This, like the former variety, occurs chiefly in individuals suffering from depraved constitutions. The teachings of English experience are must be at least double that for the other insane, although a great deal of work can be expected of both sentence are kept in prison, as a rule, until their term of punishment is nearly over, partly because Broadmoor is so lull that new buildings would need to be put up for them if they were sent there, and partly because it is thought desirable to keep them where the life is most like punishment, and to prevent as far as possible attempts at simulation. Further, the contents of a granule were placed in sterilized solutions and in isinglass jelly, and the development of the microbion watched. What should we call the disease whose history we gave above in the idisence of an autopsy? There are but three diseases which, in the light of the symptoms, come in for a share of consideration: Leucocythcmia has to be excluded for the following reasons: tiiere was no excessive (relative) production of leucocytes, which is the chief element of the disease; the blood, when examined, had not the characteristic appearance of leucMmia, that is, a i)ale, pus-like col or but, on the contrary, was red and natural looking; furthermore, tlie anajmia came on after the development of the glandular tumors, whereas in leucieniia it precedes the glandular enlargement. I gave him in water one drop of" trinitrin. Large masses of tissue should not be hastily caught up with the forceps during this period of the operation. The average mortality of children under five years old, in the three summer months for the last six years in the city of Boston, has been of deaths of children is less in tlie latter period than it was in the former, though the population has increased twenty per cent. The nurse, who had seen eclampsia, syncope, apoplexy, and hysteria, was badly frightened, for she said the symptoms were different from any she had encountered. It is evident, therefore, that one of the first requisites for the diet of a patient affected with skin disease is that the food shall be easily digested. I.speak of the first degree only when illustrating the triple method From "czs" the external region affected we infer, let us say, that there is a lesion of the motor, anterior, part of the internal capsule; that is the anatomical part of the clinical problem. I further explained that it primarily caused an increase of the general susceptibility or excitability, coincident with a decided diminution of the vital affinity by which the tonicity of the tissues and the atomic movements are controlled. All attempts at inoculation of the disease failed, and it does not ai)pear to be contagious.
For many years experimenters have busied themselves with the attempt to inoculate the lower animals after innumerable failures to inoculate these animals with syphilitic material from human subjects, it was deemed possible that the monkey might be a more favorable object for the purpose, because of his greater resemblance to the human animal. The attack was so severe that he had to he taken home in a w.igon, arriving in a very weak condition.
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The throat may be wrapped in flannel, though it is not necessary to apply petroleum or hog's fat, or any of the other popular domestic remedies. The more you think of the long-continued and close iixation of the eyes upon the printed page, diseased condition of the eye known as myopia is so veiy prevalent? Wells, in his treatise upon diseases of the eye, says," The seeds of short-sightedness are frequently sown in childhood, and ihcri; can be no doubt that the degree of myopia is often greatly increased during childhood by long-continued study, more especially by insufficient illumination and a faulty construction of the tables or desks at which the pupils study and write. In most cases the pustule, through which the matter was introduced into the animal, enlarges extremely, so as to produce an enormous swelling of the skin and tissues beneath The carcasses of such animals contain the contagious principle; those who handle the bodies or the hides run the risk of contracting the affection, if they happen to have any cuts or abrasions on the skin.
The subject of school hygiene is also discussed in its widest relationships, and matters concerning efficient administration and oriranisation are treated exhaustively.
In all presenting a vulvar aperture, price tliere is swelling with turgescence of the genit-il orifice; but the exhalation of blood appears to be mostly, if not entirely, in relation with and subordination to the evolution of the sexual organs, so that, in the lowest forms, it may be represented merely by an odorous mucous flux. This pain may be: very severe, causing the patient to" catch his breath" at every attempt to inspire; on the other hand, cases occur in which the Immediately following the chill, there occurs a fever, usually flushed, though not usually uniformly so, for there is apt to be an intense circumscribed redness of one or both cheeks, while the surrounding skin may be of rather dusky appearance. New forte Zealand, it may be stated, is taking a leading position in this business, and a regular monthly line is pro'jected.
Or condition in surgery or medicine calling for antiseptics or disinfectants, while minor conditions arc met by solutions of various strengths.
On that occasion it was unanimously resolved:--"That the Section, haWng regard of dwelling-houses, desires to express an emphatic condemnation of the system of building houses sf back-to-back, and to submit to the Council of the British Medical Association the desirability of lu-ging on the Government that a minimum amount of open space to the front and to the rear of all dwelling-houses should be required luider legishvtive enactment." Nor have the Local Government Board overlooked the question, for they instituted a partial inquiry as to the model code of by-laws they have practically excluded the system from regulation, by requiring that a certain amount of open space should be provided, both at the front and at the rear of every new domestic building. In using the electrode I cut a very thin layer of cotton or lint, to St the chamber and put it in place; then with a glass dropper I place a few drops of the medicant in the center of the cotton, leaving it dry near the outer edge, close to the soft rubber ring, so that when the cur rent is turned on it will be obliged to pass only through the central or medicated moist portions, thereby giving the most favorable cataphoresis that can possibly be obtained. Teaching of Anatomy; and will show sections illustrating the Development of the Organs of Circulation lc and Respiration. Pari passu with the changes aforesaid, we have a gradual but not so pronounced paralysis of the nerve centers of the cord from. The Bill was, therefore, limited to ten syrup years.
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A characteristic symptom of this fracture is the inability of the patient to straighten the leg; if the leg be straightened for him by another person, he can easily bend it, but when it is bent he is unable to straighten it.