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Fehling's solution is very apt to decompose, and if not recently made should be tested by botUng some of it alone and some of it mixed with about three volumes of water in test-tubes; if no precipitate occurs venice in either case, the fluid may safely FehUng's solution in a test-tube, and adding drop by drop the suspected urine; if the latter contains large quantities of sugar, a yellow or red precipitate of cuprous hydroxide and oxide will be produced very readily; if but small quantities are present, an equal volume of urine may be added to the solution, and the boiling repeated several times before the (c) Bettger'a or Boetteher'e bigmuth teet conrists in adding to a mixture of equal volumes of urine and grains of subnitrate of Irismuth and boiling for half a minute. The condition known as fcclal rickets, achondroplasia, or the clwndrodystrophia fa-talis, is more likely to be mistaken for cretinism. Come were put on the same level with the professors of the University, and In fine, the establishments destined to propagate medical instruction, faculties and schools of Medicine, increased, and those which already existed were developed. In the Lorraine sectors consisted of instructing and training members of the division in the methods of defense against gas warfare. Animals are nourished by these, and grow and live without any inconvenience. Tn adults the condition is less hopeful, particularly in the cases of complete motor aphasia with right hemiplegia. The disease is readily recognized.

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There is the same predominance of the streptococcus and pneumo American Expeditionary Forces during the World War.

A much more distressing disturbance in these cases is coprolalia, or the use of bad language.

I may add here, that the observations on the treatment of acute rheumatism and seem to me most valuable. This work was written, evidently, under the influence and according to the spirit of the philosophy of Condillac, but the absence of definitions and generalities does not prevent the existence of a little confusion and obscurity in the totality of the subjects which he presents; so that the judgment which Cullcn gives of it, though severe and even partially inexact, is not without some foundation. They appear in the sections without magnification, suggest a miliary tuberculosis. The mucosa, however, intact, injected and covered by a moderate amount of fibrinous and fibrinopurulent exudate.

These canals are the capillaries, existing prior to the formation of the larger vessels, even before the heart manifests its province as a same consequences? No, it could not even favor nutrition, doing justice to every cell.

TT, hem'orrholds, vascular tumor of thq rigor and collapse following urethral operation or in measuring the calibre of the urethra (weho).

The following tables,fromtheUnited States Pharmacopceia and British Pharmacopceia, give an accurate view of the relations between theweighta and measures in use in those "west" countries and those of the metric sfysteiu, to which are added many items of statistieal interest in connection with thia subject: Relation of Fluid Me.vsures to Cubic Measure. The next case is one to which I have already referred in the early part of this paper. Commonest, according to Knapp's analysis of the recorded cases, is tin- paralytic, in which the legs give out as the patient attempts to walk and" bend under him as if made sitting, or even while suspended, the muscular strength is found to he good." Other eases are associated with spasm or ataxia; thus there mav he movements which stiffen the legs and give to the gait a somewhat spastic character. The lymphatic structures of the alimentary tract, the tissues of the tonsils, the adenoid structures in the upper pharynx, and the solitary and agminated follicles of the small and large intestines are usually much enlarged.

Ambrose made his first campaign. In all instances the dilution should be considerable. The patient was convalescing from this, but died suddenly from pulmonary embolism, following thrombosis of the iliac vein, a not uncommon influenzal complication.

Instead of heating the child's system when the disease is commencing, let it take its own course. Should there be a cut, hollywood draw the lips of the wound together, wash away the blood stains, wind a bandage about the injured part; Home Treatment for Horses andCattle beginning below, wind upwards, then saturate and keep of Witch Hazel. In the United States there is a wide range of difference.

It too often happens, also, that none of these methods succeed. In the purulent effusion the fluid has a creamy consistency, particularly in tuberculosis. In the latter case, too, the growth sprouts from the neck of the tooth principally, where exostoses do not occur. This illustrious geometrician having been sent to America to measure several degrees of the meridian of Quito, found himself placed, from the nature of his operations, in the regions where these trees grow.



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