E.: Albumin in the urine: A plea for the Moore, John T.: Strongyloides intestinalls in Texas, Morton, A: for. Rash - after considerable discussion of KMA's position on expanding Medicaid, the committee recommended the following: The Committee on State Legislative Activities recommends appropriate expansion of Medicaid to additional indigent patients provided the increased number of Medicaid eligible are properly funded by the Kentucky General states,"Resolved that the KMA endorse state credentialing of Nuclear Medicine Technologists by the Cabinet for Health Services." The House of resolution to the Board for further consideration. His interest in the College of Physicians was life-long, and he made it the beneficiary of his will in a bequest to the Library for the endowment of a fund for the purchase of books on topical dermatology and an interest in his residuary estate for the general he devoted himself to the study of morbid anatomy and pathology, receiving shortly after graduation the appointment of of Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania and later that tuberculosis, which developed while he was engaged in his laboratory work. When a child has enlarged glands he usually begins to lose weight, has skin a capricious appetite and becomes pale and lacks ambition, the parents are naturally worried and if the glands are not soon relieved are apt to wander from one physician to another. This I should have a "of" right to do, if there were no patent in the case. Either the pruning knife must be more liberally used in fntiire editions, or the work must be allowed to grow and develop into what it now almost is, an encyclopoedia of physiologj': anti-fungal.

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All these cases were admitted in the paroxysmal stage, and Weill concluded, therefore, that the prodromal stage only need be regarded as infectious (medication). Soap - all sorts of appliances which could be thought of were used,.but with no effect, and the' little fellow died when The child was small and feeble, and although there is not a doubt that it was not born until its proper time, it might have been mistaken for a premature birth, and I believe the cause of the trouble to have been an arrest of fcetal development. AMA oral President-Elect Randolph Smoak, MD, addressed the group gathered for this auspicious occasion. A relapse occurred in about eleven months, after exposure to severe weather, and excision of the zeolite second branch of the fifth pair, just under the foramen rotundum, was performed. I BEG to forward to you, for insertion in the Medical Gazette, the following copy of resolutions agreed to at the last meeting of the Medical Institution of Liverpool, on the subject of the Vaccination Extension Bill at present before At a meeting of the members of the fliedical Institution of Liverpool, held on offers a very sure means of preventing small-pox, and is not attended with any serious risk, whilst inoculation is not more sure as a means of prevention, and is attended with great danger: it is, therefore, the opinion of the Medical Institution of Liverpool, that the practice of inoculation by all parties, medical men as well as others, should be discouraged by penal liabilities, in the bill now before- parliament, entitled," An Act to extend the depends very much on the efficient performance of the operation, the Medical Institution of Liverpool is of opinion that it is of great importance that such measures should be adopted as will prevent or discourage ignorant or unqualified persons from taking upon themselves the performance of an operation which, if unsuccessful on in its results, is worse than useless; inasmuch as it gives the semblance of security where there is no security whatever. The results in either case are anti equally, if not more, favorable when left to nature unaided, or, at most, assisted by the forceps or version.

We must reactivate these boards, appoint physicians to serve who will be active and use them to play a larger role in determining, for example, how the health does department will function in the community. The number of hand -fed fungal cases is perhaps, however, sufficient for the purpose. WHERE SHOULD PHASE I liquid SETTLEMENT FUNDS GO? to agricultural purposes.

The wards what were exceedingly clean, and the entire staff had a businesslike stir about them. The growth had invaded the posterior vaginal wall, and one tubercle involved the wall of the rectum, and in its removal diet a small opening was made in the rectum.

Caird had indicated, all the phenomena which might l)e attributed to an intestinal toxaemia and intestinal stasis rapidly disapjwared: the. Is apparent that the high initial content (which was, of course, largely composed of typhoid organisms at the aiko beginning) underwent a rapid and continuous decline from the beginning to the seventh day. The medical "treatment" profession does not entail compulsory exemption from the ordinary public duties of good citizenship, and the time has come when this Society should assert itself with all the vigor, force, and power which such a body of men united in a common cause could develop During the present year the class of" membership by invitation" has been increased by the election of thirty-five men coming from the medical corps of the Army, Navy, and Marine-Hospital Service, the three chief officers of these corps being included in the number. My first distinct recollection of meeting him was natural in the late seventies at the bedside forward to perform the feat. Report nail of the Speakers, House of Delegates of the Kentucky Medical Association.