There are said to have been some twenty odd deaths in atm AYinnipeg alone; several have occurred in Toronto; two or three in Hamilton, and other places.

None of the symptoms were very severe, but combined they nearly deprived the patient of the power of working. Imith of Edinburgh have proposed a mixture of a proto- and a perJt of iron combined with an alkaliue carbonate, as an antidote for roflsic acid; and from the experiments performed with it, its use Bcture of muriate of iron; and dissolve in another vessel gr: There Avas a tendency to sickness and retching, but no actual vomiting, and he showed signs of commencing peritoneal infection. Received, three years before, a blow on his right ear from the butt of a musket. These spasmodic attacks of intense itching are very similar to those seen in bad cases of pruritus ani. In many instances the pupils are unequal, irregular, sluggish, sometimes large. Becomes engaged in the ureter, it may also come on when the stones are in the pelvis.

Clinic Common duct, obstruction of the, depending upon Crocker, John M.

The voice was evidently masculine, the beard abundant, and the breasts flat. Even the comparatively slight elevation of temperature that occurs in certain fevers is sufficient to produce the death of protoplasm in many of the living cells of the body. Soon the respiratory efforts become violent, all the accessory muscles are brought into play, and in a few minutes the patient is in a paroxysm of the most intense dyspnoea. The disease, however, often begins with trivial haemorrhage, and in these cases injection of blood serum is indicated.

Tea, coffee, tobacco, alcohol, and various drugs like hemlock and henbane, are common causes of the disease.

This method was first proposed by Falieres, afterwards modified by Jaquemin and Ritter, and still later by Fordos. It has a most agreeable odour and taste, and is highly nutritious. The examination for bacilli should be made systematically, and in suspicious cases intraperitoneal injections of guinea-pigs should also be made. Professor Bergmann's general conclusion, then, from his extended experience, is that the specific influence of tlie fluid on tuhercular conditions is thoroughly vjell established. He emphasises the great importance of" the X-ray findings in determining the choice of the route for approaching the hypophysis.

Blank application forms and other information upon request. To wound any of these parts endangers the success of the operation. In some cases there are recurring attacks of acute Anatomically the lung is ansemic, heavy, sodden, pits on pressure, and on section a large quantity of clear or blood-tinged serum flows out. Driver thought it not advisable to try it in this case. These instruments, in the progress of their development have met many difficulties, and have been greatly improved in the twenty years since Xitze, of Berlin, first put forth his The main advantages of the Preston over any yet devised are that it has a practically cold lamp, permits of the air dilata tion in preference to water, and gives two views of the bladder wall never obtained in any previous instrument, namely, a direct natural view of the wall, and also this view magnified sixteen diameters: After a paroxysm, examination of the stools during the period of a week will sometimes be rewarded by the discovery of calculi. It has been found that whereas, in former times, the freshmen were the liealthiest, and evidence of deterioration in strength was seen in increasing sicknesses and irregularity of attendance in the successive years, till the men of the fourth year were the sickliest, the conditions liave now become completely reversed. There was only serous oozing while the tamponade was in place and none after its removal. The state of the mucous membrane of the tongue, as seen in bad cases or in late stages of the disease, is certainly" irritable and defenceless," but it is allowed to be only of a secondary nature, and is but what is usually seen in similar conditions of malnutrition, the result of The only records of laboratory work I know of in connexion with finding: out something about the organisms found in the motions are also the work of Dr Thiu. Accord Hayden's Viburnum Compound a trial in your next dysmenorrheal patient, and you will be convinced: nika.


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