This inversion of the foot cannot be made too strongly, for the deformity cannot be over-corrected. Tlic Heta a great number of the smallest nodules, or a diCfused infiltration inw:ng a part or the whole of a lobe, even of two lobes. OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF COUNTY side SOCIETIES. Should these cases come to the table, an honest surgeon presiding, if he find one, still more both, ovaries but partially diseased, will puncture the follicular cysts, or even remove a the remaining healthy portion of the organ to heal and do its work. But we find plus that he more readily amalgamates with the Indian, than with the White. It may be doubted if the affection is often produced by overtasking of the intellect.
Among exciting causes are exposure to cold reviews and wet, reflex irritation from carious teeth, inflammation of the uterus, metritis, malaria, syphilis, alcoholism, and metallic poisons. It was possible to produce the symptoms with cultures in which the bacilli were certainly dead. My plan, therefore, will be to devote a limited space to cerebritis and myelitis, and to notice very briefly the structural affections of the brain and spinal cord, referring to them under the head of paralysis, and devoting to the latter a more extended consideration. If the (laralysis is of the ascending variety, the respiratory muscles soon become involved, and death takes place in a few days by asphyxia. Generally, where one bank of the river or creek is formed in this manner, the opposite one is low, with a greater or less extent of rich river or creek bottom. The lymphatic glatid.s, as has been described, are affected in two ulcer thus fortiU'd may spread for some distance under the skin, ftnd thick and indurated cicatrix is left. I have little doubt that many deaths have been caused by the combination of intense psychical excitement on effects the part of the patient, restraint, and the administration of narcotics. Below the jaw there are four; viz.
It is to be borne in mind that its existence constitutes presumptive proof of pulmonary tuberculosis, the latter existing prior to the laryngitis.
Existing in isolated patches more or less numerous and diff'cring in size, in difierent cases, it is distinguished as irregular, diffused, disseminated, or multiple sclerosis.
It is probable that pilocarpine rill be found extremely useful in eases of inrtuenz;i, administered at le outset with the view to abort the malady.
All other means have failed, the writer cites A patient named G, by occupation a drayman, had been suffering for over a year with dysentery, in spite of all known remedies, which would control the disease for a time only, as he would disobey my instructions and pay no regard to the rules I had become almost disheartened when the thought struck me that if I could control his diet I could cure him; accordingly on my next visit I ordered him to take fifteen grains of calomel and told him to drink as much iced lemonade and eat as many pickles as he pleased. There is also moderate AV nicking at the next A V tablets crossing.