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These tend to maintain a condition of chronic irritation, which should be corrected, not only because they prolong the treatment of the hay fever, but al.so because they endanger the integrity of the ear and other neighboring parts and the system in general. In all but phlegmatic adults, I insist on general anesthesia, with the patient in the laparotomy position, to be follovvcd by rest in bed. It may be possible to utilize both methods with advantage; The Treatment of Lateral in Curvature. More recently a mixed or a triple vaccine had complaint of disturbance had followed tlvan after the simple antityphoid hindi vaccination and the agglutination values obtained had been good. The chief diagnostic symptom of cortical hemianopsia is vi'hat is known as vision nulle, that is, although the patient knows he has a blind area in each field, he is unconscious of it. To the medical profession they will not look in vain, but doctors sv as a class are not rich. If it is found difificult to push back the peritonjeum sufficiently iMcBurney's gridiron incision may be added, thus forming a flap which gives access to the entire ureter from its point of crossing with the iliac vessels to the bladder. Among other agencies may be mentioned the establishing of park,"the lungs of a city," of playgrounds; throwing open the school yard for a play ground on Saturdays, holidays, and during vacations; the estabUshing of public baths, ol fresh air farms for the children of the- poor, oi vacation lodges for working girls, of babies' dispensaries where not only medicine but good milk can be obtained at a nominal charge or free, of courses of lectures in the higher grades of schools where girls and their mothers can learn how to?pend their money economically for nutritious foods, how to cook it and why cleanliness in the house is essential to health.
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CHARACTER OF THE RIVER AND SPRING price WATER. In most cases a little manipulation will secure the fragment; at the worst, it plus will bo possible to seize tissue so close to it that it can be seen to move with the blades. In its vicinity had important institutions of learning in Europe. Renal calculi give a typical history and may be detected by the x rays. Paul, Griffith, Frederic, New York forte City, Sandehson, S.
But our clinical recognition was little more than a mere suspicion, as it had not been confirmed by a pathological demonstration on the cadaver as in the on beriberi, was not able to adduce a single autopsy on a case of beriberi in a nursing infant, undoubtedly because there had been no opportunity to perfomi one. For reasons which it would be unprofitable to inquire into now, that hospital was discontinued after a comparatively brief career, and since then there has not been in New York an institution quite Qomparable to it, though there has not been such a dearth of teaching in neurology here as might be inferred from the lack of one. The argument was, that if the cause was known the remedy should not be far off. My headache object is not to suggest any modification in the accepted dosage and rate of administration, but rather to reinforce, with the aid oi direct evidence, the warning, which has already been sounded from other quarters, against the indiscriminate and unguarded use of emetine beyond the limits which expert observation has laid down for its employment with S. It seems to me that the varied opinions are due to the too loose use of the term"mental defective." I believe this term should be reserved for those graver cases which are due to congenital defects of the brain and its functions, to those cases which from birth show little or no development of their mental faculties. For example, the visceroptosia, as I have repeatedly emphasized, arise in central defects which can and should be radically corrected by enhancing the vital index through attention to the inherent fountains of force." agencies exercising supjxirt which is supplied by collateral and external structures.