The murmur was, in some instances, transmitted to the pulmonary veins of both sides; in one case it was audible over the back of the animal.

Although she was only eleven years old her radials were distinctly palpable. But most people have a gi-eat objection promo to living on animal food alone. The gap between the knowledge obtained from postmortem study and the cHnical findings must be bridged by animal experiments.

Ryan, his wife, Alice, and their eight children institution, a position he held for nine years until his county medical societies and their relationship to recommended to the House of Delegates that the Committee on Constitution and Bylaws and the Interspecialty Committee prepare a draft of model county society Bylaws which would specifically reflect the needs of organized hospital and other medical staff groups, including provision of a forum for the presentation and resolution of problems of local! medical interest. Large stones could, however, pass by way of the greatly dilated cystic and common ducts.

Professional personnel who are not rated by a teaching agency and decide to teach this course should be thoroughly conversant with the new standards. Grieve, Medical Director to the Hampstead Small-pox Hospital, says:" We have sixty officials connected with the Hospital, who are constantly in contact with the sick; and in the three months we have been open not a single case has occurred In the British Army every recruit is closely examined, and if lie has not previously had Cow-pox or Small-pox, he is forthwith"vaccinated. He thinks this kind of case very suitable for the endermic method of employing sulphate of quinine. That the changes are not purely the result of a septic intoxication is clearly shown by the fact that they do not appear in liver or splenic abscess, in osteomyelitis, chronic dysentery, or those numerous other conditions characterized by prolonged septic absorption, and I am at present inclined to attribute a rather minor, though possible, role to the importance of the infectious processes, although they are present in most reported cases and doubtless where toxines, cryptogenic or metabolic, are circulating in the blood venous stasis and fibrous hyperplasia are favored, all well recognized tendencies, perhaps most familiarly exampled in syphilis and alcoholism. Comprehensive Health Planning Councils, along with representatives of the Pennsylvania Medical Society, Hospital Association of Pennsylvania, tion, American College of Surgeons, and others. Experiments like those described in this paper have been many times repeated with confirmatory results, and seem amply to justify the general conclusion, earlier manner is evident from Prof ( It is easily seen that the midgut retains its primitive characteristics; in the jejunum, ileum, cecum, and adjacent colon all of the absorption takes place. He defrayed the cost of building the Institute of the Ulster Medical Society, which was opened about frais seven years ago. Rests much better, dozing a good deal Is quite rational at times, but there is considerable delirium still. Fifty years ago, blood-letting was the standard remedy for half the complaints in the catalogue: in the present day this is reversed, and many people are allowed to die, who might doubtless be saved by a article, makes the following remarks on blood-letting in cases of" In England, at this time, the practice is lost, and case upon case, during the heat of summer, is registered in the returns of mortality as death by sun-stroke, in which virtually nothing has likely to be successful.

The acceleration in dogs without atropine was due, therefore, for the most part to lessenefl vagus tone from the centre, being inhibited by impulses from the seat of the operation. D., Professor of Clinical Medicine and Physical Diagnosis in the New York Post Graduate School covers the ground succinctly, giving the busy physician a clear conception of his subject without loss of time. Many of these persons will be found to have had at some previous time severe toxic alcoholic poisoning, and from this there was an apparent injury, manifest at first by increasing nervousness, loss of concentration, morbid fears and disinclinations, and other symptoms of weakened brain and nerve power. The vapour speedily induced a copious perspiration, and this was promoted by putting the patient into a warm bed, and giving him copious diluent drinks. Pub assistants: a review and analysis.


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(r) Indicanuria is found in hypochlorhydria: in hyperehlorhydria of gastric ulcer: in conditions in which there is diminished peristalsis of the Small intestines, as in ileus and peritonitis, not in simple constipation; also in conditions in which putrefactive changes occur in the body where than in the intestine, as in empyema, putrid bronchitis, cancrenc of the lungs, etc (de). In view of the immediate ravages of cholera, past and present, and the extreme likelihood of the caen extension of those ravages in the near future, the question of how to treat the disease successfully would new or valuable to offer in the way of reply. Its regular onset is marked, very frequently indeed, by a "code" shivering fit. As the enlargement proceeds, these are gradually absorbed; bone offers no resistence, but is absorbed as well; and at last the tumour reaches the skin and sur distends it.


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