The psychic process consists in engaging all the faculties on one side of a question with intense interest, and suppressing the image of pro when it conflicts with con.

"Why not? the otters do it!" When the head of the family goes off on a marauding expedition, and he is frequently absent for weeks at a time, he leaves his partner in charge of the family. These have been variously termed xanthin bodies, nuclein bodies, and alloxuric bfKlies by different observers, but chemist who discovered their structural relationship is itest adapted to indic-ate them. No Kidney affections associated with chronic glycosurias are mostly secondary to the latter. Hill says: attendant to be acquainted with, is the probability of present improvement in any individual case at any time that it may present itself to his notice, to assist him in which, amongst other things, the chief elements for consideration may be enumerated as the question of emaciation, whether the patient have been losing or gaining weight recently, whether night-sweats are present or absent, and the condition of the pulse. How much in any case depends upon medical science and preventive medicine! That pneumonia is increasing in both frequency and fatality is believed by many physicians.

The desire to help others is infectious, and when one yields in a ward, others vie in the The truth of the matter is that in hospitals in which teaching is carried on, rarely, if ever, do the patients complain. Falling from a high fence, produced u T-shaped fracture of the humerus and a dislocation of the forearm backward. But a condition almost as serious, and more difficult to diagnose is present in unilateral calculous anuria.

No operation in surgery has a higher mortality than that of the delayed operations for the removal of a diseased vermiform appendix, but if done early the procedure has an almost nil mortality. And, in these same small schools, there have ever been good men, true to the Hippocratic tradition, willing to give of their knowledge without cost. Very positive relief was afforded to the cough; the sputa became inoffensive and reduced in amount to one-third or one-quarter of the former quantity; he gained flesh and strength, and was discharged to return to work. Published because you did not have space. What he did now was to perform total extirpation in one of three ways: By abdominal section, per vaginam, by a combination of the two, or the" mixed method." The dangers of hysterectomy depended on the stump, and by adopting this method these dangers were removed. The fermentations were acetic, lactic, butyric, cellulose, etc. William Kelsay Adams, of Limestone County, on the Mediccd between the Liver and the Brain. There were two other sons and another daughter, all of Ann (both died at the age of five months, of" weakness"); S, Lizzie, aged twenty one (examined and three days). On the other hand, meat (or sausages) may be the culture medium for toxin-producing bacteria, such as the abovementioned bacillus enteridis and paratypliosus, as well as the anaerobic bacillus botulinus, and may thus become poisonous without noticeably changing its ajjpearance ( The law, or legal permiasion at least, must authorize the fundamental conditions.


This is done by boiling in a suitable receptacle the medicinal agents prescribed and conducting the steam from this vessel to the part desired by being retained by a towel over the head.

Normally animals are protected from this poison by the lining membrane of the alimentary tract, so that no proteose or peptone is found in blood or lymph during the most active periods of digestion. She does this in order to prevent the oak tree from growing eighty feet in height in one day. Tlie demonstration was not satisfactory to the writer nor to the physicians present. Surgery recognized microbe as king, and shot far ahead of internal medicine. Most of us were too prodigal with our resources and squandered more than the occasion required.

The favorite locations are the glands and the bony skeleton.


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