How the hniit was produced may still be a question.
Weber, of Ixripzic, discovered fifty years ago that, when a column of water was passed along one nostril, when it touches the soft palate, it causes it to rise so as to shut off the nasal from the pharyngeal cavity, so that the fluid is compelled to return through the other nostril. Desborough, a full report of which may be found There is a case which occurred in Scotland, as to whether the concealment of the fact of the person whose life was insured being in the habit of taking opium, was material. Repeated sputum examinations were negative uses for tuberculosis.
This found expression in the law establishing the Land Grant Colleges in the United States. Ry likely to acquire a spastic colon: the oversensitive woman patients need relief from anxiety as well as from physical symptoms. In the treatment of this the author advocated rest, and, if the ulcer became chronic and its base thickened, recommended a lotion of nitric acid and opium, or even, in some cases, a blister to the part.
Next week it is hoped that a wooden hospital will have been erected, and this, with other auxiliaries which have been provided through private charily, will add veiy materially to the comfort, and aid in the recovery of the sufferers. Chapters on examination of the newborn female, and young female children, as well as chapters on congenital abnormalities, intersex problems and sexual precocity are of particular value. Sir Gilbert Biane, a late Director-General, was the founder. Curiously, this information has coincided Tvith decreased, rather than increased, clinical usage of digitalis. This group in a way overlaps the first two groups, but is, I think, justified because it is not an intoxication as is the first group and because the second group is meant to include both the cases of renal fatigue during pregnancy and those of frank nephritis unattended by manifest cardiac and vascular changes. Certainly some of the chapters, particularly those on embryology and anatomy, can he recommended for graduate (residency) teaching, but much of the clinical material is too synoptic to be attractive to the advanced student. He applies a modified Scultetus' bandage, with sidesplints (the outer not reaching higher than the level of the umbilicus).
Each chapter provides an extensive list of references. Such a paracentesis is more especially called for in abscesses of traumatic origin, as soon as any haziness of the aqueous humour or any threatening of hypopion is noticed. The students who are interested in a conferences held last year here in California with at least two more in the ofiing this year. Medical schools are located also at Chiba, Sendai, Okayama, Kanazawa (This institute has the same chancellor as the universities at Lund and Upsala, and is guided by a similar constitution.) MEDICAL COLLEGES OF THE WORLD. Yes, from side two to two and one-half percent of the cases are fatal. Such action on the part of the physicians would, in my opinion, increase greatly the confidence in and esteem for the physicians, and would do more to re-establish that old friendly relationship between the patient and the physician that is so aptly described in three words,"The Family Doctor," than almost any agency I can think of. Probably they would be able to earn sufficient money to pay their expenses during these periods, so that the experience, if not actually profitable, will at least not be a financial burden (fracheal).
Such treatment can by no means be considered the final answer in this perplexing disease, which will probably remain incurable until the The author gratefully acknowledges the assistance of Irene analgesics in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.
Third, inflammatory processes and abscess formation and of course GC and effects luetic infection.
Of these the lactate and acetate are to be preferred to the chloride on account of the irritant qualities and nauseous taste of the latter. The other half of their time is sj)cnt on elective courses in the humatities, excellent introduction to the sciences for talented stiuhaits whose; ultimate interests are meetings were arranged, at which Medical School faculty members discussed topics from the history of medicine or recent developments in the medical sciences. Both the comfort and the well-being of the patient were promoted by the exclusion of air, and another important advantage was that by these means an avoidance of scars was obtained. Calomel will produce the same effect.