So that I think even the chronic cases have got to be done before the obstruction is complete, if you are Dr. The section of the report dealing with the report of the Council on Nosology was adopted as read. I also ordered liim to drink with his meals lithia-potash water, which was prepared for me by Blake, Sandr ford, and Blake. The announcement that Ihe Epidemic Hospital for the City of Edinburgh is nearing completion, and will be ready within the next few weeks for the reception of patients, possesses for former students of Edinburgh University more than ordinary interest.

One-third of a grain of strychnine, together with cascara and ipecac is to be address administered in six hours.

Appai-pled with the fact that the patient's ently about midway the transverse colgeneral condition seemed unaffected by on, there was a sharp line of demarcathe enlargement of the gut, led to the tion between the extremely dilated gut decision not to attempt radical meas- and the remainder, while the mesentery ures. As form the store is not exhausted for from eighteen to twenty-four hours the wounds need to be dressed but once a day. The fact that there is such a case shows the possibility of such infection; the fact that there is only one shows its extreme rarity. Feature of the event was a barbecue at The next meeting of this district will Fifth street, Wilmington, N. - two months later carcinomatous infiltration of about half of ths On tl iher hand the diagnosis of:i well advanced carcinoma of the stomach is not always an easy matter, and I remember particularly one case where I made an exploratory incision a year or two ago, where the diagnosis wavered between a gastric carcinoma and a peritoneal tuberculosis. Another hour was then spent, by some in the merry dance, and by agreed that they had spent a most enjoyable day, long to be NEW HAMPSHIRE HOMCEOPATHIC MEDICAL SOCIETY. It is hollow, and perforated at the enlargements (corresponding to the shoulder and lip of the sound) for the passage of air. They would pursue in poliomyelitis the same stringent measures observed in cases of Pediatric Society, was glad that for the present the misfortune of an epidemic of infantile paralysis had not come to them.

Members of the Michigan State Medical Society join in welcoming the following new members into a "" progressive state medical organization. Reprint Debet deform gehellte Frakturen und Ihre Behandlung. Usually obstinate and irregular fever, blood of grave anemia iritlnmt increase in leucocytes, almost always a fatal termination, duration not He describes the following clinical cases: cachexia; recurrent fever net yielding to quinine; large Bpleen; other organs Bound; seen later and Bpleen found to be smaller; much Improved. While each separately constitutes an exceedingly important factor in the effort to secure arrest, they are, nevertheless, mutually interdependent, with the best results only obtained Ry an appropriate system of daily life, I do not refer necessarily to the full interpretation of the closed treatment of tuberculosis as exhibited in sanatoria.

But even at this stage, when the animal had artificial respiration, deglutition could be induced and the circulation seemed to have remained intact.

Somet'mes, conscious of his limitations, yet desirous of being thorough and of escaping the charge of superficiality, he searches for causes and relations other than those directly associated with his own specialty; he strives to be broad visioned and up with the times. When very large doses of it are required, a necessity for combining with it such drugs as iron, strychnine, belladonna, hyoscyamus, or calomel is indicated. Between attacks of diarrhea gained greatly enlarged spleen; liver slightly enlarged; superficial lymph-nodes not enlarged; no fever while under of blood; a few days later a second severe hemorrhage has remained in good condition; no more hemorrhages; robust and well nourished; slightly pale; large spleen; liver appeared to be slightly reduced in At the end of his article Osier Bays,"Doubt whether the anemia is the result of the enlarged spleen, or whether, as semis more probable, both are secondary to some cause as yet unknown.

The apparent absence of rickets in the Italian oases cannot be due to its having been overlooked, because the Italians go so far as to deny any causal relation between rickets and anemia splenica infettiva.

Accordingly, I wish to emphasize a few points importance of adequate medical service available to all citizens of the state. Radical Mastoid operation, and dangers of intra-cranial complications from the ear focus, must become In regard to this operative measure for cure of suppurative Otitis Media, there is nothing special to say except as before said, all involved cells of the Mastoid, if any, are of course removed and sufficient of uninvolved bone, especially on a level with, and outward from the vault of the Antrum, as to keep direct drainage and ventilation of the middle Just how long one should wait before should be done before the patient gets from under observation with a continuing discharge from the ear; certainly it should be done before bony Necrosis takes place. P'or the most part, this concept has been propagated by religion and philosophy.


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