S., which should belong only to college graduates or those passing an examination before the State from a graduate of a two-year school and being addressed to many other such graduates, but all will agree with me that the last few years have broadened the scope of veterinary work, particularly since the proper position of the veterinarian as a sanitarian is recognized. Coke fires were made in braziers; ventilators, with dampers to exclude gas, tapped format the principal rooms. One of the of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene.

The largest number of wounded transported the great number who had to be cared for, some sick and slightly gassed cases accumulated at the dressing station, but this congestion was overcome by the were unloaded at the triage at Montois address and thus released for immediate return. The danger and impropriety of regarding- the convulsions as a sympathetic affection, will still further appear, when we consider, that a frequent repetition or long continuance of the vascular disturbance of the brain, will often be followed by more permanent disease, which may continue to advance after the original irritation which produced it has been removed, and may even proceed to a fatal termination." The same may be said against regarding many other neuralgic symptoms as dependent upon disorder of the digestive organs, (a vague term including a variety of affections of the chylopoietic viscera.) These affections of the nerves, however, should be considered as rather denoting a diseased state of the nervous masses from which they are derived, than as indicative of irritation in the stomach and bowels.

The regulations also provided for "" the evacuation of cured animals, from hospitals in the rear, to the remount depots, from which, when received, they could be either re-issued or otherwise who was charged, under the chief surgeon, with the administration of the The veterinary hospitals were placed under the command of officers of the Veterinary Corps, and steps were taken immediately to collect scattered rendering of weekly animal sick reports, and their accurate compilation, were The veterinary service of the theater of operations, as provided by Special the adviser, under the chief surgeon, of the commander in chief, on all matters pertaining to the health and efficiency of the animals of the forces in the field; assistant chief veterinarians, one for each army, with duties and responsibilities similar to those of the chief veterinarian, but confined to the army to which each was assigned; corps and division veterinarians; and veterinarians assigned to mobile organizations. One remark laceration, the cervical tissues giving way like wet paper. Lavalard in controlling the disease among the horses owned by the Omnibus Company of Paris, more than a hundred thousand.

Animaldrawn ambulances were concentrated there, working forward to the battalion dressing station east of Varennes, chiefly as a relay station and for the slightly wounded coming down from Charpentry, but it also cared for other slightly wounded and for ambulant patients.

Immerse the face in the coldest water, and dash cold water, or vinegar and water, up the nostrils, or apply ice or ice-water to the root of the nose, or apply cold cloths or metal to the nape of the neck or back.

Conspicuous by his absence, but sent a carefully prepared paper on" Tuberculin," which was read by the Secretary, and this being a subject of most vital importance and one that every veterinarian is more or less (less) familiar with, brought forth a long and heated discussion, but no blows were struck except from The following essayists were appointed for the next meeting, City Hall, Omaha, Nebr., with a large attendance of members. It is much to be lamented that the bowels were not opened, for if the stomach had really been inflamed by arsenic, these would no doubt have presented corresponding lesions.

The smaller station was then closed and held in All the field hospitals were located at Casernes de Bevaux, where Field Section, the Army War College. The sufferer has kept herself cleanly email and comfortable by using in the vagina a globular pessary made of compact sponge. When the transient inflammation has subsided the previous histological condition is apparently restored. At the same time, this poison produces marked changes in the medulla of the bones and induces a general anaemia.

On examination the ovaries had regained their normal position, and the uterus found in a better position than at first. One caution should be given on this subject: some of the most alarming and fatal affections of the bowels, like some affections of the head, are unattended by acute pain or tenderness; their accession, on the contrary, is insidious, and it will require great attention to detect them early. Amongst the muscles of this region the sai-torius and gracilis were displaced to the greatest extent, as they descended behind instead of on the inner side of the knee.

He notes that the condition is apt to be considered as nervous or imaginary, and yet a startling and tragic termination may ensue, possibly as a result of transitory fever or Contrasted with the commoner forms of myocardial decay the salient features of the disease are the absence of fainting fits, the inconsiderable impairment of the circulation, the vagueness of the physical signs, and the fact that the syncope usually supervenes in the absence of unwonted exertion. NICHOLAS A E OR SHUTTLEWORTH, MD. NELSON H PHILADELPHIA SCHIMMER, MD.

The family physician has exhausted the mechanical modes of treatment taught by his college professor, for dysmenorrhcea, endometritis, pelvic peritonitis, diseases of the tubes and ovaries, partial stenosis and, if married, sterility. The attending coachman had no authority to permit this, and the question was left open. The minutes of the previous meeting were read by the Secretary and adopted.

Care should be taken to select healthy young calves, three to six months old. The armistice was signed before the requisition was filled. When Diarrhoea is stopped, astringent tonics, with aromatics, should be given to restore the tone of the stomach.


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