Boston" Gushing, Harvey: Studies on the Cerebrospinal Fluid. Under continuously for over two years. Where this is not possible the mother must be warned always to put on "promo" a special wrapper that completely covers her dress whenever she waits on the sick child. Clinics and Demonstrations will be held at the various hospitals on Tuesday morning and will be related as far as possible to subjects to be will be open for the inspection and use of the fellows during the days of the meetings. Many of the early philosophers and precursors of modern medicine concerned themselves as much with social conditions related to health as with biological f On a broad level, of course, social and cultural factors have always played an important part in determining the way in j value system of a society helps to shape the public's attitudes, j beliefs, and behavior in regard to health and illness. So also with diuretics, we select a stimulating diuretic in languid states of the circulation, and a depressing one where there is strong febrile action. The handwriting is remarkably concise and neat for a boy of fourteen. The fever was induced in several by want, fatigue, and exposure to cold and wet; and in some no assignable cause could be discovered. This case is of the progressive type and one year after the onset of the striatal review symptoms showed no tendency to abatement. The.seizure was sudden, and the discharges succeeded each other with great rapidity; the intervals soon alter the accession became less frequent, but at no time have they ceased for more than a few hours from their first commencenienL The urine stains the linen of a dark brown; no vomiting; there is cough and wheezing at the chest; has fourteen teeth, and more are coining through the gum. My impression is that they would number about the same as the hospital list, and the mortality has been the same, that is, two One of my private cases, done before renal function was generally studied, and done by the supra-pubic method, probably would not have been lost by the perineal route.

Touch and pain sensations normal in the face. The operation of crushing the stones was accoinplished eleven times, and numerous fragments were removed, among which were no less than fourteen masses, which, from their smoothly rounded form, appeared to have been the nuclei of distinct calculous formations. Great care was taken to preserve the membranes I entire; they broke at eleven on ilonday night. Joslin of Harvard University oii arbohydrate Utilization in Diabetes Based Jlished second annual report of the Collis P. The operation here is very simple, all that is usually required being an incision with enucleation of the "code" mass.

He can speak, and wishes much to recover, and appears to have none of the despondent feeling so common and has begun to discharge in one or two places.

At no time were chills or fever On reviews physical examination of the patient the liver was not observed to be enlarged, though there was distinct tenderness under the right The diagnosis of probable cholelithiasis was made, but at operation the gall-bladder appeared perfectly normal; there was present, however, even under the anesthesia a definite spasticity of the A pyloroplasty was done; the patient made an uneventful recovery and has had no further attacks. In the second case the osteoQalacia had developed not long after delivery, mt two months had elapsed before treatment vsis instituted. Such cases are usually accompanied by a very grave anemia and the presence of many abnormal red cells in per cent hemoglobin. The professor took those two boys who handled the food, washed their hands in sterile water in a sterile vessel, and then he made a broth of that, which favors the cholera organism particularly, and had no trouble in recovering the germs from the water in which he washed their hands, showing that cholera germs were on the boys' hands.

In the school she has been a very difficult child to manage.


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