While it is rather late to notice the action of the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce relative to the recommendationof the Secretary of the Treasury to Congress in regard to the closing of a large number of the national marine liospitals, the course taken by this body early in Feljruary is so commendable that it is here given and most fully endorsed. Sabatowski tried the test in seventy-eight patients suft'ering from various diseases, and published his results in the Wiener klinische Wochenschrift of diet free from carbohydrates for twenty-four hours.

The lit commences with dimness of sight, leading to total blindness of the formications, but the right half of the tongue became numb, as well as the parts supplied by the sensory division of the nerve and pharyngeal plexus. Cold sponge baths of two minutes duration were ordered daily on rising, and associated conditions, catarrh, otitis, etc., were given special attention. After radium treatment the local effects are very striking; the bleeding diminishes and disappears and the offensive discharge is checked and becomes odorless. The rank and file of the National Guard has been kept a little above the minimum peace strength prescribed, which is about fifty per cent, of the war strength of the several units.

He did not tell the patient what medicine he was receiving, and gave every dose himself as far as possible, to be sure that instructions were being carried out and to prevent self-drugging, which was very prone to develop in this class of patients. Sir: The Governor having completed the signing of bills it may be of interest to note what measures relating to the practice of medicine or surgery have become laws. I invite the most free discussion on this interesting subject. After noticing the great discrepancy of opinion and statements on this point, he gives an account of listening to the sounds of the heart under varied conditions, and lastly in examining the electrical condition during its systole. He called particular attention to the danger in books handled by the sick with scarlet fever, for in them the contagious element remained a long time. In a third case he endeavored to utilize the principles of modern arterial surgery. CRITTENTON CO., NEWER MATERIA MEDICA. Our author has been vigorously attacked by some of his medical brethren for the supposed inconsistencies between his theory and his practice; but he ably defends himself on the plea that his department is no more of a positive and fixed science than any other portion of the practice of medicine; that it is always progressive and liable to change, as fuither experience and research show the groundlessness of our theories or the errors of our practice. What are the Vichy waters good for? is the heading to the seventh chapter; we will dwell a little upon this part of the work, as it is the portion of most interest to It must be remembered that all the waters are strongly alkaline from bicarbonate of soda, in fact, with the exception of two or three springs, more alkaline than any other known sources in Europe; this alkaline condition must therefore exert considerable influence on their therapeutic virtues: another element which is found tn several of the The question of the influence of the temperature of mineral waters being of some considerable importance, we shall make a short digression in order to discuss it. When hemorrhage has taken place from this last source, in all the cases which have been recorded, the loss of blood has been so rapid and profuse, that no time has been allowed for it to become encysted, and immediate death has been the The distinction between encysted hematocele and non-encysted extravasation lies less in any diversity of causes or sources of haemorrhage than in the slowness or rapidity of the bleeding, from whatever source it comes. In none of the sections examined are any tumor cells found in the lung tissue. Which the patient went to another hospital after examination.

Both the appendix and the cyst were removed and the stomach trouble subsequently disappeared altogether. The service and cuisine are the same throughout the building, but the cost of a bed, board and general per week, according to location.

The conclusion reached was that probably phthisis will be recognized in the immense majority of cases as caused without the necessity of any break of its surface. What most writers mean to convey by it is that the individual who has the disease resembles a paretic, but that some of the cardinal features are lacking. These were followed by the cation of the system of Sauvages. And the Department of Medical Physics and Biophysics That s right. The younger men of the profession are prone to use the laboratory when it is neither necesary or expedient. Indeed, the members of this group of bacteria are not particularly numerous in proportion to the other types of bacteria in the carefully prepared pabulum of childhood. When the kidneys are chronically affected, and especially in cases of chronic interstitial nephritis, its elimination does not occur in the normal ratio, and it accumulates to a greater or less extent in the system.

It was impossible to tell, at this point, how far the calculus extended posteriorly, or to ascertain its shape or size. When I first saw her she declared the number had reached two hundred and nineteen and that she would not be treated until she had had revenge on five hundred men" In a community where the most elementary rules of justice prevailed facilities would exist to enable this woman to obtain damages from the man who had injured her or even to secure his conviction to a term of imprisonment. If the physician wishes to obtain a perfect technical development, if he desires to keep in touch with the progressive ideas that are so much in evidence in all of:he other professions, if he intends to be f am liar with, and master the methods and principles of medicine kmd surgery, and if he expects to be able to think and to grasp complicated ideas, to be a leading citizen and a scientific physican. It may also be a sequel of scarlet fever, diphtheria, typhoid fever, smallpox, pneumonia, and a complication of tuberculosis. Abdominal distention then returned and with it intense pain over the bladder and very severe constipation. Next to the so-called private house, apartments gave the next Next to the apartment cases comes the tenement group.


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