There is no remarkable increase of fever heat preceding complete defervescence; and after the exanthema has reached its maximum, the decrease of temperature proceeds by no means rapidly.

We make a present of this fact to our friends the vegetarians, warning them, in passing, that in avoiding Scylla they may fall victims to Charybdis.

Willius states that significant T-wave negativity and an abnormal Q-R-S complex in all deriviations is of the greatest value from the standpoint of prognosis and justifies the use of the electrocardiograph as a valuable clinical adjunct. The mouth of the funnel was an oval-shaped opening, measuring f in. Vesications take place, and the cuticle splits, exuding a thin disease. He was then review thin and squalid, the nates and scrotum covered with dark copper-coloured papules. If, in spite of these precautions, new cases should arise in the same Hospital, quit it and treat the cases imder double tents set up on a healthy, elevated, and well ventUated plot of land.'" Some cholera cases having appeared in the beginning of Pera and of Rami Tchifflick, I did not hesitate to do the contrary of that which I had formerly recommended at Varna. Here, as he viewed the matter, the amylaceous foods were at once converted into glucose, and as glucose were conveyed into the blood. The intestines must be kept in as tranquil a state as possible. Errors which his brother John had introduced had been attributed to him, while a careful scrutiny of his writings showed that he held and taught, though in an imperfect manner, the modern and undoubtedly correct views regarding the decidua of early pregnancy, and the state of the mucous membrane after delivery. Gross, our highest American authority, treats of it simply as"granular degeneration; the result usually of chronic inflammation; leading, as its main symptoms, to albumen and fibrinous casts in the urine, and to dropsical effusions." He considers all the affections included under the above title by different pathologists to be"so many stages of a single progress." Bright himself describes three forms. No remedies in the materia medica supplement opium like quinine and cannabis Indica, and as auxiliaries to the withdrawal of opium, chloral, valerian and the bromides, can seldom be dispensed with. Later they appear denser, darker, forty-eight to seventy-two hours as very small, flat, round, bluish-white and opalescent points. At stations at home and abroad will be permitted; no between stoppage of pay will be enforced in respect of such officers, provided that no expense be entailed on the public. The separation of the dead parts from the living took place with excruciating paiu. Gross has met with it a few times, but of limited extent in the male bladder. To the industry and zeal of Sir Charles Cameron the citizens of Dublin owe a deep debt of gratitude. The next day the joint is swollen and Jhe skin is red, tense, and shining. Cause it, such as arteriosclerosis, syphilis, tumors, meningitis, and diseases The various forms are frontal, occipital, parietal, temjioral, vertical, and diffuse headaches. Senn gave a' demonstration upon a dissection of the anatomy and surgical relations of the iliac arteries and veins and their branches in the iliac region. The treatment is that of chronic bronchitis. If, however, in addition to fat or sugar, nitrogenous food is introduced into the blood, the same conditions and results are developed, as before stated. During the first two weeks of the puerperium she was in bed, then followed two weeks of gradually increasing activity, and the resumption of nearly normal activity at the end of a month. It contains, as a rule, no albumin or sugar, but the urea is slightly dimini.shed. Law, has cured a certain number of patients." He goes on to say that he believes the benefits derived from the employment of calomel in this way are due entirely to the local effect of it on the fauces, whilst he believes that the general effect of the mercury on the blood is unfavourable.


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