It is one of the most certain diuretics in dropsical cases, and expectorants in asthmatical ones, where the lungs or stomach are oppressed by tough viscid phlegm, or injured by the imprudent use of opiates. Nitrogenous, the condition of the system in which the amount of nitrogen in the matter discharged from the body exactly equals the amount taken in. "A When a Chinaman, pointing to his small footed wife, hobbling about, declares that" God's plan for woman is a small foot and hobbling gait," it is not surprising, because he is a"Heathen Chinee." But when our women squeeze the lower and larger part of their lungs down to two-thirds of their natural size, and one-third their natural action, and then breathe with a heaving motion of the upper part of the chest; for a civilized man to point to that performance, and say that it is" God's plan," is too bad. Has slept nearly all day; has spoken; appears to be o'clock, with eyes half-closed; and so sound asleep that I could not awake her, although calling her in a loud voice; with easy breathing, her hands cold, though under the covering; pulse reduced very much in force; has taken barley-water four or five times, in the course of the day. The alkaline treatment is to be used after meals so as to neutralize any formation of acid, and to excite a freer secretion of gastric juice; the tonics to enable the stomach and bowels below to perform completely their functions. As here employed, the term does not mean cessation or interruption of voluntary motion, which, on the contrary, persists; but it is intended to designate both the imperfection of the movements, which results from the interference of the tremors, and also the impaired strength and the slowness of muscular action, which are usually observed in the tremulous parts. Associate-Professor of Medicine, Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., and Formerly Deputy-Superintendent of the Durham County Asylum (Eng.). The law seems to be that the endemic is a degenerate scion of the epidemic family. The cells are variable in shape and size the smaller ones occasionally possessing fine prolongations which are continuous with those of adjoining cells.

There are some micro-organisms whose effects appear to be most severe when they attack the brain, and the bacillus of influenza, the pneumococcus and the streptococcus of erysipelas have proved unconquerable when the usual physical symptoms have been complicated by delirium ( Have the researches of Blondlot, Bernard, Lehmann, and a host of others, on stomach-digestion; the investigations of Leuchs, the saliva digests starch, the gastric juice the albuminoids, the pancreatic juice, with the aid of the bile and the intestinal juice, the fats, had been verified bj exact observations, it would have been easy to locate digestive disturbances and to apply the proper physiological remedies. Suppurating hydatids have a marked tendency to rupture, or rather to open into neighbouring cavities; the symptoms, under these circumstances, vary with the direction of the rupture, whether into a bronchus, the bowel, the peritoneum, the pericardium, the Physical signs.

Abell, Antwerp, Jefferson County; Albert A.

The micrococci finally may divide in such a manner as to form an irregular mass. It is rarely abundant enough to produce a distension and prominence of which"at an early period of the complaint, there was observed a remarkable prominence of the anterior fontanelle; in the second week this increased considerably; and in the third week it was elevated into a distinct circumscribed tumour, which was soft and fluctuating, and pressure upon it occasioned convulsion.

" of the Eighth Pair of Nerves. This being in the very spot to which he had always referred the pain, we had little doubt that we had there discovered its cause.

It is employed "" in the treatment of fractures, wounds, etc. Upon these grounds, therefore, the primary division is made into diseases of"general" distribution, or of undetermined locality, and"partial" diseases, or those having a recognised pathological anatomy.

It contains dietetic management of diarrhea in enteritis. Colvin, Sr., but had occasionally reminders of his old trouble in the way of pain referable to this same region.

Still this opportunity may fail and diagnosis be impossible without seclusion. - disease but no sleep symptoms, were followed; more than half of them nine months; the majority have died in about a year's time; one case no evident signs of disease, have been kept under observation. It is iuYtherraore possible that the foetus in utero may become infected from its tubercular mother. Of service in conditions ranging from steatorrhoea to diabetes and in diabetes the ferments themselves are of no use.


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