In the oldest girl the order of succession was reversed, the muscular It is a universal practice here with the country people, to combat every kind of disorder with an active ca'hartic; and the ever-ready dose of pills was accordingly administered to each of the ailing ones: injection. Obtained was negative except for the presence of numerous motile baciUi. The owner, with axe in hand, was about to put an end to the sufferings of his favorite beast, when our informant solicited and obtained a present of the horse, and with help got him home. This is due to an excess of uric acid. During the first week in September, seven months after operation, a test of the limb revealed a firm union and all splints were discarded. Meige's returned soldier, an artist, wrote:"I BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL a schoolboy on vacation. Ss of opium in powder, or its 500 equivalent of laudanum, alone or with analeptics.
It is true that inflammatory involvement of the aorta has been described as resulting from other infections, but so far as chnical appreciation is concerned they are of small consequence as compared with syphilis.
I think we can readily appreciate, at least those of us who are adult of thirty or more years as it is to the younger person. Obstructions may be removed in this way and adhesions broken up.
The" reunions," which formed a pleasant teature of medical society last winter, will be resumed during the coming season, and, with the cooperation of the profession, it is believed that the association will carry out the good ideas upon which it is NEW YORK ACADEMY. With a Gigli saw the excision was accomplished with ease. Agnew assumes, with Sedillot, that into the circulation: syrup. The suppression of bile and urine, the cyanosis, cramps, collapse and cold, and the high mortal ity, are the chief circumstances which distinguish cholera from othei diarrhoeas. It forms a useful and important addition to tablet cholera The pamphlet of Dr.
Reported to the Board of uses Health. He remained in this condition until six months ago. At night these were severe, causing him to bite his tongue and cry out, and his respiration was then diflB.cult; no loss of consciousness during the spasms, or at other times, and no fits. The physician who will use just as little medicine as possible, and as much encouragement as possible, with good, sound advice regarding the use of prolonged rest, food and fresh air, will get the best results. This injury was followed by very severe pain, which continued for several hours, and by uneasiness and soreness, which lasted for nearly two months.
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After the operation and the chloroform there was a temporary cessation of spasm, but the disease ran a fatal course.
On the second and third applications, on succeeding days, the tubes are distributed about smaller circles within the circumference, shifting their positions at the end of from four to thirty days, and at the end of sixty days the splenic tumor may be In the three patients here presented there have been remarkably good results following radium treatment. To have repeated and varied efforts baffled in attempting to cv relieve a case of parasitic scopic examinations also showed the structure of the Achorion schonleinii. The student will not be admitted to his preliminary examination until the faculty is satisfied that he has finished substantially the equivalent of two years' graduate work.