I hope the convention will appoint a committee to draw up some measure in this connection, either following the Ontario idea or bringing to light a new one. Before taking up the treatment of scoliosis, I do not think it amiss to call general attention to the pernicious effect of long and continued school hours, without intermission for play or calisthenics, and also the improper furnishing of school houses with benches, chairs, and desks of a regulation size, witliout regard to the varying sizes of the pupils, and consequently without any regard for their comfort and well being. The best bed for this age is an ordinary iron bedstead, with firm and level wool and hair mattresses; not spring beds, which do not adapt themselves so well to light bodies, or keep them uniformly warm. Over-stimulation of the organs of hearing by excessive noise, of the eyes by bright dazzling light, or disturbance of sight by rapid cross movements of objects, cause cerebral uneasiness, and generally more or less mental bewilderment. Bednar's apldhce (aphthce of the palate plaques pterygoidiennes). Most important and practical consequences link themselves with the asserted connection between the murrain in cattle and tuberculosis in man. In cases connected with the cessation of the menstrual function, the absorption of the effused blood often appears to be promoted by the careful administration of iodide of potassium, which should usually be combined with ammonio-citrate of iron, or with some other suitable tonic, and care should always be taken to maintain a moderately relaxed condition of the bowels.
Those exceedingly wise men, who, in their own estimation, control the destinies of organizations and shape their course, but who, in political parlance, are generally called" wire-pullers," might be seen gliding about the halls and into the side rooms, but a little more quietly as the conviction gradually forced itself upon their minds that they were not the pivotal center of the universe. The external blood-vessels are empty; and the fleshy parts are as pale as if the "plus" animal had beea bled to death. The experimental evidence hitherto adduced on this point is so hopelessly- contradictory that no conclusion can be safely deduced from it. In them, too, conscious attention to the act of breathing is apt to arrest the action of the diaphragm.
On reaching a ward in the Elizabeth Hospital, he became utterly prostrate, and remained insensible for half-an-hour. As the symptoms at this time seemed stationary, concluded to resort to electricity, and as we are warned that the galvanic current may sometimes produce disagreeable effects, such as cerebral congestion, etc. On the question of (he more radical operations for caiuvr of the uliTus. The gouty character of the inflammation is affirmed by the discovery of uratic concretions in the rim of the ear or elsewhere. That all public institutions be required to"transmit'to the Board of Health the names and addresses of all persons suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis within seven days of the time when such persons first come under observation.
Unilateral paralysis of the palate is often associated with paralysis of the vocal cord on the same side, and often with paralysis and wasting of the same side of the tongue.
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(g) Lastly, it must be remembered that it is POSTUEE. As a rule these pustules disoharge and dry up without causing further trouble, but in some exceptional cases they may be followed by constitutional symptoms or the part with cotton-wool, to hasten the drying from those arising without known cause, may form as a consequence of exposure to post-mortan poisons. In eighty cases out of one hundred, where castration is practised, the prostate The Nephritis and Albumin in the urine after vaginal hysterectomy is due to the wounding of the hypozotic plexus and ovarian plexus, and the irritation is reflected into the renal plexus, disturbing the kidney. Esses have nothing singular in their The seventh vertebra of the neck differs from the rest chiefly in having its spinous process of a greater length, so that, upon this account, it has been sometimes called in number, are of a middle size, between the cervical and lumbar vertebrae; the upper ones gradually losing their resemblance to ihose of the neck, and the lower ones coming nearer to those of the loins. The child was not cyanased, but did not respire at first; but after tickling in the mouth and slapping with wet cloths, in a moment' it began to respire, and regular respiration was soon established. The removal of the empty steel breech plate which had contained the cartridges, and the substitution of a full one, only occupied five seconds. They have inj an acrid, pungent taste, and, whm bruised, this pungency shews its volatility by powerfully affecting the organs of smell. Of the latter, measles in the first place, and enteric fever in the second, are much the most frequent precursors.
Undoubtedly the greatest boon that has come during recent years to the Union.