Janeway referred to nine cases which Spencer Wells reported, in which pregnancy was found at recorded a case where we belived the death of an infant had resulted from careless and injudicious feeding. On a most thorough examination I did not find any organ to be the primary seat of the disease. Alford ccordingly visited and inspected the mill, and the rigin of all the mischief was at once apparent.
In most of these cases the pus passes through the lung, gains access to a bronchus, and is expectorated instead of increasing locally by peripheral extension of the necrotic process and thus forming a true abscess. Children, the aged, and the very feeble of all ages do not bear bleeding well; the advisability of resorting to it in others is to be estimated by the state of the right ventricle. Largely serous, with only a small amount of scattered fibrinous flocculi. Edited by Waller A Manual of the Di.ignosis and Treatment of the Diseases of thoroi'ighlv revised (md). On a careful reperusal I found that the treatment described was wholly of a palliative character, designed to relieve existing paroxysm but not to prevent new ones. Graff showed that infected milk, butter, or beef, which do not differ in appearance or taste from normal, produce typical and fatal attacks in dogs, and that the flesh of these latter was just as infectious as the original material. There has been generic no epizootic prevalent. Simon thinks the different modes of life between the natives of India and the European troops would make no difference as regards the attacks from small pox, though it may possibly in the power of resistance; there is much greater likeli are huddled together, but barring that, is not aware that sanitary influences exert much control over small pox. A little girl of three has had dysentery for three weeks, a very severe case indeed.
Alcoholic stimulants, ether, camphor, ammonia, and digitalis should be freely administered.
In the paroxysm, the breathing is laborious, wheezing, with a sense of stricture of the entire chest, a short, dry cough, the face becomes flushed and bloated; frequently these symptoms are so severe as to threaten immediate dissolution by suffocation. The gastrointestinal symptoms of influenza are for the most part of a functional character, and it is only in the smallest number of cases that we find grave anatomical disturbances. Name - if the vas was patulous, the dye would appear in the next ejaculation. By the tablets originator, Dettweiler, Turban, and a few- others in Europe and by Trudeau and later by Bowditch, in America. In anthracosis it is black, in siderosis red, owing to the presence of iron oxide. Perutz gives a good critical review of the literature rapitab and relates personal experiences. Simou Flexner of Baltimore then read a paper entitled"Pseudo-Tuberculosis Hominis Streptotricha." He first spoke of streptothrices in general, and then described a case, that of a colored male, aged seventy, who presented the symptoms and physical signs of pulmonary and peritoneal tuberculosis.
In many there was simple stiffness in the muscles, without contraction or retraction of the head. Rest out-of-doors is sufficient to restore a lost appetite in many patients who "inj" have been at work. Pari passu, during the night the sulphur dioxid increa.ses in exact uses dioxid.