Holly Smith, President of the American Dental Association.

I am disposed discount to say, in spite of contrary opinions, that if a definite splash of a well-marked character is present, dilatation of the stomach or colon certainly exists.

At the other end of life it is often difficult to draw a line between the degenerative changes of age and the special lesions of rheumatoid difficulties might be roughly divided into three groups: (a) Those who had no distinct rheumatic history of any kind, but whose joints were suffering from wear and tear: in these cases the occupation of the sufferer determines the place of the first outbreak of the malady; the degeneration is the issue of agencies rather static than dynamic, (b) Those who have had several attacks of genuine rheumatism, whose symptoms are those of chronic rheumatic arthritis, and in whom there is no evidence of rheumatoid disease in the strict sense of this word, (c) Those who have a monarticular disease, generally of the hip, which we may name as we will: It is also a question whether one, armed with all these devices, would not be very likely to err on the side of over-treating the maladies of the anterior urethra. In the management of the affections under consideration we must not forget the Next to a case of constipation, a case of hay fever is the hardest thing to treat with any satisfaction to the patient or physician. In others the pelvis of the kidney was opened, as in the operation of nephrolithotomy.

The young bacilli stain well by Gram's method, while the older forms stain either poorly or not at all. In the case of the large solitary stone, which sometimes completely fills the gall-bladder, as much as twothirds of the outer crust may be composed of stearate of lime. If the patient is very much reduced in strength rash purgatives should be avoided. Among the most useful carminatives mention may be made of caraway seed, peppermint, mint, thyme, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, anise-seed, sassafras, etc.

Louis Medical Review in discussing this subject, says: There has always been much discussion about specialism, and its advantages or disadvantages. It was especially gratifying to find that the prominent specialists who were invited to co-operate by editing separate volumes were as interested as myself in the matter of publication of an English edition. When a laceration is near a joint, the injured part should be put to rest by splint or fixation to the body. This is due to the fact that the normal amount of indol formed in the intestine is so rapidly expelled in the feces that a smaller quantity than normal is absorbed. Of cases is particularly interesting.

Still the law may apply to such as we have, just as well as the general law of gravitation or attraction to the smallest sized bodies. In it were partially digested bits of baked beans, potatoes, and particles of fat, etc. Stern we may conclude that when calomel is exhibited and purgation does not follow sufficiently soon, it is quite possible that the calomel is exerting within the intestines a restraining influence on the development of the bacteria. Among the code instructive cases reported by the distinguished author, there was one of persistent anuria following external urethrotomy which was at once relieved by the use of the drug, the symptoms again appearing when it was discontinued. That considerable as has been the increase in the number of the insane as returned in the a declining one, for although the rise in the ratio to the population in the asylum population in this country, and this in the face of a diminishing population, naturally demanded that special inquiry should be made as to whether there was really a progressive increase in the liability to insanity in Ireland. Few authorities now deny, however, that a relation weakness, and other signs of perverted growth and disordered nervous function.


These fits commenced with a tickling sensation, starting from the pit of his stomach.

The anatomic condition of the portion of the bowel that is primarily diseased varies, of course, greatly according to the nature of the primary disease. Pressure and an ice hag were applied to the seat of the inje(;tion for a short time. For nowhere do we find any account of a tribe or race, living in a purely savage, barbarous state, leading a coarse, low, sensual, animal life, that has been at all fruitful in children through several successive generations. As a rule, in this instance the symptoms of strangulation are insignificant or absent, whereas the symptoms of simple interruption of the bowel passage are more conspicuous, consequently the course of this form of acute occlusion of the bowel is less violent and the pain and collapse are less severe than in other forms. Zinc, to the treatment of congenital dislocation of the hip. There were flushings, neuralgias, hysterical attacks, an anesthetic area in the left ulnar nerve face, a full and strained look about the eyes. Farquhar Curtis' case in which a headless pin was supposed to have lodged in the oesophagus, and a scratch on the glass under the gelatin caused what at first seemed to be the shadow of the pin. We recall'the modesty and purity of his private life; the untiring energy, ability and conscientiousness, with which he followed his chosen profession; the kindliness and simplicity of his nature; his high sense of honor; his love of home, and music and near friends; his interest in the welfare of college mates and college associations; and finally that peaceful and strong Christian faith, formed early in life, which gave him following year he married Hopestill Godfrey, of Milford, His second till bodily infirmity compelled his withdrawal from practice.


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