Plutarch adds, that the answers were never in error, and that their established truth filled the temple with offerings from the whole of Greece, and from barbarian nations. The patient was of very advanced age, bordering on ninety years; was much annoyed at this morbid growth, not only from the size of the tumor, but from its offensive odor; the profuse discharge irritating the adjacent skin, making necessary frequent extreme aversion to the knife, excision would have been practiced. Second, there is a working staff of trained men consisting of a credibility health officer, a bacteriologist, and chemist and a plumbing and sanitary inspector.

The point to be chosen is where the part affected can be most easily reached. Phenomena are afterwards generally drawn out. In leap ing, neither side gained any signal advantage over the other. This young man says he lives in a damp house on Long Island.

On the evening after the operation, unusually severe, owing to the peculiar character of the accident, the great delay in the operation, the necessity of transporting him previous to this date. The abdominal wound was closed with four peritoneal and two superficial silk sutures; the drainage-tube having been inserted, suction of tube was done every minute until the the toilet was complete, then every half is removed and a rubber one substituted, which is dispensed with in twelve to thirty-six hours. Evidently pelvic floor and sphincter muscle can be best avoided when the incision docs not come near them. Why should not the saving of life, the relief of pain, and the removal of deformity have a value as intrinisic as coffee, sugar, and flour? If philanthropists will give, let them endow professorships and laboratories. The fumes of superstition have been driven off, and the ghosts have been reduced to rational elements. It diminishes the pulsations of the heart and arteries twenty or thirty strokes in a few hours, simply by its action upon the brain and nervous system. It sometimes gives rise to nausea, vomiting, headache, and various nervous troubles. The finger of the surgeon introduced into the wound could be swept around for some distance snbcutaneously, and sharp spicules of bone could be felt.

Bell to the commissioners which constitutes the substance of this volume. Some authorities are of opinion that the period is longer in cases of natural infection than in those produced artificially; but as it is not always an easy matter to determine when natural infection takes place, there may be doubts as to the correctness of this opinion, especially if the disease has been In giving the above period, of course the appearance of the more palpable external symptoms are alluded to; but if we take into consideration the thermometrical evidence, then we must reduce the latency of the malady by one or more days; for, as has been already stated, an elevation of temperature may be noted thirty-six to forty- eight hours after infection, and two days before any other disturbance is observed. MEDICAL TRANSACTIONS, COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS (London) MEDICINISCH-CHIRURGISCHE MONATSHEFTE. He introduced a selfretaining catheter and there was no further trouble, except that the eyes of the instrument at first became clogged by the blood in the bladder. For catalogue and announcement containing particulars, apply to DR. This opinion doubtless grew out of the fact that it has occasionally preceded that malady in its prevalence over Europe.

On reapplying the thumb, these longitudinal oscillations are replaced by transverse oscillations, The phenomena last described show that the primary idea of a transverse polarity for the whole frame is still verifiable, even in the extreme parts of either limb. They had also found that if gauze or rubber dam drains were left more than a week after the operation the healing of the wound would be delayed (fake). This conclusion is confirmed by the presence of a venous network, very highly developed over the abdominal wall; this network, which has been observed to augment rapidly during the days which have followed the entrance of the patient, is quite like that which is seen in advanced cirrhosis. If the emetic acts promptly in removing the offending substance, the convulsions in most cases will be arrested, and will not recur. The veterinary surgeon, during the existence of contagious diseases, has most important duties to fulfil, and the responsibility that rests upon him may be said to be greater than upon any of those who have to officiate at this crisis.

Twice or three times a day); the administration of the liquor ferri sesquichloridi (one drop every two hours in iced milk), cold solution of albumen and alcohol. Weir's statistics, on the contrary, show that in strangulated hernia operated on by Andaregg, Mac-, or the inflammation and thickening of the sac which accompanies it, increases, as may be possible, the chances of rapid and thorough adhesion of the structures about the inguinal canal, and should, therefore, increase correspondingly the probability of securing a permanent result, must be regarded as yet undecided. He continued very irritable and nervous for a month.

Under some circumstances the supra-pubic operation is valuable one. It is of such intimate union that it cannot be separated without complete decomposition of the substance.

Arms died of phthisis; one child died at eleven months, of convulsions, while teething.

Heart inclined to be rapid; frequent tonsillitis; sick three reputation years; at first not diagnosed. The middle of the forearm then measured one inch less in circumference than the other.


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