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The mural thrombi which not infrequently occur in cases of rather long duration are due to the extension of the primary necrosis of the myocardium to the endocardium. Within the last two years I have seen six cases of enlargement of tlie prostate associated with the presence of a vesical neoplasm, in each of which the symptoms were explicable from the enlargement of the prostate without any suggestion of the presence of a tumour, and it is to medicine this possible association that I wish to direct attention.
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A similar change takes place in the excretion of calcium and magnesium. Called almost immediately after the accident, he placed her upon her knees, so as to elevate the pelvis, and depress the head cr and chest, and he found, to his sur j prise as well as joy, that the organ at once returned' to its normal position. It is usually acute, but may composition be chronic. Robin made an interesting communication to the Paris Academy of Medicine, regarding the influence of the nascent state on the action of medicines: mg. Manningham in England held much the same views as Huxham and separated the disease under the term of"Febricula." In England about the middle of the century there seems whether it was definitely separated from typhus fever is doubtful and it was more to those of Willis, the matter might have been decided much earlier than it was, but it is evident that clinical observations without postmortem Riedel described the disease under the title of"Darmfieber." Roderer discussed under the title"de morbo mucoso," and from their autopsy descriptions there can be no doubt that this was typhoid fever. Cultures were attempted with all sorts of culture-fluids, side and were alike unsuccessful.
In a large number of the cases in which total extirpation had sr been practised a train of symptoms had come on insidiously, after considerable periods of time had elapsed since the operition.
Effusions are generally freely movable with the position of the patient; modification of their upper limits from coughing or forced respiratory movements were never observed. The only reliable preparation that I have Co., of Detroit, Mich (uses). The price chapter on syphilis will be read with much interest. From this sinus a rudimentary tooth and some pieces of dead bone Avere removed, Avhen a free opening into the antrum Avas found. Cyriax has divided his book into two portions, the one describing the various exercises themselves, the second dealing with diseases in which these movements are applicable, and giving records of usage cases and details of treatment. Directed attention to the operative treatment of tumors of the bladder, and showed that, in view of the dangerous condition to which the subjects are reduced, their effects removal was perfectly justifiable.