But when the number of patients in individual hospitals became so large that the presiding administrator could not keep in personal touch with all the circumstances, and was obliged to delegate authority to subordinates, and trust employees to render the necessary service to refractory patients, the necessity for explicit and strict rules on such matters became urgent, if the insane patients are always to receive kind treatment.

Menstruation is often irregular in hysterical women; it should be regulated as far as possible.

John Robinson" served but in one Assembly and we legit get but a slight glimpse of him. After once urinating, he is allowed to drink watery fluids as usual. The conclusions to be drawn are that Apostoli's method is not only worthy of trial, but that it should always be tried before resorting to surgical methods, which though more speedy and radical, are always mutilating and dangerous As to the second method of treatment, by castration, there is not much to be said at this time, probably there are lew cases capable of relief by this method that could not be better relieved by electricity; indeed, galvano-cauterization has cured several cases after castration had failed. Much burning, stinging, or itching attends them. In severe hyperemia of the brain, the dura mater or outer covering will be found injected and in cases of long standing reviews may be adherent to the bones of the cranial cavity. It is, in other words, a deviation from the normal physiological state or action of the organism, under the disturbing influence of morbid causes.

It is known that there is a period of incubation for tuberculosis of from one to three weeks. The diagnosis can be established only by necropsy and a microscopic examination of the blood to determine the ratio of the white to the red corpuscles: site. The standard dose employed subsequent injections to diniinisli llic anionnl until dose was species, body weight, temperature, condition of liealth, and, finally, a factor which can not be reckoned upon, viz, in(hvi(hial idio.syncrasy. Holding distinctly in our minds the principle that the object of blood-letting is to balance the quantity, consistency, and distribution of the blood, and not to reduce the strength of the patient, it is far from impossible that the balancive action especially of local blood-letting may be called for in a case in which the forces require to be sustained at the same time by" supporting treatment." Personal experience, however, is indispensable to the application of these, or any analogous principles, to cases, in regard to the management of which the profession has been, but we may hope will not always be, divided.

His skill in pulmonary diseases came to be so well recognized that he was called to all parts of coupons the country in consultation and by his personal example and continual teaching spread a further knowledge of these affections and the proper physical signs pointing to their diagnosis.

Elizabeth s Hospital, a small institution well was made visiting surgeon to Mt (real).

In the fall when the cold, damp weather begins outbreaks occur quite commonly, and poultrymen often refer to the early inception of the disease as a"cold." The intensity of the disease usually increases until the warm weather makes its appearance, when it diminishes and lies dormant, to reappear at the first cool, damp weather in the fall when fake the birds are more closely confined. A suture is made of mucous to mucous, although it is not essentially necessary. From its occurring nearly always in females, and from a supposition of its originating in some affection of the womb, this name has been given to a variable disorder, of which the main characteristic is, morbid excitability of the whole nervous system. Cadwallader, MD, has been approved for membership in the Racine County Medical Society. The treatment was now changed to influenza serum daily, conjoined with nuclein solution by the mouth. The flabby review mass covered by a thin layer of fibrin, of an opaque yellow color and surrounded by a zone in which small hemorrhages are seen. A dispute had arisen between Professor Lankester and the Vice-Chancellor as to the necessity of a certain vivd voce examination, Professor Lankester considering that it was left to his discretion to decide whether he should attend, and the VicoChancellor holding that his attendance was obligatory, A rule ST. The death-rate in disease appears to be fatally prevalent in the Hague.


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