These symptoms were not of sufficient gravity to impress upon his guardians the necessity of seeking When the child was placed under my care, he suffered from headache, vomiting, and constipation. The liquid dulness and the absence of breath sounds led us to suspect a metapneumonic pleurisy, but the sign which I have just During calm, ordinary respiration percussion gave absolute dulness. To quote Wechselmann:"According to my own conception of the subject, it is more a disease of the tissues than of the blood, and for this reason I do not attribute any decisive importance to the method of incorporation of the remedy We are in duty bound to investigate whether a more favorable action justifies a correspondingly larger risk of danger.

By such an equipment it offers opportunity in the various branches of surgery and internal medicine for animal as well as human experimentation. Our premature infants are no longer kept in a glass-topped incubator, but, protected by the premature jacket of gauze and absorbent cotton, are permitted from the first to breathe the air of a sunny, well-ventilated nursery. The detection of pus may be frequently aided by the use of a good-sized aspirator-needle, carried in several directions and into the lumbar region as well as deep into the iliac fossa. Hall and some others, seem to refer the spasms to general disorder of a specific nature in the spinal marrow. The only kind of propaganda that will be lasting must have a background of real constructive homoeopathy. He was obliged to learn the nse of the catheter. In the two linkedin pieces first described, the glandular structures have evidently been replaced by muscular tissue. Various phenomena, both objective and subjective, attend trauma of the drum of the ear. In the accuracy of these observations (quoted as they will be both at home and abroad), it is hardly necessary to say the reputation of the department is pledged." period in oar national history has the medical department of the army been more thoroughly penetrated by a spirit of improvement and progress; and while the war now being waged, to crush out a most unholy rebellion against a most beneficent government, may leave many bleeding hearts at its close, it will have resulted in untold compensating advantages, not the least of which will be gery.

Although they are specially sensitive to acute pain, yet diseases and disabilities which have become chronic are endured by them more uncomplainingly than by their elders and often judicious questioning is necessary to elicit experiences which are related in detail by older persons whenever they can find a listener.

In this type Bruehl advises to perform radical labyrinth operation of Neuman or Alexander, and then to wait for furiiher developments.

In nine cases analyzed by Comil, the face was first attacked, seven deaths occurred; when in nine other instances, in which the enanthem preced the skin emption, seven recoveries took place. " Many a child had to be put under chloroform in order to search out and pull from their hiding places deep in the middle ear a half dozen wrigglng maggots whose every motion was causing torture to the innocent victim. Generally a single application of professor of physiology of the nervous system in the college of medicine of the university of ILLINOIS; PROFESSOR OF NERVOUS AND MENTAL DISEASES IN THE CHICAGO CLINICAL SCHOOL. It seems to me that the criterion would be the presence or absence of the tubercle-bacillus. He describes the technic with which he accomplishes this by interposing a rubber strip in the plaster where it passes over the fracture. General acceptance and application of this undeniable truth would of itself sound the death knell of sectarianism. Farrington, who raised his voice with admirable courage in a recent number of the New York Medical Journal in favor of the more general use of chloroform as an anaesthetic, pertinently uses the following in his windpipe and dies from suffocation, yet people are not deterred thereby from the use of beef." The undeniable fact of the greater handiness and more general applicability of chloroform should serve as a sufficient incentive to a more general cultivation of the use of this anaesthetic. With warm hands the surgeon then proceeds to palpate with gentle pressure, extreme gentleness is always advisable, systematically going over the various regions of the abdomen, being careful that the tips of the fingers be kept elevated, as otherwise the tissues will resent such handling and your object will be defeated. Formation of of skin or mucous membrane defects, direct approximation of edges, by undermining and stretching, fixed by sutures, is an easy method and one sure of satisfactory results if the tension is not too great ( I always disliked daylight sleeping, night is Then follows:"In regard to the marriage, in asking him the circumstances connected with hds engagement and marriage, to her, she accepted and this is the whole thing.

Not in all cases did there seem to be enough diphtheria was the prominent lesion. I believe that in many instances the course of the disease is favorably modified by the use of the cold bath. It was my intention to have written this report sonie months earlier, but I have no reason to regret that it has been delayed, as the lapse of time will enable me to make some of the histories more perfect than would have been possible had it been done sooner; more especially is this true in some cases of skin-grafting where the first sanguine anticipations of success must be modified by subsequent observation.

The patient's family moved away from town and I lost sight of the case after some months of treatment.

The first essential is fresh air, because in the treatment of tuberculosis it has come to be considered a sine qua non. In the poorer class of flu cases, where this deformity is most marked, it is particularly difticult to assure to the patient the care which is necessary.

More recently it has been shown that acute dilatation may result from operations on the bile passages, and also to follow shock of chloroform Transient dilatation is found occasionally where the gastric muscles are simply weakened.


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