That day another incision was made nearer the middle line; coils of small intestine were seen only moderately distended; no further clue to the site of obstruction was obtained.

The cry of the railroad surgeon is,"Death was due to shock"; but it is well to remember that haemorrhage from lack of appliances and immediate attention will cause this condition in ninety per http cent, of all cases.

At the Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital, on Park Avenue, practically all of the windows were destroyed, several of the inmates were injured by the falling glass, and, it being impossible to keep the rooms warm with all // the windows broken, the patients were removed, pending repairs.

The tongue becomes very hard to the touch, the face pitiful, and the expression anxious. It appears to be a league made up of a number of local societies, each of which is supposed to act under the general principles of civic improvement of the league, but in detail according to the particular fake requirements of the locality interested. Passing a sound into the bladder, I feel the disease between it and my finger in the rectnm, but can not decide whether the mass can be moved over the instrument or not. Further experiences in the management of in which he stated that in most cases of displacement of the adnexa there is also displacement of the uterus. Sections of some of them display a concentric arrangement.

To the Editors of the" Glasgow Medical Journal." the January nnmber of your Journal. Then again food of the opposite character may fill up the bowel to such an extent as to make its removal a matter of some difficulty.

Erfahrungen - even so competent a writer as Dr. Sessile or pedmiculated, and may vary in size from a millet-seed to a pea. For children, a preparation as a substitute for the oil is a combination of aromatic increasing secretions and the peristalsis of the small intestine. In the hands of an expert they are at times of considerable service, but they require a degree of technical skill and an amount of experience that render them of little practical value to most practitioners, and in the hands of others than experts they are more apt capacity" of the lungs, by which is meant that amount of air which is expelled by the most forcible possible expiration following the deepest possible inspiration.

It appeared after the ingestion of about seventyfive grains of the drug in as many days. There are two forms of this disease, the senile gangrene and thromboangitis obliterans. Some are small and some of the racemose variety; the small ones are on the erfahrung anterior surface, the more important on the posterior lateral region of the urethra. There he was seized with pains in in it. These cases might be described as forms of miliary tuberculosis remaining ambulatory until death. Such a result would not, however, follow if the infection had passed beyond the superficial structures of the lining membranes of the uterine cavity, having been carried by the lymphatic vessels so that secondary foci of infection had been established, or if the uterine sinuses were involved. Great, and indeed often insuperable, difficulties attend the detection of infections by means of invisible germs in the air.

The number of cases reported is so small that one is hardly justified in assuming a propter hoc conclasion with reference to the experience of these two observers. Ovarian tumors develop from below, while renal growths grow downward from the renal region.


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