The fact is, that the only possible therapeutics of phthisis must be based on clinical experience, and this the supporters of the parasitic origin of the disease are forced to employ until a specific has been found. A medical journal could not exist in these days unless it had the support of the profession. Half years before my seeing her she had a very severe confinement, and was delivered by version followed by the application of forceps to the aftercoming head, when she then sustained complete laceration of the perineum. An address with the aliove title, in whieli the author discusses the projtosition announced liy myself tliat" chorea is a functional disturbance of the nervous system wliich may give rise to organic lesions, and which arises from irritation dependent upon anomalous refraction of the eye, and in a large proportion of The author cites thirty-one cases of chorea oliserved by himself, and in which, lie informs his readers, he has carefully tested the refractive condition of the He lays down certain rules for in-ocedure in such cases which are certainly good, indeed, indispensable As the result of these examinations we are infoimed If the question of the relation of the nervous trouble to the refractive conditions of the eye is worth investigating, the metliod of jjroving liy accurate examinations of cases is surely the true one, for it matters little facts, and from this test there can be no appeal. With the uterus and pelvic organs in a healthy condition, a change in position of the uterus was of no significance whatever, and thei'e was endorsed the remarks of Dr. Any rise in blood-pressure patients during the lying-in-period he would consider indicated the onset of eclampsia. My attention was next directed to the estimation of the economic damage from loss of eyesight by the writings of Prof. Because of its purpose to co-ordinate the professional activities of the members for the spread of adequate medical service to all the Because it unites the representative members of the medical profession, bringing due recognition through community interests, and undergirds effective programs for supplying in national emergencies the medical needs of our armed forces as well as medical Because of its program of educational service to the public on matters of health and hygiene ( Lagrange and Budin agree in regarding the changes as dependent upon an irregularly advancing chronic inflammation, which extends from the skin to the underlying tissues. Those pathologists who consider this disease an essential fever, and the tliroat "erfahrungen" affection an accidental circumstance, object, that the constitutional disturbance is not always proportioned to the degree of local disease. The abnormal pro trusion of the artificially distended colon over a renal tumor is also to be noted. Anderson, Johnstown Paul McCloskey, Johnstown Carbon John H. In none of the experimental animals (rabbits and dogs) which were the subjects of injections by this route, and sacrificed several weeks afterwards, were any gross or histologic changes noted in the bone or marrow.

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When the children are very thirsty, the rice or barley water is given in the intervals without two eggs, and then adding water in small quantities at a time, while the mixture is being gently stirred. By diverting tho secretions which normally neutralize tho gastric juice as it leaves the stomach to another portion of the intestine remote from tho point of emcrgonco of the acid, they wcro able to produce in dogs in a high peiccutage of cases typical subacute or chronic peptic ulcers in the intestinal (duodenal or jejunal) mucosa. Doubtless it may be further urged that under the present state of modern civilization there will be found in the large majority of cases, such deviations from the normal as to give clear and positive indications for the use of drugs, and it is at this point that the skill, judgment and tact of the practitioner is tested. Much in demand and growing in popularity is the health subjects, which have been presented before many audiences during the past two years. Codeine with phenacetin and acid acetyl salicylate was used in most cases and gave better results than morphine.


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