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After remarking on the persistence of pityriasis and its obstinate resistance to the numerous drugs which have been tried against it, Dr. In these cases the stimulating action of small doses is taken advantage of, and j-Jru of a grain daily or twice a day is a sufficient dose.

It is a good way to keep good men from entering or remaining in the service. Themedicalbiochemistrypage.org - ; university medical examinations, ib. The report explained the reasons of the unpopularity of the service amongst young medical men, and indicated the belief that the only effectual "insulin" remedy would be by the consolidation of the Army Medical Staff and the Medical Staff Corps into an army medical corps in whicli the officers should have substantive army rank with limited command, and with that rank the military titles which are a,lone appreciated in the army. Bosworth, as is well-known, makes the statement that purulent rhinitis," he believes to be in every case a cause of, or the primary stage of, the atrophic form." There are few, if any, other writers who support him in this extreme view, while many, if not all, believe that it may sometimes be the cause. When there is cerebral anaemia, as in chlorosis, then there is increased desire to sleep, the brain does not receive the necessary quantity to compensate waste, and it rests, just as any commercial activity will cease with withdrawal of means to continue it. In the past year my assistant and I took from five to six fields a day and we incidentally found a very large number showing contracted visual fields without any pathologic condition of the fundus.

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Everything and details of occupations which would give each member of the community his choice of callings, but even the avocations, games, amusements, entertainments that might lend to divert his mind from the contemplation of Ills misfortunes.

This is especially true of the Italian cases. There is much in their duties to aggravate this spirit of unrest. For that reason I ignored it altogether in describing serum diagnosis, and adhered to Durham and Gruber's instructions for observing agglutination. It would be easy to multiply illustrations of such work. I can pull a stout oar yet on our quiet Ouse, and hope, please God, to be able to The real question is not what becomes of the few picked men who row in the University crews, but what becomes of the many who try to get into them? The statistics in the above papers are taken from the successful class, not from the failures. Wherein lies the conservative power of the germ-plasm, and in what direction shall we look for its transforming forces? You see at once that marvelloiis as is the growth of cells in other tissues, the growth of the germ-cell is still more so. We did what we could for him, but he never regained consciousness. Left leg moved slightly, with a rather pronounced rash, which did not appear to form in fresh places, and was entirely gone at the end of three weeks this on ran a rather irregular course. What can be said of the much-vaunted treatment of this stage by electricity? It stimulates only the contraction of individual muscle fibres, and these only in case the nerve supply is not completely destroyed, and this in the very nature of it cannot be expected to yield much of value. JIuch that is now entirely omitted from medical education, because it is considered too remote, is in reality at the very roots of the science. Michels had called his paper" The Springs of Creuznach with special reference to their adaptation to the Diseases of Women," he would have given a more honest intimation of the nature of his work. The Section dealing with cellar dwellings remains, as in the advance of the corresponding provisions of the English Acts, in that under it no underground room may be occupied, whether along with others or separately, unless it complies respect to" epidemic, endemic," etc., disease have been incorporated in the Act. The school-houses and jail were made into officers' wards.

As a means of counteracting the noxious agents, whose deleterious influences cause the characteristics of youth to vanish by prophylaxis of hygienic living and the use of simple, natural, therapeutic means. If the white part of the body suddenly becomes black, without any previous cause, and the blood changes its colour, it is an unfavourable sign.

Galvanism is produced by chemical action or by contact which causes electrical separation, and faradism is the result of induction by galvanism or by mechanical power. If, now, this falciform process be deflected, together with the adjoining iliac portion of the fascia, we expose the vessels, enveloped in their femoral sheath, which we can trace as a distinct prolongation of the transversalis fascia of the abdomen. In about two hours I was again called: labor pains had commenced and were becoming quite decided and regular. If patient is anemic, begin on soda at once, omitting the salicylate, and give cod liver oil and iron from the who are arranging for their summer vacation will be pleased to see that the Canadian Medical Association have arranged to hold their meeting Maritime Provinces can hardly be excelled, and St. Earlier in the day a reception of the Governors was held by Mr. Kirkpatrick had been ill for about three weeks, the cause of death being tuberculous meningitis. The author believes that we possess agents which have the power of arresting putrefactive processes in the living system. The number of blighted lives and of lost hopes from loss of or seriously impaired audition is appalling; the more so, when we, as otologists, know that much of this sad state of affairs is brought about largely from ignorance and from neglect in following orthodox methods of treatment. A descending stabile current from twenty to forty elements is made to the spine daily, and labile applications from ten to twenty elements are directed to the painful points. Lodol separates when the mixture is added to It is a pale yellow, finely crystalline powder.



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