The police justice sent him to the hospital because he appeared to be bewildered, but not drunk, as he answered questions intelligibly, and could walk perfectly, and yet did not seem well. He was convinced that it is often very difficult to separate the symptoms actually caused by disease of the ovaries from those due to an abnormal or imperfectly developed nervous organism. If they are not disappointed in their expectations they may indeed acquire a certain dexterity in their intercourse with patients, which is very useful to them in their later clinical and professional work. It was a night of tablets little ease to his toiling mind, toiling in mere darkness and besieged by questions.
While the patient is quietly and slowly breathing with open mouth, one hand laid flatly over the lumbar region gives short regular taps against the loins, so that the overlying kidney is moved forward against the other hand placed in front. For nearly two years there has not been amongst them a single death fi'om disease, and only two from accidental injuries. The duties of these authority in this country; to give notice of the departure of any vessel known or suspected to be infected for any port in the United States; and, whenever requested by the master of any vessel about to load or leave for this country, to jpspect thoroughly such vessel iu ftll her parts, and also her careo, her crew and passengers, to use such cleansing and disinfection as he may deem necessary, and to satisfy himself that all persons about to sail are free from dangerous commnnioable diseases, are not recently from infected places, and are properly protected from small-pox, giving to her oommander a certificate of the inspection, and of all precautionary measnres taken.
Or as a member of some charitable institution, is often worse than the midwife. The fact that our markets were flooded with food preparations showed how little thought was given to the exact nature and composition of food. I knew a lady who died at sixtv years, who had a beard about an inch in length with a moustache of e(Hial length (ultradase). There was a hard and not very sensitive tumor above the umbilicus, which was very movable. These splints were put into the patient's mouth on the following Monday, and at first had nothing to hold them in position. This is'used with the negative pole for flexions and obstructions in the cervical canal. The Greek language was nowhere brought into the domain of teaching and the knowledge of it was In other countries there was at least no improvement upon this state of things. Electrolysis, as far as it relates to stricture, has at the present time the sanction of little or no authority. We can trace there the influence of certain factors, such as race, climate, environment, etc. As a matter of diagnosis of diseases, not of themsdvf! febrile, as great an amount of knowledge can begaue: by following the temperature curve at short intend between fever and pyrexia. The qualifying examination embraced the most important branches of medical science, was associated with practical work,, clinical demonstrations, etc., and concluded with the con ferring of the diploma of Doctor, upon the strength of which the governments of the different States granted a In the kingdom of Hanover the physicians were trained at the University of Gottingen, and the surgeons, who stood on a lower educational footing, at the Surgeons' School at Hanover. NOTES ON THE ADDITIONS MADE TO THE BRITISH ILLUSTRATED LECTURES ON AMBULANCE WORK. REST FOR PAINFUL EYES; IS THIS ADVICE ALWAYS in the University of Maryland, Surgeon in Charge of the Presbyterian Eye and Ear Charity Hospital of Baltimore City, etc., etc. It was certainly a remarkable phenomenon that at such a period of general overthrow the thought of erecting temples to knowledge should have occurred to men's minds; hoped and built upon the hope of the restoration of the The medical faculty of the University of Berlin was teaching staff of eighteen ordinary and two extraordinary professors. It is now very important to give the patient as much rest at night as possible, and for this purpose from five to ten grains of camphorated Dover's powder may be given at bed time. The entertainments were shared between the two meetings, which made it easier for the hosts and more amusing for the The university conferred the honorary degree of doctor of science on Bowditch, Golgi, Kronecker, Marey, and Kiihne. Angina Ludovici must be regarded as a very treacherous disease, in which the prognosis is exceedingly dubious. I have used it in other cases with the same good results, and I cannot commend it too highly to the consideration of my professional brethren. Ulcerated warts are best treated with arsenicum. Cornelius Kollock, President of the South Carolina Medical Society, containing a very interesting account of a penetrating gun-shot wound of the abdomen, involving one or more folds of the intestine. For instance, one patient, who had been discharged from Camp Wikoff on six hundred and fifty of these patients under his care. The thirst is often very urgent, and it is the custom of some physicians to withhold water almost entirely, and if given at all, it is made lukewarm.