Finally, we wish to state frankly, that on account of the many control observation difficult, these results are presented with some hesitation. The prostatic ducts empty through the wall of this most of them on the floor of the urethra in a fossa on each side of the caput, called the prostatic sinus.

In most instances, however, bronchitis is polymicrobic in origin, and it is often impossible to decide what organism is the primary infecting agent. From strains and other causes, however, varices have been occasionally traced in other large veins than those of the extremities.

Wood, and if it were, it would not according to his own declarations be diagnostic, as he states, that in Simple pneumonia also" the fever often has a remittent character, the exacerbations occurring d:uly for the most part towards evening and accompanied with increasejof pain, cough dyspnoea and bloody expectoration." If a practitioner indoctrinated with these views were called to a case of Malarial pneumonia in which the bilious symptoms were absent he would inevitably consider it as belonging to the simple form, or if viewing a case of the simple form with icteroid symptoms he would as surely consider it a malarial disease. At times, indeed, and not unfrequently, as we have already observed, it is a constitutional affection, and various arteries fall a prey to its influence simultaneously or in succession. The pattern of the attack is usually the same from time to time. But I think amongst the skulls at the College of Surgeons.

" En passant, I may observe, that some farther confusion has arisen among the translators respecting another leprous disease, as it has been called, which the Arabians seem to have considered as having some affinity with the proper elephantiasis (juzam), but yet is materially different in its symptoms; and which they have denominated haras or harras, and albaras, and which appears to accord accurately with the leuce of the Greeks, and the vitiligo (species the word Elephantia, and not Lepra, like the other affections of the skin (such as the scaly lepra Grsecorum, the psoriasis of Dr. Second American, from a second and revised London edition, in one large The length of time which has elapsed since the first appearance of this work, has wrought so great a change in the subject, as to require a very thorough revision to adapt the volume to the present wants of the profession: Enter a plea for the more extended use of squill in place of digitalis in cases of heart failure; it acts more quickly, more effectively, and does this expression of opinion J am only in partial agreement, and even then only conditionally. Pulse is slow and the respirations are irregular and sighing. The direct effect of the arsenic on the tissue of the spinal cord, or whether it is produced (as are many forms of myelitis) by the irritation of peripheral nerves (cutaneous, intestinal and gastric nerve-endings), is a question which cannot at present be definitely solved, but which presents an interesting field for future IN the last few years, more especially since the publication of Trousseau's lecture entitled"Exanthemes sudoraux," f much attention has been paid to toxic or medicamentous eruptions. These waters are situate about four leagues from the convent of Waldsassen in Bavaria. In birds, the rectum, at the tvnninntion of itK canal, forms an oml or elongated named cloaca, from its receiving the extremities of the fluids from all thoic are discharired from one common emunctury. Of its antiseptic power, abundant proofs may be ad- Amiirptlc f luxurious desire of having it subacted and mellowed to our rbands.

Turpentine was brnployecl many ages ago in the treatment of diseases of the nerves.

The first Greek military surgeon, attending to the wounded Menelaus.

If a small and continuous supply of solution is wanted the irrigating nozzle must be fine, and the pressure regulated by adjusting the escape valve connected with the Woolf's bottle. An extensive deviation with sharp angle along the whole cartUage-vomer synchondrosis, also a sharp cartilaginous perpendicular angle, reduction of dislocation and fracture of bony septimi as already described.

If the agminated glands, or Peyer's patches, are infected, separate caseous masses develop, several ulcers form, and finally coalesce, forming a large necrotic surface of very irregular outline. I had a case admitted not long since to my wards, on the statement of a well-known physician that she had appendicitis, when she was really suffering from a pleuropneumonia of the right lower lobe. This pravity of hearing depends upon an inaccordance of the auditory nerve on the one side with that on the other; so that the same sound produces on each side a very diflTerent effect, and is consequently heard, not homotonously, or in like tones, but heterotonously, or in separate and unlike.

This is true whether either boys or girls are involved. At the time, a preliminary attempt was made to ascertain the nature of the predominating organism in milk and milk slime from several cows siiffering from infected udders.


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