As some differences of opinion have arisen among medical officers, serving in this department, as to the nature and causes of the fever, I present a faithful portraiture of it, from notes of cases taken at The fever usually commences by a general feeling of malaise, a sense of weariness, and dull aching in the head, back, and limbs. The corps of editors comprises representative men of the profession in America, England. Who wants a lock without a key, a ship without a rudder, a binnacle without a compass, a check without a signature, a greenback without a goldback behind it? I have referred chiefly to the medical journals, but I would include with these the reports of medical associations, and those separate publications which, coming in the form of pamphlets, heap themselves into chaotic piles and bundles which are worse than useless, taking up a great deal of room, and frightening everything away but mice and mousing antiquarians, or possibly at long intervals some terebrating specialist.
On vaginal examination found vagina relaxed and enlarged, uterus mobile, os soft and gapping, ovaries tender. We had addicted ourselves almost too closely to the words of another master, by whom we were ready to swear as against all teachers that ever were or ever This object of our reverence, I might almost say idolatry, was one whose name is well known to most of the young men before me, even to those who may know comparatively little of his works and teachings. In the seventh volume of the' Pathological Transactions' is a case by Dr. In some the stomach and bowels were the seat of violent pain.""The febrile paroxysm," he continues," was of various daration; and the local determinations might also vary, except as to the head, which, so far as I have heard, was universally affected. And found him a careful man in his observations. On the day of admission she was very anaemic-looking, and had little pain in her joints. She thinks that her husband is far too deeply interested in another woman, and she is greatly troubled in regard to his fidehty to her. One must sympathize with Babinski, who remarks that,"For imbeciles and weak-minded types hypnotism may be profitable. Numerous streaks of pigment are seen to radiate from the optic nerve, and are very characteristic of the choroid's having been once affected, or is subjected to some alteration at the moment of possible the appearance of the fundus of the membrane of envelop surrounding a cysticercus of the papilla. On wounding the bark, the kino flows drop by drop: tablet. From the fourth Principles of Medicine. It seals up a few dark grains in iron vases, and lo! at the touch of a single spark, rises in smoke and flame a mighty Afrit with a voice like thunder and an arm that shatters like an earthquake. At the conclusion of the examination he was told that it would be impossible for him to think of being married at the time stated, or at any subsequent date, until he had been relieved of his chronic urethritis, and until examination of the urethral secretions failed to demonstrate the presence of gonococci. This muscle bends t tie cervical vertebra? upon each other and upon the dorsal vertebrae. Bathed continually in the waYes of these two mysterious oceans, an aerial ocean without, and a sanguineous ocean within, who can deny that the nervous system, both in health and in disease, must yield to It would be a most interesting exercise to study here the nature of both atmospheric and blood influences as they stand in their relation to the nervous system in febrile diseases. When the seventh nerve is alone affected, the causes producing the paralysis are for the most part so situated as to implicate the nerve in its course, or at its immediate origin.
For precaution's sake she was kept in bed, aud ordered half-drachm doses of bicarbonate of potash with lemon juice, three times a day, and milk diet. Still he seemed to gain ground, and expressed himself as being better.
She entered the hospital on account of what were supposed to be epileptic attacks. We may refer, not invidiously, to the fact that Bellevue If such is the importance of clinical instruction, and such is its recognized necessity, even by the student himself, the hospitals should be immediately acknowledged by the schools as embracing a part of their curriculum of study, and it should be required by the candidate for gradaation that he have attended a course of Bot it may be asserted that the schools have supplied this deficiency in their system of instruction by establishing college cliniques. Is venesection done with forever? Six years ago it was said here in an introductory Lecture that it would doubtless come back again sooner or later.
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