Bleeding was usually great, whether the ronguer forceps to gnaw off monogen the projections, or other means of enucleation, were used. There were As might be expected in this age group the number of females listed as housewives As an index to the place of residence of persons over forty-five who died from tuberculosis the County of Marion and the City of Indianapolis were studied. A recent release from that department carries the rather astounding information that the loss of earning power, plus the expense of treating and caring for more than twenty-one thousand cases of blindness due to syphilis, amounts to more than ten million dollars annually. It must be remembered, he says"'That two factors must be present in order that a primary inflamation of the meninges may be produced. On theoretical grounds formula American pediatrists have adopted almost a uniform rule to give milk sugar, unless some special abnormal contra-indication exists. These at least are among the principal changes to be found in the lungs of persons who die of consumption; and they are all, as I have already stated, more or less gradually produced in the course of repeated paroxysms of general remittent disorder. And though each individual is also re-created by its parents, under the influence of their environment and efforts, yet the balance struck between the forward reaching heredity and the backward reaching re-creation is much nearer the present than the past.
Acne - in a recent issue of the Scotsman, one of the leading Scottish newspapers, published in Edinburgh, there appeared an interesting pair of adver tisements.
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These waters are claimed to correct nocturnal eneuresis in children, by removing some source of irritation. Its proximal attachment is thus at the centre or axis of the motion of the joint, and it may spread out fan-wise over portions of the distal bone.
If given in somewhat larger doses, the bromine ion depresses the sensory side of the spinal cord; whether or not there is an effect upon the perceptive centres in the cerebrum is uncertain. Envelop the affected half of the scrotum in a square of gauze, encircle the upper pole of the testicle with the thumb and index fingers, pressing the testicle into the bottom of the scrotum.
With progressing methods of control of hemorrhage and absorbable sutures, the rubber ligatures about the cervix to check hemorrhage and the use of silver wire sutures in the uterus, practiced originally by Sanger, were gradually abandoned.
It possible "for" for syphilis to be transmitted from father possible for a healthy mother to be infected from a fetus resulting from spermatic infection of the bear a syphilitic child infected by the father without becoming infected herself? He considers the evidence in regard to this from clinical, microbiological, and serological viewpoints, and concludes that there is not sufficient evidence to justify the renunciation of the doctrine of paternal transmission. However, I was impressed by the fact that she was still mildly withdrawn and shy, in spite of the fact that the family according to weekly reports has been carrying on her work in a normal and happy manner. Now, Sir James Graham has expre.-sed himself very strongly against doing anything which should be injurious to the College: although he has given a favourable answer to the representation from the new Association, there can be little doubt that if he saw sufhcient grounds for obtaining a charter from Her Majesty to form a new body, he would consider them more than sufficient for desiring one which should have the effect of merely changing in some respects that body in favour of which he feels so strongly. Tuberculosis of the ear had not involved the brain at time of operation but patients died some months later of general infection.