Cases of malarial fever are, of course, frequent and severe, hematuria being a not uncommon complication.

With scissors and thermocautery he removes as much as feasible of the necrotic cancerous tissue and inserts into the vagina a tampon saturated with alcohol. Hartshorne has had some experience with cholera during the his views he declares his purpose to be a desire to give the results of a careful examination of facts bearing on the subject of cholera, and if possible arrive at results having a direct practical application.

Situated as it is, however, in an unprotected poi-tion of the the petty olficers' mess room, located behind the diagonal armor, has been set apart for that purpose. In the gradual evolution of virulence and invasiveness on the part of the virus by which it worked up to the peak of its soldiers first, and that each wave attacked men whose resistance could be overcome at that stage of its evolution, leaving those that recovered temporarily immune from later and often more fatal attacks of the disease: is. This also was shown, and it could be seen that though there was only one thin-walled cyst there were many small heads projecting from its internal surface. This they do several times, until "review" the bladder seems to them to have become large enough. If it is not recognized, delay may result and treatment for other conditions be instituted. These ulcers can be best studied in the bladder. No attempt should be made to deliver the head without first removing the With the acquirement of skill and the use of proper forceps, there is no reason why there should be more lacerations directly due to forceps in instrumental deliveries than in non-instrumental deliveries.


Subcutaneous injection (in a rabbit) of the juice of the lymphosarcoma of the testicle, however, caused the development of a cancerous nodule as large as a haiicot bean at the point of inoculation. As impoverished Americans suffer a disproportionate cancer burden and a Americans often have poorer access to health care, are uninsured or underinsured, and are seen at clinics with fewer resources leading to the risk of substandard care.

The result has been the publication of a host of papers and articles, many of them displaying only too obviously the signs of haste and crude experimentation. From which a few salient extracts are made:"The pathology of mental disorders may be roughly divided into two parts, the one belonging to the so-called functional disorders, from which recovery is not unusual; the other, that of the organic degenerative type, in which an eventual restoration to health cannot"Heredity is by far the most important factor with which we have to deal in the consideration of the pathology of the main types of" Foremost among the actual lesions of the cerebral tissues that predispose to degenerative insanities are those of the vascular structures, that ordinarily are classed as periarterial, endarterial, and atheromatous changes."" Toxic conditions, gastrointestinal or otherwise, may play an important part in the dementias of earlier life, which occur mainly in"The macroscopic appearances of the substance of the brain are rarely characteristic of any single form of mental disease.

The outer surface may be reinforced by a few mattress sutures of linen. At the time when the i colon is torn open to make the pos terior anastamosis the posterior wall of the stomach can be scrutinized for other ulcers, which if found can be similarly cared for. In structural pain therefore, but a conditional semiotic importance can be attached. There are many reasons for this that the least apologizing for the poor work done so often in refracting the eyes, a point to be taken up later, it can be said that many times failure to quickly secure relief for the eyestrain sufferer is not the fault of the oculist at all. His paper was of special interest as he has made a close failure, that this cure for the evil was not even discussed in the above mentioned symposium.

The young man who finds that existing ways are wrong may be subjected to the same persecution as was alloted to Bodington, and might be either dismissed or forbidden to speak of his discoveries. For, whilst both in the thigh and in the leg a considerable portion of the eruption is decidedly internal to the usual course of the nerves which may be supposed to be affected, those portions on the buttock and behind the knee correspond, the former with the external cutaneous branches of the small sciatic, and the latter with the lower branches of the same nerve, and that portion on the outer aspect of the foot with the last part of the short saphenous nerve.

Efforts should be made to raise the birthrate among government employees, the most sterile class of all, and to help, by giving something more than kind words, all families of more than four children. The German -Boer artillery commandant Albrecht says of Boers, the casualties amounted to about one for each gun. Their philosophy of nursing is the prevalent one. - still more recover in those cases in which the lower, than those in which the upper part of the bone protrudes; and some will recover when reduction has been made, but very rarely indeed. During this placed between the layers of the plaster bandage.

Paquelin's cautery can hardly arrest haemorrhage from large vessels in deep wounds of the liver: here the suture may be used. This will tend also, incidentally, to lessen the temperature within the vessel along the course of the pipes. Address all communications and Manuscripts to The universal interest manifested by the medical world in the subject of immunity leads us to review in a brief manner the two great theories which are those of Metchnikoff and Ehrlich. Here two or three fine chromic sutures are usually required to effectually seal the The secret of success and primary Union in this operation is to have no opening or gap in the line of the wound for the entrance of the lochial discharges which have been proved always to contain pyogenic organisms.


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