:' That students who cannot produce any of the testimonials referred to in the third resolution, be requii-ed to pass an examination in arts, established by any of the bodies named in Schedule (A) of the Medical Act, and approved by the General Council, Dr. The effect of nicotine is to produce at first a transient increase of excitability of the spinal marrow, and this excitement is succeeded by paralysis, so that, under some circumstances, it seems possible that it may ameliorate the symptoms in cases of strychnine-poisoning. He was in favour of the present site from enjoyed many advantages, and the hospital, instead of being hemmed in by buildings, was peculiarly free into the country, how were the patients to be removed to the hospital? The sanitary condition of the neighbourhood was good. The patient was a young man of delicate con-;titiition, and limited under a general oppression in every organ, under which he died in a few days. Women seldom menstruate without discomfort. Cathartics have been found by experience to be of great value, and we are not justified in ignoring them by the theoretical consideration that the primary spasm of the intestine is the cause of the suffering (trailers). He thought they could not be enforced on the examining boards. For that reason a hospital librarian or other authorized person, or a physician, may in some situations be able to satisfy a request by making inquiry as to what the patient or his representative really wants from the records, and reading the material relative to the inquiry. Further, it is self-evident that in the stage of cardiac paralysis precisely the opposite condition must be set up. Physical exercise increases to a great extent the amount of uric acid that is discharged. At the time of his death He was a member and past president, secretary, and treasurer of the Outagamie County Medical Society and a member of the State Medical Society of Wisconsin and the American Medical Association. As a rule, exploration of the wound is not to be employed as a means of diagnosis solely, as the danger nt' displacing a clot is not counterbalanced by the value of any knowledge t be obtained, dosage yet it may be of some assistance when required tin- the removal of foreign bodies. The teaching of Pathological Anatomy naturally forms a jjart of the teaching of medicine and surgery; and, in addition to diseases being made the subjects of clinical study and teaching during life, fatal cases should be made the subject of a short explanatory lecture, illustrated by the diseased organs or tissues, and other specimens or drawings.
When recent clots have been formed rapidly, either post-mortem or just at the time of death, they may retain the dark color of the blood, but more frequently from slower coagulation they are either in large degree devoid of blood "zocon-t" coloring matter, or perhaps stained more distinctly in their lower layers and along the borders. On the right side high pitched, toneless dulness, not the least wooden in quality, suggestive of soft consolidation, reached from a shade below the clavicle to about the fourth rib, almost joining on with the liver dulness; it was not perceptible above the clavicle, nor in the axilla, and was much less marked behind than in front.
If actual dilatation has occurred, the symptoms will continue until death ensues or until such time as may be necessary price for an hypertrophy sufficient to overcome the dilatation to develop.
The question of the performance of paracentesis in any tablet case concerns not so much the actual quantity of liquid effused as the rapidity with which the effusion takes place, since a relatively small quantity rapidly effused may cause such cardiac, and secondarily such respiratory, embarrassment as to demand immediate surgical interference.
This upturning of earth, much mixed with vegetable and animal remains in progress of decomposition, has always been looked upon as a fruitful source of miasmiatic fevers. Competent Assistants provided without delay, free of expense i the principals. The sick are periodically attacked with violent pains in the region of the stomach, which generally compel them uses to lie on the belly and to press the abdominal walls strongly inwards. This we obtain in the hospital by having air drawn down from the roof through a large stack, heated in winter time in a hot air chamber and driv en by a fan through all portions of the building, so that the entire cubic atmosphere of the building is changed, according to competent authority, once in every eight minutes.
In three of the cases, the disease afterwards appeared in different parts of the body; and in another, the woman was threatened with some tumours at a distance from the original cancer; but not till three years after the excision, when she died of fever. The instrument -ave- a great deal of time and labor, and is claimed to be as accurate as the Thoma-Zeiss counter in cases where the corpuscles are effects not deformed. While regarding all bronchitis as infectious, this writer considers some forms as directly due to the specific microbes of the diseases to kit which they are secondary (measles, whooping cough), coming either through the air or through the blood, while in others the poison is ha?matogenous, as in gout, Bright' s disease, diabetes, and typhoid fever. As to the treatment, looking at the extreme obscurity which shrouds all the symptoms, it is manifest that it must be entirely directed to the relief of symptoms: tab. Thirdly, in the vast minority of cases there is more or less diarrhoea, generally of an obstinate but passive character; and fourthly, its most constant pathological appearances have been found to be those which refer to the abdominal viscera, there being very uniformly some special alteration in the follicles studding principally the mucous membrane of the mesenteric portion of the intestinal canal known as the glands of Peyer and Brunner.
Immediately before the operation I gave the patient a double dose of ergot, viz.
The presence of other signs of hysteria, hemianaBsthesia, aphonia, globus, clavus, hysterogenic zones, etc., side aid in the diagnosis.
Capable of exhaustion in four different ways, or through excitability exhausted by stimuli affecting the fibres of the organs of Doctrine gcnse: that of voluntarity, exhausted by stimuli affect ing the fibres of the voluntary organs acting in obedience to the command of the will; and that of associability, exhausted by stimuli affecting organs associated in their actions by sympathy or long habit. The proposition having been accepted, I passed the long bistoury three inches into the uterus, and turning its edge against the anterior hypertrophied wall, made an incision along its whole length, sinking the knife deeply into the substance of the uterus.