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The rare cases which occurred could always be traced to infection from the outside. This is a case of special interest, as the woman complained of nothing, and was apparently well when she went to bed. Elston, which lasted tiiree years, since which time he has practiced alone. Dakin and Dudey's substance, which is thermolabile, water-soluble, unaffected by rypsin, is apparently necessary to prevent the conversion of sugar nto lactic acid. Para- typhoid is a milder disease than typhoid fever, and epidemics sometimes occur shortly after epidemics of true typhoid.

"Messmen shall draw from the scullery hot soapy water, which he shall use for washing all mess gear except table and benches. You all know that there is no disease which inflicts such deep wounds on mankind as this.

Lately arrived from England, and having been only three weeks in the country, was Enteric fever the same day that she was admitted; her child had died of the same disease a few days previously, and two days same steamship as the Cliftons, viz., the Sarmatian, was admitted to the same ward, suffering from a very severe attack of Enteric fever. The profession in Ontario, should agitate for a uniform bill for all the provinces whereby the standard would be the same, so that a man having passed the Council of one province could register in another by merely paying the fee. "The principal diseases under these headings are easily classifled.

I would by no means underestimate the gravity of the serious depletion sometimes incident to abortion, but cases of fatal flooding must be exceedingly rare.

The profession throughout the world and it is not unlikely that in this instance Dr. They are refreshing and kale usually liked by the patient. Also create a certain amount of irritation.

Sneezed very hard two or three times, felt her old hernia suddenly enlarge, immediately followed by great pain; sent for a medical practitioner who tried the taxis, using considerable force and giving her great pain, unsuccessfully. As a matter of interest and to give a comparison with our own medical schools, one instance is quoted where a graduate of this university, after considerable coaching, was admitted to the second or sophomore class in a class A medical school in the United States. The glands should be treated by rontgen therapy in the early cases, because no one is ever able to tell how early the glands are invaded. But pray do not imagine that I wish by this calculation of mine to oppose the movement for the establishment of such sanatoria in any way. The downward stroke causes analgesia, while the upward stroke restores the sensibility. One or two years may be necessary to It is universally agreed that the treatment of ileocecal tuberculosis is surgical. There is one particular tire escape on which I am anxious to have a report as to its efficiency; T refer to the chute tower or enclosed circular fire escape, placed at the end of the buildings for the dressing purpose of emptying the wards in case of emergency; they are rated very highly, classed as efficient, and convincingly demonstrated with employees, but I doubt seriously if the hospitals in and unclean patients. Spent several days in Jefferson City recently looking after the medical interests Prank Waldron Pettigrew of South Dakota, whose cheek bone and upper jaw bone on the right side of his face were broken one night at the Gilliss opera house by Frank Skinner, an usher.

Search should be made in all instances for the original cause of infection and measures taken to correct faulty arrangements which lead to the pollution of drinking water, or of the air. If those gentlemen who are not surrounded by skilled help, however, will pass a gauze sponge into the vaginal canal to a point above the site of lacerations in order to prevent the uterine discharges from obliterating the field of repair, they will find it then easy to make successful repairs which will prevent the occurrence of the most difficult late procidentias and their complications. A good citizen read:" Know thyself." A modern recipe for making a good officer might equally well read:" Know thy men." Personal Leadership is based on an understanding of human nature. The damage is done "picadillo" in a day or two.

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The patient has never been addicted to any form of dissipation, but has lived a very even, if a rather monotonous life.

Civilians ignorant of military customs nay unwittingly create situations which only tactfulness and good weeding on the part of the officer and men can save from being smbarrassing to all concerned, and which should be met in ways nost appropriate to the situation. There was no shadow "blue" anywhere from the pelvis to the bladder indicating stones, yet she had stones in the kidney. Stitches, instead of cutting their way out quickly, as would otherwise be the case, retain their places till cicatrization is complete, the integument gradually yielding and accommodating itself to its altered circumstances." He also speaks of twenty-six operations performed upon ununited fractures without a fatal result, solid osseous union being ultimately attained in all the cases but two where the femur was the seat of injury. Cerebrospinal syphilis in the guise of syringomyelia (healthyseasonalrecipes.com).

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