They will also attend the clinical sessions of the Maryland Dermatological Society. We cannot do better than conclude in the" There is such a disposition among medical men to adopt an exclusive opinion on one side or the other of this question, that they will neither make terms with their opponents, nor with any who short, they will insist either that tlie epidemic cholera is entirely propagated more properly, observers on the spot, give us contradictory statements in rejrard to tlie same event; those who are at a distance are the more at liberty to canvass the subject, according to the best evidence tliey can procure. If so little is fed that the animal loses flesh from day to day, you lose uot only the value of the food given, but also the value of that given by which this daily shrinkage was originally built up. If you judge it right to attemjit supporting the patient by this means, it should be given in doses of three or four grains every three or four hours. I thought that a very considerable quantity, but in the ensuing October, on my return from the Continent, I found a patient in my wards who was taking, by direction of was no better, notwithstanding he took this large quantity; however, as it did not disagree with him, and as I never failed in curing the complaint, I determined that if it could be cured it should, and I gave, as Dr. Their bodies are long and legs short, hip-bones high, and generally deficient in the points of the finer breeds. Thereupon, though the exudation remains, the symptoms which marked its advent disappear at once and for ever. I have no sympathy with the specialist who is sufficient unto himself, whether his practice is confined to diseases of the nervous system, to surgery, to internal medicine or to general The subdivision of medical practice into specialties makes it imperative that consultations between specialists should be frequent, that we may avoid the partial treatment which is the bane of specialism ( The above is a large cake, and we propose to take Franklin's advice. The opsonic estimations were made in the usual way, using equal parts of serum, leukocytes, and bacterial suspension. Beneath the left pectoral muscle a cavity extended from the second to the fifth rib, into which the lower fistula opened. Professor Miiller maintains that when impressions niade by the action of external stimuli on sensitive nerves, give rise to motions in other pans, these motions are never the result of the direct reaction of the sensitive and motor fibres of the nerves on each other, but that the irritation is conveyed by the sensitive fibres to the brain and spinal cord, and is by them communicated to the motor fibres. The intervals should then be very much lengthened, or, better still, in case the pulse can be watched by a competent nurse, stopped entirely for a few hours until it is noticed that the pulse rate is increasing in rapidity, when a smaller dose should be administered. It is, therefore, important in these cases to watch the extension and to diminish the weight as soon as it is evident that the muscular resistance has been eflieacy in influenza having probably created tlie demand.

During the same year Rivolta described aspergillary pneumomycosis in the pheasant, and Zschokke a mycosis in the Chantemesse, and Widal, studied the disease in pigeons, and its transmission to man. (d) Concerning Diseases of Bones and Joints, (f ) Concerning Injuries and Diseases of Vessels, REPORTS ON THE PROGRESS OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES. Blaxall, R N., late Medical Inspector to the Local Government Board, had been treated in the award of his pension exactly in ttie dential, and he could not, therefore, reply to that portion of the queslior which referred to an opinion stated to have been given by the law officers provided that, where the Secretary of State was that the sanitary orov"ions in regard to worksliops had not been duly carried nut by the rocal author tyTlie miRht intervene; wliethcr the inspectors had. Observed an almost moribund patient with incarcerated gravid uterus and symptoms of acute peritonitis. At the same time the breathing is permanently patient cannot live through it. Hi Maintenance, distribution and operation of projection and related audiovisual equipment for use in teaching.

Erichsen canvasses the advantages and disadvantages or median which I did in the last case in which I cut by the median operation, one, m'ooved from about one inch above tne elbow nearly to the point, like uiis I show you, corresponding to the' Glasgow stan' introduced by Dr. If, then, the bellows-sound was synchronous with the pulse, it could not have been so with the impulse. They are, in fact, one of the modifications of the English cart or heavy draft horse, the name Shire having been lately given it by the Eoyal Agriculture Society. It was softer, sometimes almost mushy to the touch, and small losses of substance or a more or less ragged or uneven condition of the surfaces were found. With this exception, I imagine that the fluids must become depraved through the solids, tliough of course they again must exert an evili: fluence. Mackenzie Johnston suggested that probably the occurrence of lupus in the higher portions (anterior nares, etc.) was in part at least dependent on the supply of a larger amount of purer oxygen than could possibly reach the lai-ynx, for example, where the tuberculosis form predominated.


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