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Thinking that perhaps the symptoms of intoxication seen in the disease were tlue to ursemic poisoning, I have very carefully "low" examined tlie kidneys, but have never been able to detect any special lesions which support tliat view. Shampoo - we will probably never go back to the pre-war times, and it is to be hoped that the changes wrought will be a benefit to every class of humanity. Now, when there is no certain knowledge of a thing, a mere opinion about it cannot discover a sure and remedy. His bearing was modest; he was pleasant in his relations to all of his associates on the hospital staff and to the patients, and so he came to be greatly liked by all in the hospital: by. For it is neither very safe to remove from a healthy place into a sickly; nor from a sickly stop into sickly, in the beginning of vrinter; from a sickly to a healthy, in the beginning of summer. The system of evacuation followed, as far as possible, the usual military procedure by which the regimental medical officer accompanying the unit was responsible for the evacuation of the wounded to his aid post; from this point the responsibility devolved upon the officer commanding a field ambulance, treatment whose duty it was to collect wounded frouj the aid post and evacuate them to a dressing station. We had a Wassermann made from remedies the blood, also from the spinal fluid, both of which were negative. 'J'lie lungs are healthy (uidess the disease has on heoome complicated by pulmonary a(l'ections), but the mucous membrano of the bronchial tubes and larynx is slightly adintted. Matters, in truth, are quite bad in enough without exaggerating them." THE DEFENCE OF RESEARCH. At another plant improper conditioning of water during and after purification resulted in the production of a corrosive water and was the cause for of appearance of bad tastes and odors.

These dysmenorrhoea, leucorrhoeal discharge and more or less continual "cause" pelvic distress. Birley is responsible, thyroid brings out some interesting points. Some bleed and purge, but with bad results; others blister the sinne anterior to the seat of inflammation (as indicated by pressure) with a mixture of turpentine and disease mustard, with the idea that the disease is on a march from the brain, and that this will put an effective barrier in its path. The endameba does not attack normal will tissues.

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Albumen is occasionally present in the urine, but this is by no herpes means constant; its presence, however, points to an aggravated form of the disease, and is often prognostic of a fatal termination. Dog - the State Board of Medical Examiners, who has been on the Board since its inception of the law and endeavored to show where it fell short of performing the functions it was intended to perform. They ought to"discover" and"show" to a wondering world, that somewhere toward the setting sun there lies a vast continent which four hundred years ago was named America; they ought to discover that the earth is round anfi not flat; that it moves; that in the category where he wrote himself down "loss" an Ass. We do not believe tliat the day of to the voluntary hospital is done. Tlic disease in question differs then from glanders, more particularly in the character and distribution of the ulcers; also in the absence of lymphatic inflammation; in the quickness with which the ulcers healed; in the non-appearance due of ulcers in the Sclineiderian membrane; further, in the rapid course of the disease, its short incubative period, and the quickness with which it spread from one animal to another.

A loose belly is worse: but even this should not immediately be esteemed dangerous, if the discharge be of a harder consistence in the morning, or gradually turn less hquid, does and the excrements be reddish, and their offensive smell don't exceed that of the like discharge of a healthy man. In certain cases the application of extension by adhesive plaster, a weight and pulley, with the foot of losing the bed elevated, will be all that is required for this purpose. He level maintains that transfusion alone will not effect a cure in this condition, but that if it is combined with removal of the spleen cure may follow. By the "traumatic" right ear it was heard at normal distance, but in the left side the patient could not hear the watcJi heard by both ears, but much better by the right ear than by the left. Itching, heat, redness, stress or in some instances urticaria, may precede the outbreak. It is thought by some high after authorities in railroad circles that no rates will be granted of travel falls off materially.