Lo process of time the finger became dried up, and was removed by gentle traction; bnt yery soon afterwards the patient complained of stiffbess in the moscles of mastication, and it was remained that he coold not open his month.

Moreover, the same effect follows when the second or neuter disc is applied merely in the immediate neighborhood of the active disc. Miner, of Buffialo, took the floor and read a paper entitled," The Extirpation of the Thyroid Gland," illustrating the same with several specimens, which were passed around upon plates. The author uses the same instrument in cases of placenta prsevia, only filling it with cold colorless and transparent for two-thirds the depth of its lowest layer, and that for the lowest third of the rods it is plunged in a purple-colored substance; this coloration having been long unknown, because the mere access of light destroys it, decolorizing formal conclusions: That the action exercised upon the retina by light is of a chemical order, and the formation of images a true photography. It was the creation of this group, that is, an association of people with a common purpose and a common language, in this case music, which paved the way to future endeavors. It is not, however, with the morality of these expedients that we have to do. In the first place the power of introducing modifications in the schemes for the formation of the new examining boai'ds is transferred from the Privy Council to the General Medical Council. The upper part of the band must be snugly adapted to the lower border of the lower half of the patella. Grafting the stump of the twelfth nerve into the remnants of the tongue probably gives those muscle remnants some power Thirteenth Annual Meeting, Held at Niagara Falls, May sy, sS and.?p, ipoi. But the conditions of success are numerous and delicate, and are with diflSculty complied with. There was a gi-eat deal of scarlet fever about at the time, and it is possible that an overwhelming dose of this poison might thus have fatally prostrated her. The tongue seemed small, and its right half seemed rather smaller than the left. The views quoted by PerronciU) are by unknown men, and as to the charge that Sanarelli left off his studies untiuished, and with tlie valueless protective serum as the only result, it may be said that this matter must for the present give way to other affairs," since alone it is not worth a life study." Sanarelli asserts that with is determined. Acts of Parliament bearing directly on the Profession have been passed.

The second group consists of those where bodily causes, derangements of the digestive apparatus, difficulties of sense perception, etc., have thrown the child out of gear.

In place of the catheter he recommends that a temporary fistula be made to drain the bladder, such a fistula being made into the urethra or bladder.

Under the microscope it was seen to be composed, for the most part, of loose fibro-cellular tissue, covered by tough and altered mucous membrane; the deep parts were, however, cslvemous in structure. This little incident served to impress upon my mind the important role which the housefly may play in the dissemination of this disease, and added much to my former opinion of the fly as a public nuisance. I never saw a man examine a case more thoroughly.

There can be no doubt that vaccination is highly useful during epidemic variola if not delayed until the person is already the subject of the disease. To the anatomist, the demonstration of this great ubiquitous double, or rather triple, system, is most convenient when traced from its symmetrical centres. The plaques were found to form rather irregular laminae with somewhat irregular surfaces.


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