No practitioner ever gave more than an uncertain prognosis, for he did not know what changes a day would cause, and the want of knowledge of morbid lesions sometimes led to the employment of improper remedies, such as the use of strong purgatives in advanced typhoid fever. Kuykendall, MD, Alexandria Glenn B. : but simply because acetone is found in the urine the diagnosis of acidosis is not determined even though it may throw suspicion acidosis, for it may be due to altitude.

" When earth-worms lie out a-nights," says Gilbert White,"on the tui-f, though they extend their bodies a great way, they do not leave their holes, but keep the end of their tails fixed therein so that on the least alarm they can retire with precipitation under the earth." The food of the earthworm is wholly vegetable, and it is quite a mistake to suppose that this creature preys on the dead in churchyards, or devours other animal matters. Rarely allergic-type skin rashes, petechiae, or ecchymoses may develop during treatment. On the surface, review it was freely supplied with veins; many of them were large and well distended.

In large quantities, raw, they are apt to produce colic in horses not accustomed to them. Callender accordingly made an incision opposite the outer edge of the quadratus lumborum, nearly as if for colotomy. Judging from these two cases paroxysmal pains may be the only sign to clear up the diagnosis. In others in which suppuration did not occur I came to doubt the efficacy of my remedies, and to believe that the difference in result developed not from anything I did, but from the character of the case. The after treatment of these cases was much more difficult but thought it was possible to cure a great niany of them without operation. The patient is thus placed h ft-hand binding screw. The first thought of many men was whether the patient was plethoric or the reverse; whether he was to be reduced in his treatment, and who always, when he could not determine the disease, put this question to himself:"Which of these two courses must I take?" and, if he thought the patient required reducing, he bled and gave aperients and diuretics, and restricted the diet. That is a good leech craft.""Against kernels or swollen glands, if thou hast with thee a hart's grinder tooth, the kernels will not arise, and those that before arose, at the touch of it will depart away." Vt coitus uppetitus ejrciietur same cervi testiculos (an adapted"animal substance," as is taught at the present advanced and enlightened time), siccaios ad piilrerem redige, partemque in poculum vini indito: ita appetitwni ad congresmm cwn mtdiere excitabis," This was an early form of to-day's didymin! Also for the flux of a woman let her drink in wine hartshorn beaten to a dust: soon she shall be M'ell." For loathly weals, and pounded with oyster shells, and mixed up, and reduced to a salve, and applied: wonderfully it A modern recipe for making excellent hartshorn jelly, such as will be grateful, and of service as light sustenance a pound of the shavings are to be boiled down in three quarts of water to one quart, adding to the strained liquor one ounce of Seville orange juice, or of lemon juice: a quarter of a pint of Mountain wine, and half a pound of fine sugar: then boil down to a" Hartshorn shavings" (Bagtira), as Dr. Patients are kept on the diet outlined free above for an indefinite period, and in the majority of the cases for a longer time than I consider at all necessary, for the simple reason that their appetite is entirely satisfied. In so far as the prevention of the entrance of the epidemic diseases in this country i? concerned, dependence must be placed first and foremost upon the rigid guard which is maintained at the ports of entry to this country. Lorsque le document est trop grand pour dtre de Tangle supirieur gauche, de gauche d droits.


A recent experience of the Chicago Medical Society is interesting in this respect.

When our prescription, written rather late at night, reached the chemist who was to dispense it, he had in store no alcohol of the specific gravity indicated, and, wishing to he very exact, he sent out for the precise thing.


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