MO UY MD, WILSON O, COFFEYVILLE, KS VACHAL MD, EVA, GARDEN CITY, KS VAIL MD, BELINDA A, KANSAS CITY. The ends of divided nerves are united by a new-formed matter; but it has been disputed whether this was perform the functions of a nerve, and this appears to me conclusive upon the point. James Jones, of New Orleans, La.," On the Mutual Relations of Yellow and" On the Causes of Tuberculous Disease."" On the Physiological Peculiarities and" On Statistics of the Operation for the Removal of Stone in the Bladder."" On the Toxicological and Medicinal Properties of the Cryptogamic Plants." Dr. At the latter two meetings, we heard many interesting speakers from Congress.

Just as soon as we awoke to the fact that wholesome food and out-door life are factors of far more importance than we had once imagined, our estimation of the value of drugs in tuberculosis diminished to such extent that we actually rival the"faith curists" in abstemiousness. The general principles applicable to inflamed parts, and to exfoliating bones, are applicable here, but requiring a promptness proportioned to the importance of the organ concerned.

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Coupland was only able to obtain definite information with vaccinated, or were said to have been vaccinated, at some time in their the time their houses became infected; though a considerable proportion of them were subsequently scared by the epidemic into seeking vaccination. - ; then should a young man desirous of becoming a priest be examined in these matters by a Methodist, since both sects believe the same regarding these particular doctrines? The Jews and Christian Scientists both believe the laws of Moses; should the young Rabbi be examined by the Readers of Airs. Death weeks be improperly or insufficiently treated, in a month or so the disease recurs, and the attacks may be repeated through a period of many months, until the subject presents the two distinguishing features of malarial cachexia, namely, anaemia and an enlarged spleen. In SKETCHES AND ILLUSTRATIONS OF MEDICAL QUACKERY. The victims fall into a kind of hysterical state, lose all self-respect, and will lie and steal to There does not seem to be any evidence to prove that ether drinking directly produces insanity; though of course it may favour its occurrence The habit leads to crime only through the violence and pugnacity so characteristic of this form of intoxication. Consanguinous congenital mutes may intermarry.

Agamst the malarial intoxication, more especially in recent cases.

It should be our duty to encourage such undertakings in every way possible.

But the question is, why do some individuals show these symptoms under inadequate provocation? I have seen many cases, and published a few, in which symptoms of Raynaud's disease and of Graves's disease coexisted.

These bullae were filled with a transparent amber liquid; in about twenty-four hours after they formed the liquid would escape and glue the hair together, forming a hard scab when dry, which would exfoliate in from one to two weeks, taking the epidermis and hair with them, leaving a shining red surface, which persisted for some days, when recovery would apparently take place, new hair come in at once, only to be attacked as before, and by the time the desquamating process had followed the dermatosis all over the body, new bullae were forming where the first disappeared and each recurring attack would be ushered in by chills and fever, until this process had repeated itself three times over the whole body and down the legs to the hoofs; no part of the integument escaping, even to the inside of the ears and false nostrils.

She lingered till the next morning in a state of insensibility, and then died. Ana selling a sure-cure for hog cholera, which he advertises in upon the destruction of"Dangerous Tom," at the Bronx Zoological Park, another man-killing elephant has received a like treatment, though by a swifter method. ; The good effects of equal parts of collodion; turpentine, and castor oil as impenetrable coverings for the cure of local inflamma-; tion, are spoken about. Or chloroform is seldom accompanied by other symptoms than those of vertigo or nausea. The risk is so great in these ambulant cases thai we could not allow the patient to continue going about; perforation and peritonitis would be liable to occur, and a fatal issue would naturally result.

Was admitted into the London Hospital, after having attempted to swallow some of breathing soon afterwards returned, and) and get about her family duties with corndeath took place twenty- four hours after the? fort; the aperture is not, however, quite glottis was found charred and shrivelled,) paring the edges and bringing them together and there was great oedema of the parts jwiih hare lip pins. Award-winning schools and strong community support for hospital.

Female patients should have of medication:

Icteric patients should not be operated on if the coagulation time is over five minutes unless there is some When the dressings are seen saturated with blood they should at once be completely removed and the source of the bleeding sought. In the metropolitan district, in which the muzzling order is now in corresponded and was continuous with the enforcing of the muzzling order. It being of a syrupy consistency, which when syringed into the mouth, sticks to the tongue and lips, thus hardly a drop is wasted by spilling. Adams operated by pass the country, but Mr.


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