I simply dilate the cervical canal sufficiently to enable me to freely use the instrument, no further. The Nevt President of the Royal College elected president of the Royal raffle College of Surgeons of England, for the remainder of the term left vacant by the death of the late Mr. The fever, which had previously any time, but almost uniformly after the patient had eaten. List of Honorary Members of the Medical Society of the State of New York. I submit it with the hQpe that some of the readers of the Journal may give some information of its species and its habitat, and suggest Samuel E- Milliken, M. They were then carefully covered and lined with cotton flannel, the ends of the flannel being left long enough so as to project well "" beyond the upper and lower ends of the silicate bandages. On the contrary, the milk of cows fed, either wholly or in part, upon food other than the natural is almost invariably acid. She left home in the night to drown herself in the canal, but on reaching it she was quite chilled, the night being cool. The term lithirmia i.s sometimes applied tn the disposition toward the Podagra, cheiratfra. If the article were written by the senior editor, it is a most remarkable experience. Lateral sclerosis (spastic spinal paralysis) is a chronic sclerotic proccess affecting the lateral pyramidal columns of the spinal cord. Suppurating cysts of the ovary is the next most common cause of suppurating pelvic peritonitis. Very restless children become more quiet if a cold compress is placed around the chest and renewed every two hours.

The mildness of the gathered from the fact that only one death was registered from diphtheria in Finchley in the whole of the fourth quarter.

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Here, again, there may be several crops of the same organism present in the blood at the same time. He has employed it, with apparent success, in migrane, simple anaemia, melancholia, ulnar neuritis, vaso-motor neuroses, gastro-intestical irritation, irregular heart, pulmonary tuberculosis, tubercular diarrhoea, dyspepsia, gastro-enteritis; in the convalescence from severe ailments, such as typhoid fever, acute pneumonia, rheumatism, influenza, etc.; in catarrhal jaundice, bilious diarrhoea, and finally, in cases of prolonged suppuration from diverse causes. The lowest mortality from diphtheria in the were reported to the Board of Health, of Boston, the following numbers of cases of acute house infectious disease: Court of Connecticut has recently decided in a suit brought against the Waterbury Hospital, for alleged maltreatment, that the hospital was not liable, as no fees were paid to the attending physicians, and no charge was made for treatment. Hemorrhage is usually the only symptom that requires treatment, for though they may give rise to hydronephrosis from pressure on the ureter, bladder irritation, or rectal symptoms, such cases are the exception, and not the rule; and most patients with fibroids will lead fairly comfortable lives, if you will keep their bowels regular.


It was an Act entirely confined to the garrison towns, many of which were almost small villages having nothing but the houses in which the prostitutes lived and a few stores which were required to run the people who took care of the army, and so in many ways it did not seem to enter into this discussion. Sixth Biennial Report of the State Board of Health of This document contains the report of the efficient Secretary of the Board, Dr. Opportunities - sidney Lange in Cincinnati, Ohio, and while there he attended the meeting of the American Roentgen Ray Society. A febrile has been found in all eases under earef u! no harm. He has, however, regained but little use of the arm.

Subsequently the dose was gradually decreased, until now the patient frequently passes a week or two without medicine ( The Transactions of the Society contain several cases in which the bones were observed to have become softened, with a deposit of cancerous structure in their interior, so as to break from trifling causes, after having been in most instances affected by pain of a more or less severe character resembling been most observed, when in this morbid condition, but other bones also are liable to be so affected, and among them, those of the spinal column. OFFICERS AND COUNCIL, Queen, and Surgeon to the Royal Infirmary for Diseases to the Queen Charlotte's Lying-in Hospital, and Physician-Accoucheur to the Middlesex Hospital; Wimpolestreet. It is simply impossible for any ring-trained politician to rise equal to such an emergency. It is found in specks, streaks, and patches, may infiUrate overlying ti.ssiies and become subcutaneous, when they constitute the chalk.stones, or tophi.


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