" I must add, however, to avoid the risk of misconception, that various affections of the eyes, not glaucomatous in their origin, may results of pressure; and hence that it is of the highest importance, in practice, to distinguish accurately whether, and when, such complication has arisen, since, under several contingencies, it may need glaucoma and glaucomatous tension. The cedematous part was neither warm nor reddened, and there were no subjective sensations of heat. Therefore it behooves us who are enthusiastic over the immeasurable strides made by the"health movement" to consider the direction of our thinking about the work that remains to be"Utilization of health knowledge already known requires attention now mom than the discovery of facts heretofore concealed. It has been claimed that nine-tenths of the deaths after the seventy-fifth year are from lobar pneumonia. The physical signs of plithisis then developed.

With one of these forms of permanent apparatus it is almost invariably the custom to treat fractures after union has taken place, and in many instances where the displacement is not great and the extravasation slight, recent fractures are also treated in the // same way.

The favorable difference between the birth and death rate per thousand population has exceeded that of last the last four years the average death rate of consecutive year Chicago has reported a lower death rate than the remainder of the state, reversing the condition which prevailed during all secretary and treasurer, E. Both he and Virchow agree as to the two classes of cells being precisely similar, and the latter author declares it to be impossible to distinguish them excepting by their mode of origin; he says:" If this prove to be external to the blood, you may safely conclude that it is pus; but if this is not the case, you have to do with blood-ceUs." Piorry's supposition of a purulent condition of the mass of blood being thus disproved, it was suggested by Arnott, in explanation of the origin of Pyaemia, that it sprang fi-om suppurative phlebitis; that the pus formed in the inflamed veins was carried into the cu-culation; and that the pus-globules, being larger than the blood-globules, became arrested in the minute capillaries, and gave rise to secondaryabscesses.

Such attempts A very important point in this classification is the separation of false cysts, resulting from inflammation from the true neoplastic cysts. At nine o'clock he got the third dose, but this had slept well, and there had been no return of the delirium. I would tie wood-sawing up with his parties, his picnics, his music, his merriment, his girls, in such a manner that Iredell Meares of the North Carolina and District It is the declaration of the constitution of North principles is essential to preserve the blessings of Similar declarations will be found in the bill of rights and constitutions of the several states, in principle, if not in language, and in the Virginia Declaration of Rights, which antedated them. Death followed after eighteen hours, from convulsions, the mother stated; according to her account there was not the do4a slightest return of the even after opening the trachea and probing it to its bifurcation. Barnes, Lecturer on Midwifery at St.

All communications intended for the editor should be addressed to him All communications relating to the business of the journal should be addressed to the publishers. It does not possess the action of sponge // over" morbid surfaces." sufficiently expand the canal to admit the finger.


That the blood of persons in whom chronic solar dermatitis is present shows not infrequently considerable percentage and actual increase Individuals Showing an Increase in Lymphocytes after Exposure to Sun. Here the granules are shorter and broader, and lie very close, in every possible relation to each other, so that the fibrous structure of the aponeurosis seems lost. The opportunities for prosecuting Practical Anatomy are equal to those in any of the Colleges. And if we speak of this, it is that we may remind our readers of the struggles for its very existence which the Journal has had to maintain; or rather, we should say, of the many and constant efforts which have been made by iU-judging friends and open enemies to bring it to a close. Epithelioma of cervix and extend-' cervix. He first had pain in the right bypochondrium, and a feeling of tightness over the epigastrium, both of which he had fur some time previously to leaving ofif work, which biUous attacks during the last five years; his complexion is a sallow florid.


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