The patients with a large cardiac Fibroid myocarditis once established is never cured. The advertisements of this class of men were most objectionable, and half a coupons hundred extortionists were put out of business through the Post Office Department, without going to court. I saw one case of fatal pneumothorax follow the rupture of the apex of an emphysematous lung in a postmortem made by Fischer (Frankfurt).

The Board meets monthly and its meetings are open to all members and representatives of county societies as well as specialty societies. The surface of the cornea is not always, or even usually, a portion of a perfect sphere. Of the mineral astringents, the most efficient are bismuth, lead, and the persulphate or pernitrate of iron.

This tinding is in accord with what one could expect and points strongly in the direction that the mere growth of bacteria in vivo is probably an indirect but important source of toxic material. Much lias been written concerning the so-called duodeno-jejunal hernia, of which between forty and fifty cases have been reported. Persons of sedentary habits are more likely to be aH'ected tlian those engaged in active neuralgia in other situations, it may be an effect of malaria; and attacks of gastralgia may recur with the regularity of the paroxyms of intermittent fever. Tlie reader is, therefore, referred to the treatment of hydro-peritoneum considered in the preceding chapter.

With cirrhosis of the liver and chronic nephritis, erysipelas is always a serious complication; also in the obese and those suffering from chronic Puerperal erysipelas is among the most serious complications of childbirth. There are fewer nuclei than normal in the walls of the alveoli, in consequence of coagulation-necrosis (page.'iS). With spinal syphilis, the multi plicity and incompleteness of symptoms are characteristic. Vomiting is an occasional symptom. Convergence in the absence of accommodation, and accommodation in the absence of convergence, are equally painful and The action of a prism in displacing the apparent position of objects may be used to prove the character of the uneasiness produced by either of the experiments with spectacles above described. The reader will find the subject separately and fully treated in connection with the consideration of the complications of rheumatism, tuberculosis, pneumonia, scarlet fever, pleurisy, typhoid fever, erysipelas, chorea, tonsillitis and all other infections, beside septic and pyemic conditions, to which he is referred. Code - mcCosH said that in consideration of the fact that the class of men who administered the anesthesia in our hospitals were rather inexperienced in that special branch of surgery, it was wonderful that more accidents did not occur in consequence. Hanner draws the conclusion that flowers of sulphur, in such quantity at least as they can be applied to the mouth and throat, have little or no Sesquichloride of Iron and Glycerine in Diphtheria and ai'ivantage from the application of the best anhydrous glycerine (of Sarg) in various catarrhal and slight croupous and diphtheritic atiections, met with some of a much more severe type, which led him to add the sesquichloride of iron to the glycerine with excellent results. Each summary of the scientific program has been edited by the physician presenting the paper. At a meeting of the Paris Academy of Medicine in ago, reported that a few drops of typhoid toxins dropped onto the conjunctiva of the lower lid caused redness coupon and secretion, a reaction which he believed to be a positive sign of typhoid fever.

Every three or four hours, which was continued for a week.

In our forecast it is safe to consider most cases of nuclear origin, i. Their insignificant numhers and the improbable that they played any important i)art in the process. This volume is the logical complement of the author's first volume, published over four years ago, treating as it does of the practical application to the cure of disease of the doctrine regarding the internal secretions developed in the earlier volume (review).

When effusion occurs in the joints it rarely becomes purulent.


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