An occasional complication is urticaria, denoted by the characteristic elevations on the skin, or wheals, which present a deeper yellowness than the surrounding integument, and occasion intense pruritus. Instead of dying, the unhappy victim (who is usually unaware of the existence of such a cause) onlydrags out years of wretched invalidism; and, at last, if removed from the injurious influence, is only ruined The symptoms of poisoning from arsenical wallpaper are quite various. Thus a particular cysticercus found within the liver of the rat, if eaten by the cat, is developed into the kind of tapeworm frequently found in the intestine of the latter; and the ova from this tapeworm received into the body of the rat give rise to the kind of cysticercus found in the liver of this animal. In other cases something more than indigestion is involved in the parthology. ISI'ationality crops out as much in the dissection of a leg as in the cut of a coat. He remembered in the old days that efforts were made to stop the epidemic of plague in Hong Kong, but at Canton, where nothing of the sort was being done, it stopped a fortnight sooner than in Hong Kong. I might say the same for silver, arsenic, copper, and The tablet action of salts of silver in making the conjunctiva blue when applied as a lotion, and in making the skin permanently blue when it has been taken as medicine, shows how substances enter and act chemically in the textures. Apathy and stupor are common symptomB, but coma and eonvulsione ftre tbe serious pbases in tbis condition. But when he repeated the injections at intervals, even in different localities, the tissues at the sites of the latest injections became inflamed and suppurated or sloughed.
When expelled from the cyst, the parasites of the gastric liquids upon the muscular tissue and the cyst, they pass from the stomach into the intestinal canal, and immediately begin to grow rapidly, attaining to three or four times their former size; they acquire fully developed generative organs, copulate, and, at the end of a week, the female parasites their way rapidly to the different muscles throughout the body. The Hebrew race seems peculiarly zincold predisposed, while the colored race is apparently exempt.
If a figure is traced in this way, no change is at first apparent, but in one fourth to one half a minute the irritated part begins to grow gradually pale; the paleness quickly reaching its maximum, remaining thus for a little time, and then very gradually disappearing. And perhaps the interests of the Society would be better subserved if we should spend three days here instead of two. Following the same course of reasoning as in the former cases, we must consider whether this change of form is caused by some affection of the parietes, or of the contents of the peritoneal cavity.
It seems very important not to have a small time limit in considering return cases.
Tiiis was observed repeatedly aiter active exercise, and during exposure to great heat in taking a Turkish bath. Endowed with most of the qualifications principally in request, there was one which Sir Henry found it convenient to keep back. So long as the feverishness is of moderate intensity, during the first week following the operation, the patient being at the same time free from pain, and the dressing being in a satisfactory condition, it may be confidently assumed that the case is progressing favorably; but if the temperature remain high after the sixth or seventh day, or if it re-ascend after temporary cessation of the legitimate traumatic fever, there is reason to fear the existence of some complication, which will generally be found to be due to some defect of the dressing, original or acquired.
Tlie father belonged to a family line, in the mining regions of Dolheim, Prussia, that had intermarried for several generations. He had also a cough, attended with muco-purulent expectoration. A dedicatory hymn, composed for the occasion by the Rev. But it has been witnessed in a slight degree during the summer time in northern Europe, and among so many persons at a time as to be ex called epidemic. I have known opium to be taken, habitually, in large doses, for several months, for vomiting and diarrhcea, the urine being loaded with albumen, and the dropsy very great, and, so far from its being injurious, life was apparently prolonged by its use. Retention of urine is not uncommon. The rich development of new connective tissue around the shrunken glomeruli may be especially noticeable. Later, massage and electricity should be employed. The requirements for good ventilation in a school are, that the air shall be furnished in a fresh volume feet) hourly to each scholar. Smaller bodies, the result of minute antenatal hemorrhages, may syrup also persist after birth. If he be unskilled, and introduces them by violence, then woe be to the I once heard, thirty years ago, one of the most eminent men in the profession, who bore the name of the learned and distinguished gentleman whose essay we have just heard, say you will remember him perhaps; he was physically enfeebled, and sat in his chair, and with his large expressive eyes looking how much damage can be done by their.
The physicians in attendance, called asclepiadae, instituted a systematic course of medical instruction, embracing three distinct grades.