Malone, Louis Agissiz Martin, Samuel H. How many incorrect observations and unsound inferences have we not to deplore! How much more valuable would many of our medical works have been had lliey, prior to publication, received the testing and proving which Helmholiz so strongly advocates! Professor Virchow's speech will be read with pleasure by hose who are familiar with German, and who watch with attention the changes which science and its exposition are undergoing. When the stomach was nearly empty, he was able to examine its cavity, to the depth of five or six inches, by artificial distention. Griffith, the quarterly report of the Secretary A message was sent to the office of the Governor to inquire if he was ready to receive the usual visit of ceremony from the Board.

In general, all the postpartum cases were given either a combination of transvaginal and external roentgen therapy, or radium and external roentgen therapy, or telecobalt and transvaginal therapy. In general it may be stated that the symptoms are characterized by pain and tenderness in the course of several nerves (diphtheria and lead are exceptions (infra)) and motor paralysis of the peripheral Descending by Its Toe and Outer Border. This state, to which only the very loose and often inappropriately employed term, hyperemia, recently introduced into pathological discussions, is applicable, is, however, very different from true inflammation, although it may be readily converted into some one of the varieties of inflammation. Still, insanity is as prevalent among Quakers as among any other sect, relatively to their numbers, owing, on this subject:" One of the most intelligent members of the Society of Friends in Great Britain, and the author of a highly interesting work on the celebrated York Retreat, informed the writer, that the proportion of lunatics and idiots among his sect in England amounted to have been confined for many generations to this comparatively limited circle, the very great prevalence of insanity among them must be attributed, in a great degree, to this cause. The physician who prescribes or recommends a patent nostrum is giving direct support to a remedy about which he has no positive knowledge and which may contain agents which will produce an effect just the reverse of the one desired. And not least, in laboratory work, we want continued exact researches into the essence of the infective process which multiplies cancer: such researches as those which, within the last dozen years, have so largely increased our knowledge of tubercle; researches, I mean, conducted by expeiiments on living animals, with regard to the intim.ate condiiions of the specific infection. State institutions will be established in various places throughout the Empire in Charges were recently brought against Dr. The paralysis may also develop rather suddenly and then gradually spread to In amyotrophic lateral sclerosis the knee and tendo Achilles jerks are increased and the legs are more or less spastic. The differential points have been given in the description of the symptoms. Pain, after emptying the bladder, is due to this also.

Marion, c hole cystotomy in diseases of the Society, Birmingham Medical Benevolent, annual lapus of face treated by linear scarification and ligatures, ih. This can scarcely mean anything else than that the mode of vegetation changes; viz., that the bacteria first formed have their place taken by others of which the form and the physiological endowments are different. There was another small tumor on the posterior edge of the base of the lobe. Whenever a case of trichinosis occurs in a human subject the pork should be traced to its source if possible, and the pigs reared in the same place killed and subjected to prolonged boiling.

Exposure to cold and damp, overexertion or prolonged use of the legs and injury to the leg, may be exciting causes. Drysdale has undertaken a noble work, and I may say that the people as a class are as one with him. There is some difference among legal authorities as to whether or not treatment by physical manipulation merely is a violation of the spirit or letter of the Medical-Practice Act, as expressed in its title, and your Secretary has postponed the prosecution of all such cases, and would respectfully request that the Board define its attitude towards such practice and instruct him how to proceed.

Whether such a fact is capable of justification may well be questioned. As some of the faculties usually remain sound in mental derangement, we deem it very essential to recovery that these should be diligently cultivated. Cancer of the stomach can scarcely be confounded because of the marked systemic disturbance in cancer. If the stimulus be removed the blood-vessels do not soon regain their original state; time is necessary to allow them to recover their contractile power, so as to prevent the impetus with which the blood is propelled by the heart and larger arteries from keeping up the dilated state of the capillaries." Dr. Of these the following Of the rejected candidates one is reported by the examiners to have been quite hopeless, obtaining no For the Trained Nurses' certificate twenty-two candidates presented themselves, four at Port Elizabeth (one being from the Cradock Hospital and the remainder from the Provincial Hospital); tbree at Kimberley (one being from the Mafeking Hospital and the remainder from the Kimberley Hospital); one at Bloemfontein; one at Johannesburg; four at Grahamstown (one being from the Queenstown Hospital and the remainder from the Albany Hospital); and nine at Cape Town (two being from the Wynberg Cottage Hospital, two from the Diakones Hospital, one from the Bondebosch Cottage Hospital, and the remainder from the New Somerset Hospital.) One candidate, on account of illness, failed to appear. First she threatened to use and then actually did use a broomstick to hasten his departure. Complaints - an enema, containing either the spirit of turpentine and castor oil, or asafcetida and confection of rue, generally proves very serviceable. Lead to the conclusion that total removal of result in each instance by Mr.


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