They act, chiefly, by virtue of their warmth and moisture, except in the case of narcotic fomentations, where some additional effect is obtained (tube). J., has been temporarily closed because of an epidemic of measles of the disease had developed among the forty-eight the new hospital in Toronto, Canada, was laid by presence of a number of distinguished guests. Then there was the hospital work and lectures, with some"coaching" in france private houses, with which they had nothing now to do.

We are enabled to state, on official authority, that Consul Tlowden, reviews localised at Nedjef, and that Bagdad and Busreh are clean. Peristalsis (like peristaltic, a successive contraction and relaxing of the muscular coats) of the alimentary canal.

On admission, he "cqc" was found to be greatly emaciated in the face and upper part of the trunk; he was confined to bed, and had to be supported in a sitting posture. It looks as if the drug first calories relaxed the arteries and reduced tension, and then, a little later, stimulated the heart to act more sharply. Relating GASTROENTERIC, Gastrointer'icue, Gastrenter'ie, G astr enter' avis icus, from yaomp,'the stomach,' and evrtpov,' intestine.' Relating to the Gaetrenteritic, Gaetrenteritficue; same etymon as the next Relating to gastroenteritis. FCE'TICIDE, Foeticid'ium, from fcttus, and map child.

Demonstrated that the tieuuine liragees ol iron of Rabuteau are superior to all other preparations of Iron in cases of Chlorosis, Ansetnia, Leucorrkoeu, Lebility,Exhuustiun, Convalescence, Weakness of Children, and the maladies caused by the Impoverishment and Alteration of the blood alter periods of fatigue, watching, and excesses of any Jiind.

Now the gonococcus enters the urethra while in this condition. This disease does not only not afford protection against, but actually paves the way for a second attack, if the individual is fortunate enough to live through the first; while at the same time it increases the vulnerability of his descendants to the disease. Examined as to the nature of these"important sanitary improvements", he stated that they were the establishment of canteens in barracks, improvements in water-supply and latrines, additional accommodation for married soldiers, establishment of cricketgrounds and fives' courts, and improved arrangements for bathing and ablution.

The value of such early cases of suspicious sore throat cannot be overestimated.

The other treatment consisted of quinine and hydrobromic acid, and afterwards quinine and phosphoric acid. Whether, therefore, we are to regard the nodule in the mouse as representing a late stage of the disease, or whether in this animal the eosinophilic cells tend to be less numerous, must be left undecided.

At operation (Torek's) he found the testicle at the internal ring and it was very small. Holzknecht had examined thousands of cases fluoroscopically and gave the fluoroscopic appearance of the motor phenomena of digestion as follows:"While there was no active movement to be seen in the cardiac end of the stomach the lower portion of the greater curvature exhibits deep contraction. However, he had become infected, and he is now again in the hospital with confluent small-pox; so that the unfortunate fellow has every reason not to bless the The above cases prove the danger of having small-pox and fever wards within the same compass of air-circulation, or inside a building, when communication between nurses and variously affected patients cannot be controlled.

Catalan TTine forming an Elixir free from the disagreeable bitterness of other similar preparatiu is. It is described and figured as occurring of somewhat strange to say, states that he has never seen crystals of dumb-bell oxalate of lime in human urine. It is sufficient to observe, that the parotid, submaxillary, and mixed salivary fluids coincide in being unaffected by nitric, hydrochlorio, sulphuric, phosphoric, and acetic acids, and by solutions of ammonia and alum; in being only rendered slightly turbid by ferrocyanide of potassium, after previous acidulation with acetic acid; and finally, in being very strongly precipitated by alcohol, tannin, and acetate of lead: the atmosphere, becomes covered with a crystalline coating of carbonate of lime, and it becomes turbid on the addition of caustic potash, whilst neither of the other secretions are thus affected; and, on the other hand, the latter secretions become turbid at the temperature of boiling water, assume an orange tint when treated with nitric aoid and subsequently with ammonia, and are precipi table in red flakes by perchloride of iron; while parotid saliva undergoes no such chances. Atrophic rhinitis, with its crust formation, its visible atrophy of mucosa, and its occasional fetor, is extremely common, and hardly entitled to be called ozena. The pressure of a wheel of a carriage should always raise the presumption of a production of this lesion. One variety, with a comparatively small head, has been down caught on our own coasts, and on the Atlantic coasts of Europe and North America.

Durch Abfiltrieren erneutes Eindampfen und Niederschlagen laBt sich das Harz sehr weitgehend entfemen.

Lie had seen them of eleven years' standing; ethers grew very rapidly; in one case the tumor weighed seven pounds at the end of two months. Ehrlich for a long time grow again when transplanted.

If phrenology be true, it will afford a solid resting-place for the foot weary with floundering in metaphysical quagmires.

It is, also, occasionally website used in anatomical injections.


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