In general the grejish tints evidently depended on the predominance of pus or serous matter in the effusion. This may in some cases be owing to the impurity of the ofBcinals in general use, but as they are the re-agents to which the generality of operators will be obliged to have recourse, I consider it superfluous to dwell upon a process which as yet I have not been able to Dr. Sometimes the commissures of the lips have been slit down towards the side, and the flaps turned downwards. The Chinese have a great interest in the acute leukemias and in aplastic anemia, which is said to account for a large number of hospital admissions. From the tir.-t up io the We now c me to the three cases, which we of Mr. Sometimes, nevertiieless, if the external opening' be very contracted, and especially if tiie lips of the wound be narrow, the enfeebled action of the heart and arteries induced by tlie loss of blood, the total suspension of the circulation by syncope, togetlier with the retraction of tlie divided artery within its sheath, may allow the orifice of tlie bleeding vessel and the adjacent parts to become so plugged up with coagula, as to prevent a recurrence of the hemorrhage when the patient revives, and thus secure a favourable termination.

When, however, there is no longer any apprehension on account of the symptoms, and patients feel themselves very feeble, they begin to think that something is required to strengthen them; they wish you to let them have some meat and some beer, not to be bled again, and so forth.

This ad-hoc committee consists of Drs. It is remarkable, that the glandular substance of the testis, which thus protrudes, is found to be nearly, if not entirely, insensible. He from the pleural cavity, and were replaced by nitrogen. It loses its filamentous character, adventitious deposits are formed in its meshes, and its density is increased, It seldom, tliey give way, it sustains tlie entire distending intiuence of the column of blood, and becomes dilated to tbrm aji aneurismal sac. Meige emijhasized the importance of discriminating between these cases and those of real trauma four cases of simulation, was inclined to write the diagnosis on the papers of the patient, and let him suffer the Sir Ian Hamilton, coinmaiiding the Mediterranean Expeditiouaiy Force, iu which a l.uge nnuiber of officers and men are speciallv mcutioufd toi yood seivice, including the follow uigmJmbcis ot the Medical Services: Australian and New Zealand Forces. In proportion as tlie coagulable lymph is effused, the internal coagulum is absorbed, and the vessel continuing to contract, it is found at the expiration of a few days, that by the consolidation of the plastic lymph, and its intimate adherence with the arterial tunics, the whole arrangement is converted into a dense, compact, impervious chord, as far as the nearest collateral branch, which precludes the possibility of the future escape of blood, and diverts the whole of that fluid into the collateral vessels. I have not been able to learn that Dr. As the conditions which give rise to them vary, it must be apparent that their characters must also be exceedingly dissimilar. Proteid diet produces a more decided leucocytosis than a vegetable or fat diet. Should several arterial ramifications be greatly dilated, they often present themselves in form of an irregular pulsating tumour, exhibiting a knotty convoluted appearance, and a deep red or purple suffusion. That is tc say, the system naturally resists bacterial toxins, Experimentation found that there was a practical basis for this theory, and the antitoxin of diphtheria was produced and widely tested, and it now ranks as the best remedy for the treatment of diphtheria. If the cs pubis he fractured, you probably have injury to the urethra, which may require a particular mode of treatment; but we are not able to do much in these cases towards replacing and retaining the fractured parts in apposition. There were a few patches of ulceration on the lips and bleeding from the gums. 'Which is a somewhat annoying accident, because the lumen of the manometer is sufficiently narrow to make the recharging it with liquid and getting rid of air-bubbles a should also be cut off immediately when a cough is imminent, because the act of coughing is very apt to displace the needle. He put in the day hard at work in his laboratory, and in the afternoon conducted a postmortem examination at the Morgue. The frequency of the pulse is of great importance. Such cases would iu future be dealt with in the manner laid down in now system would apply to the cases now under the Secretary of State's control in so far as they come within those among the Au.straliau, Xew Zealand, and Indian MEDICAL ARRANGEMENTS OF THE BRITISH Scientific Meetings. The second), that we had often given it up in despair, when having ascertained that it is imitated most exactly by the falling back of a valve upon its birth, and that the sound is precisely what may be produced by the simple impulsion (as in the case of the valve) of two surfaces meeting, we turned to the heart, to discover if there were among its actions any thing similar. Stiffter, of Altstadt (Bohemia), and by Dr. After examining the bi-ain, which coutaiuod a large lesion in each occipital lobe. The organ is only single, and we are indebted to one of our coadjutors for the suggestion, that the auricle is much larger than the ventricle, and the latter much thinner in proportion to the auricle than in larger animals; consequently it is distended to a greater degree, and this distention is more dependent on the auricular systole, than in the human species, to which all We now subjoin the author's conclusions, to which we annex our own in rapid, and follows quick as can be not by a tilting up of the point of the organ, as.


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