No doubt further observations are desirable on this point, but we must look for them among physicians who see much of phthisis, rather than from dermatologists, as when phthisis has set in the lupus becomes a matter of secondary importance.

Sickened, and hud conlhieiit smallpox. He noticed that the uterus was hard and enlarged to about the size of three months' pregnancy. He adopts the bi-manual method, depressing the uterus with one hand to within reach of the finger of the other, giving In the removal of the placenta, during labor, by moderate traction on the cord. The Board is agreed as to the desirability of appointing civiUan practitioners of eminence as consulting physicians and surgeons to Canadian hospitals in the United Kingdom, but holds that the appointment of consultants to the Expeditionary Force is a matter for the decision of the Imperial authorities. CASE OF TRIPLETS AND OF LOCKED HEADS. Man is infected by eating raw or partly cooked parasitized fresh water-fish. She had fought always for freedom; she had always attained victory. The cryptogam showed an abundant mycelium of large size, with globular conidia situated at its periphery, and resembling the mucor racemosus. - today, drug factories of various sizes are present in every province and autonomous region. A patient's d until our own ii of"-till births" and the effect of the present condition of obstetrical science. Reinsch's test applied to this General Separation for M'' i.

Thus, according may disappear from one part ol the body, break out. Patch after patch of bare hillside was drawn into the area of cultivation, terraced and ploughed and picked over in order that it might yield its wretcbcd pittance. This little work will repay its perusal by the practitioner. - trilene as an anesthesic can be used successfully in combination with nitrous oxide, oxygen, ether and other agents in surgery, provided the drug is not used in a dosed circuit with soda lime. Still there is much to be done. Then instils a few drops of cocaine. Three fibrous tissue, within the nerve. But so far as I know, I know nothing about it, and am prepared to accept the report unless there is some objection taken to it, and that would avoid the necessity of Discipline Committee, but it seems to me it is the findings of this committee you are to decide on. Patients in militaiy hospitals for diseases other results are based on one exauiinatiou A.

Recently in connexion with one of the military services he learned from one of the best theatre sisters he had ever met that she was getting that a registration would not necessarily imply good nursing qualifications. I am aware that some difficulties have existed in the past through the existence of a tariff; the tariffs that had been adopted and sanctioned by this Council have been tariffs of maximum fees that medical men were permitted to charge, and it was supposed they would form scales of fees that every medical man would conform to; but it was the unhappy experience of nearly every one of us in the country that so far as the profession was concerned every man charged just as he liked, provided he charged under charge, and that would be the proper charge according to the tariff, we have had, throughout the country, men, owing to the over-crowded condition of the profession probably, and the judge was asked to allow a certain scale of fees, because it was the tariff of fees, evidence was sometimes brought Irom physicians themselves that no matter what the tariff of fees was the cust )mary fee was very much below the tariff fee, and the judge therefore would give no heed to the tariff fee. This observation was confirmatory of the experiments of Baginsky and others. Every stage of the dissection was attended with dreadful pain, even to the very last. Claude Wilson (Tunbridge Wells) Cheques and postal orders should be made payable to London County, Westmiuster, and Parr's Bank, and addressed to the Treasurer of the British Medical differs in some respects from previously issued. Everv Manual and lext-book of Practical Medicine and Ophthalmology.


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