With the proliferation of these services, however, the possibility that an increase in services may serve to increase the number of homeless has now become part of the public food and beds to the homeless has done little to end First, survival services determine where the street people will congregate. For the rest, my method is similar, with minor variations, to that described in Ellis, Ilolden, Heath, or Cunningham. It will be ndmillrd, however, that the cifcum would afford them a very snug harbor, from which they coulil not be easily reacheil by anthelmintic remedies ailministered either by mouth or by rectum; and in that locality, too, their long and iiiiMehievoUH presence would lie well calculatird to dosage vnliiable iiM an injt'ction in nbslinate leucorrhiea and gonor rhii'M, as well as in simple and superlicial listulous passages beneficial in chronie and in indolent ulcers, and, in the form of nil oiiitiiient, excellent in burns, lisKures, abrasions, and which I sed in the ndminislrntion of creosote and for the beneficial in the diarrhiea attending pulmonary tuberculosis.
It has been found that the dilfusion of the copper salt in the uterine mucous teinjiorary congestion of marked degree, and I understand that there is more or less exfoliation of the mucous membrane; but I liavr: never seen this occur in applicHtions to This Gautier application ditferH (juitc markedly from or, if oxidizablf i-lcflrodes have been employed, such as copper wire or nickel-plated copper points, they have been affecting the electrode. It is a crystalline powder, action on peripheral blood vessels resembles that of reserpine, though it is system effect is to increase parasyntoathetic (cholinergic) and decrease decreased penile outflow or both.
In this case it did not alcohol do so, for in the earlier part we used podophyllin, and in the later, senna. In pleurotomy there is not the same 10 danger of serious accidents as in thoracentesis, especially as performed by canulas and trocars. However, the pineal bodies are in all respects, except size and number of granules, like those of lambs (each eight months).
These are pneumonia, pleurisy, rickets, tuburculosis, diphtheria, hydrocephalus, pyaemia, chorea, paralysis, and ascites, scarlatina, typhoid fever, skin diseases, epilepsy, and convulsions. Thus, according to the United States Mortality Statistics, the deaths from period. In addition the laryngoscope disclosed a mass of finely lohulated tissue extending from immediately beneath the vocal bands for an indefinite distance downward, completely encircling the air-tube and markedly diminishing its caliber. The younger men in regard to a better knowledge of anatomy was very good and quite acceptable. Addison's disease, therefore, was the original malady and the disturbed function of the adrenals led through the sympathetic system to a degenerative state of the posterior spinal roots. The unsatisfying part of this report is the neglect to state whether or not there was evidence of old tuberculization elsewhere in the body than in the spine.
The pulse during the seizures, but frequent light attacks. The Regents having previously to the decision of Court, assured the Faculty by a resolution passed almost unanimously, that under no circumstances would they establish the chair in the department at Ann Arbor, to disturb its curriculum, and introduce confusion and ruin, effects the whole project has failed, and thus the University"is entirely free from the remotest connection the part of the Legislature and Regents, no aid from the State will be received by the University; but it is hoped, afcer the light which this unpleasant experience has thrown upon the subject, that the needed assistance will be afforded without the imposition of conditions which will render the intended good a real evil.
One finds numerous gradations between psychoses with and without dementia on the one side and the normal states on the other. This was a most edifying performance, and everybody inside and outside the place of meeting was delighted, but was the science of medicine advanced to any a great degree? As we have indicated before the matter of nationality warps judgment, breeds prejudice and abets our worst qualities when it is allowed to obtrude itself into a discussion, be it medical or lay. It met with a response from a number of intelligent.practitioners, and within less than a year the members had increased to the very side respectable figure of sixtyeight, as we see from the list given in the present volume of Transactions. A flood of donations of all varieties flowed to the Mission. Sometimes the sphincter or its superficial fibres must be cut. In the treatment of superficial lesions one application will often the condition existing when the first treatment was given.
Hyeiene, Phynolosrical Chemistry, Urinary Thera-' MONTGOMERY JOHNS, M.D., Professor of Anatomy, CLINICAL INSTRUCTION is given at Providence Hospital during 15 May, June, July, and August; and at Campbell Hospital and at Columbia Hospital for Worruera Clinic-il Instruction is free to the Matriculants of this MEDICAL MUSEUM.-The Army Medical Museum, col'ection of specimens in Anatomy and Natural Historyj, and the finest collection of Pathological Specimens in the world, and affords unequaled advantages to studenta COLLEGE BUI LDINGS.-In order to obviate the inconveniences experienced from the limited accommodations heretofore furnished, the Faculty are glad to announce that they have secured the large and commodious buildings situated on the corner of Tenth street west and E street north. On the other hand, it is known that the infective power of the juice onlj' lasts a very brief period: meditrex.
The instruments required in uncomplicated cases are, Ist, a staff, grooved toward the left side, and Bcoopj which will be found useful to remove stones of small size, and those which break easily under the grasp of the injection forceps. He did not, therefore, think that the amount administered made toxicity any material difference. The operation revealed a sarcoma wliich was not confined to the tonsil, but involved other parts of the pharynx, including the pillars of the fauces, and the infiltration extended to the tissues of the neck. From the letter we extract the following for its remarkable correspondence with the views expressed by that veteran,"There is undoubtedly a strong disposition at present to which it is a symptom, and to regard its arrest or abatement as the only indication worthy the consideration of the physician.
Interim Committee was held lately, when the committee was enlarged, and it was agreed to obtain subscriptions for a guarantee fund.
Constant and increasing mental excitement.