In the paroxysms of spasm or convulsions, the body is frequently bent backward by the predominant force of the posterior muscles of the trunk; and, in extreme cases, the body forms tlie arc of a circle, resting on the head and sacrum, and sometimes on the head and heels. Upon the return of consciousness, these symptoms are followed by marked impairment of strength, weariness upon making any physical or mental effort, succeeded by total incapacity for any kind of business. A large extravasation in a lower situation, giving rise to complete paraplegia with cystitis and bed-sores, is often fatal after a duration more or less protracted.
These views are founded chiefly on the relations of the sympathetic system to the vaso-motor nerves, as shown by experimental observations on inferior The accumulation of lead within the system may give rise to partial and even general paralysis, but, as a rule, the paralysis due to this cause is local. Similarly, a purulent ophthalmitis might produce a purulent meningitis without any direct continuity, but it did not ptoduce a purulent choroiditis of the opposite sennon side. The same is true of all other alba chemical elements.
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Purgatives and other perturbating remedies, under these circumstances, will only tend to hasten the fatal termination.
The head louse (Pediculus capitis) is also capable of transmitting the disease, and the fact that the body louse is not found here does not weaken my conviction that the louse was the means of transmission Flying insects, such as the mosquito or fly, may safely be ruled out as possible transmitting agents, as the disease remained restricted to Especial Reference to Transmission by the Head-Louse (Pediculus Capitis), areas beyond which it would have been carried with certainty by such intermediaries. The data presented are both clinical and experimental. Side - in tetters, scald heads, soreness of the lips or nose, itch, and Various cutaneous eruptions in the hands, arms; scales, or The parts must be washed once a day with castile soap Take southernwood, rosemary, horehound, motherwort, marsh mallows, vervain, equal quantities; pound them well, and press out the juice through a coarse cloth, mix half a pound of the juice, with one pound of fresh butter, free from salt, then simmer gently till all the water is evaporated; if the butter cannot be got, deer suet the same way will answer. Five months afterward, at the card-table with his family, he was seized with coma and convulsions. Times, Non-specific ulceration of the bones of the The autogenous vaccine in the treatment of pulmonary ah tuberculosis.
Intoxication falling short of coma sometimes comes under the cognizance of the physician under circumstances in which the nature of the difficulty is not suspected by friends, as in women and children.
Friim the 20 College library were exhibited; Dr. We try to make our examinations fair and "effects" practicable, free from catch questions, and to represent a test that demands only such knowledge as any and every candidate ought to possess before offering his services in behalf of the sick or injured. However this may be, the definite fact remains that injection of antigens o r this second class into animals induces specific reaction bodies or antibodies in the plasma of the treated animal which can be shown to unite with the homologous antigen in vitro, and which probably do so in the body of the animal when the antigen is reinjected into a subject in which antibody formation has taken place. After destruction of the thalami and removal of the hemispheres, convulsions still occur. The author next attempts to show that varicosed aneurism can be readily distinguished in all cases, from all other forms of aneurisms, by the character of the sounds heard on auscultation (iulia). All the abdominal organs, especially 40 the liver and spleen, were covered with thick, callous peritoneum. Hot bran poultices, scalded with tab vinegar, to be applied to the throat, and renewed when cold. The needle should be inserted in every portion of the patch, the current olmy-a used varying from to remain fifteen seconds at ea(;h jjimcture. Hemorrhage in the form of a tumor (hematoma) may be the result of internal hemorrhagic spinal pachymeningitis.
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