Emotion, annoyance, or some particular kind of food may provoke it. - with some persons it begins with a slight aching or uneasiness in the superficial branches of the fifth nerve, as they radiate over the temporal region; it is evanescent in its duration, and interferes but slightly with their duties or pleasures.

Local blood-letting and the application of leeches or cupping to the painful region often give good Aspirin renders much service (review). In a large percentage of cases, these veil-like structures will be observed about the hepatic flexure, frequently shading off into the omentum, or else making up the supporting reflexion of the peritoneum which extends from the hepatic flexure and over onto the kidney. The nasal cavities are an excellent soil for the growth of the diphtheria bacillus; it elaborates its toxine under the most favourable conditions, for it finds an even temperature and an incessant renewal of air by nasal respiration, just as in the method devised by Roux for the manufacture of the toxine. Annual Meeting, First Thursday in April; Semi- Annual, First Annual Meeting, Second Tuesday in April, at Bridgeport; Ward S. Nor does this theory throw any light on the fact that in some countries cancers are almost unknown, though it must be admitted that contusions, injuries, acute and chronic inflammatory processes, with diminished resisting power on the part of the tissues, cannot be wholly wanting in these localities.

I allude to nasal catarrh, especially naso-pharyngeal, or as our cousins call it,"post-nasal," catarrh; that form of catarrh described in the popular use of the words. In any case they are not pseudo-, but true, canaliculi, because the smallest of them has a lumen. In the classical cases the hypertrophy of the liver greatly exceeds that of the spleen.

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They are moist and essentially contagious. Legit - aneurysm engaging the abdominal division of the aorta and the coeliac axis.

A man, mentioned by Mr Howship, had violent cough, with copious expectoration, and frequent haemoptysis; constant fixed pain in the right side of the thoraxj and extreme emaciation. The President: All in favor of Dr.

Excessive pallor, acceleration of the pulse, and a tendency to syncope are rather the result of haemorrhage. I suppose there is no question that in the latter part of the war the diet of many people was deficient in certain vitamines. The other station was dug deep into the ground, twenty feet or thereby under the surface, a series of branching passages and chambers fitted with wooden cots arranged in tiers. The Conjoint School of Medicine, Dundee, supplies a complete course of medical study, and the student from the United College, St. The results are tabulated in Table III and summarized in Column B of Table IV. She had gradually resumed ordinary diet and modes of living, and took less than a quarter of a grain of morphia shown by a photograph recently taken, which Mr (

Infection in properly ventilated wards with liberal floor-space, must be extremely rare. This edition also contains a collection of observations on hysteria and hystero-epilepsy, by which the author seems to prove quite satisfactorily that they always depend on flexion or malposition of the uterus, and not, as generally supposed, on ovarian disease. Feet of gas and twelve ounces of charcoal. With this view various instruments or.

It is but candid to say that it is as valuable a book as any physician may add to his Among recent discoveries of especial interest to the physician, is the influence of a class of vegetable ferments and their recognition as the causes of various abnormal conditions, such as colic, vomiting, nausea, diarrhoea and dysentery, which occasionally attend the administration of certain drugs.


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