One of the cases died in a comatose condition, and an account of the necropsy is given (review).

Thus, at this time each dose is decided at each visit to the patient after careful examination and not by (to be published Conn.

Like every weak muscle, the enfeebled myocardium reacts to stimuli irritably and irregularly, and does its peculiar work imperfectly. Brit J Vener ADVISORY PANEL, SECTION ON DERMATOLOGY Chairman of CMA Section on Dermatology University of Southern California School of Medicine University of California, San Francisco Stanford University School of Medicine CMA Section on Dermatology, Secretary and CMA Section on Dermatology, Assistant Secretary University of California, San Diego University of California, Los Angeles Loma Linda University School of Medicine The Western Journal of Medicine new therapeutic agent is often marked by unexplainable paradoxes, l-dopa as a treatment for akinesia which developed in reserpinized animals dopamine levels are decreased in the caudate was significant but because of its short duration Barbeau at the time did not regard it as a major given intravenously produced a transient improvement in the akinesia of parkinsonism.

The aura of mystical knowledge and power of the physician in his healing art has somehow cloaked him with an undeserved omniscience.

If the personal enthusiasm does not exist, who shall evolve it for us? Have we not to exert ourselves each and all and keep up an enthusiastic interest in the welfare of the association? If we are to hand down to our followers as great a heritage of growth and expansion as we have received, must we not work a little harder? It is not sufficient to merely live up to the letter of the law and read a paper once in three years. In the treatment of skin diseases there has also been a great advance. It must be stated, however, that where on the first injection notch temperatures were obtained, the depressing effect was often absent on the second injection, perhaps suggesting immunity to the unable so far to obtain evidence that sensitization plays any important part in the causation of the long interval in typhoid fever between mfection and onset of high fever. These subjective symptoms were, as Preston remarks, accompanied by convulsions, contractures, loss of consciousness, and the like. It is requested that the answers be short, no one answer to contain more than si.v hundred words.

More dynamic information could be obtained by selective catheterization. The growth was removed by Whitehead's method, the section being made threequarters of an inch behind, and in healthy tissue. No attempt is made to clean the cow's udder, or the hands that milk, or only such attempts as render the matter worse ( The correct diagnosis was made in three of these cases before the operation. A vein is isolated, the blood is withdrawn, and then the vein is filled with the anesthetizing solution. If the infection has become mixed, the pure culture may be obtained by transferring a colony of gonococci from a mixed stroke culture upon the serum agar in a Petri dish to the slanting surface of blood-smeared Loeffler's medium in a test-tube. To his office, showed him my written report containing names and dates, and then said:"M., you will have to cut it out, or Gebhardt will All of the above is a plain statement of fact, and not a knock on any medical society, for I am a member of that society and hope to remain one. In view of this hitherto puzzling trouble affecting so large a portion of humanity, a recurrence to this subject seems justified; the idea being, to set forth the new theory somewhat more in To begin with, Fischer assumes, in persons prone to seasickness, an undue irritability of the pneumogastric nerve (vagotonia); and, further, this view, on its face, is supported by the favorable action of atropine in this condition. Moore, of London, the fetor very quickly disappeared after injections of antitoxin. The parasitic elements can be stained red by treating them in exactly the same than the violet stain for photographic purposes. That the papers of such a society, as ordinarily published in Medical Journals, and in a volume of"Transactions," reflect no particular credit on the Society, and that the"Transactions" are never seen by the larger class of practitioners, and seldom read by the Society's own members. Condition as before, but vomitiiig more frequent; hiccough; Stomach found distended as above, while small intestines were collapsed. Simple oophoritis and gonorrhceal invasion of the tube are iienefited by the galvanic current. The amount of catalase as determined by the oxygen evulved. Young lady residing back of the temple of Diana, afflicted with ardent fever, after the consul fcation, the venerable father of modern medicine came to the conclusion"they are many in name but few in practice, it is hard to disgrace a physician who is Is it not so of late years that a specialty seems inticing to the average young medical man as he emerges full fledged, fresh from his alma mater, inexperienced, entering a specialty in anticipation, that those engaged in the general practice will send him paironage ( Different patterns of continuing education by specialty are also reported and the attitudes of physicians toward continuing education are described.

If I understand the views of those who say medicines do not cure, they mean that nature cures, not the doctor, nor the medicines. The left nasal passage was large and roomy and covered with healthy mucous membrane. In all congestions and inflammations of the uterus, when the patient complains of s violent burning sensation, with nettlelike pains and a feeling of fulness as though the womb were pressing down toward the vulva, Its position in the treatment of fevers is between aconitine and arsenic. CRAMER, Alternate Hartford NORMAN H. Actually there is often a clue, in that, for a given degree of anemia, thalassemia minor usually has appreciably more morphologic distortion of the red cells, frequently w r ith targeting and stippling, than one finds in iron deficiency of the same degree.

There is a story of the old days of our Penal Laws against Popery which may perhaps find an application here. This is not the explanation of the late fermentation.


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