Bilirubincalcium, an insoluble compound of bilirubin and the lime salts is a nucleus of all stones found in the ducts and the majority of those formed in the gall-bladder.

The houses should be fly-proof, and as far as possible from native settlements.

In view of the omnipresence of the disease and of its devastation of human life, he must be a callous individual indeed who does not arm liimself thoroughly for the struggle against tuberculosis that he feels in duty bound to take up in dead earnest when he assumes the care of the health of his fellow-men. Detroit Medical and Library Association. Even when well fed and carefully nursed there is rapidly progressive emaciation. Edebohls may be invariably relieved by other means.

At the bottom it puts forward as a vascular papilla. On the contrary, they are usually due to remediable shortcomings on the part of the physician, as, for example, to a hazy conception of the clinical picttire of early tuberculosis of the lungs; to obtaining an incomplete history of the case; to superficial physical examinations or to lack of facility in manipulation or interpretation in this field; and, finally, to a peculiar mental bias which renders him loath to acknowledge the presence of that which he dislikes to which will entail upon him, at the best, many months or years of invalidism, with, probably, radical modifications of business and domestic arrangements, together with a of cases which ultimately prove fatal. The addition of a stroke unit at the Baptist, to comple merit the one at the University Hospital is good news I am particularly pleased that you were able to make mention of the fact that the Baptist Medical Center has joined our multi-centered collaborative study. Inflammation "" of lining membrane of uterus; metritis. Attention must be paid to the prevalent epidemic; in some seasons fevers are very malignant, in others fever accompanied with considerable mucous secretion, especially from the digestive tube; typhoid adynam'ic, fever attended with great prostration of bilious remittent fever, prevailing on the western coast of Africa. A pleasant, cooling drink, formed slices; toMie sugar, R)ss; and water, Oiij. In animal anatomy, processes which shoot out from everv part are termed exogenous. Lig'aments, two strong ligaments within the knee-joint; the anterior passes obliquely from a depression anterior to the spine of the tibia to the posterior and inner part of the external condyle of the femur; the posterior extends from the posterior part of the spine of the tibia to the anterior and outer part Cru'cible. The Professor quiets the fears of his readers by assuring them that when this method is pursued, the cattle can be gotten to market and sold advantageously before the disease has reached a point which would attract the attention of the food-inspector. The author's experiments prove that the phenomena of re-enforcement of knee-jerk are dependent upon nerve centers situated in the cerebrum. The ancients called ectropion of the upper eyelid lagophthalmia ( On auscultation, a bellows' sound has been almost invariably detected over the heart, and a continuous blowing sound in the larger arteries, (especially the carotids and subclavians,) re-enforced by each systole of the ventricle, and resembling the buzzing of a humming-top, the cooing of doves, the whistling of air through a are heard in the arteries after copious hemorrhage: they seem, therefore, to coincide with enfeebled circulation. Prior to the time of the Hunters, called has prevailed, regarding this membrane and its tubal and ovarial pregnancies; and is occasioned by a new action, assumed by the uterine vessels at the moment of conception (

There were twenty deaths from pneumonia.

The entire mass was pushed upwards towards the abdomen, but the operator seemed to exert no influence upon it beyond the external abdominal ring. Ent-er-o-me-ko-do-re'tis (enteron, mukos, mucus, dora, skin): Climate does not play a prominent part as a predisposing cause, while season does. Mucilaginous seed of Plantago psyllium.

EUSPLANCH'NIA, from iv,'well,' and called from its discoverer, Eustaehius. It is erroneous to suppose that indirect repair is always accompanied or preceded by inflammation, or to define any attempt at repair, whether direct or indirect, as inflammation. The French use this term, both for the eye affected with cataract and the patient himself. Establishing the existence of a nucleus in certain bacteria, and now announces that he has traced a series of phenomena in diphtheria, tubercle, typhus and other bacteria, which can only be interpreted as the whole process of direct cell division, from the first constriction in the nucleus to the complete division into daughter nuclei bj' amitosis. If urnemic convulsions occur, a large dose of sulphate of magnesium, well diluted, or a bolus of calomel and jalap, may be administered. Goelet has probably had a larger experience in this method than any other physician in this country, and has done a favor to the profession in making public the results A New Method of Direct Fixation of the Fragments in Compound and This paper consists of an address delivered by Dr. ENTBRO-EPIPLOCE'LE, Enterepiploce'le,'the umbilicus.' Umbilical hernia, containing intestine and omentum.

When a mosquito thus infected bites man, the sporozoites are injected into the wound through the proboscis. The odour is extremely fragrant, and taste slightly aromatic. Mycare - cystodynia, sist-o-din'e-ah (cystis, odune, pain).


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