Jacob Bigelow, whose later writings repeat and emphasize the same idea. It filled up, however, a larger space than it appears to do in the plate, for the lateral ventricle on that side was distended by a quantity of serous fluid, which ran out when the ventricle w r as punctured; and then the surface of that side of the brain sank down, and collapsed. Hereafter some medical Newton will arise, and reduce all these apparently complicated phenomena under one simpler law. The question whether wounds remain sterile after an operation will be considered under dressings. Sulphuric acid mixed with some substance like saffron, lampblack, asbestos or sulphate of zinc, was considerably used at one time; it makes a dry, black crust that is rapidly cast off, but it seems to be inferior to the alkaline caustics. He is the first consulted; and when he deems a disease amenable to surgical treatment his opinion is sought as to the surgeon who can safely be trusted. In brain abscess it is constantly low: in meningitis a high temperature prevails, while in septic thrombosis a characteristic In the last-mentioned disease this remittent type of fever is a very important danger signal, for at times, especially in children, it may be actually the As a rule severe rigors and chills will be associated.
The rule seems to be that, in most cases, more and more must lie taken to keep up the full influence of the drug, hut thai a point is ultimately rc.iched beyond which it is impossible to go: composition.
This is so much the case that from the enlarged gland we can predict the severity of the symptoms and from the symptoms the size of the gland; the more pronounced the symptoms the larger the gland, the flatter the dullness, and vice versa. He says that the leucocytic curve follows the temperature very closely. It is possible, however, that syphilis was contracted before marriage, as the development of paretic dementia may be delayed for a number of years after a syphilitic infection. The Chancellor and medicine Senate of the new Royal University of Ireland ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS IN IRELAND. She had no expectoration; effects no night-sweating.
IJI in charge of a branch tablets practice. The popular fad of semiimdity for young children in summer calls for the sternest condemnation. Before removal, it was from two to three inches in diameter, hard, irregular, and nodular; the nipple was retracted slightly; and the skin over the growth side was purplish, firmly adherent, and unbroken. State the effects of its complete paralysis. Of no cases occurring in benefits connection with the building of the Brooklyn Bridge, greatest importance. This is undoubtedly due to the infectious character of the Most thoughtful men are convinced that public provision for the segregation and isolation of at least those suffering from tuberculosis who are willing to accept it, is necessary and desirable.
Without advice, the father relief. Erb found that many of his patients were benefited by wearing on the arms, for several hours daily, a simple galvanic element, such as a zinc and copper plate, united by wire, and under it a moist piece Gowers has much less confidence in electricity, especially in the spasmodic form of the disease, and is probably right when he says if the patient goes on writing electricity has not the slightest influence on the disease. Churchill, at the bedside of a lady who was in the commencement of the second stage of labour, inthinking when he w as thus enabled Hcemorrhage may occur without any previous acceleration of the pulse; but, in a long experience, I have never seen it permanently quickened during labour and not subsiding to its normal rale in the interval between the pains, especially if this continued after deliver)' in any instance in which hemorrhage did not follow unless obviated by timely In every case of natural labour in which we had any reason to anticipate post parltim hjemorrhage, the membranes should be ruptured before the full dilatation of the os uteri, so as to allow the womb to contract firmly on the body of the child. Motor agraphia must also be distinguished from sensory. Vasomotor neuroses of the vessels of the labyrinth have been held responsible. His differentiation as well as many other elements influencing the prognosis, such as location of perforation, resistance of patient, length of time from onset of infection, are to be taken into consideration,Tnd as far as available should be applied that the bulk of his cases would be included in to the extent of the process has been so confusing, grades in aildition to tin; de.icriplive terms of each, to distinguish it from circumscribed, and"supjntrative" in contradistinction to serous. The influence of sewer-gas in the production of diphtheria has not always received price the attention it deserves; and it seems, therefore, important to chronicle well-authenticated cases which seem to have no other cause than the introduction of drain-air into the houses invaded by the disease. In the first of these years internal antipyretics were used to a moderate, in the second to a less, extent; in the third very rarely, and only when the temperature seemed in itself to be productive of discomfort to the patient. The worms possess active motility and not infrequently wander from their proper habitat, either up or down the canal and perhaps into some of the collateral passages.
Lanceolata, dre panidotcenia lanceolata.) One instance of a human being infested by this species is reported by Zschokke this country. In accordance with these views of its origin, they propose to cure hydrocephalus, by redressing the faulty condition of the digestive organs.