Yet it is necessary that this great and useful segment of society should be fitly represented, and that its published organs should be worthy of its intelligence and We believe we may safely say, that the greater portion of the Medical Periodical Press of this country has for some years been distinguished for high and rare intellectual and moral qualities.

The external larger tumour gave the idea of a very large vein, with thin walls, distended with more than a slight trace during the evacuation of the bowels. Unfortunately, there are no all-encompassing answers to many of the problems that arose during the Persian Gulf War.

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The witness's further assertions that the present has failed, and that the study of bacteriology has done nothing have been considered by other speakers or So, too, after what has been said, it seems hardly necessary to refer again to his statements in regard to the antitoxin of dipiitheria, but it would really seem to be advisable for the witness to take some other than the Medical Brief ior his authority before making the statement that it is the carbolic acid in the diphtheria antitoxin that does the benefit, when this is a statement that he could have at any time known to be untrue so far as this khealth.or.kr State is concerned, by a carbolic acid has ever been used in such antitoxin, made either by the Boston Board of Health or the State Board. Its composi-i largely diluted three times a day.


All popular names have a similar indefiniteness. Although not very definite, they sometimes suffice to lead patients who have been repeatedly affected with intermittent fever, to anticipate an impending attack.

The opening was followed by the escape of a large quantity of semi-liquid feeces. Data are wanting for determining the proportion of radical cures, but they form a small minority. Local papers containing reports or news items should be marked. The Grecians, in particular, who attached so much importance to beauty of person, multiplied means to diminish corpulence, and Hippocrates in his numerous writings returns repeatedly to the subject. Lange stated that there had been a case reported to him, lately, by a country practitioner in Germany, but he was not certain whether it had been published in the medical journals, as the case was sent to him in pamphlet form. His surface was pallid, his pulse sm.dl and rapid, his respirations hurried; he was resdess, and large drops of sweat stood on his forehead. Tliere is a slit on one t'rminal part of the instrument a hook as well in seizing the pupillary border, the edge is cutting only close to the pomt, and the convex part of the hook, that might touch the capsule, is blunt. The collodion is to be applied once or twice daily by means of a brush.

Cell is tested by inserting one of the free tips in one of the branches of the bifurcated cord eliminated, as for instance, by tying it up in a knot. Ether was given for two hours and ten Dr.

In one hundred and eighty-seven cases reported by Confederate Surgeons, seven recovered. He would, therefore, before resorting to the methods proposed by Dr. The tumor is fluctuating and presents in some cases a lobulated surface.

The effect of this is the same, viz., to interfere altogether In some cases only one side of the body, or only the upper limbs, or only the lower ones are affected, or they may suffer alternately; but mostly there is symmetrical affection in both sides of the body. The newly-formed fibrous tissue resulting from parametritis and from pelvic peritonitis may compress the ureter. I mention this fact, in order to show how important is the honest labor of all in the pursuit of therapeutics. The new cells are generally considered to be the offspring of the pre-existing lymph-cells of the follicles, and the whole process is regarded as a hyperplasia of the lymphatic structures.


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