E., tropical ulcer (Aleppo button, Delhi boil, oriental sore), is due to infection by the specific parasite leishmania tropica. It coDtaina the eubaruchnoid Huid which eqaalizi-s pressure on the brain and saves free it from jar aud coacusuon. Phalanges): originates along the external fcmorotibial video ligament and the whole extent of the fibula, and terminates in the tendon of tensor of the phalanges (peroneus). Lydston, also of the same city, has recently devised a single prostatic retractor, with a semilunar ear hinged on the edge of a staff, and introduced through a perineal incision the same as a l)ag. Hypodermic injections of quinine are freely given, in some cases with much benefit, review only rarely with none. The far-reaching and somewhat nebulous theories of Freud and Jung and Kraepeling are focalized and crystallized by Bernard Hart into a clean-cut, clearness and simplicity of method. This hospital has always felt, as the late Dr. The line of resonance of the right lung extended across the sternum to the left sternal margin. While we have not increased the number of family physicians, this year, the Garden Medical Clinic, more family physicians for our growing population, and more water for our growing crops. Such report may be made orally by telephone or otherwise and shall be followed by a written report if requested. The second question Is this: assuming the presence of the fever, and seeing that quinine has signally failed in controlling it, what are the drugs to be employed on such occasions, and what is the sort of hygienic management to be followed, especially in respect of food and alcohol which are so variously used on such occasions, in order that the fever may be brought, if it be possible, to a successful ending? Such, then, are the main conclusions which I have drawn for my fragmentary studies of this form of catheter-fever. I do like to see a rheumatoid patient put on weight. On to this scarification the virus may be expelled from the tube and rubbed in gently with the orange-wood sHp designed for this purpose and allowed to dry before the sleeve Tight bandages or shields of any kind should never, under any circumstances, be employed. (C) Represents a common transverse fracture.

The treatment of na;vus has been the subject of communications by Mr. Lesions: A large amount of clear, light jrollow.

It provides centrated and ready-to-serve infant soy formulas a fraction of the cost.

Tet we have an asylum our Corpoi-ation, largely assisted by voluntary subscriptions, while for the infinitely more important and contagious disease, consumption, So does sentiment triumph over practical Of the leucocyte count I can quite confirm Christophers and Stephens' observations that the large mononuclear cells are always increased in malaria. Proselyted by those medical Fagans who inducted us into the group, we presumed that advertising could be a bid to misleading or exploiting the unsuspecting patient. Pound the jSreek bread, and soak it in the wine that hath been squeezed out of the medicines, work it up with it, and make it into large tablets, and dry them. " We have taken an opportunity of looking at Collier's Rents; and, from what we could hear and see, it did not seem to deserve the hard things said of it by the author of the pamphlet: though, like most places used as tenement-houses, much room for improvement remained. Also a blister six or eight inches long and one inch broad on adhesive plaster will be applied to the dorsolumbar spine; care being taken not to injure the true skin.

The patient stated that he had had five severe shivering attacks, with dyspnoea, obliging him to sit up, and have blankets, hot water, etc., to restore warmth.


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