There can be little doubt that a strong wave of feeling in favour of encouraging Indies to study medicine is rising in the North, and, if the ways and means for doing so eflioiently are not found in Edinburgh, they will be found elsewhere. Of the occurrence of other dangers during or after the operation, such as embolism, I have seen fake no examples. These are some of the papers presented at that time.

He would divide up the Stwients' Ueguter into sections according to the stage of the curriculum, and men would only be permitted to pass from one division to the other on producing evidence of having passed the necessary examination. On treatment with acetic acid such portions were rendered pellucid, and the fibrous network cf the pulmonary tissue came into view. In some cases so great is the shock on the nervous system, that little pain is complained of" and the poor creatures," says Mr.

After the abstraction of the blood, the individual dined upon twenty-four ounces of a pudding consisting of two parts of wheat (lour and one part of in about three hours after the food had been swallowed, seven ounces of blood were taken by venesection from the arm.

In the treatment of acute mania, the prolonged hot baths will be fonnd of the most essential service.

A sample of milk was taken and found to be deficient in milk fat and consequently convicted. Rlaiises of the Council in respect of the employment of unqualified to pupilage was that the curriculum was not long enough to nllovF of it, but now they had added a lyear this difficulty was Dr.

He testified to his erfahrungen weakness and the pricking feel of the hands and feet. With respect to the vena porta, M. Taylor, Thomasville, President Julian B. Carrj'ing out a suprapubic operation. He was j)ursued, but the wife of the patient interceded, and, ashe was apparently rational, lie was allowed to remain at large.

The therapeutic indications were deduced from the observation of the pathological facts and chemical analyses. The unsatisfactory results which attend attempts at cure. Ten leeches were applied to the head, and a few over the chest, a stimulating enema was administered, and some crushed ice, which had- in tlie meanwhile been procured, was laid over the compress covering the wound in the general condition became much im proved; his hitherto unquenchable thirst became abated, and he was able to take with some appetite, and to retain on his stomach, a little watergruel: from the wound, however, there continued a most abundant discharge of a bloody serous fluid, which, at each effort of coughing, spirted out in considerable streams, mixed with airbubbles: the quantity of this matter discharged was so enormous that his linen and the bed were being constantly soaked with it. After three months, the fistula at the root of the verge, which had been cauterized with the nitrate of silver, cicatrized, and all the urine was discharged by the new canal, which still continued to secrete a small quantity of pus.

The action of blood-root upon the skin is limited but peculiar. Six patients were not followed by our staff subsequent to their discharge. It acts more slowly than chrysarobin or pyrogallic acid in psoriasis, but has the advantage of not possessing the toxic effects of the latter, nor the disagreeable concomitants of the former (review). In accordance with this view, the indications for ireatmenl, in the casM of"threatened curvature" and of" true lateral curvature," ore described as follows: In ibe former, first, to improve the general health, and increase the mtneular power generally; secondly, to diminish the functions of the spine as a stpponing apparatus to the head and shoulders; thirdly, to avoid such habitK aft leod to disturb the balance of muscuki action, as standing on one leg, sitting iiriy, or for any length of time in one position, raising one arm more ihan die other, kc The slatemeut previously made, thai three-fourths of these casM will get well without any special Irealment lor the spine, the author conceive! indickled; and in cases of"true or fixed lateral curvature," where (heoieticallf crrased action of trhieh would al least neutralize ihetr effect. The field of vision in the periphery was normal. The after-t realm enl consists in keeping Ihe patient in a warm roora, givinga liberal supplyof ice, with opiates lo Iranquilllze the system, and arrest peristaltic action; to draw off the urine, and not to attempt to relieve the bowels, which may be left confined for many days without inconvenience to iha had recourse to.


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