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The growth "" was a columnar-celled carcinoma. Attended the University of Johns Hopkins University and at London and Bacteriology. Todd further pointed out tiiat the above results showed a certain parallelism witli the following results of rough tests for manganese made at his request by The analyses as a whole, it was found, seemed to prove that" the best water from in consultation, were, among others, to deepen certain of the wells and to cut off the have been made in the last year, the most recent results being as follows. The surfaces of both convolutions were eroded and softened. There is also a murmur due to the pressure of an over-distended stomach. The bones supposed to be Ikhnaton's are also in the Museum, and Elliot Smith fully discusses their authenticity. You reminded me when it was time to'Get Serious" and sacrificed more than I could ever repay. The work they do is desultory. The patient may be unable to grasp small bodies, such as a pin; and there is some temporary difficulty in the performance of the finger movements. Malaria is further interesting as being one of the few human protozoal diseases in which a certain tolerance may be established between host and parasite. Microscopically the epidermic cells were plainly seen, but the sections of the skin were The skins of several heads which had been buried in the sand at Mellawi were well preserved, and so dry that in spite of a prolonged stay in the softening solution they never swelled up to a great extent. Wealthy corporations and individuals should establish institutes of original research in properly constructed and equipped hospitals and laboratories.

There are several points of interest in this case in connection with both pathology and therapeutics, not conclusive, to be sure, in regard to anything, but suggestive, as so many of our purely clinical faots must be. To this wise advice I think the boy'a ultimate recovery was due, for he soon picked up nnder cod liver oil inunctions, naked sun baths, the temperature, pulse, etc., gradually improved, and the mass disappeared, without at any time showing evidence of having On Jan.

No doubt it was largely due to the rising fame of James Macartney as a teacher of anatomy and surgery that the travehng coupon student felt that he could not afford to allow such an opportunity largely interfered with by the unrest of the times, but as a medical student in London he was able to pursue his studies under the many distinguished teachers who were following in the footsteps of Hunter.

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The examiner gives repeated pushes to the lumbar wall with the posterior hand, and the kidney transmits a feehng of ballottement to the other hand. As soon as the prevalence of contagious ophthalmia in the public schools was called to the attention of the Board of Health by Dr. Failing this, amputation is probably the only remedy, and even this is by no means surely successful.

All cases in which the medical examiner reports a heart The discussion Was then closed by Dr. Incision of the os externum, is, I beKeve, uselesB; inrision of the os internum is not Always useless, but is highly dangerous. Just as retention of chlorides may exist alone for a lengthy period, so may retention of urea appear at any stage of the disease, quite apart from any retention of chlorides. Even after his departure, he attended several meetings elected President of the Association, and in his address delivered far has reviews the Association fulfilled the object it had in view? Have our Article I of our Constitution, the advancement of scientific and practical medicine. For these reasons, it is, I believe, safe to assume when the character and ability of the examiner is unknown, as it is in many groups of cases which were reported and which will be embodied in our statistics, that had the same cases been examined by an expert the percentage of albumin In course of the preparation of this paper, and incidentally for use in it, in so far as was practicable, the entire medical literature of the subject for the past thirty years has been read, abstracted and condensed. Cases have been recorded in which a gland has ulcerated into the trachea, and impaction in the rima glottidis. Eor the time being we are unable to answer this question, because many of the pubhshed cases are incomplete from a medical point of view. Thus an increased knowledge of the referred neuralgias, by referring such pain to the position of a symptom of Progress in both directions has been so great of late years, that we are almost justified in believing that all neuralgias Avill ultimately be classified as symptoms of disease in some part of the nervous system (either peripheral or central), or as the expression of the reaction of the nervous system to A-isceral irritation. Residence at Lisht and in Fayum. Shepherd, referring to the frequency of rheumatism in the personal history, called attention to Dr. The erythema may be limited to the vicinity of the part to which the orthoform has been applied, or it may become generalized over a Urge part of the body. One company does not accept females.

The fingers may be oedematous, and the long-standing oedema may tend to become more solid; but more commonly the finger-tips are shrivelled and tapering. The following officers were BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL trial of an action brought against a certain contracting company by George Terhune, to recover damages for negligently causing the death of his six-year-old daughter, the jury gave the plaintiff granted a motion of plaintiff's counsel to set aside the verdict as inadequate, has now been reversed by the Appellate Division of the New York Supreme Court. In a case where there is prolonged pressure on a mixed nerve, in crutch palsy, for example, the motor is far more marked and more prolonged than the sensory paralysis.



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