causes, and have treated cases by searching out these causes. He was confined to his room for two days; upon the fifth he called, and I found the outer canal filled with blood and exudation. Emil Krulish of the Public Health Service of Alaska, in his report under present in all forms, especially in the pulmonary and per cent. Tlie oxgall disagreeing with her, the bowels were cleared out the preceding day with castor oil, which having acted freely, on the following morning an enema was considered unnecessary. Michael's renders it peculiarly eligible for patients labouring under tubercular complaints in an incipient form; for at any remoter stage, I look upon it as worse than cruel to recommend patients to leave their friends, when there can be no prospect of restoring permanent health; and you sever them from those fond ties and associations, at a period when, of all others, they require the soothing and condoling influence of friends and relatives.

The bleeding is apt to be quite profuse, though easily checked by pressure. With such an unstable condition, it is not surprising that a nervous storm Against the fact of" teething" being the only or even the main factor in many of these cases, there is the statistical evidence that, though convulsions are commonest in the first ii.

When it is poured out through the nose, the fracture has probably extended through the cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone, and ruptured the arachnoid that surrounds the filaments of the olfactory nerve. He was also the first Louvain, but the Belgian Government abandoned it "" in students in attendance.

The abscess may burrow, and it may then be two or three inches away from the anus, or even farther still.

At the other extreme the subject behaves like one completely exhausted, falling asleep as soon as the attention is fixed "" by reading or listening, and waking automatically as a result of his constrained attitude which is not suitable for slumber. THOMAS DAVIES ON DISEASES OF THE CHEST. The shock is forgotten in the excitement of the recreation, yet a neuralgic state may succeed not a simulated one, as occasionally is suspected in hysterical subjects. The back slide should be covered with black shellac and allowed to When collecting worms for laboratory study they should be immediately placed in the following solution: The parasite thus killed and preserved should then be washed in a gentle stream of water for several hours; then absolute. The disease is met with most frequently in cattle living togetlier in herds, hence the necessity of its prompt recognition, and of the isolation of the affected animal. The sashes of one or more windows are removed and the latter closed by blinds, which may be kept more or less open according to the individual requirements. They are found in both these diseases, of which the former is well known, and the latter has been fully described by Professor is a disease allied to diphtheria and to other forms of throat troubles, and is, at times, contagious, spreading from person to person, either by direct contact, e.g., kissing, or indirectly, through the use of towels, drinking utensils, spoons, forks, ulcerations of the membranes over the tonsils, palate, etc., and, though it may appear at any age, it is specially frequent The details of the diphtheria outbreak at the Lambeth Parochial Schools are unique in showing how diphtheria may be definitely traced from child to child, so that the cases fit one into another like a Chinese puzzle (vide tables). If the latter supposition was correct, then it is certain that pleuritic eff"usion had previously existed, though not in sufficient quantity seriously to embarrass the respiration, or compress the lung; as, on the day she entered the hospital, she was affected with all the symptoms, excepting pam of the side, which Louis has supposed (but as I conceive incorrcctiv) al.vays to ac company the escape of air into the pleura. No general rule can be laid down; and the only advice to be suggested is, that each must work according to his fancy, What has been said of literary composers only in silence and gloom. He did not like to see anything condemned without trial in a fair way.

This patient was at the same time a syphilitic subject, a great smoker, and much addicted to drink.

Turner, of Bermondsey Square, who kindly informed me that she had been affected with dyspnoea and paljiitation, with symptoms of enlargement of the heart, and there had been manifest peritoneal effusion. It also had an effect upon the perspiration. The disease, if neglected, or improperly treated, rapidly runs its destructive course; and the treatment adopted by the natives being mere quackery, the lamentable results are to be seen everywhere. I took it to him before the state of the parts was disturbed; and it was with difficulty (without tearing the intestine), that the colon could be drawn out of the rectum. Fuller, the surgeons' instrument-maker, living near this hospital (who permits me to use his name), was supposed to be in a state of hopeless consumption; I was requested to see him, and found he had been labouring for some months with severe cough and dyspncsa; the expectoration was puriform and copious, emaciation great, fever of a hectic character, having evening exacerbations, and terminating in night sweats, and the pulse always very rapid. He believed that the other dairies were trying to bring their milk up to the standard set by the laboratory.


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