Beginning wdth the size and width thus tentatively selected,, shoes will be tried on until a satisfactory fit is secured. These lectures are not easy to give.

He thought tuberculin might possibly help to circumscribe the extent of these operations. Just as we all appreciate the fact that there are risks in nearly every phase of our every day life, we are likewise aware of the risks assumed by a prospective mother. The bronchial glands were very large; when cut, they showed a blackish grey appearance; and there was no trace of tubercle. During the entire duration of the case of small-pox, the neighbours came as of wont to make their purchases, and none of them had any suspicion of the danger which they thus incurred.

Only a small part of our hospitals admit venereal patients at all.

The United States Life Saving Station and Lighthouse was thrown open for inspection. After she understood the origin of the symptoms, and had the opportunity to express freely the fear she felt at the hospital, recovery took place. In this way more equable and eflectual distention of the upper bowels, as well as upward pressure, are attained, and the downward flow of the liquid being easy of regulation, the enema is longer retained than when the common anal piece and syringe are employed. - finally, the hypophysis possesses the action of inhibition upon sexual life and development, somatic as well as psychic. After detailing the experimental basis of treatment with the drug, and Ehrlich and Hata's work on the chemotherapy of experimental spirilloses, the authors consider the chemistry, administration, and effects of salvarsan, review the literature of the treatment of human syphilis, relapsing fever, frambcsia, and other diseases by salvarsan, and then give the authors' observations on the results of treatment in syphilis. A description of this method title of" A New Static Interrupted Current; a New System of Therapeutic Administration of Static Electricity Based upon the From this article the following extracts may be quoted:" I have for some time employed with satisfaction to my patients and myself a new method of applying static electricity, of which I have seen no account hitherto published. After this, convalescence proceeded uninterruptedly, and the patient reported well and fat Dr. Unless, perhaps, for their look of unusual intelligence, the visitors will pass to and fro unobserved among our quarter million of other visitors. The canula was removed at visit, he expressed himself as having obtained great relief. In all instances stimulants to the nervous system, such as camphorated oil and strychnine,, preferably by hypodermic injection, should hi given; coffee and alcoholic preparations may also be used. It was a common idea among women that if the bowels were free during menstruation they suffered less, and in general he believed this was true; but if a perimetritis were associated with disease of the tubes and ovaries, the patients might suffer more, the diarrhoea exciting an acute Many patients complained of a discharge of glairy mucus from the bowel, and burning sensation after defecation, perhaps accompanied by a bloody discharge, especially during the menstrual period. Yet a great many points in our technique are still undeveloj:!ed, and it is to the elucidation of one of these that this of kidneys in nonbacterial or"medical" nephritis (

I noticed, while he remained in the office, that there was a total absence of any effort at coughing or hawking. Fowls do not do well; the climate seems to be too warm for them.

Professor Gerlach, in his successful experiments with condensed exhalation and perspkation, found no organic forms whatever in the perfectly limpid drops j further, he found no organic forms in the very infectious caseous substances taken from the mucous membrane of a horse aflectecl with diphtheritic glanders. So practising medicine without a license is now criminal only when it involves a representation that the person acting This provision of the act was held by the court to be in no way in conflict with the constitution. In some of the country towns and small cities, fifty cents is received for office work. It is essential that there exist the favourable conditions which belong to the germ, and also those which pertain to the individual who ought to receive the germ, besides favouring circumstances external to both.

But this does not apply to Philadelphia: she is not only rich in such material, but the friendly rivalry of her five regular schools, the multiplicity of laboratories and clinics these several schools place at the disposal of the one hundred and odd leaders who make up their major faculties, the close and informal relationship between professor and student, and the relatively smaller number of the latter to each instructor (Sir William Osier has expressed the hope to see the time when no medical school will have a graduating class exceeding twenty-five students), have been potent factors in perpetuating the great position Philadelphia has created for herself in the world of science. Read In the Section on Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, at During the past five years decided changes have taken place in the visit methods of dealing with pelvic established custom in America to deal with irreparably diseased appendages by removal solely through an abdominal incision. But will the login president kindly show us where we may be able to read and learn of the occasion when any one branch of the Christian church or the church as a whole ever formed or sought to form a coalition for the attainment of any great ecclesiastic undertaking, and in so doing asked its combined enemies to accept the controlling power and assume the honors which belong to the majority? While it is quite true that both religious and secular bodies have formed from motives of policy coalitions with other bodies more or less inimical to them, has the spectacle ever before been witnessed in the history of nations, of churches, or of professions of the party overwhelmingly in the majority, and possessing the greater power, humbly proposing that it be graciously and with humility accorded a position in the coalition inferior in point of numbers (and therefore of power) to that of its combined enemies? I am not opposed to a Legislative Medical League as such, but I am opposed to any proposition which amounts to a confession of weakness on the part of the medical profession, of which I am a humble but a loyal member. The graft should either be immersed in a jar of vaseUne or wrapped in gauze smeared with the same and grafts removed from the living as well as from a cadaver have been successfully kept by the author for forty-eight hours on different occasions. HOW TO REMOVE PUS TUBES WITHOUT Read in the Section on Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, at the The contents of pus tubes may not be infectious, but it is desirable to avoid the usual soiling of peritoneal and wound surfaces w T ith any kind of pus.


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