When a part is over-nourished, there is usually, I said, an increase of bulk; but an excess of nourishment may go only to condensation;"and then you may not have a change of size, but only of consistence; and sometimes an organ which is partially overnourished, may be smaller than usual. This appears to be a true inflammation of the retina, differing from the foregoing affections in that it attacks the percipient elements, instead of the fibre-layer or the connective tissue of the membrane. It was founded upon sixty-one cases, in nearly all of which the urine was ascertained to be perfectly normal in quantity, specific gravity, and the absence of albumen, the latter being only occasionally present just before death. He felt proud to see amongst them one who, educated as a medical man, had been animated by a missionary spirit that had impelled him to leave his native land, with all its associations, and to carry the message of his Master to foreign lands. He thought affection of the bone was but one symptom of this disease: the bending of the ribs was the earliest symptom, because they were constantly in motion. At other times, again, morbid conditions obat were attributed to fermentation, with production of alkalies or acids in the body; and later on, when the contractile power of muscular fibre wu recognised, diseases were supposed to be due to spasm or atony. The dispensing or prescribing of these drugs in any form other than solution or ointment stronger than four per cent., constitutes a felony, and the mere possession of the drugs by unlicensed parties except when accompanied by the certificate of sale constitutes a misdemeanor. In right-sMe enlargement with pulmonary obstruction, the blockage may influence the vessels of the liver and the portal'system generally, so as to produce hsematemesis of melaena. In the blood of animals, as in cultures, it is found in translucid filaments more or less segmented. "Influenza and the Laws of England concerning Infectious Diseases." By TUEE. Are hematuria, and renal calculus or gravel. The word is now generally applied to the copious sweats and diarrhoea which occur in certain wasting A peculiar morbid product resembling in its characters glue or jelly, and found associated with cancer and other forms of new-groi-th. Governor Sulzer has asked the commission to continue its work, the subjects to be investigated to include the following: Establishment in medical colleges of courses in sanitary science; medical examination, at least of male applicants, as a condition to obtaining a marriage license; establishment in connection with New York, heads the commission. The superficial coldness of collapse, which is due to cessation of the peripheral circulation, must not be mistaken for the cadaveric coldness, for there is still an amount of internal heat which has to be parted with, and the body, cold to the touch Before death, may (ifter death rise in temperature, as the internal heat radiates.
The local inflammation which occurs, is by no means proportionate to the violence of the is local inflammation present, yet the latter is not at all in proportion to the former. Thuoc - in this way the sections of the Congress will meet in places near to each other and convenient for the transaction of business. Since this influence is beyond the control of the will, it would follow that the chief causes of the involuntary discharge of the fseces are to be found in those conditions which interfere with the normal tonicity of tile sphincter. Very rarely the pyrexia remains moderate in these circumstances, and such cases have been described by the name of' cerebral rheumatism.' There is generally great distress of mind in acute rheumatism; and in otlier than first attack", the previous experience of its protracted course and dangers, and the recollection of thepfunsnnd other sources of bodily discomfort greatly affect the patient, and produce an amount of anxiety which is almost characteristic of the disease (gastropin). It is to be remembered that it it a long time now since Dr. Davies reported sixty cases of the disease as existing in the asylum, the outbreak being confined to one of the houses in which the little girls were lucked. See Cutis penduia and MoiLusctw. The family estate remained to the boy, who, under the care of Laud, became rapidly a scholar of first promise.
FREQUENCY OF THE OCCURRENCE OF SCOLIOSIS. Thomas's Hospital, described by Dr. They report experimental work and clinical experience which showed it to be in many respects superior to the methods of sterilization now in vogue.