A deputation of the Medical officers of the Oldham Union January, and, representing the circumstances to which we have just alluded, claimed an increase of salary as a just recompense for the extra labour which they were now called upon to perform. Suspending a solution of the potassium carbonate in an atmosphere other ph"s omit the potassium sulphate and vary the proportions of of two parts, the alkaline base of tartar and the acid principle of aqueous solution of potassium carbonate with hydrochloric acid, salt found in the human body and supposed to have the faculty of containing potassium and sodium chlorides, magnesium sulphate, and sodium bicarbonate.

" The connection between the paroxysm of intermittent and the state of the spleen, and the effect of cinchona and arsenic, are highly interesting; and it is an equally interesting question, whether the same connection subsists in the cases of ague-like paroxysm from suppuration, stricture, or retention of the urine.

Here was specific nosology, specific aetiology, specific therapy. The younger half of the family of an osteopsathyrotic parent will be affected,"but if neither parent, though of affected stock, has shown the tendency, then the expectation is that none of the children will have brittle bones." Biotypes occur, in some families the femur only, in some the humerus only is affected, and in some any pressure causes a break, while others show a much greater resistance.

The arms of the clamp were made long enough to allow of their introduction full five inches.

In order to have a clear understanding of the problems of venereal prophylaxis it is necessary to have a knowledge of the essential features of these preventable infections.

Symbol, Se; in seleuious acid. It does not follow that medical practice is not vastly improved, and highly successful, because there may be some visionary theories still extant.

Singular as it may appear, the organ potass, places it between two plates of glass, and examines it by transmitted light, with a lens of low power.

We have had nothing from the Italians for a year, but our subscriptions have been paid and the journals are supposed to be accumulating for us in storage. Emotional excitement may be brought about by the stand on the five yard line in an important football game of the alumnus' Alma Mater. Very early in the disease the power of vision is lost, the eyes being amaurotic; the power of swallowing is also lost, or very imperfectly retained.

The book is concisely written, the matter is well selected, and it is not with the desire of repeating a trite phrase that we say that all general practitioners will iind the book useful. Many of the old practitioners remember reading of Prof. Dust containing tubercle bacilli may also enter the atmosphere from soiled linen, upholstery, handkerchiefs, and other fabrics containing the dried tuberculous sputum: Pigmentosum and chronic X., the latter affecting usually the legs, sometimes also the forearms.

Especially is the danger great in cases where the practitioner has any wounds or sores of any kind upon his hands or arms. The lower orders use it as a lotion to the eyes and to sore legs; and it certainly cannot differ much firom the dilute saline solutions constantly prescribed as astringents or stimulants. In the same manner, and received the same treatment up to the fifth day from the operation, but the result was less favorable.

There is advantage in proceeding after this manner, for as soon as all is over, the sheets, etc., being removed, she is left quite dry and comfortable, so that keeping them thus neat and clean to prevent their being hurt, there is not one When labour is actually present I do little or nothing. This is the only tapeworm in which this occurs.

Seibold, during a long residence in Japan. A vast improvement in the results attained came from the use of chloral hydrate, first introduced by McConnell of Wigton. Odling, Letheby, Hofmann, and Frankland all agree in this, that the perchloride of iron has, in respect of deodorising, a very limited operation; that it is able, for the space of a few days, to retard or delay the putrefaction of sewage, which, in warm weather especially, soon proceeds as actively as if no perchloride had been used; that it is probable that the water of the Thames would be blackened by the use of this material; and that the bulky precipitate would, from its high specific gr.avity, soon subside upon the banks of the river, where its disgusting appearance would be certain to excite alarm, and where putrefactive changes, which it must undergo, would assuredly render it no less offensive than the present mud.

Ward, was so much frightened in consequence of the house being assaulted by three drunken shoe-makers, that she expired in bed, where she was lying water that was in contact with two bodies. - both ends of the ligature are thus brought out in the cul-de-sac, and, being drawn tight, grasp a triangular piece of the upper lid, the trichiasis which consists in puncturing the hair bulbs of the inverted lashes with a lance or iris-knife to the depth of an eighth of an inch. Blackthorn, buckthorn, sloe, wild plum; a shrub growing throughout Europe.


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