" The mouth is the ever-open door to the alimentary and respiratory tracts; it affords the most favourable conditions not only for the multiplication of fission-fungi and the production of their specific toxins, but also for the emigration of septic material to other organs and the absorption of toxins.

There are pigment granules throughout, but it can not be regarded as a melanotic sarcoma. The patient is found to improve gradually, and, in the great majority of cases, the operation does not need to be repeated. A curious story is told of a clergyman, that he always fainted when he heard a certain verse in Jeremiah read. The patient was treated by betanaphtol and very constant sponging, and though the case proved a severe one, the temperature for the F., and the urine having to be drawn by catheter, she did well, and by the twenty -seventh day of the disease it was noted that the temperature was normal Convalescence was looked upon as assured, when the child began to vomit, complained bitterly of pain in the abdomen, and the temperature went to once arose, as well as that of an appendicitis. Many people are said to"cry for joy." In fact, so narrow is the division line between the two conditions that the scale turns upon the mental state of the individual at the time of experiencing any particular sensation, "" as to whether he sutler pain or feel pleasure.

It was shown that by subjecting this oil to destructive "" distillation, under pressure, various products identical with certain petroleum hydrocarbons can be produced.

Prom Jenner onward, all great masters of vaccination have urged that its merits will always appear proportionate to the merits of the performers; that if sickly children are vaccinated without due regard to their actual condition of health, children teething, and the like; or if children, healthy or unhealthy, are vaccinated with improper material, the results must be at least unsatisfactory, and possibly dangerous. Hence the inference is drawn that the tissues of a healthy part exert an influence on the blood in their vicinity, by means of which the corpuscles, both red and white, are preserved free from adhesiveness; but that, in an inflamed part, this influence is This view has been confirmed by observations made on the wing of the bat.

It has occurred to me that what "login" in the adult appears to be the result of inflammatory processes need not be so in children, because the middle ears of the latter are so very accessible to injury from outside and to infection from the pharynx. Other titles are sufficiently explanatory. On the third or attic floor is the apparatus for ventilating the building by the suction draft method, which can be reinforced if necessary by forced draft from the cellar. In view of the results to which our calculations from the numerous experiments made by many different observers on these very diverse toxic agents lead, the conclusion seems to us inevitable that for animals of different size in any given species the dose required to produce any given effect is proportionate to the blood volume of the individual, and not to the body-weight. To this class probably belong many of the cases of ptosis and paralysis of individual ocular muscles that are congenital page or that appear in early life. Several other diseases are distinct causes for crime, especially those connected with the genitourinary organs. This accident happened fifteen years ago. He told his hearers that about one million babies were born annually in England. From the mental procedures on); Testicle ( Embryology of, Extract of Giraldes' organ on); Testicle (Histological elements of); Testicle (Innervation of); ( Morphology of ); Testicle (Secretions of); Testicle ( Vesiculse seminales of). To the right of the lower part of the nodule there is a group of tubuli similarly altered, but without any accompanying Pseudo-tuberculosis hyalina testis: monstratur nodulus e stromate hyaline constans. A contracted pelvis, protracted labor, "hot" or instrumental delivery is equivalent to a traumatic injury to the skull and brain, that is, the result is the same, leading to a hemorrhage, usually into the meninges.

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Befides the mentioned'Plexus of Glands, there arc a great Number of another Sort found in the Guts; and as they are fingle and not in zPlexus, are called Solitary Glands. Those of you in private offices, at least those with the foresight to arrange contracts with HMOs, PPOs, discounted fee-for-service plans, hospitals, industries, or even other physicians, will undergo a resurgence. I have witnessed, frequently, from the use of warm, stimulating cordials, a complete suspension of the action of the organ in question, instead of an increase or removal of its contractile powers. " That arsenic is a most valuable agent in inveterate cases of this disease, more especially those complicated with chronic eruptions of the scalp or cutaneous surface generally." which has been for some years more frequently resorted to tor cataract than any other in his practice," both as a preliminary proceeding and as the principal operation for individual cases. I was first inclined, as back stated above, to attribute this to increase in the abdominal pressure interfering with the spinal circulation, but it seems to me now more probable that the pain was a referred sensation, occurring on the principles laid down by Head as the outcome of his well-known researches. But if this original proportion could be changed to that existing in human milk, we might have hope of success. I knew that it would be a joy for me to work with Ted and we promptly went about designing a program which would qualify him for the Thoracic Surgery Boards. We are not, however, limited to one case for the proof of the incorrectness of this statement, as the following extract from Mr.

In appraising the value of this diagnostic measure we must of course keep in view the fact that a certain proportion of cases of malignant disease is complicated by general catarrhal or interstitial changes throughout the gland. Of these views the following case is strongly illustrative, and I place the more value on it as the patient has been at different periods A young man of feeble muscular development, and considerably below the middle size, entered the Meath Hospital, labouring under the usnal symptoms of Laennec's emphysema; the chest was enormously enlarged on both sides, but the principal yielding seemed to have taken place in the upper and anterior portions; the circumference at the mammary regions being three feet and an inch, an increase of at least seven inches above its natural development. Finally, if the headache assumes the character of a hemicrania, I think it is.


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