Translation and Introduction by the The Banking House as an Aid to Investors. This is too commonlv the case with those who would be considered practical writers, and it is always the case with those whose observations are appealed to in support of systems. He was the first to hint at physiology, and believed that the first function of the physician is to assist Nature in mending the ailment through the discovery and removal of the cause. You notice, too, that when he puts his tongue out it is impossible for him to do so without trembling. Ation well, complaining of practically no The making of a rectal examination is pain. "Prescribing of Glasses, How and By"Report of a Rare Tumor of Neck and The arrangement of papers in this program will not be observed in final program which will attempt to group kindred subjects and as near as possible follow the wishes of authors, giving them the day they Errors, omissions, or titles of new papers should be reported by authors or chairmen of sections at once to the Secretary for correction or place on final program.

Perfectly aware of the fact that is the only one which is efficacious, and also fully alive to the fact that, especially owing to the work of American colleagues, the correction of minor degrees of heterophoria by means of partial tenotomies has become more and more a satisfactory operative procedure, there are none the less a class of cases in which operation is either impossible, from lack of consent, or inadmissible owing to complicating circumstances.

Three of the cases improved while undergoing the treatment. The suppuration continued during fourteen days, and as it declined, the integument gradually subsided into the the aid of an elastic band, could stand up, and move about a little.

Even in the presence of a specific microbiological diagnosis, recurrences can take place. A physician, who has been in practice thirty years, brought a young man with advanced pulmonary tuberculosis to me for admission to the State Sanatoriimi at Mt Alto. Turn is responsible for abdominal distress. A still more interesting fact is that this condition is found oftener in children than adults. A number-of loops of the small intestine had undergone a complete twist around the mesenteric axis, and showed evidences of strangulation, and were at the same time enormously dilated.

Tlie roof of the ventricles is normal; and so are the choroid Cerebellum appears perfectly normal: but the valve of Vieusseus is the seat of the granular degeneration above described. This? ovarian bag had been filled with air, and had given occasion to the equivocal sounds. Duns has so trimmed his expressions as to take from the squareness of those opinions on religious subjects which he holds and never hesitates to enunciate.

Now, if the yellow color of those organs be owing to the presence of a component of the bile, who can believe that it could be removed by a secretion from the intestines, or if such a thing is possible it must be by the bowels performing vicariously the function of the Black, consistent and offensive evacuations are regarded by all physicians who have had much experience in the treatment of summer and autumnal complaints in warm lattitudes, as eminently auspicious. There was no discoloration of the chloroform anesthesia.

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To bone behaves as does the young bone, simply control convulsions by the shortest Let us therefore look briefly at the pathoand easiest methods with little or no regard logical physiology of: to the real nature of the trouble, or to its The periosteum, progressively degenerative lesions, is to my The epiphyseal cartilages, mind utterly irrational. "The number (for the present month) of the Western and Southern Medical Recorder lies upon our table. Grateful to Victor M Haughton, MD for his advice in preparation of this article; also thanks to MDs Sanford J Larson, Glenn A Meyer, David C Hemmy, David M McGee, and Bruce C Bressler of the myelography via lumbar injection under brain after the injection of air into the JA: A practical approach to cervical Radiologic signs of hydromyelia. It is well known that arsenic is of service to complete the cure of a case of malarial fever, of whatsoever form, which has been controlled by quinine. Its ally, Belladonna, gains and retains its place; Mandragora is lost. Pathological conditions, as enlarged tonsils or uvula, varicose veins on back of tongue, hypertrophied papillae, or lymph nodules should be removed. The meninges were in both cases always congested, while the brain substance was constantly auasmic: Formad, the coroner's physician, states that in one case he found the peritoneum deluged with blood, and the fcetus washed up on the that ectopic gestation is rare in the full-blooded negro, that he should like to place on record such a case.

If we find symptoms, we can then pay more attention to the physical signs in the chest, but the physical signs which we find indicative of bronchial gland enlargement do not mean tuberculosis by any means.


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