In the course of the week, my patient was again upon his legs, and notwithstanding the inclemency of that season (March), was out and about his ordinary avocations; and although he continued his habits of intemperance, which carried him from comparatively affluent circumstances, in a few short months, to find lodgings in the gutter, yet, to this day (having again reformed, through an absence on a protracted whaling voyage, to which he was shipped by our city authorities, as a nuisance), he enjoys perfect health, and during his exposures through the voyage he had no relapse whatever of his former affliction, to which he had at times previously been liable. Bond and Strecker in the comforts of the Pennsylvania Hospital.

It ia a good layer of small, round and excellent eggs. One specimen was found, on analysis, to contain upwards of twenty-five per cent, of carbonate of lime. In support of this view one of the patients was weighed daily and showed an increase in weight of two and a quarter pounds following the administration of the chlorids.

Effectually prevent this case from being acknowledged as one of read of this disease, that it is the first instance, if it be one, that has terminated so Suddenly in death. Tm Reveals a significant range of information beyond that obtained by palpation. In Sabrazes' protracted hemophiliac arthritis, during life, enlargement of the articular ends with projecting nodules of bone; and studies femur covered with nodular masses of cartilage. In chronic cholecystitis the finding of enlarged liver is very common. Its pathological phenomena must be explained, therefore, not on the principles of mechanics, but on those of vitality. " THE ACCOUCHEURS VADE MECUM." A LATE mail has brought to our address a ragged duodecimo pamphlet of thirty-two pages, with the above title, by"Doctor Bennett," of the Big-Hocking Ohio Medical Society, who appears to be on the eve of retiring from the chair of midwifery and the diseases of women and chil dren, Hygiene and JlccUmalemenf, beside some dozen other departments, dehvered hirnsell' of such a production as this, not one word webmail of which appears to be original, with the exception of a little flattering unction addressed to a squadron of students, beginning with," gentlemen of the medical class." If the lucid divisions of labor, by"Professor John Cook Bennett, M.D." are calculated for the meridian ot' the Big-Hocking Ohio Medical Society, it would be extremely gratifying to knr)w whether the system of puzzlitication, so beautifully exhibited in this Vade Mccum, l)ecomes more complex Again, here is a very nice distinction, and withal very clearly expressed behind the symphysis pubis; while the sinciput, with the anterior fontanelle, offers before the sacro-vertebral prominence." Before this medley of nonsense had a being, we began to entertain and two secretaries, can swallow such sliift' as the Accoucheur's Vade dangerous condition when their graduates begin to operate. It begins with a slight login hoarseness and catching of the breath as if from cold, and ter minates in an offensive discharge from the nostrils, froth in the corners of the eyes, and swollen lids. In many cases the simple forms of tinea readily yield to the treatment which is commonly employed; but it must be confessed that in many other cases they are extremely rebellious. Email - it wonld be a great improTemeiit to ship these animals on cars with air-hrakee, patent cooplings, and suspension tmcks.

Careful palpation reveals the fact that the swollen nodules are mainly composed of prominent parts of tortuous ducts.

Hence, the fact that symptomatic improvement occurs in leukemia while tissues are undergoing rapid destruction seems to be the result of the limitation of this tissue disintegration, chiefly, or possibly entirely, to the diseased Rather than lessening its importance, this apparent limitation of the effects to certain tissues adds to the interest of the subject in its relation to general metabolism. The public generally are satisfied that a deep sense of their serious responsibility, guided by adequate acquaintance with the principles of their science, regulates the conduct and practice of its members, who, with rare exceptions, are educated gentlemen. A diarrhoea is more favourable than constipation; especially if vomiting accompany the latter; for the former may be looked upon, if not too severe, as rather useful; and not absolutely bad if the stools be even bloody. This man, aged fifty-one, a labomrer in the port of Brest, had already been a patient in the Marine Hospital some years since with epididymitis and an irreducible hernia, both on the left side.

SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, TORONTO, MONTREAL, WINNIPEG, BUENOS AIRES. Theoretically, it should be the reverse, owing to the possibility of a retrograde flow of blood from the external carotid. The condition remains the same, except that epistaxis returns, but the of uric acid were found in the urine. In the analysis they were determined (in the manner followed by Giimbel and Osborne and Harris simultaneously) by determining the nitrogen remaining in the magnesia paste after filtration and complete outwashing of the paste with distilled The paste was collected on a Nvtsche (over nitrogen-free filter paper), and, after several washings with distilled water, the precipitate, together with the filter paper, was transferred to a Kjeldahl flask and digested with sulphuric acid, and the nitrogen determined according to the method of Kjeldahl. Certain names have already been mentioned; nearly all these sufferers had a valid excuse for opium-taking, and many of them had medical training and contacts. Corresponding to the smaller size of many of the cirrhotic livers and the associated loss of the liver parenchyma, the central veins in certain regions sometimes exhibit a mutual approximation, which, however, varies much in different livers and in the same liver in different places.


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