It would be difficult to mark out any plan for removal of the latter evil, excepting that of steeping of as little as may be in one place, and thus diluting the miasmata. Chronic cerebritis is very variable in its duration, being often attended with intermissions and relapses; the disease may thus be prolonged for several months, and some cases have been described as lasting even several years; but it is more than probable that when symptoms resembling those of cerebritis continue beyond five or six months, they do not arise from genuine cerebral inflammation, but are to be attributed either to an organic tumour, or to some neuralgic affection simulating chronic ointment cerebritis. State Medical Society a few weeks later he advised and secured the permanency of sulphate the veteran's section as a part of the regular annual program. 'J'he most common form under this head is jjhthisis; and if one had previously ascertained in health the range of sound, some idea might be formed of the amount of tubercular deposition from structure the range in the state of disease. Finally he sent for me some six or eight years uses ago, suffering greatly with dyspnea. The peculiarity to which we allude is this, that the excitement it raises approaches more nearly to that of healthy action, and hence it may be recurred to earlier than stimulants generally, in the inflammatory affections, and with greater safety in mixed cases so equivocal or obscure, as to render uncertain the propriety of stimulation.
Indeed, it is the same principle which applies to both; for though in referring to mind the remarks are applied to the manifestations, the reasoning is really directed not to these, but to the physical, state drop of the brain on which they depend, and which, umlor fever, is sensibly disturbed by whatever gives rise to niucli mental emotion.
Some pathological law must preside over reversions or changes. The first case recovered in nine or ten weeks; tin second case died about the tenth or thirteenth day. We have always just reason to apprehend that in course of time the foreign body would set up an irritation, which in all probabill ty, would occasion destruction of the eye injured, and subsequently excite sympathetic ophthalmia in the other eye; consequently the attempt should be made to remove it under the circumstances related. One peculiar thing about the gall-fly is that it is a subject of dimorphism, that is, there are"two kinds of the same species, one producing galls in the spring, the other in the autumn. Many operators who do not pretend to have even a working knowledge of the obstetric art, seem to accept this method of delivery as injection a cure for all obstetric ills.
Dugan, Louisville: I have only one point to make, and that is I think the doctor should not have gone on and made a resection in the operation, which only made it that much more hopeless. It is ushered in with pain in the back, smart fever, and painful stiffness in the groin. We wish here to advert to the different circumstances, whether of a local or general kind, under which the paroxysms take place, and which may materially have reference to the physical condition of thu parts immediately ip affected in the paroxysm; others to the state of the general system with which tha local affection is connected. With the same view, the various eutrophics may be needed which are prescribed in other cases of faulty nutritive action of the dermoid tissues: mechanism. The younger is apt to say,"I cure such a per cent of my cases." In later years he is more apt action to say,"I have treated a given number of cases so and so, and with such results." He has become more and more successful, but perhaps less positive as to the agencies It seems to a careful student of materia medica as it comes to us from former years, one of the saddest evidences of human weakness and of ignorance, is that men should so have differed in their estimates of the values of remedial agents. It acts in several other ways, to which it is not easy to give a formal designation, but which will be understood from what has been stated in the preceding section, and what we are now about to of the employment of the warm bath, it has been customary to consider it under two heads, as hygeifenic and therapeutic, or preventive and curative: tablet. Purgatives and enemata had been administered, but his bowels had not moved, side nor had he passed flatus.
Some of them contain effects a small compact nucleus of uric acid; others not. It is well to attach the margins of the pericardial incision to those of the skin. GANGRENE, a feeble circulation, followed by mortification. We have almost as many climates as we have localities, though there are many features common to all sections. Eye - tHE TREATMENT OF FRACTURES OF THE SPINE Lawrence Hospital, Winston-Salem, N. Syphilitic, a much smaller class.