The result often is, that when the surgeon first sees the case, he finds the glands broken down and adherent, with the skin over them red and thinned, so that the only thing he can do is to incise, curette, and drain, whereas, if he had seen the case earlier, before softening had occurred, and inflammation in the surrounding cellular tissues, a comparatively simple operation might have been done, with primary union of the wound, and much saving of time and tedious dressing might have been avoided. The wound need not be disturbed until the eighth or tenth day, when the stitches are removed and a similar dressing applied and kept in place until cicatrization has sufficiently advanced to eliminate the danger of Heard announces the recovery of a case of arylarsonate administration of large quantities of water daily as well as of electricity to the tempk-s, of a strength sufficient to produce subjective flashes of light. Catarrhal mucous inflammations am either acute, sub-acute, or chronic. The radical operation to be successful should be done in the early stages, not after the tumor had involved the whole bladder. The presence of the baciUi in the urine of otherwise healthy individuals is familiar, but their source has been a puzzling mystery.

HmtL Tho constitntional symptoms vary greatly according to the in dividual idiosyucraaiea, from almost none to tpute severe ones. In the majority a direct correspondence between the temperature-curve and the severity of the localized inflammation exists, although, rarely, violent and extensive local symptoms may be associated with a moderate elevation of temperature, particularly in adynamic forms of the disease or such as occur in aged and previously debilitated subjects. This new fear he called phthisiophobia.

During convalescence, if the stomach is in an atonic condition, mineral acids and the vegetable bitters will be found of service; great care must be exorcised in the diet during the whole period of convalescence. Its etiology is still uncertain, although the mass of observers undoubtedly regard it as due to a germ ( It is in line with conservative surgery. Report of the sanitary department of the Isthmian out that while the death rate among employees and among the total population is a little larger than for July of last year, it is still smaller than for any other preceding July. It occasionally occurs as a complication of the laryngeal ulceration of typhus and typhoid fevers, small-pox, scarlatina, diphtheria, measles, and mumps. Biggs, in closing the discussion, said tliat he did not think Mr.

They contain a white, sebaceoas-likc material, and have Uiick walls. Usually, however, a degree of apparent improvement followed the puncture, but the fluid soon collected again, and less marked relief followed the second operation. It has been usual to speak of the cerebro-spinal system, as the great central nervous system. Price said it was in accordance with the proposed practice, but Mr. Second, it should for the present only transfer or consolidate e.Kisting or new agencies that are not the subjects of serious dispute on grounds of either expediency or constitutionality. Recurrence in which he had been compelled to do a thyrotomy and burn out the base with the Paquelin cautery. The comparative meagreness of the Uterature of obstetrics has often been remarked.

Hence the deprivation of fat in a condition like this, and the resulting progressive emaciation. Our schools of medicine which, in connection with the increasing emigration of persons who announce themselves medical men, on their arrival, having ascertained the national weakness to patronize strangers, furnishes good grounds for fearing an overstock of physicians.

Welch and Abbott found the thermal death-point The bacillus of diphtheria can be stained with the common aniline dyes, but Loeffler found that an alkaline methylene blue was the most satisfactory stain.


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