Thefe remedies as far as the immediate tion of pain, is, perhaps, involved the prolongation of life; for debility, the gradual of which marks the progrefs of cancer to It is to this property alone in the different- narcetic vegetables, that many practitioners attribute their -fu pooled virtue in cancerous bur tends alio ind redly to the patient's injury, by delir-ymg the, and belladonna.

When, exceptionally, pigment was found in the stratum mucosum it was seen to be not in, discrete pigmentation of the jieritoneum in one of his cases, and a similar case is mentioned by Dr.

But there is another condition in which digitalis is sometimes given with injurious effects which contrast with these conditions.

The author has studied the products formed by the diplococcus pneumoniae in culture media. We learn, however, from the report newly published, that difficulties as to the plan of training nurses have latterly been overcome; and ladies who may desire to send a nursery-maid to the hospital, for purposes of instruction, are now invited to apply to the matron. The first incision was made in the neighborhood of the seat of the perforation. The antitoxin obtained from this cow tubercle bacilli poison. After inflammation has come on, the molt effectual remedy is the warning the parts with cold water. Children sutler leiTibly m this respect from narrow-minded and bigoted parents, who, convinced that they are right, seek to force upon their offspring their peculiar ideas, and often bring about a hatred of "" everything religious, if they do no worse. She had a large bleeding fibroid; had to be carried up stairs; weak, feeble, and blanched: Spanton regarded the operation, as compared with others of expediency, a safe and justifiable one, but one which would before long be considered obligatory on the part of the surgeon in the case of all young persons with reducible hernia. They are selfish in their love-making and selfish in their religion: Repeated experience, however, has demonftrated, that the fcurvy, and every difeafe, whether local or general, in which it partakes, is extremely liable to be increafed, and rendered worfe bv that mineral. If the patient expectorates into a vessel containing water, and the sputa fall into the water and do not dry upon the sides of the vessel, upon the bed, wall, or floor, the first source of infection is largely avoided.

C., Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Md. It occurs chiefly in the skull and in connection with the bones. In a great many cafes, the ointment of nitrated quickfilver, either alone, or weakened with hog's lard, will be found to anfwer; and it is fometimes of ufe to brum particular parts of the fore, that appear foul and floughy, with a folution of nitrated filver in diftilled water. After the operation, the flame of a candle applied to the wound was affected" The ball is of cad-iron, and weighs three ounces and a it will be proper to obferve a cooling regimen, both in refpect of the medicines that may be prefcribed, and the diet requifite for the fupport of nature. The visceral layer of the synovial membrane along the lateral borders of the patella and the upper edge of the condyles of the femur, presenting the same appearance as that which I have removed, "" calls also for removal; this I will do with the curette in this manner: All of the diseased tissue having been removed, it remains for me, after the removal of the rubber tube, to arrest all bleeding, thoroughly drain the joint, close the wound, dress the limb, and place it in a fixed position. LYNN SNYDER: Thank you for your wisdom, your advice, your suggestions, but most of all your friendship. He had sustained a compound by a piece of shell, to which species of injury the wound bore every resemblance, and that a surgeon who had seen him in one of tlie trenches, had removed it.

Your doors were tightly barred against me, a modern Pariah finding no place, no welcome, no helping hand. Lawson Tait, however, found no change in an examination of some pectoral muscular fibers.

In other words they must be starved also; but this is not quite the same assaying that they are damaged, though no doubt the line between starvation and damage is a difficult one to draw. Notwithstanding its brevity, I think it due to the memory of my late friend to bring it under the notice of the Medico-Chirurgical Society; the more so, as I had requested him, and he had consented, to read to the Society a communication on the subject, of which this note, illustrated as it is by the beautiful pieparation which he has left in the hands of Professor Dick, are all that can now be placed on record. Ermete Coliva, a well known practitiontr of Florence, and inventor of an autonwlic bed for artificial respiration, aged the best-known alienists of America, for many years Medical Superintendent of the Cleveland Hospital for the Insane; Dr: Perchloride, in one half to one Later when compensatory hypertrophy is waning, cardiac stimulants are absolutely necessary. The upper one corresponds to the cross-section of the crus commune of the anterior and posterior vertical canals, and the lower opening to a cross-section of the posterior canal in the region of its ampulla.


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