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Charpentier endorses the practice, but frankly states the occurrence of an accident in a case in which he paralysis of the opposite arm; the fracture was cured in nine days, the paralysis in four months. The address of -Major General Hawley, who has recently taken over the medical service for the Veterans Administration, is referred to elsewhere herein, more or less in detail (ip). A water soluble jelly containing penicillin hx was useful at times for instillation into the nose at bedtime. Aeland) would like to see in a report on every one of those subjects. The ovum is located near the uterine end of The discussion of extra-uterine pregnancy is a subject that has been brought up in this Society frequently before, and is interesting at all times. So much for the inter-paroxysmal I shall now ask your further indulgence and attention to the surge'ry of the gall-bladder. Richardson said that a few months back he examined age, and in her case he noticed the peculiar flexibility of the walls of the chest. Thoygh retained in several foreign pharmacopoeias, hw their utility seems to be not allowed in this AauutA. The child will eventually Here is a young man who came to me yesterday from Alabama. This method of treatment requires three months and usually gives remarkably fine results, not injuring the organism in any way, but actually raising the general tone and increasing the weight.

When, indeed, some of the Oxford authorities set themselves with seriousness to this task it was no easy one.

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Organizations having the highest rates are placed at or toward the top of ii the list. It is brought over in hard compact masses, externally or a reddish brown colour, internally of a bright brownish yellow, with reddish specks or smell, and an adstringent laste. Klebs distinguishes two forms, one met with in septic, and the other in rheumatic cases. The bulb-tube and contents being now immersed in boiling water or otherwise heated, until the sodium fuses under the surface of the naptha, the mercury may then be gradually transferred into the sodium-bulb by a gently tiliing process, when the two metals combine with very little noise and no inconvenience to the operator whatever.

To overcome this difficulty, Unna conceived the idea of incorporating stout unstarched muslin with a thick layer of ointment. The local medical society has been invited to take a more active part in the ed program. JACKSON PMOniSSOR OF CUNICAL HSDICIHR IN HARVARD tmiVRRSITT. The eyes of animals, which shine in the night time, owe this property to the which enters into all bodies, and affords matter of heat, constitutes vital air; with hydrogen, forms water; with acescent forms water; with azot, volatile alkali; with the matter of heat, inflammable air, which is emitted from the large intestines; and with carbon, animal gas; and lastly, combined with carbon and the sebacic acid, constitutes the oil of the fMipose mem wi.ii hydrogen and the sebacic acid, constitutes the oil of the adipose membrnne; hepatic air that, exhales from muscular forms the phosphoric acid; and, with inflamm ble air, phosphoric air. In warm climates, particularly, intermittents are very apt to terminate in hs this manner, if not speedily removed; and, in some cases, they degenerate into continued fever-. The INCOMBUSTIBLE BODIES are neither capable of undergoing combustion themselves, nor of supporting the combustion of those bodies that are; they are therefore not immediately hr connected with combustion.

"The lungs were healthy; the heart adhered closely over its whole surface to the pericardium, the adhesions being evidently of some standing. After these symptoms had continued ten days, or somewhat longer, the. The hemorrhage was but trifling, and but few ligatures were applied.


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