It is noticeable that practically all of the suicides in this class occur between the ages of twelve and sixteen, that is, in the critical period attending puberty. In the nature of rhythmic experience it requires a certain amount of periodicity to engender a feeling of rhythm. Alcohol, essenliai oils, and compound linaments are most conspicuous; balsamic and aromatic powders with saline substances are In the middle ages the art of embalming consisted in mixing were made in various parts of the body, filled with this composition, then sewed up, the bcidy being then enveloped in a beef's skin and enclosed in a coffin. These are then the different depressive states. In favor of this theory is the constant observation made in gonorrheics suffering from metastases, that in event of exacerbation or recrudescence of a urethral gonorrhea, they are repeatedly attacked by Perhaps this particular disposition may be explained from the anatomical circumstances of the urethral mucosa, which facilitates the entrance of the gonpcocci into the circulation, or perhaps due to a locus minoris of the joints, that permits isolated organisms to find a favorable and adequate retreat, or perhaps actuated by the general disposition of the human economy, occasioned by the reduced number of antibodies in the blood. Persons touching corpses, dead limbs, or patients with infectious diseases, or their clothing, became unclean thereby, and were compelled to take a bath and wash their garments before mingling with other members of the household, or of the community. Lie might have become a tuba virtuoso but for a protesting citizenship, a revolting student body and an unsympathetic faculty.

The third factor in determining the physiological effect of a given atmospheric condition is the extent to which conduction, or evaporation, or both, are favored by the movement of the air. The underlying condition has also to be considered, viz., cardiac disease, heredity, and any toxic agency that may be or have been active. If the insertion of vaccine matter into the person of one who is affected with tainly have seen this occasionally exemplified iu reference to the pupils of our public schools, some buuJrcds of whom were subjeclcd to vaccination at the instance of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, by a committee of three of its Fellows, of which we were a member.

Diabetes melitus was treated successfully by strict flesh diet, iron, tannin, and carbonic acid water. All members of families which have been exposed to open tuberculosis should be subjected to repeated examination, so that latent lesions which threaten manifest disease may be detected as soon as they are recognizable. Perhaps these cases are due to toxic influences. Suture was removed on the sixth day. The right Jcind of narcotic law administrator makes friends of the reputable professional people, and they are glad to see him, for he comes to help, not Good law enforcement is a sort of salesmanship and the enforcement officer is, as goods, explaining their good points, how to use them advantageously, and creating a public demand for law enforcement; but he is, like any salesman, anxious to locate the crooked dealer and see that the credit man knows about it. In this connection, it must be said that the class argument may not prevail, for sound public policy may demand that many things be done contravening the class idea or assumed right; and it is also true that the emergency may be local or special and that it may be necessary, for the general good, to meet this emergency, even as quarantine may be local in its need and enforcement but designed to protect the whole people. Some of these low-grade physicians were prosecuted. The fixation forceps in his left hand, the surgeon seizes the conjunctiva on the same meridian as that in which the coloboma is to be, but at the opposite side of the cornea and close to it. Edouard Barthe, chairman of the Commission to Study the Drink Question, presents the example of America as one of the strongest reasons against the abolition of drink.

In all cases the healing action following the direct effects of the iodine is rapid and kindly. Roentgenological methods make it possible to apply knowledge of pathological anatomy to the patient during life and in many directions obviously furnish information not obtainable by the usual method of physical diagnosis. The most interesting thing, besides the formation of the scotoma, seems to be the complete absence of pain and the other complications which are usual with such high tension as existed during the first It is rather difficult to explain the site of the first part of the Bjerrum scotoma to develop, it being both above and below, about equidistant between the blind spot and the point immediately opposite to it, or almost on the vertical meridian. Formerly all such review testimony was excluded. In order to make a diagnosis in cases of feigned eczema or dermatitis, regard must be had to the general condition of the patient, mental and physical; the objects of simulation, should these exist, must be inquired into, and the appearance and distribution of the eruption carefully examined.

The former requires a thoracotomy, the latter is done pervenously; in both the power pack is implanted subcutaneously. In May some glands below Poupart's ligament on the right side became enlarged, and in the hope that the parent worm might be lodged there, they were dissected out.

In all cases in which a nerve has been divided, the ends should be immediately sutured with catgut and the wound closed antiseptically. And non-teaching hospital appellation as all medical centers would be in the business of continuing education and each would have a Director of Continuing Education (DOCE) whether or not they had need for a Director of Medical Education (DME).


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