As Nordau has said, with a great deal of truth, the town-dweller of these last decades of the nineteenth century suffers from nervous fatigue, and is so ill-advised as to make his very recreations sources, not of recuperation, but of increased exhaustion. If we rest the claim for damages upon the basis of reasonable expectation of earnings, which, in fact, is the only way of -proper adjustment, we are forced to admit that the highest award should be rendered in case of death; while in mere maiming the parties accountable for the same should pay in proportion to the degree and extent of the incapacity occasioned by the particular injury. Macbwen's Operation in selected, and perhaps in the majority of cases, is probably the best herniotomy for radical cure yet produced. The strongest indication for the Sticta will be found in pain in the shoulders, back of the neck, and extending to the occiput. At the instigation of the Minister of the Interior, they have consulted with hospital administrations for the purpose of ameliorating hospital conditions by establishing pavilions, or special wards, with the assistance of the The committee of the Department of the Sausse, the municipal council of Paris beds for tuberculous patients that have been or are going to be placed in separate pavilions in various hospitals of Paris and In many other departments, efforts are made to follow the beautiful example given by the city of Paris and the opinion is justified that one consequence of the direction taken by popular opinion will be, to facilitate the actual hospital isolation of consumptives that had for so long been demanded in vain by sanitarians. Many condemn cycling on the ground that the movements are identical with those called forth in running a sewing-machine. This was incised, and the spinous process of the fourth lumbar vertebra and a part of the arch on either side were removed, pus escaping from outside the dura. The author has seen the report of one case in which this operation had been performed with a successful result:

He was tapped again in the hospital, and the fluid on examination showed a few" budding cells." At the autopsy it was found that the part of the liver which had formed the tumor was not that wh'ch was most diseased; it was waxy, degenerated, and hypertrophied. The section on the physical exercises is very valuable (review). Out of a series of six thousand Wassermann reactions four hundred were done on blood obtained at necropsy.

But the spots described were present with all their characters and the diagnosis of actinomycosis was maintained. The mortality of this infectious disease remains very high, cent. The precautions taken to prevent transmission of scarlet fever to these naval patients consisted in washing floors, tables, bedsteads, etc., and in covering beds with clean iinen. Other sections included the nipple and the gland tissue immediately subjacent By inclusion in celloidin, which prevented the issue of sections of the actinomycotic grains, this second series of sections presented a larger surface than those of the first series. There was, however, no well-defined mark of fracture. It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. If exposures are overdone burns will occur, or there will be repeated peeling of the skin without pigmentation.

Opium and nepenthe for To induce: Glycerine injections, also packing cervix with iodoform gauze and vagina with salicylate wadding Cerebral: Difficulty in diagnosis Hepatic: Mode of operation for method of compression with sponge Psoas, from tubercular disease of Pulmonary: Calcium sulphide for Sub-phrenic: Often obscure and teucrin, fl: reviews. The result, as a rule, was, that good bony union occurred without infection. During the night following she only of the deceptive sensation, and had yet slight cough: die skin was moist:

In short, it behooves us to examine the red blood corpuscle in the the report of a series of investigations upon the bacteria found in human milk. These questions drivers the pupil should answer. It may also be pointed out in this connection that the family history as given by the patient or his relatives is not always to be relied upon, and also that one individual may contract any contagious disease more than once. The importance of this is seen in the history of the Edinburgh Lock Hospital.

Do not understand me to say, in all cases in which there are septal deflections, ridges, or spurs, we will find catarrh of the middle ear, or that all catarrhal conditions of the middle' Read before the Onondaga County Medical Society September there are many such deformities that are perfectly innocent, but I do believe that whenever a deformity or overgrowth in any portion of the nose causes a contact between two surfaces that are not normally in contact, we will have a catarrhal inflammation arising from such a contact, which, acting in conjunction with the climatic influences we have in this section, is very liable to extend to either the ear or throat. It acts well in chronic ulceration of the lungs.


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