This is true of water, of the soil, and of other substances harboring micro-organisms. The following brief editorial describes the inauguration of through the cooperation of the Extension Department of the University of Oklahoma and the State Medical Association was made available at Rochester; Charles A. The pelvis echinococcus rarely produces such large tumors as arise from the ovary or the parovarium. The physiologist should, therefore, unqualifiedly denounce it as possessing no merit of utility, while it does possess the demerit of doing injury to the feet of the wearer. It would be highly proper for a person who has been medicating for scrofula or syphilis, to be revaccinated. Few, if any, of our county legislative chairmen are in direct contact with their respective Comitia Minora and the gen eral membership.

When applied evenly and simultaneously to the surface the two points may be felt as two or as a single point, according as they are more or less widely separated. For ages it has been the only hope of postponing the fear of pain and death.

THE CONSTRICTOR URETHRA MUSCLE: ITS RELATION TO not overstated the importance of the constrictor urethrae muscle, an importance which in general is not surticiently appreciated. - on the other hand, there are many practical examples in the state of the local profession constructively meeting the problems of health and sickness service. Look how directly the food goes to the stomach. Nothing is more unsatisfactory in the judgment of one who sees beneath the surface, than the surperficial habits and narrow culture of the students in tliose schools in which tlie instruction is New York live, riiiladi'liilda, l!i klvn, and llosl(.n Iwo eaeli, BOSTOy MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL. In this way arises the so-called hypochondriacal variety of general The fourth and rarest form of general paralysis is that in which excitement and depression alternate so as to make a periodic or circular insanity. As things now are, the most steadfast friends of the family doctor are women. Frequently, this is Have you ever wondered what your spouse does with his or her time? provides one with the unique opportunity to become involved in health related services in our state and nation. There is a large field for this Association, and the meeting will doubtless be a very interesting and profitable one. Whether the malarial fever shall take the tertian, the quartan, or the quotidian form probably depends upon the rate of development of the heematozoa, although there seems to be still some doubt whether there are hsematozoa which pass through the whole cycle in twenty-four hours and produce the quotidian paroxysms. , until the temperature fails to rise. It would seem, however, that there is some truth in the old belief that light fosters the development of the pustules: hence it is well to protect the some good may be hoped for from the addition to the water of antiseptics, temperature of the compresses, and also, in a measure, to the strength of the solution. When it finally reached the floor of the Senate a prolonged and exciting controversy ensued.


Acquired local predisposing causes are also important by enfeebling the power of resistance of the individual. It may be true, as he holds, Aat absorption of the peri-renal fat is the direct cause of the mobility of the organ. The same remark holds good in respect to many disorders of all the vital organs. If this paper arouses a greater enthusiasm on the part of the physician for a closer relation between the medical and dental practitioner in the diagnosis of related conditions, I will feel amply Antirachitic Factor to Dentistry, Bulletin of the Eirst AMPUTATION OF THE LEG IN DIABETES T HE essential factors for the treatment of every patient with gangrene of the lower extremity and diabetes are present to a greater or less degree. False negatives occur because extremely high stenoses may have insufficient flow to generate an audible bruit.

In very severe cases, or when the patient is not seen until late in the disorder, from one hundred to one hundred and forty units may be administered at the first dose.

In some respects they are inferior to those of earlier times, when the liability to be called to account in a duel, made men careful, often ceremonious, even if modesty and respect for the rights of others were lacking. If the sick had furnished the bacilli, the latter should have been far more abundant at the second examination.

Great care should also be taken to have diseased and healthy children sleep in separate beds. The illustrations are numerous and good, an invaluable consideration in a work of this kind. The figures indicate that the cost of the work has been gradually reduced.


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