Case of pseudo-hypertrophic muscular paralysis are very striking, and cannot easily be overlooked or mistaken. The able faculty of that city, if we are correctly informed, were, at first, at a loss to locate the disease, and still more to treat it with any considerable degree of The Second Regiment of Mississippi Rifles, en route for Mexico, months after our Regiment had entered the service, we had sustained a loss of one hundred and sixty-seven by death, and one hundred and thirty-four by discharge." This great mortality is certainly almost Dr. A wire pessary, covered with guttapercha to the size of about half an inch, is now introduced into the dilated uterine cavity, and allowed to remain for one and at most two days, and then replaced by one half the size, and so on, till in three or four days the smaller sized wire pessary is introduced, and retained for five or six days.

But if there is no previous tendency, the mental miseries may go on for years and years without producing any real unsoundness of mind.

In the quantities concerned it is innocuous and the symptoms currently attributed to the condition bear no resemblance to oxalic acid poisoning. On her admission she was placed in a warm bath, her clothes were removed, and every precaution used to get rid of the insects; but in two hours after being put to bed the surface was again covered, and all attempts at removing the vermin were unsuccessful, the regeneration of them being so remarkably rapid as to set remedies at total defiance. Still rather relaxed, and the skin somewhat hot. The eyes became hollow, glassy, and surrounded by a bluish circle; the pulse imperceptible at the wrist, and the tongue of a leaden color and unpleasantly cold to the touch. The other constituents of the urine were therefore but little affected, and a moderate gain or loss of body nitrogen did not seem to affect the changes noted. AUTO-INTOXICATION ASSOCIATED WITH THE PURIN Concerned in this metabolism are the substances derived from the purin nucleus: uric acid; several bases, xanthin, hypoxanthin, adenine, guanin; and three vegetable bases, caffeine, theobromine, and theophyllin, all methyl-xanthins. Tonics are also not unfrequently called for toward the end of the attack in a feeble child; especially quinine or tincture of bark (Huxham's), iron, or cod-liver oil. Properties probably similar to those of R. Has the patient really been injured? y. R., dislocation and fracture of humerus in Elaterium in cardiac dropsy, l-W Engel, M., double inguinal hernia on same side, IIS Epilepsy, Mr.

When the reaction ceases, he resorts to tar diluted with alcohol, to oleum fagi, huile de cade, or to ointments containing the usual preparations of mercury, zinc, or lead.

Dogs, for instance, that are naturally friendly and docile, suddenly turn surly and bad-tempered, and as quickly return again to their former docile manner, showing more affection than usual. It is a mistake to supijose that madness is more common in dogs least as many cases occur in winter as in summer. Fortunately some of those enumerated are rare, such as opening into the peritoneum. In accidents of this kind the circumstances are singular, from the fact that the patient is apparently healthy one minute and is in the throes of death the next. There was erythema intertrigo between the thighs, and patches of red congestion on the trunk. Because of the small bulk of feces yielded by normal amounts of fats and carbohydrates it is becoming customary to maintain the size of the stool by causing the patient to ingest agar-agar in proper amounts (Mendel and Fine).

In a few hours, the emphysema spreads in all directions, making the patients appear as if they were anasarcous; the general symptoms are, as a rule, aggravated at the same time. The chair appointed the following committee to memorialize Congress on the A resolution was adopted, repudiating the rights of colleges exclusively of Dentistry and Pharmacy, to send delegates to the Association. In this type of poisoning intestinal lavage should be used. Melt the Suet in a stoppered bottle capable of holding twice the quantity indicated. Practically from the time investigators were able to differentiate, in a rough way, between fats, carbohydrates and proteins those workers who were interested in nutrition problems have been suggesting the varying amounts of these dietary constituents which should be daily ingested by individuals in the various walks of life.

The woman died thirty-six hours after giving birth to her child. Certain very recent experiments of Osborne and Mendel on the question of growth deserve mention.

Inasmuch as juices and secretions containing protein material are poured into the intestine even during periods of inanition it is surprising that no traces of indican were detected in the urine subsequent to the third fasting day. Case of Epilepsy continuing Nine Years, and at length removed by an accidental Injury.


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