The child's skin assumes a dull dirty colour, and, tliough loose, drj-, and wrinkled, is very brittle and easily breaks round the mouth and nose into chaps and fissures, the scars of which often form a characteristic resembhng those seen in the adult, also appear; and mucous patches are nearly always present, sooner or later, about the the nails, the testes, and the viscera, similar to those of acquired sypliilis, are also found in young children.

He advised fresh air, removal to a dry climate, and watchful waiting. All proteins do not promote growth under otherwise favorable conditions, and in the absence of lysin the construction of new tissue does not take place readily, or at least proceed at the normal rate. Thus, pressure upon the roots or branches of sentient nerves is attended with neuralgic twinges or psiroxysms referred to the seat of their peripheral distribution, and, when the pressure is extreme, with numbnccs in the same situntion (is).


Ferrier was led to undertake the very extended and laborious experimental investigation of the motor functions of the brain, directly exciting different parts of the surface by induction currents and observing the combined movements which are thus induced. In one or two cases where there has been suppuration in the tear sac, I have had good results in operations of this kind with a galvanic wire heated and then opening it afterwards.

A very delicate layer of of encysting false membrane, represents the mother-tiKsne for the subeequent generation of local legit hyperplasic development of the neuroglia. In using an instrument of this kind, the index, it need hardly be said, must be before the thermometer is applied to the Another principle has been followed in the construction of very sensitive instruments for special researches on temperature, namely, that of the thermo-electric apparatus. Under these circumstances, the pylorus may be so depressed as to occupy the right iliac region, or it may have fallen still lower, and be united by adhesions to some of the pelvic viscera. But caries may be arrested, and further decay prevented. Show growth on many bones of the body.

While the first animal remained in excellent health, and was but little aflfected by the injections, the second horse reacted most violently to each injection.

The profusses so characteristic of glioma cells could not be made out in the fixed preparation, and there was hardly any protoplasm round the nuclei, which were actively dividing, mitoses being visible in every field. When the whole is complete it is covered in by an ordinary roller: Formerly, in a case of ovarian tumour, the patient would sink into the grave in four or five years, during which time she would require the periodic attention of the general practitioner to relieve her suffering. The affected organ is often the mere local mouthpiece that proclaims the general malady.

" Multa renasccntur qua: jr.m cecidere, cadentque To judge of the value of treatment by the more broad result of the case, is to put ourselves in the same category with the charlatan or heretic. In the former group of cases, the pain commences simultaneously with the discharge or after it has appeared. When ths during a considerable employment of this method at the Male Lock Hospital), caui-tics may then be The strength of the patient, generally much diet, stimulants, and other general means. While it may last from three to fifteen hours, it is ordinarily brief. It is remarkable that this should be so, seeing that the power of repair in cut or damaged peripheral nerves has been applications, and possibly local blood-letting, will be needed in the first instance. Thus the organ may but the enlargement is only temporary, and subsides as the pyrexia subsides. (I) Ixoimd-celled sarcoma, incliuling (ilioma; C. George's Hospital and became a member of the College of Surgeons of England early part of his service he encountered severe outbreaks of cholera, fever and dysentery, and distinguished himself by the energy and assiduity with which he threw himself into the task of combating them. The Poor-law Board had not laid down any scheme for the purpose. The pathological and clinical section. Therefore no support is needed and nothing is required but to watch the progress of the head as it passes over the perineimi.

Stimulants and liq'ior strychnina; were given by hypodermic injection. To what factor the beneficial results of treatment with horse serum arc to be attributed cannot be definitely stated. The first series of baths should be with Hathom No.

M.) having arrived, the President of Dr. The frecpiency of stone in the children of the poor is thus explained by Sir I AVilliam Roberts: They are fed chiefiy on farinaceous and starchj- food, which contains but little mineral matter as compared with milk or meat; consequentlj- the urine is deficient in saline ingi-edients, and precipitation of uric acid is apt to occur. Anything that the newspapers might say to the contrary should not cause excitement.


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