For this purpose the part is thoroughly dusted, and it is repeated as often as necessary to keep it dry." (Scudder.)"In these days of antisepsis, it is a relief to find an old and tried remedy coming to the front and taking its place with the many new and much vaunted antiseptics. The library's historical in the initial historical exhibit at the new William Penn Museum, in Harrisburg, by the loan of classic works from the pens of John Morgan, John Jones, and Nathaniel Chapman, noted Fellows of the College who were pioneers in the field of American academic medical education. Tumor must now be firmly siezed and drawn down, passed through the extended os, and the remaining adhesions be severed by the fingers or some suitable sharp instrument. " Dean and Professors" faculty, in responding, traced the growth of Bishop's College from its commencement thirty-three years ago when it had started with one At a meeting of the Faculty of Medicine of McGill University, Dr. - before using the formalin he applies a powder, consisting of equal parts of cocaine, eucaine, and desiccated suprarenal extract to the parts, by means less frequently. The iodides do not cure senile arteriosclerosis. In other cases it does occur, but with less subjective disturbance, no chill, and more moderate fever. The first description of what was likely diphtheria is found in writings shortly after the birth of Christ, but the first full description appeared in England in the eighteenth The early laboratory work that pointed the way to treatment and prevention of the disease was done in Europe. And leadership goes a long way, too! We will most assuredly hear more from these active bastions of medical professionalism. These usually afford relief in a short Nearly allied to this ailment is the suffering that infants experience from wind in the stomach. Many observers have told me that these abnormities are more marked in blonds of long residence. In no other direction is the possibility of his advice and instruction of greater importance to them; and on this point, too, the most diverse opinions are held by those equally eminent in the profession. ? Much toward keeping the child's mind receptive and retentive for school instruction can be gained bv preventing intoxication from the intestinal canal. The soft hypertrophy may be combated by bleeding, hot sitz baths, the use of suppositories of adrenalin, hamamelis,' and cocaine, gentle cholagogues, milk and vegetable diet, absence of constriction about the waist.

At operation his appendix was found not acutely inflamed, but on removal and section contained a pain in lower abdomen. Now, if the above liquids prove of so little value, what must we give the child to keep up his nourishment and to till up the empty vessels? and plantain meal.

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Now, without going into the nerve supply of the iris, it will be mijn sufficient to say that the sphincter muscle is supplied by the Srd cranial nerve, the dilator fibres by the sympathetic. Chrysarobin may also be applied in solution in collodion, which is allowed to dry and covered with simple collodion, gauze, or a As a substitute for chrysarobin, pyrogallol is elTective, especially in widespread, not too severe psoriasis, with small lesions: It blackens the skin, but does not have the deeply penetrating, staining power of chrysarobin. An early operation for extirpation of genital tuberculosis may produce a cure, even of a case of lung tuberculosis. All Hospital Superintendents and Hospital Tiiistees are eligible for active membership, and anyone else particularly interested in hospital work is eligible for associate membership.

Closely following Roentgen, Becquerel, while observing the properties of uranium, found that it had a slow but definite action upon sensitized films. Here, too, we must bear in mind the individual differences in the resisting power Couihtions precisely similar to those in chronic bronchitis occur in other dis eases, and lead in like manner to pulmonary emiiliysema.


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