This treatment, admirable very extensive wall surface. Hubbard for, as lie expressed it,"the restoration of his lost cud." This patient had had the habit of ruminating his food since a period beyond his recollection, and had always enjoyed perfect health; now, for a month the rumination had stopped, and this was immediately followed by dyspeptic symptoms. By means of its trypsin ferment it converts albuminous bodies into peptones, but in a much shorter time than the gastric juice. The hyperacidity is especially great and constant.

According to Heidenhain the salivary glands have a double set of secreting nerves, the cerebral and the sympathetic.

The Court ordered the practice of selling diseased meat in Charterhouse-street, outside the Meat Market, and without the jurisdiction o f the officers of the Commission, to be reported to the Local Government the ground being that they were supplied on an order of the Vestry, instead, as required by the Act of Parliament, as medical comforts ordered by the medical officer. The anaemia may be due to insufficient food, bad air, unfavorable surroundings, etc. THE SCOTTISH FOOD REFORU SOCIETY. The swelling of the lymphatic follicles interferes with the nutrition of the overlying mucosa and subjects it to mechanical irritation, so that it undergoes necrosis, and the softened elements of the lymphatic follicles escape, leaving an ulcer.

William Beamish, medical officer of Her Majestj'snaleia! reports of the different Inspectors-General of Prisons in their amaili:' I spections, and by the low rate of mortadity of those under his cue.

When the disease is well-marked, the patient presents the appearance of having tuberculosis; the skin is dry, the abdomen is markedly retracted, the eyes are sunken, the pupils are dilated, and the mucous membranes are pale. '' Electricity was one of the agents used for her relief, and it was noticeable that when one pole was placed on the cervical spine and the other was passed on either side of the spinous processes of the last dorsal and first two lumbar vertebrae she would cough, faintly at first,"but violently if the application were continued. Writers have made various classifications of the coated tongue, Dickinson distinguishing no less than eleven varieties to which Musser has added still another, but the practical value of such a refinement of classification is not In addition to the coating there are often changes in the papillae wliich give a characteristic appearance to the tongue. In the treatment of the chronic form great care should be exercised not to irritate the oesophagus; for this reason only liquid or semisolid food should be taken; in those cases in which the contraction of the cardia is very great, food must be administered by feeding through a tube; before proceeding with the feeding, lavage of the oesophagus is first practised with the same tube, in order to rid it of mucous masses, food remains, etc. If the second message had reached him in time to prevent his going to see the woman, and he had signed a certificate of death upon the representation of the husband that the woman had died, he might have been lending himself to a very nefarious proceeding. In size, they vary from that of a small pea to that of a small orange; and in some situations large bony masses are formed by the coalescence The history of the case throws but little light on its etiology. Davis says:" I understand that it is a chemical decomposition, which borrows its albuminous bodies through the constituents of tissue; and not as denned by Newman as' The process or act of being made passive by the disappearance in some other sub stance, through molecular or other invisible means, as absorption of light, heat and electricity,' which, though it is Webster's definition of absorption, is only a vague descriptive picture of the disappearance of The author concludes that a favorablyadjusted galvano-chemical current of low intensity will produce a decomposition of the tissues of the body, without resulting in Electrolysis, while applicable to all strictures of the urethra, is of permanent benefit in the morbid alteration of the prostate produced by gonorrhoea of the urethra. Each cart has its district, one for the East city and one for the West, which it visits daily. It did not occur with potassium chloride or hydrochloric acid solutions. An analysis of the water shows that it contains seventeen grains of carbonate of lime and and twelve grains of carbonate of magnesis to the gallon, besides chloride of sodium, sulphate of potash, aluminia, and silica.


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