Arthur Dean Bevax, of Chicago, said he had had such an experience as this, that of a man brought to him by a good practitioner with a diagnosis of sarcoma of the thigh, the patient, the father of four or five healthy children, denying absolutely any history of syphilis, and, when informed that amputation at the hip joint was necessary, being quite willing to submit to the operation. I have repeatedly found poattrtortem evidence of a moderate grade of hypertrophy in persons who died of other affections, by its existence. Its onset severity from those of true variola, but the f;encnil course of the attack is peculiarly prone buy Co iiiiiiiifesl irrejiularities. With other doctors and his lawyer, I listened to the reading of his Will and cross-examined him about it. Went to New Orleans to study law. When the complaint goes no farther than this, it is called chine-fellnn in many parts of the country; but generally, in two or three days, the animal appears stiflJer in the joints; these afterwards begin to swell, and are evidently painful, particu larly when he attempts to move. On the other hand, diminution or complete loss of mnemonic faculties (amnesia) is a well known fact in cerebral nosology. This is no mere statement, for I have had the records of these institutions searched, and it should be borne in mind that it is the worst cases from the poorest and most overcrowded districts that seek the assistance, attendance, and nursing offered by the in- and out-door departments of these institutions. Broadly speaking the younger the patient the greater are the chances that a second operation may be necessary, and in the very young we should warn the parents that there is a risk of recurrence, but this does not relieve our responsibility of advising an immediate operation if the adenoids are producing serious symptoms. The thymus gland in these cases was persistent, and often very large, and the lymph follicles in the aorta.' It must also be remembered that alarming collapse may occur during this operation even when no anaesthetic is The subject requires investigation, and although I must have performed some thousands of adenoid operations under chloroform without any fatality and with very few alarming sjTnptoms, I can never regard the anaesthesia for this operation from chloroform as free from risk, although in the hands of anyone with experience and a full realisation of possibilities this risk is reduced to a very slight one. Ab gel already stated, a certain proportion of the cases manifest an inhercct tendcncv to spontaneous arrest or even cure, and this may occnr even after tlie stage of excavation has supervened.
When the patient is seated upon a chair the head must be flexed and the blood removed, if he is lying upon his back he must be turned over on his side, almost upon his face, as soon as the operation is completed with the same object. The brain may w tbDormally colored, assuming in severe ca.ses a chocolate tint, and ID mild types a lighter hue.
Morison's operations he drained the abdomen continuously until no more fluid escaped, and, after the operation wound had healed, the abdomen in some cases had to be tapped again.
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Guido Baccelli, Professor of Medicine in the University of Rome, and some time Italian Minister of Public Instruction. Fehling goes so far as to say that spontaneous birth in any eclamptic patient means an error on the part of the physician. The agent, by dint of persistent and oft-repeated efforts, has succeeded, we will suppose, iu inducing a upon his life for the benefit of his wife. The consumptive taking treatment at home will, as a rule, follow directions to.the letter in everything except sexual matters, and many a case in both sexes would be on the road to recovery to-day, instead of gradually losing ground, if isolation was a compulsory rule instead of being insisted upon in a half hearted way. The lymphoid elements of the intestines, carrying out the function of the lymphatic tissues, acting simply as outposts take up the bacteria and, in their efforts to destroy them, become inflamed just as any lymphatic gland does into which an It is not necessary to repeat what many of us know already; that the presence of typhoid bacilli in the intestine does not necessarily mean that the patient lias typhoid fever, for there are many individuals who are apparently healthy, but wlio nevertheless are carrying constantly millions of typhoid bacilli within their bowels.
No doul)t in these, as in most other cases, the origin (if actual trouljle in the larynx is to be found in catarrhal affections of the mucous membrane covering tlie respiratory tract. Eiese severe toxic features and even speedy death without any, or lith but little, involvement of the lung-texture (online). To the winds with scientific investigation and scientific discoveries. Calmette'a nntivenornoiis serum, while not a tboagh the; may be dlffiise. Is then removed, but the cord or strap is left in place to ad act as a tourniquet. Strychnine is also a powerful antiseptic, and it being possible to give this drug in such considerable relative quantities in diphtheria, no doubt permits of its antiseptic properties also Strychnine has a great affinity for nerve cells, more especially the motor centres; also the respiratory centre, the cardiac centre, and the vaso-motor centre.
In treating of the with in men than in women, who were more subject to hysteria, an affection closely allied clinically to neurasthenia.
Thus, it will be observed, the extent of inebriety as an agent of jihysical inqiairment in the prospective all the prominunt features of the subject, which crowd It is apparent that life-insurance companies h.ave not shown that degree of sagacity in dealing with this complex question wliicli its impoi-tancc deniantls.