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This cavity contained about one and one half litres of purulent fluid of very fetid odor. Its muscular fibres were almost completely destroyed, and replaced by irregular yellowish masses, firm, and projecting ou the Burface. Probably the earliest secretory disturbance of the legit kidney is the occurrence of the more or less frequent night urination.

Naturally a large part of what is new is with rega.rd to the North American Indians, and a very complete account of their customs is the result. He suffered very little from pain considering that the process extensively involved the bony wall of the chest.

It is succinct, practical, and clear. By James Medicine, and of Physiological Psychology at the Cathedral College, New This book is remarkable for the number of pages it contains and the amount of confusion that overwhelms the reader after he has attempted to finish it. Moseley in Vienna will read witli ()leasure the above extract from a London letter to tl.e American have lieen offered and to have accepted the chair of Obstetrics in Hreshiu, formerly occupied by the late in connection with other symptoms of diseased kidney, is, in pregnant women, apt to be accompanied by convulsions, yet it is not always so. The subjects of these disturbances are arthritic, having already presented vague pains, neuralgias, arthropathies, and may have had manifestations of slight uremia with migraine or hemorrhages.

James Dewor, of Kirkcaldy, Scotland, for testing the efficacy of sulphurous acid gas as a disinfectant, results are shown which lead to the conviction, that diseases such as cholera in man, and rinderpest and pleuro-pneumonia in cattle, may not only be prevented, but much modified by this, hitherto considered, poisonous gas. The limit is, of course, largely arbitrary, depending as it does upon so many variable and varying factors. The appearance of the lung indicates clearly that the trouble was not tubercular. I have repeated a diagram, which I deaths from typhoid fever in that year, with another depicting the average monthly variations for the previous ten years, and I have added to them a third line to show the mortality from the fever in the several constancy of" the periodical distribution" of the zvmotic, and suggesting that this should alwavs be taken into consideration when estimating the efficacy of any particular measures which may have seemed iu some special instances to have successfully prevailed against the diseiise. In looking over some of the more recent literature on this topic, one cannot fail to be impressed with the generally favorable attitude of most of the writers to ward albumin milk, even though there are still some who are not fully convinced that it has any special value. The intestines and kidneys give evident signs of the same hydraulic action. This woman felt a pain in that locality during the whole of pregnancy. From diseased knee-joint from which pus was discharged by a fistulous opening. Reports an"Aneurism of the Aortic Arch" which ruptured into the oesophagus, causing Peyser reports a" Case of Shoulder Presentation," necessitating embryotomy, and which was followed by the death of the mother on the tenth day from peritonitis,"due probaably to the escape of the lochia through the THE ST.

Butter at twentyfive cents a pound represents a ration at the rate of about eighteen cents a day, with the same proviso, but it is a little better utilized by the body. To the rural practitioner is given an opportunity to enjoy and commune with nature; as he rides through wood and field in summer, he sees the various medicinal plants in bloom and recognizes them as old acquaintances; in the winter he enjoys the setting sun as it casts its shadows of red and blue over the artistically formed banks of snow which line the road, and extend far out in the wide spreading fields. Welch has had apparently good results in sepsis following labor and abortions. A very largely attended and enthusiastic meeting of served at Community House: coupons. Acetate of lead is but rarely applied, although it is probably of the greatest use under such circumstances. CARSWELL, Augusta, recently spoke to the Smyrna Baptist Brotherhood Association. And just here, if I may be pardoned the mention, I will venture to claim that I was one of the first in the field to call attention to this important fact from which Metchnikoff has gained so much honor. " From the consideration of these tables, therefore, I would say, in conclusion, that, notwithstanding our expectations based on the good etf'ect of the salicyl compounds in several of tiie marked features of rheumatic fever, there is no evidence, so far as hospital statistics are concerned, to show tliat the inlroductioii of the salicylate treatment has led to any diminution in the amount of cardiac conii)lication in acute rheumatism." In his concluding remarks at the final discussion of" Now, however an individual might liave been led away by preconceived notions, there is uo reason why those who follow, and who look only at the results, should be so led away, and it is remarkable how the concensus of opinion tends in one direction; and I hold that the questions which I ventured to hope might receive some sort of answer l)y means of this discussion are really effectually answered, although, perhaps, no one has specially addressed himself to them.

AN IMPORTANT CHAPTER IN ORAL SEPSIS. "When the uterus is emptied, if no puerperal complication arises, the subsidence of the oedema and then of the circulatory phenomena quickly proceeds.

Atropine is a sedative and tends to alleviate the pain; heat in general will diminish pain; a good way is to immerse the eye in a cup full of hot water and then apply dry hot cloths or cotton wool. The authors maintain that this process is not much liable to error, either by acids in the urine, by urea, hippuric acid, kreatin, sugar, or albumen, or even by the urinary pigments.


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