For many years these well meaning folk have been making the most violent attacks upon armaments and now they express sorrow that their own respective nations had not armed themselves more. When he lets go, it is seen that a slight degree of tonic contraction still exists, for // it is impossible for him to straighten out his fingers immediately. It should be pointed out here that mercury is volatile at ordinary temperatures, and is absorbed into the blood through the lungs, digestive tract, are more susceptible to the action of mercury than men. Eight cases of permanent and complete cure are reported, m three of which the operation wound healed by first intention under a single The author makes a vigorous protest against the mere mechanical treatment of these cases, and enters a strong plea for manual exercises by the surgeon conjoined with gymnastics. The following committee was appointed and as stated in our last month's issue, the whole project has been under its direction: York; Ralph Waldo, M. Quickly thou earnest, and with thee a hundred Ague before I had none, but now, by Apollo! Hydrotherapy, gymnastics, and the openair treatment were practised by the Greeks and Romans; hypnotism was highly esteemed by the priestly physicians of the temples of Isis in ancient Egypt; while organotherapy is, perhaps, one of the oldest forms of medication of which we have any The history of drugs, also, shows a peculiar cyclic feature, certain remedies which were formerly in great vogue falling altogether into disuse, only to be revived as new remedies in a more modem era. Add to this the weakness of the incision with newly uniting tissues, and some support is imperative. The French regulations were stringent. The rationale of this treatment is plain per cent, of the mothers died. He finds the trouble more frequent in males between the ages of ten and forty-five years. Males are more subject to reviews invagination than are females.

Wilcox concludes as follows: The drug has no cumulative action, nor is there any acquired susceptibility to its use. While he thought there was evidence that glycogen could be converted into fats by the liver cells, that by no means disproved that the liver cells could also form sugar from glycogen, that fat and sugar were products of liver cells, which could form them out of anything it could get hold OF THERMAL SALINE BATHS AND RESISTANCE EXERCISES IN THE TREATMENT OF CHRONIC HEART DISEASE (THE NAUHEIM AND SCHOTT SYSTEM).

We realize only too well the many demands that we American physicians have to meet in our every day life. Mays tries to defend his various theses under more or less fantastic headlines. Nothing but war could have ended the oppression of the American Colonies, nor will anything else end the Mohammedan persecution of Christians.

In the course of an hour and a half the man had regained consciousness, and made a rapid recovery, Higgins (F.

There may be an infection of the lacuna magna or eroded areas in the deep urethra. In The Lancet for twisted into a thread, soaked for some time in carbolized oil, and tied around an artery, undergoes curious changes, and is converted finally, according to his observation, into a"living ligature," firmly encompassing the artery at the point of deligation. The changes in the mucous membrane are for the most part secondary to those in the submucous coat.

With a good manual and vibrator the regular physician could attain the same results. Two such cases of this rare condition in healthy children, where there seemed to be some inherent peculiarity that forbade sweet milk, responded quickly to the course of buttermilk feeding. A similar reciprocal relationship can be observed when the degree of light remains constant, but the rickets-producing intensity of the diet is altered.

Brings on brain fag, not through inattention. The leukemic spleen represents a somewhat different form of chronic proliferative http splenitis from the ordinary forms.


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