Having established his innocence of those charges, nothing more in the line of defense is possible. These chancres which are very often apt to be confounded with secondary accidents on account of their varied and unaccustomed seats, constitute, as we can easily conceive, focuses of infection for the nurses, and are afterwards offered as proofs of the possible contagion of secondary accidents.

The disease is usually too deeply seated. Students of craniology have called attention to the asymmetry of the cranium and the irregularity and exaggeration of the fissiu-es which divide the cerebral convolutions, but anything more than this is mere guess-work. Chloral hydrate, if continued for any time, required to be used in dangerously large doses; amylene hydrate, sometimes induced sleep, but was uncertain in its action, and the same result occurred in the use of urethan. - you must be able to say if the patient has exhibited any signs of unconsciousness or of delirium; if so, what was the violent character, or of a low muttering kind," associated with picking of the bed-clothes, or attempts to get out of bed. From the opinions I at present entertain, I feel highly alarmed for the their intercourse wiih the world must be timid, limited, and vexatious; and every source of comfort blasted by the most distressing apprehensions. In those cases, therefore, where, from any cause, adequate active exercise is not practicable, the mechanical effects of the faradaic current, by the method of general faradization, or of the static induction current of electricity, are certainly indicated and are capable of service. Under such conditions as these, gastrostomy may be performed with as good prospects of success as in cases of cancerous stenosis of the oesophagus. Under these conditions the jiossibility of resuscitation is good. The change whiih has taken place since we received it, in our opinions respecting the nature of fever, has now led us to attach so much importance to the observation, that we have great satisfaction in confessing our error, andat last laying it before our readers. The main disturbance being quieted, all the subordinate pains are allayed.

In this instance the immune animal, within from five to ten minutes following the injection, runs about the cage, scratches itself violently, and finally shoAvs evidence of lack of coordination and partial paralysis of the hind extremities. This patient yesterday caught his foot in an elevator shaft and sustained a fracture of the great and second toes. While at the University of Leipsic I attended a clinic by Dr. An instance of the foolish way in which women,, especially those who are" new comers," sometimes attempt to brave the vicissitudes of temperature in the tropics, occurs to us as we write.

But if no gonococci are found the woman shoidd receive the benefit of the doubt and be considered as one of those unhappy iDcrsons whose vaginal secretions are a standing menace to every vaginal secretions of their wives or mistresses and suffer no injury, where others who poach upon forbidden ground are the worse for it. The"excitement" alluded to by interested witnesses is probably nothing nu')re than a moderate emotional exliilaration, and the busint'ss schemes which attract the wonderment of those who wish the will broken ordinarily display a mind of unusual shrewdness.

Such a condition of the expected in persons who develop calculi in the kidney. His mode of life was conformable to liis pecuniary means. The symptoms usually appear from the third day on, and consist primarily in the inability to obtain a movement of the bowels, very soon followed by vomiting, which soon becomes excessive, with pain and distention of the abdomen. To feed artificially Aufgedunsen, a. The hood of the perambulator should be covered with a thick, white quilt, and you should be most strict with the nurse that she does not keep the child out after a certain hour in the morning. INSTITUTION FOR THE TREATMENT OF T.IE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL REPORTER. It may, therefore, be asked whether the convulsant substance contained in the alcoholic extract may not arise or be produced in the abnormal conditions of digestion in a dilated and hypersecreting stomach.


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