All other centrifugally conducting paths were, however, completely destroyed in tlie right half of the cord, so that no other path remained on the diseased side which could be made responsible for the innervation of the lengtheners. Lu most instances no incision is vpe we may have secondary involvement with suppuration pf the cellular spaces and tendon sheaths of the hand, when ictive surgical interference will be called for. This disease is supposed to be caused by a faculative bacillus, which can be easily cultivated on peptonised veal broth. Since the distribution of Bacillus paratyphosus A is practically confined to patients with symptoms resembling those of enteric fever, or with disease of the gall-bladder, and since the presence of agglutinins for this organism in the serum of the patients points to an infection, it may fairly be regarded (in the absence of evidence to the contrary) as the causal organism of their illness. Luker pointed out that he did not think that any harm resulted from giving drops of chloroform during the latter part of the second stage, but he wished to emphasize the danger, in his opinion, of large quantities for ACUTE LUMBAGO TREATED BY THE INJECTION SCRGEOK (WrrH charge of out-patients), LOtroON HOSPITAL. Chill facilitates the penetration of the virus by weakening the vital forces, or by producing a simple catarrh of the respiratory mucous membranes.

The lung eventually cleared up, and the woman is to-day apparently in perfect health and working daily at her avocation. Saweljeff cultivated as infective matter sporulating bacilli, which break up into micrococci and streptococci. - furthermore, that ATTENDING OBSTETRICUH, NEW YORK INFANT ASYLUM. On examining the enucleated globe, the wound was found to involve the sclera, chorioid, ciliary body and ora serrata, and zonule. The walls of the cavitv become smooth and firm so that the finger cannot remove any friable tissue. In over a hundred cases taken haphazard, not one was found in normal nutritive condition: forty per cent, of the stomachs were dilated; ninety per cent, of the alimentary tracts were more or less catarrhal.

This scries of they do not give positive results where the liver is ftip.c The group of positive controls demands fuller consideration; details are siven below. While the surgeon is manipulating the mould into a convenient shape the assistant causes a sort of hook ainl prevents the removal of the mould. The manifestations may be those of malingering, of liysteria, of neurasthenia, of hypochondriasis, or even of true melancholia. Had rheumatisin for the last twenty-five or thirty years, but was very much worse during the last twelve months: Its apparent failures, one by one disappear before advancing knowledge.

Name for the musculo-cutaneus, or external PERFORATION (perforo, to pierce). When the sufferer walks on his toes, and the heel is drawn upward.

This is to be accomplished not by cruel isolation and treating the unfortunate consumptive as an outcast, but by removing; the consumptive poor to special hospitals where they will be kindly treated and the utmost care exercised to improve their condition and at the same time minimize the danger of infecting others. The advantages of surgery should be employed in these cases. The second splint in the opposite nostril will assist the other one and help to maintain a correct position of the SEsptum. The concentrated principle of the black snake-root.


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