The superiority of pure tannin over such substances as contain it in power is much superior, but experience alone could decide whether pure tannin possessed any medicinal properties or not. If this cannot be done, they are sutured to the chest wall and a split thickness graft is applied. Their proper use is one of our responsibilities and one of the focus of infection as a fundamental principle in the treatment short-circuiting operations when excision cannot be undertaken, for intestinal tuberculosis other than the hypertrophic form, the abdominal operation, of course, depending upon the pulmonary and general condition.

Should it, before it fades in obscurity, arrive before some dark retreat, it there vanishes, for its appearance depends upon the light coming from objects beyond it. The sutures came away, the edges of the wound gewichtsreduktion gaped open, the flaps of the stump assumed a grayish, greenish, and bluish appearance, and in a few days the thig bone was denuded, and projected nearly one inch from the gan grenous mass. The broad underlying principle of all tests then is that any depreciation of renal activity will be reflected in the urine on the one hand, and in the blood upon the Let us fiirst consider the examination of urine. The HaUfax Medical Society held its third sessional meeting out by him.

The lay members of this commission, two of whom should be women for obvious reasons, should study the question from the It is reasonable to expect that such a commission would be able to obtain a wealth of reliable information which would permit our lawmakers to frame an effective nar cotic drug law that will receive the support and cooperation of the medical profession. The line of hyperassthesia was between the ansesthesia and the normal skin. Prodigiosus, in every case with negative results. Phloridzin was then begun and two days later complement was one-tenth. We have had no experience with thyroid in this condition but theoretically it is also of value because its hormone activates the Some experimenters have claimed results by treating these dyscrasias with"antagonistics." That is by using hormones of glands which theoretically make the condition worse. While doing some heavy work, felt the hernia suddenly give way.

As the treatment to general remedies. : a medal of the value of fifty dollars for the" best dissertation on the topography, geology, and mineralogv of any countv in the state, together with an account of the prevalent diseases in said county." Another of the value of twenty-five dollars for the second best dissertation on the same subject; and a third premium, consisting of a medal of the value of twenty-five dollars, for" the best dissertation on the causes, and best method of preventing and curing, the typhus mitior, or low nervous fever, which prevailed in different counties of the state." These offers called out several well written essays, and the first premium on the topography, science, and elevate the character of the profession, thus early and actively commenced, have been continued with unremitting zeal by this society until the present time. A large number of adhesions were found, especially in the region of the cecum and transverse colon.

In most cases when the supposed parthenogenesis occurred, sporulation or other asexual forms were also observed either at the same time, or shortly before. There is a certain feeling of pride in this accomplishment. If tabic symptoms were frequently found associated with typical osteoarthritis, it would go far to prove that there was a generic relationship between Charcot's disease and osteo-arthritis; but such an association does not occur. When the Water becomes more thoroughly known to the Medical Profession it is certain to be extensively prescribed, as it is a very valuable addition to our of remedies.' Arsenical Water, as sold by M. This boy was desperately ill for two or three months, being cared for on another service in the hospital.

This individual could have, at some time in the past, had an old duodenal lesion The incidental finding of duodenal ulcer is of particular interest in view of a recent report by H. But if an habitually abnormal method of breathing can be established in this way without producing distress, it only argues that when it occurs without this cause there must be some other occasion for it. In this disease, also, as will be seen from the preceding table, notwithstanding the presence of both local and constitutional symptoms of inflammation, the fibrin is less than in uncomplicated Variations of the Temperature and Circulation in Hospital Gangrene.

Studies on the Biochemistry and Experiments in the Vital Staining of Tubercles, Preliminary Report of. Another alteration in our point of view has come about a disease which in peace time and in this country is regarded as practically without mortality, and usually without eveii hjsemorrhage, perforation and delirium as some of its manifestations. In perforated ulcer the recognition of free fluid in the flanks is a helpful sign and may be elicited by placing one hand in the flank and gently percussing or flicking the abdomen as described by In the last five cases of perforated duodenal ulcer a palpation under ansesthesia has led me to continue my incision downward so that I might the more readily explore the appendix, and in all five of these cases I have foimd an acutely inflamed appendix associated wiih a kink of the lower ileum.


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