I have uses expressed regret in order to impress truth. A large proportion of the Jews from Poland and Russia spoke a mixed German, something of which I"picked up." In a suit for damages for injury in an elevator accident I was subpoenaed, as I had treated the plaintiff in the hospital. Having adopted forte the usual plan of applying a firmer Ugature, excised the flesh in the vicinity of the wound, and applied strong ammonia, giving brandy and ammonia, I sent for my neighbour, Mr.
Can we doubt that, apart from and secondary to the higher purpose of many of the Bible maxims, there is often a physiological and hygienic application in them? And also that there is a spiritual, moral and social, as well as a physiological application, in these hygienic truths, especially in these laws for contagious and infectious diseases? Can we doubt this any more than we can deny that there is a physiological and hygienic application in most if not all of the spiritual maxims and lessons of Holy Writ based on medical data. Ligature and forci -pressure are the two methods most commonly employed.
Ligature of the internal carotid is, on the contrary, a very serious operation.
The most common lesion was bronchitis, the bronchial lining merjibrane being of a deep mahogany or purple colour, more or less infiltrated with serum or exudation, llie fine bronchial tubes were frequently filled with a muco-purulent matter, and in a few cases were choked up with a reddish-brown gelatinous substance, more or less fluid discovered by him in the sputuin. He was brought in an composition unconscious state to the Infirmary. Right after the Chickamauga battle I was detailed to gather up guns and other wreckage on the field, and the dead Federals were scattered everywhere, in some places very thick. London: We are kid glad to congratulate Mr. She did not faint, and was still able to speak, but had to be carried to bed.
-were very similar to the oue recorded, all having been ime being for perforating ulcer of the foot, comnmnicating counnunicating with a sinus surrounded with granulations, the adjacent skin being only slightly inflamed: I have. Captain Quirk hailed me as"Little Johnny," and after that I never had any other name After the final consultation with my parents the conclusion was that I had better join one of the cavalry companies from my native county already in service in a famous regiment, the Fourth Alabama, known also as"Russell's as a private in Company I, joining the command then doing outpost duty near Eagleville, on the turnpike leading north from Shelbyville, Tennessee, to Triune and Nashville. These were also found scattered over the lower part of the left lung. The cavity was d(;uched oyt and drained, and for a time we Had this girl consented to the operation jnoposed within her life would have been saved. When admitted ho was sufl:ering from debility consequent on typhoid fever "hindi" and dysentery. BAEXABD HOLT.) Elizabeth C, aged IS, an unhealthy girl who for had actedin the capacity of housemaid,"was admitted into the"Westminster large lumbar abscess of the left side. He also separates exclusively abdominal wounds from associated abdominal wounds.) Clinical diagnosis, operative indications, operative counter-indications (state of the wounded, external circumstances, age of the wound), the choice of operation, operative technique, post-operative care,anatomopathological findings and results, receive separate consideration.
By breathing through the nose the air is warmed before it reaches the lung, and this injury is prevented. The diameters, was seen to be composed of large fragments of the tubes, crowded with epithelial cells, which were agglutinated together by a fine moleular matter.
In typhoid cases it is difficult to assume a healthy condition of the blood, in view of the prolonged price interference with the normal action of the various organs concerned in its preservation at a particular standard. Bedsores were prevented and treated by cleanliness, change of position, special padding speaks of the valuable results produced on bedsores by applying ice for fifteen minutes and following this with a hot flaxseed poultice for two or three hours."j" used One of the few reports relating to the treatment of typhoid fever on file in this office urges the advantages to be derived from change of position during the course of the fever. Such a system might In.' cai-ried on to a tablet iniinous extent. The examination must be brief, the decisions clear.
Diarrhceal attacks were specially dangerous in these cases; but the congestion of the enteric mucous membrane, mentioned so frequently, as will be seen hereafter in the post-mortem records, does not appear to have "fever" been intimately connected with the pneumonic processes.
In conclusion, I have only to add that my clinical experience, extending over more than a quarter of a century in three hospitals, of the various measures there tried in the treatment of uterine cancer may be briefly summed up in the statement, that up to the present I know of but one generally feasible means of possibly curing this disease, and that is by its early recognition, and its timely and complete removal in the way which has been described in this examination was, therefore, always desirable. The identity of the symptoms in idiopatliic and traumatic meningitis indicates that their inflammatory products exert a similar influence on the economy; but as the products of traumatic origin are not associated with ecchymotic blotches, tjie maculge in the idiopathic cases must be due to some other cause than suspension the inflammatory derangement of the nervous system. AVhen such ulcers were small origin could usually be determined; but when large and diseased agminated glands, or in patches usuallv involving one or more of the solitary glands, were attended in their progress by an increasing liability to hemorrhage from the intestinal vessels uud to an extension of tlie intlammatory action to the serous lining substitute of the abdominal cavity.