Cholera and typhoid fever send forth their respective contagia for the most part, if not exclusively, as matter dissolved or suspended in the evacuations which pass from the patient's bowels; and probably these evacuations (which, at least in cholera, gradually develop their fiill infective force after their discharge from the body), can, under some circumstances, bring into similar contagious fermentation the excrement with which they are mingled in privies, drains, and cesspools, and can thus convert the effluvia and leakage from such sources into means of extensive secondary infection of air and water. Owing to the intolerance of light, no attempt was made to determine the degree of vision. Cholera has extended its ravages over the earth, and is now a disease whose germs are endemic in our land; and the system under its influence,, especially in the early cases of an epidemic, becomes rapidly depressed, to the speedy extinction of life. Guersent, Bretonneau, and Bouchut consider no cases true croup in which false the disease, or the characteristic of a distinct variety. But many other acknowledged disease poisons are in a similar predicament as to proofs of their substantial existence; and the general impression with regard to malaria is that it is presumed to exist in the atmosphere of certain regions. The College have not already had small-pox, should at once be properly vaccinated by competent is ordained by law in this couutry to be performed within three, or in ease of Jour to six weeks old, before a disease, sometimes attended with considerable febrile disturbance, is ingrafted upon the constitution.

A lung in this condition seems to have passed, as it were, at once into this state, without any well-marked hepatization. This may later be supplemented by light games, e.

The spectacle witnessed in Europe was repeated over again in the Western World in a still more striking way. A syphilitic tumor in the cerebral substance may Further on he says:" By the term hypercesthesia, we mean an exalted state of sensibility in the nerve itself, dependent upon some change between its point of origin and periphery. A change might certainly be made with advantage in this respect; in many instances pills containing powerful ingredients might be reduced to one-third their present size; and many a fluid prescription given in the dose of a wine-glassful three times a day, might be concentrated into a tea-spoonful, and diluted when in the stomach.


In performing the operation the appendix is freed from all adhesions and brought cadastro into view in the usual way. This is the coma-vigil of Chomel. To be sure, many of the minor errors disclosed (i.

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This disease, on the contrary, renders the affected tissue more transparent and pellucid. In the two others there was considerable improvement amounting practically to a From the cases narrated, there is reason to believe that further use of thymus or its preparations will demonstrate that it is superior to thyroid in exophthalmic goitre, although it may not prove ww.unimedguarulhos.coop.br more efficacious than the remedies usually employed in the treatment of this disease. Bartholomew's be a bad one, let it be at once discontinued; and let those who have followed it make open confession of their error, and be the foremost to disabuse the Profession of their confidence in a practice which is not only unscientific but dangerous. Chorda tympani, in both ears, produces, in the course of six or eight days, degeneration of those terminal fibres of the lingual nerve which lie in the mucous and submucous tissue, but not of tiiose in the papillic.

The nervous system is divided into two great central portions, the brain and the spinal cord; and these together are called, by the learned, the cerebrospinal centre. It is personally maintained that the disease is really due to an intoxication brought about by the milk, and that the only sure cure is to withhold the milk, and this before the etiological factors, the disease occurring most frequently on board of ships during the winter, probably owing to the fact that those exposed are more likely to remain huddled together in close quarters than during other seasons. Most of the blood leaves the arteries and collects in the large venous trunks, especially those of the abdomen, and there is thus produced an anemia of the brain and of the superficial parts of the body.

Ifofmann's indisposition since his return from Germany has been the cause ofirregularity in the publication of his valuable Lectures. The river supplies water in unlimited amount, and it is used lavishly. ; they act like all other medicines, by producing certain effects upon the animal economy, and upon principles capable of being clearly defined. Where there was extensive bony destruction and loss of the soft parts, all loose bono splinters were removed but all the framework of the nose that could possibly be conserved was left intact.


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