This organization operates a wide range of research and service programs, as well as being responsible for financial grants to nonfederal agencies for research and service. For, if properly treated during the early stage, you"will succeed in saving a large percentage of eyes; but if poultices are applied and pus is allowed to remain under the lids, the cornea mav be destroved in less astringent to be employed; some claim that nitrate than a week, and, as a matter of course, vision is lost satisfied Avith the effects produced by the alum solution, and I am sure it is a safer application for young children (

Besides, the distinctness of articulation is very subject to change, and makes a considerable difference in the carrying power of the voice. The general structure is much thicker and looser towards the cardiac end, and the whole organ has from one-third to one-half again the thickness of the small intestine. Of course, from what has been said in describing the origin of accumulations, we may expect "" occasionally to find them to contain hairs, pus, foreign bodies, etc. Above all, it is necessary, so far as England is concerned, that optimism should not be allowed to prevail as to the sanitary conditions in which our soldiers and sailors live, that careful investigation should be made and reforms instituted, in order that in the case of our own national forces it shall not be said that men are discharged in large numbers who subsequently become a burden on the community owing to their health having been permanently damaged while engaged in the country's service. The injection caused a little the case of a lady, who had taken for the relief of pain three drachms of Battlcy's liquor opii sedativus she had taken al)out three ounces and a half of the was totally unconscious, with pin hole pupils, an imperceptiiile pulse, and, what seems almost incredible, only three respirations in two minutes. I might go into an extended discussion of the causes why eight of Miles's cases died and the first four above mentioned recovered. The enlargement of the muscles denotes" false hypertrophy." The structural changes involve diminution of motor power proportionate to the compression and consequent atrophy of the muscular fibres. Owing to a want of a proper antagonism of the muscles, distortions of the feet and hands are common; the joints become loose, and often admit of ready dislocations. Certain symptoms of exophthalmic goitre, which are manifested by the muscular system, have led to the belief that in this disease a specific thyroid which alters the normal muscle tonus into a series of small contractions. In the progress of etiology, too, toxical agents causing coma may be discovered of which now nothing is known. As the name implies, the parasite is crescent-shaped, and in the concavity of the arch stretching between the horns is to be seen the remains of the red corpuscular host, altered somewhat in shape and colour.

Gull and Sutton regard renal cirrhosis as only one manifestation of a widespread affection of the whole arterial system, to which they give the name arterio-capillary fibrosis. Absorption cannot take place without more or less affecting the shape of the chest, for in by far the majority of cases, and in all cases where the effusion has been very considerable, the lung is either permanently condensed by the pressure, or bound clown by fi rm adhesions.

It is notoriously common among inebriates who are thrown into prison, and among those admitted into hospitals.

Large stellate cells, called Deiter's cells or spider-cells, are often present. In some cases, the perforation being quite small, the development of the peritonitis is gradual; it may be circumscribed under these circumstances. Board of Trustees in Knoxville. It is on this account that my remarks have assumed somewhat the character of a note of warning, and I do not wish them to appear in any way to detract from the merit of Dr.

And, insofar as the collecting companies are concerned, is directed in its tactical aspects toward perfecting liaison, communications, and cooperation with ambulance elements. A purgative, however, is necessary, and generally useful at the commencement of the disease, but it is not free from danger when great debility or The malignant sore throat is more sudden and dangerous during soTie seasons than in others, and will require the application of leeches to the throat, which may prevent gangrene. Careful training is absolutely necessary, that is to say, an intelligent grading of work without sudden violence, so as to develop the highest degree of efficiency and endurance without harm to any of the organs: - standards are likewise counted and calculations are made, based on the amount of radioactivity given. Muscular rheumatism here, as in other situations, differs from neuralgia in the limitation of pain to the affected muscles, in the diffusion of tenderness over a considerable space, namely, a space corresponding to the number of muscles affected, and in the fact that paroxysms of pain are excited exclusively by movements of the affected muscles. The Arabs, in his edition of von Gersdorff's handbook. The author of the paper then reviewed the literature of his subject, and found that although Curry used, and in a well-written book recoininended, the use of cold human l)ody, and was the first to j)lace its use upon a scientific basis, the antipyretic influence of cold water when applied to the surface of the body was recognized by C'clsus.


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