" Inflations by Politzer's method should be avoided, as they tend to force fresh quantities of microorganisms from the naso-pharynx into the middle-ears, and bring about must be aseptic; it seems doubtful whether antiseptic treatment is as useful as was once thought," because the remedies thus named have been shown to contain septic germs and to cause secondary infection. I cannot too heartily indorse this treatment, and I believe it will yield satisfactory results to all those who may give it a trial. The frontal lobe corresponds to Flechsig's anterior association-centre.

The wound was dressed with aseptic gauze, and a Buck's extension-apparatus with five pounds and plaster-dressing was applied from hip to toes with a window over the wound for dressing. The nuclei are the reproductive orgaus of the tissues, and they are to be studied through speeific staining-methods for the protoplasm. The deeper strictures can be discovered by means of the proctoscope.

In the double function of the mouth, serving self and on the other side serving sex as an erogenous zone, this organ has come to be unduly excited along the latter line and hence overdeveloped in this direction in many obvious ways.

If a patient complains of his heart, examine code his stomach.

There BOSTON MEDICAL AND aUBOWAL JOURNAL was a histoiy of muscular rheumatism. This occurs in cases in which the duration of the disease has been of such length that the formation of a sufficient amount of specific proteins has followed the constant slow destruction of the organisms, or in those cases of shorter duration in which a massive destruction of the organisms is brought about through energetic treatment. As experience with these machines is accumulated, it is evident that uniformity of performance exists only within a rather narrowly circumscribed physiologic range.

In one the oijei-ation was completed within ten minutes; in one it was done" very soon;" in the remaining two it was done vrithin half an hour. Many of its factors are entirely absent at times, or may play but an insignificant part in it, and this is notably the case with regard to its cardinal symptom, elevation of temperature. In nocturnal cases a dose at five o'clock and at bedtime is all that is required. It must have satisfactory stables and operating-rooms for small and large animals; for the experimental and observational study of animal diseases is the logical outcome of laboratory research. In the latter case, if the patient survives the shock, the symptoms will he those of cerebro-spinal ineningitis, prominent among which will be retraction of the head, rigidity of the muscles of the back of the neck, and sometimes of the spine, with manifest opisthotonus and shock-like convulsive rigidity of the muscles of the limbs, especial Iv of the arms. The next most prominent symptom is backache which on account of a similar location cannot be differentiated from that produced by a retroverted uterus or other pathological pelvic conditions. Green, of the Geological Survey, again -vasited the place, and found very decided fragments of teeth. But if the capitulation principle is to be eliminated in the case of lodge practice so must it also be in the case of Casualty Contract Practice.

We have had it present both in childi-en and in The patches from which the hair has fallen ai-e generally cii-cular or oval in shape and vary iu size.

Patients with chronic pyelonephritis responded as well to methacycline as to other therapeutic regimens. Although it is true that the left ventricle does not dilate in stenosis as it does in insufficiency, yet it is untrue to say that it does not dilate at all; for the residual blood becomes considerable; the auricle probably gains a little in strength to meet the increased pressure in the ventricle, but the contraction-volume of this coupon chamber also is excessive. The large fusiform or cylindrical aneurysms of the aorta present a rough atheromatous intima, often with calcined plates, foci of atheromatous softening, and here and there localised bulgings or secondary sacs, with flakes of adherent thrombi. It is closely related to bornyval of gynoval is said to be that of a mild nervine and antispasmodic, resembling that of valerian, with the advantages of a much more agreeable odor and of being better tolerated, especially not giving rise to unpleasant eructations.

In such cases, a quantity of air is driven through the Eustachian tubes into the tympanic cavity, the membrane is pressed back against the polypus, and an increase of pain is produced, which radiates to the scalp and face on the same side. The review appearance of the vessels differs according to the severity of the disease and the situation of the lesions.


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