As regards the infants examined, many are found to start their school life handicapped by serious defects which could have been remedied if they had been under proper supervision and treatment in their pre-school years.

In some men regular recurring tasks or business stresses bring them on; in some women the menstrual periods seem to be the cause. 'Ihe rule according to which relative power of the two causes did not matter, provided the resulting influence attained a certain amount.

Coutts and Co's., Strand, and at" Donors of thirty guineas in one payment, or annual subscribers of three guineas, will have the right of recommending in"Donors often guineas in one payment, or annual subscribers of one guinea, will have the right of recommending out-patients If the causes of the epidemic cholera have given rise to multifarious speculations, and if its pathological characters have perplexed all the reformers of nomenclature, the treatment proposed for the cure of this terrible malady has not been less the theme of controversy, and a profitable source of trade to impudent quacks, and other unprincipled pretenders to a knowledge in the science of medicine. In the centre of this ridge is a slight groove for the reception of the longitudinal sinus.

As jobs to the matter of reading, it should be encouraged in moderation, but the character of the literature should be carefully supervised. We need only consider that form of myopia which exists in high degree in quite young children and produces bad vision not remediable to any great extent by glasses. Again, the Clyde was sufficiently pure to allow of salmon being caught in the immediate vicinity of Glasgow until the domestic sewage of that city was passed into it.

Landon's first connection with Indiana citizenship was as a teacher, an oc cupation he followed both before and after the Civil war, in which he had a brief but gallant service as a soldier of the Union. This mode of treatment! has not been very popular with the phy-l sician because of the unclean work, but ij am confident the results well repay one for In all cases of convulsions, immaterial of I the cause, and in any other condition point-J ing to autointoxication, I flush the lowed bowel with a solution of Glyco-Thymoline,j Cilyco-Thymoline is always kept in niyj The fifty-seventh aiitiual meeting- of the The officers of the society are as follows: State provide that iu case of death of the President, the Councillors shall elect one of the Vice Presidents to act as President. This remedy is mercurial friction on the skin.

A certain seasonal periodicity is shown insofar that infection decreases in cold and very dry seasons, but increases in warm and moist seasons. The coal-tar products, salicylates, etc., will answer both indications, but should always be used with caution. (b) Report of births and deaths. Such an occurrence as this is almost enough to make The next case among the women, not one that terminated so favourably as tKie of sudden death in an old woman, who came in with anasarca. This, however, is careers not the fact, certainly not if the milk is fresh, and the fat globules are uniformly distributed. Saprofitic infection is probably always associated with other bacterial infections and the nonpathogenic bacteria may become pathogenic under the abnormal conditions. Oedema pulmonum entirely, as in the former case, but he had pain in the left side, for which the blister was applied, and the hardness of the pulse; and his having been feverish before he was bled, according to his account, evinced inflammation, the complaint of palpitations, and the impulsion of the heart, indicating organic disease, with diseased heart, in which I did think it not merely safe but expedient to administer digitalis, for the purpose of softening the pulse, of which it is one of the most powerful means we possess. Ordered permanganate of potash in solution internally, the strength, which hud not until now begun to flag.

This failing to control the hemorrhage, the tampon was applied, and stimulants ordered. Acne rosacea, ichthyosis simplex, and purpura simplex are all equally well depicted, and the same may be said of tinea versicolor, which is shown both in its most frequent situation, the front of the chest, and as assuming its most usual hue, that in which it simulates chloasma. There is never present at the periphery that whitish ring which is found in ordinary burns. - i may say that for the erroneous statement I am myself essentially to blame, as the extract was sent to me by the printers, but in consequence of my" Dr Macdonald agreed with Dr Keiller in his principles of treatment. Segmentation occurs within the red-blood corpuscles, but its situation is not so easy to distinguish in this form as in the quotidian. By some I sent epidemic) was symptomatic, were of your readers, perhaps the description so' aggravated by opiates, which stopped the the symptoms, as well as the pathological' reduced by those fi-ee purgative means views founded on them, are substantially j which promoted the secretion and descent the same as were delivered by me in a i of the bile." Of this epidemic, from my now so distinctively applied to the first or blue stage of the present epidemic, was so employed by me, and, if I mistake not, was first employed by me to designate that stage in the English disorder; whilst the fever now termed consecutive, which belongs to it, but which is almost unmet with in the Indian complaint, was especially stage of collapse, and in some respects a remedy for it. If the abscess is opened it should be frequently irrigated with quinine solution.


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