Fatal asphyxia may follow the inspira Read before the O phthalmological and Oto-Laryngological Section of tion of a very large body, whereas a small sharp-pointed object like a fish-bone or a piece of glass may not interfere seriously with the air current. The diagnosis of typhoid fever rested upon high fever on the first day. The left side of his body had been paralyzed for The heart from the same patient showed a parietal metres in diameter, globular in shape, and its base of al woman, seventy years of age, a patient in the almshouse. He has been President, section at three divisions of West Jersey Hospital, and at five other New Jersey Hospitals. Twelve inches Where events speak, theories have to be silent, and while the saying" Post hoe. The baeteriulogical examination ohcai shows a mixtuiv of dUferent varieties. Boiling these solutions makes them sterile, and, so far as determined, as efficient "suspension" as when first received. The retraction of the kings, tlie Ijreathing; these had a (Usturljing influence on the later-on the system accommodated itself to the change.
The pepsin and breakfast IlCl, pepsin, and the curdling ferment are wholly wanting. Faecal impaction has been found to simulate perforation, but here the symptoms subside on emptying the rectum; these cases occur especially in children and a continuous diarrhoea soon ensues, and often leads to a correct diagnosis of the cause of the trouble; a leucocytosis in children may occur, but is of little significance, as it is often well marked in the absence of any active inflammation. Sevestre, of Paris, wdio will also preside over the Section of Pediatrics. A BUILDING is to be constructed at the State Agricultural College, Lansing, to be used exclusively for bacteriological and The Memoirs and Letters of Sir James Paget, edited by his son, Mr. With the size of the lake and the volume of the river the chances of harm decrease, of course; but they stay chances still. But if the individval be free from any renal difficulty, the rheumatic attack may not be fully generated, but disturbances of nutrition or in the assimilative balances may ensue, with chorea as a result. Remlinger, a graduate of the University of Lyons, and formerly a mg medical officer of the French army, has been appointed director of the Antirabic Institution of Constantinople. After remaining for two hours exposed to the atmosphere, the surface of the blood exposed, changed to a bright red arterial hue. The following are some of the features of interest in tuberculous adenitis: at the bifurcation of the bronchi, or those of the mesentery, may be alone (b) The tendency to spontaneous healing. The temperature of the warm bath may vary from spas, whether the waters are indifferent or mineralized, the warm bath is more commonly used than the cold; the use of the latter, being more strictly confined to the Warm baths are mainly indicated in the weakly conditions following convalescence from acute disease, in muscular rheumatism, in chronic articular rheumatic affections in uterine and ovarian diseases, in the nervous exhaustion following alcoholism, tobacco and opium poisoning, sexual excesses, or overwork.
I have often wondered why teachers in the large medical colleges did not refer students to the riding-schools for recreation and instruction during their student days, and not allow the fellows to go out into country practice with no knowledge of horsemanship, to be victims of unprincipled dealers, and pay so much, and" We have a man here giving lessons to physicians in driving. This treatment is assuredly reasonable, but it ought to be limited. Offers of kindness were proffered by all these gentlemen, for which, in my verdancy, I felt exceedingly obliged, as my entire earthly possessions at that time consisted of a few medicines, a slender collection of medical books, surgical instruments cash. The evening before the anthelmintic is given, one ounce of magnesium sulphate is administered, then an enema, and the of magnesium sulphate is given, after which no food should be taken all day. Found the patient in bed, not then in pain, but the ountenance pale and anxious, temperature not much increased, abdomen not hot or distended, hut sensitive on pres sure, pulse sixty, regular and soft; a tumor detected about the angle formed bv the ascending and transverse colon, no stools for five days, had vomited only once. The woman sometimes develops a little temperature, and the doctor thinks he must use the syp curette. In the moderately increased division ratecaused by egg albumin and muscle proteid the average size of the cells was noticeably increased.
The symptoms whii h are helieved to characterize the uric-acid diathesis have already heen hrii'ily treated of under the section on irrejruhir gout, and the (piestion of diet and exercise has also heeu there considered. In a severe case a breast fed baby has a much better chance of recovery with good sight than has a bottle fed baby, consequently we need some arrangement by which the baby can have the two things most needful, hospital care and its mother to nurse it. Clinically, as time passed, certain men devoted themselves exclusively to the eye, and to the oral and nasal passages.
There is no positive support for making statements about the duration of the ganglion-cell degeneration, but the impression is conveyed that the process is an exceedingly slow and gradual one. Widely distributed throughout all parts of the world, it probably presents everywhere the same essential characteristics, and is everywhere an index of the sanitary intelligeiK'e of a communitv.
I'.hiod is a most apjiear in the" wash injj;s. There is so much competition in the different Sections for good papers, interesting discussions, and the like, that anyone who may be present is asked to contribute, and ofttimes members of the Academy must stand aside to give those who have the assurance to go ahead a better chance.