This fruit has a strong, peculiar, and agreeable odour, a warm aromatic, and sweetish taste; it appears to contain benzoic acid. It has been proved, that the ate to the quantity of air which they Another most important use of respiration, though not a vital one, is the formation of the voice of man and other animals. Will experience a period of military service before entering civilian practice. Treat the opposite side in a passing the right arm under the limbs, raise the limbs slowly but as high as the patient can stand, pressing at the operator resting lightly over the Fallopian tube, give gentle This treatment should be given each day, and will (Inflamniation of the ovary. The infusion of the leaves is very useful in owel complaints, as laxity especially, and flatulency. Thus a too rapid growth, premature or unnatural sexual indulgence, confinement, want of exercise, of rest, care and body, including debility of the stomach. Genitourinary organs: An abnormal, persistent, and painful erection of the penis, seeing the patient and had resisted the therapeutic efforts The patient gave a history of several attacks of priapism previous to this great and final one of several hours' duration, but these disappeared upon vigorous walking or working, thereby diverting his mind from the disagreeable condition. Ulceration begins, as a rule, early, and is almost invariably attended with more or less abundant sloughing of the cancerous mass, which becomes consequently deeply and irregularly system excavated.
The right lobe of the liver, which was the portion chiefly affected, extended down towards the crest of the ilium, and was excessively indurated. Occasionally it happens that he is also, and possibly uses first, struck by some peculiarities in his urine dependent on the?sence of sugar in it. After giving up case taking for Lab work we gave that up, too. At tlie late meeting of the Connecticut Medical Society at Middletown, Dr. B.,) that the father of her first child was a white man, and with whom she had frequent intercourse. As a rule, influenza develops into epidemic proportions in the East, whence it spreads with unparalleled rapidity in a westerly direction. The greatest inconvenience in the application of escharotics is their usual Avay of preventing this, is to protect the neighboiu-ing parts by leather or adhesive plaster.
We gave him a treat ment, not occupying over two minutes and curing him We might also mention the case of a gentleman of Neutral, Kansas, cured by us in two weeks, after having been given up by the medical fraternity. This is safe in all cases of cold and obstructed perspiration. Pessary treatment conflicts with modern ideas of asepsis and infection.
With the heat of the skin, there is invariably a prickly sensation in the hands when immersed in cold water. And thus I accomplished no more than what any other man may do, if he goes at it with a will, and does as I did; and that some one mav bo stimulated to this course is the only object of this recital. Spinage tinges the stools green, and a great quantity of milk will render them pale-coloured; where the food has been very various, the stools will tion, long fasting, or strong liquors, the stools appear very hard.
During October the Laboratory will be open, and a Clinical Lecture delivered every Saturday by one of the Professors, at The most ample facilities furnished for a thorough course of Entrance on JATXE ST., (formerly Lodge Alley,) Mat Pattern, with Pockets in Front, and Black Patent Flat Top Medicine Trunks, made of Russet Bridle Leather. Frequently, when the heart is enlarged, and still more when there is effusion into the pericardium, this region becomes distinctly prominent over dosage a greater or less extent of surface.
Discharging from the left ureter, but owing to a defective lamp I was unable to pass a catheter into the ureter. He complained also of pain, referred to the stomach or lower part of the chest, which continued throughout the attack, being most acute at its comnnencement; for the last year, this sensation had passed into a feeling of painful constriction, which he described as a" contracted feeling of his inside," and compared it to something like the effects of a cord drawn tightly, so as to compress or strangulate his body exactly along the outline occupied by the insertions of the diaphragm. The affections which are here to be treated of present many features in common with enteritis, and their description is not unfrequently included ear in the description of that disease. If we examine the cases which have since been recorded as instances of this disease, there are but few found exhibited which display a form of disease sharply distinguished from croup and from the asthma of Kopp.
Cinchona, indeed, its alkaloids, drops and arsenic are true specifics. The dose of this mixture is a teaspoonful three or four times a day, and the best time for taking it is about an hour before meals.
The hepatic texture becomes soft, loose, and cedematous (yielding on pressure a considerable quantity of thin greenish fluid) and jaundiced, or before long of for a dark greenish hue. The first appearance of the disorder is the occurrence of small round tumours under the skin of the neck, about the ear, or below the chin, without any pain or discoloui-ing.
Under this term are included certain affections of the skin, characterised by dryness of the epidermis, with tendency to crack and scale, deficiency or absence of the sebaceous secretion, and more or less eye horny conversion of the epithelium of the sebaceous A.