As regards treatment, as I have ah-eady told you, the best local apjiUcation is a strong solution of the acetate of lead.

Even a brief citation of these would swell this article far beyond all limits, nor in view of Bleuler's article is it necessary; but as they show several points of importance, a close summary is required. The winter season, for obvious reasons, adds to the number of cases when the disease exists in epidemic Or endemic form. Inferences from such data will do much harm if they suggest a relaxation of effort.

LonT note on the metre angle in latent and manifest muscular deviations, lA.; on the Immediate effect of tenotoinv on the concoinltancy of a squint.

Such an ending of the disease also occurs in atypical varieties, such as are due to other organisms than the pneumococcus, or those in which there is mixed infection. It was only by tormenting him with a persistence which would finally have been misplaced but for the support of Madame Charcot,, that we at last obtained the lectures on"Hysteria and Hystero-Epilepsy," which terminate this volume. I have previously presented several papers on this subject.

The inner surface of the labia was covered by small tubercles, each being about the size of a split pea, and seated immediately under the mucous parts were amputated; the haemorrhage was profuse, but was arrested by the application of five ligatures; a catheter was introduced, and retained in the bladder for several days. " Whenever the patient becomes restless, and the approach of an attack is thereby recognised, or as soon as the tirst contractions commence, chloroform is be at once administered after each attack per enema; this is repeated after each attack, and we are not afraid of giving as much as three drachms of this drug per day, and even more." morphine, and remarks," further observations must show whether the morphine treatment will permanently displace that by chloral I In the treatment of extrauterine pregnancy the advice given is distinctly behind the present s'ate of our knowledge. One specimen of this type showed an enormous enlargement of the kidney to which the thickened capsule was densely adherent. Moreover, there are no lymph spaces round the glomerulus. The depth of yellow color set in the sugar depends largely upon the strength of the tin chloride solution. - so extensive has the literature about Matas become that, as you see, among the followers there of necessity arose even a language and terminology exclusive to the cult, And during this Northern visit of our guest we propose a lame pun to add to this exclusive terminology; we refer to a desire for a Mata stasis of Matasism. He was seen by his attending physician. Even under good sanitary conditions, and with disinfection, flies may carry infection, for it is often noted that certain typhoid fever patients attract flies, and it may be possible for them to pick up some bacilli, which are carried and infect food.

Ulster, annual medical staff on the board of management of, Great Northern Central, reform of abuses Grimsby and district, reorganisation of. Of which The second letter on Medical Nomenclature is not possessed of sufficient interest for our pages. These last symptoms are fortunately rather rare, and are due, probably, to serious brain complications which will be touched Influenza seems capable of exciting most forms of disease of the nervous system. Every ovariotomist has met with such painful episodes in his practice. The daily loss in nitrogen on a diet adequate to protect a resting disamidating capacity, as shown by the ratio of urea nitrogen to total nitrogen, is comparable to that of a normal subject. Forest divides cases of asphyxia neonatorum into two classes: (I) Those that can be resuscitated by simple measures that excite reflex action; tlirough artificial respiration.


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