In January the operation of ovariotomy was determined upon.
We have, locked away in the army files, the greatest volume of accurate morbidity statistics in the United States. You call for the report of genuine cases of intermittrnt fever of New Euglaiul oiigiu. It was absolutely essential that some an-angemeut should be arrived at by which these matters should come before them in a state of preparation, and the loss of common time which now hajipened be put an end to. On the other hand, cases running over a period of several or many years are not unusual. The use of nutrient eneinata is continued at longer intervals. Grasping the foot we elicit crepitus, and this with the pain produced by forcing the foot out, and its extreme range of lateral motion, detennines the natm-e of the accident. On admission, the boy is of spare muscular development, of lethargic temperament and apathetic. The fingers are pointed, the skin glossy, and the nails distorted. A precipitate, tablet some distance above the line of junction, is formed of urates. The characteristic condition of the blood in carcinoma of the stomach is one which resembles chlorosis more than pernicious anaemia. The history of medicine.sufficiently demonstrates indeed how little could be ascertained of vital actions or the nature of disease, so long:is the structure of the body and the physical alterations effected by diseased action were unknown.
When gel the temperature rises to normal the drug should be suspended, at any rate for a time, and the pulse-rate, whatever its initial figure, should never be allowed to go above ninety-five without calling a halt. If sexual hygiene means that, it means something great, though something which can only come slowly, with difficulty, with much searching of hearts. France manifests a great dearth of original ideas, and a most discursive style of discussion, but considerable painstaking historical research. It will be gratifying to every friend of humanity to know, that recently the project has been carried into practical effect in the State of New York; a noble structure, generous in its proportions, having been erected at Binghampton, ample grounds provided, a corps of officers appointed, and patients already admitted and receiving the benefits of the Institution. The compulsory notification of infectious diseases has been introduced dmnng the year, and Dr. A little water, strong nitric acid or potassium bichromate, put in the tube B.
Rickets is of minor importance in the adult.
It is, however, after a careful physical examination no organic lesion can be discovered, we have to do with simple marasmus, and the next point which requires consideration is the past and present state of the digestive functions. Failing to obtain it, he again turned his mind to travel, and started on his long last journey to the East. Dissolved in five thousand parts of water and acidulated with a trace of hydrocyanic acid, one part of pure papain diffesled nine hunilred and eighty out of one thousand parts of moist fibrin, the greater portion of which was transformed into peptone. In fibrinuria, complete coagulation may Normal urine may be said to be always acid in reaction when the test is applied to the entire volume passed in twenty -four hours. Tlie new rector ascended tlie rostrum amidst a fanfare of trumpets, and proceeded to deliver an address. Probably its highest value for this purpose is the large number of comparative charts and lists of classifications. The sack was opened, and the serum escaped, discovering the intestine of so dark a hue that we feared the operation would be of no avail. The powder puffs in the helmet can be removed and cleaned easily, cannot possibly irritate the auditory canal, and are always with the helmet. Uuder the circumstances here present I would by no means advise that the treatment should be begun with a surgical operation. The skull belongs to the collection of the Peabody Museum of American Arch;eology at Cambridge, and was shown by the kind This is in many respects an excellent work.
Headache, vomiting and optic neuritis (with or without albuminuric retinitis) may occur in chronic Bright's disease; and the case is sometimes diagnosed as one of cerebral tumour; but symptoms of localised lesion of the nervous system are absent, and examination of the urine and cardio-vascular system reveals marked signs of chronic Bright's disease. T"he success of his operation had been complete.