When compensation fails and the ventricle is dilated and feeble, the murmur may be soft and distant. Sevt ral, if not all, have been published in the medical.-ournais; but it was a happy thought on the part of the publishers to combine them in one volume, for they are all exceedingly interesting and, with the exception of the first, deal with surgical problems that are likely to engross a fairly large percentage of our profession before the war is ended. Some remarkable cures of noncancerous maladies with a combination of arsenic, antimony, methylene blue, and other substances have influenced De Rezende to test the same formula in epithelioma of the skin. If tlie vomiting persistB, It ib beet to stop food and give email bits of ice, small quantities of milk and lime water, and effervescing drinks. Toward the left in hypertrophy and dilatation of the heart, and the combi nation of these conditions is the most common cause. Giving lumps of ice to suck is perhaps the best method of quenching thirst; still small quantities of iced soda water, iced champagne and soda, barley or arrowroot water, milk and soda, or teaspoonfuls of cold jelly or clear soup may be administered at short intervals. Sims Woodhead, systematic treatise on Pathology, but a guide to the practical work involved in the study, preparation, and examination of morbid tissues. The same procedure was adopted on the right side. The woman between screams and calls for her children, pointing to me said:'It is by this man; look, look from the window out.' The conductor looked at me and asked what it all meant. According to this theory, the lateral or external parts of the retinae are extensions of the optic tract of the same side, while the internal or nasal portions are supplied from the optic tracts of the opposite sides.

In chorea minor the toxicity increases and decreases with the severity of the disease; while in infectious fever the toxicity greatly exceeds that of a normal condition and shows a parallelism between the toxicity and the temperature curve. The child is at present twelve years old. But since an irritable vomiting center makes the stomach exceedingly sensitive to local irritants, the doses by mouth are more prone to produce nausea than doses administered in other ways.

Especially is this so in the cases under the second and third divisions I made in the early part of the paper; for to medical men the connection of optical defects with disease are principally interesting and useful as surgical or therapeutical means to obtain relief, the same as any other plan that might be adopted. This may depend on spasm of the pulmonary arterioles, on the diflBculty of transmission of the inspissated blood from the right heart into the lungs, or on the formation of clots in the right cavities.

Allusion was first had to the old-time treatment of subcutaneous wounds, and to what was indeed a practical antiseptic treatment centuries before Lister and his system was born.

About a year since she found that the vision of her left eye was defective. The cases with fibroid changes, but without signs or sjTiiptoms of activity, were usually at some occupation in which they were doing fairly well and should be left alone. Rohe's book, which should be carefully read and studied, and its precepts constantly impressed upon the public by every physician and sanitarian. The train slowed up for a station, the brakeman called the name, and the woman with her four children got out. Much has been written on the subject, and many investigations carried on, especially in Germany. DISEASES OF THE PERICARDIUM Fericarditis is the result of iofective proceBseB, primary or eecoadftiy, oi arises bj extension of inflammation from contiguous organs. It made no mess with the blood, which usually so frightened the family, and bv inserting the he withdrawn with no trouble, and no sign of bloodshed. There are "" different views as to the gravity of the colon bacillus infectioiis. One of her sisters suffered from hysteria. VL DISEASBS OF THE PINEAL aLANS"That there is a small gland in the brain in which the soul exercises its functions more particularly than in the other parts" was the opinion of Descartes; and for more than two and a half centuries this was the type of our knowledge of the functions of the pineal gland.

There is from the first and often throughout the course of the disease vomiting and profuse diarrhoea; the pulse from the first is quick, and not dicrotic; the spleen is found slightly enlarged from the first, and shows no further increase as the disease progresses; epistaxis and deafness are absent.

Coincident with this retention, a tumor mass may be felt on the side affected.

That these conditions may end in involvement of the pelvis and of the kidney itself, I have had clinical evidence. After coming out of this stain the specimen is again washed in water, is dried, and is mounted in Canada balsam for examination. It may extend to the subcutaneous tissues: Remember that a full bladder or overloaded rectum will delay an otherwise normal delivery.


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