He should also inform the surgeon of the patient's condition and make suggestions for his safety or comfort. - that certain altera- as to admission tions be made in the electing of Members of the Council. AVhcn a preternatin-al growth of flesh has taken place, the object is to consume aiul break it with things that are not of a coupon corrosive nature. The little bath-rooms are furnished with bells, by means of which an voucher attendant can be summoned in case of necessity; otherwise the attendant returns at the appointed time at the end of the bath to remove the patient's clothes, to prevent their getting wet, and to turn on the hot douche.

Ellsworth Ei.iot, in the nii'dicine at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, medicine at the University of Berlin, Germany, in Lexington Av., a graduate in medicine at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, at Faii-field, N. Spiny points of new bone were developed around some of the articular surfaces, and in one vertebra the articular head was involved by the disease.

The patient says she was taken with diarrhoea; had quite a number of passages every day, but that they were attended with considerable pain, and accompanied with a moderate discharge of blood and mucus.

In one body, the right lung and inferior lobe of the left were throughout in a state of grey hepatization, whilst the upper lobe of the left lung was gorged with blood and frothy bronchial secretion.

Like the spring of a great river, its source was scarcely recognised; it might have passed by unnoticed and forgotten; but, as the distance increases from its source, the stream widens, till, like the great river before us, it becomes a mighty stream. In more advanced cases the animal is" hide-bound," and there is usually loss of condition; but cases are met with in which the general condition has been good, and on the animals being slaughtered for food, extensive lesions may be discovered. He was wrong in considering the pessary as an exclusive treatment, in opposition to and separate from all other plans, or parts of treatment. Strips of adhesive plaster were then applied over the calf, crossing like a jiair of suspended, and secured under the plantar arch; the edges of the wound brought together witli two stitches, the limli placed on an inclined plane, and the whole treatment continued thus, and completed with application of ice-cold water The iiftli day the jiatient rises on a cane, and the seventh, in a shoe with high counter, an initial bandage and woollen sock, attends to business and other duties, in his carriage, and is to-day able to walk with the help of a cane short distances.

Cox, a medical student, for some work on gastric dynamics.

In this way the whole remaining portion of the tes.ty. I now come to your second his (Mr. No code cardi.ic impulse was seen or felt.

How many glanders bacilli, dry but vital, could be found in a cubic yard of air in the most frightfully infected stable is a metaphysical puzzle It may be added that experimental attempts to produce glanders through aerial infection have never been successful. Hence the propriety of attending to her monitions; what the patient ardently desires will often be found to be the salutary medicine. In those cases where the human and the avian type were present the disease at the time of slaughter was found to be localised. In this type one should find the root of such a tooth fairly loose and the protective barrier well Nature has not had time to completely erect its defensive In surgery of any kind, if one could be sure that sharp curettement would result in the complete removal of infected tissue, its employment would be indicated, but when it results in incomplete removal and traumatic insult to Nature's defensive mechanism it is strongly contraindicated. The costly article, saffron, prescribed by the Pharmcuopaia to be used in preparing this tincture, is wholly absent from it. This method of proctoclysis, known as Harris drip, is far superior to the more complicated Murphy drip.

In River Lumber Company at Ferguson, S. It does not provide adequate drainage as it merely goes in between a few septa and does not sever them.


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