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A single losing treatment has been given, and the case slightly improved is still under observation.

In these latter instances the ribs have generally been found to be in some morbid condition (hair).

He has often noticed control that when a tap from which water is flowing is suddenly turned, the jarring noise which results is not merely single, as previously described, but sometimes double, from' a rebound of the descending fluid and a second concussion.

Of course there were varieties in this respect, following the varieties in the taste of the occupants; but in all the female apartments there was an air of home and of pregnancy comfort which, from the accounts we had read, we were not prepared to expect. Should pointing not have occurred, it is well home to make several incisions into the swollen tissues, as this relieves the pain and frequently prevents further accumulation of pus. Ephraim Pratt, of Shutesbury, Massachusetts, who died aged one hundred and seventeen, lived chiefly on milk, and even that in small quantity; his son Michael, by similar means, lived to "loss" be a hundred and three years old. Whilst the port and sherry merchants, on their side, are eagerly pressing this question, they are remedies likely to be aided by the manufacturing interest, on the plea that, if we relax our Customs' duty on behalf of Portuguese"wines," the Portuguese will relax their tariff on English manufactures, and that thus English goods may be largely exported to Portugal, partly for sale among the natives, and partly for the purpose of being smuggled into Spain. This leads him to a study of the pulse, in which he seeks to demonstrate that the usual explanations of its anacrotic and dicrotic waves are physically inadequate, and that no other interpretation growth is open than that these are peristaltic waves in the vessel wall, this peristalsis differing entirely from the systole and the diastole of the" hearts," which are to be conceived as sphincters flung round a continuous vessel, of which the peristaltic movement is inhibited during systole and activated during diastole. The correspondence which to-day ends in our columns will have made those of our readers who interest themselves tips in Professional disputes acquainted with the casus belli between Drs. The skin for surrounding the affected tissue is generally slightly swollen and reddened from venous congestion. Sometimes the habitual constipation is the salient feature, and the attacks of mucuspassing and how pain may be ill-defined and may pass unrecognised.

Another reason for supposing the disease to be of nervous origin is and on account of the muscular atrophy which takes place when the larger joints are affected.

Finally, a similar condition may arise in late cause stages of many severe diseases, such as chronic Blight's disease, pyaemia, septicaemia, pernicious anaemia, Addison's disease, and scurvy.

The author in his modest preface states that his object in preparing this manual has been to treat the diseases common to childhood from a clinical rather than a theoretical standpoint, with especial effort to" show how the anatomical and physiological characteristics of the periods of infancy and childhood tend to modify in many ways the features and clinical relations of disease in children." As may be inferred, the book is in tersely by physicians of all schools of practice.

Thinning - the writer said that attendance upon two courses of about fourteen weeks each, enables a student to graduate, while the announcement of the college says that three courses of twenty The writer said that no dissection of the human body is required. Postmortem examination does not"always disclose the immediate cause of dog death, which has then been thought to be due to compression of the aorta (Trousseau), or to a kink or twist in the inferior vena cava (Bartels), but Osier in a number of observations was unable to substantiate the latter. The patient should be carefully guarded dgainst chilling, a lupus danger liable to occur if the temperature of the room is permitted to fall or the air to become impure. If I am not mistaken, tlie first dose of sulphate of quina ever administered in Ireland was by myself, at the Drumcondra Fever It is now generally admitted tliat drainage greatly improves tlie liealth of the public; and this opinion has lately received additional support" In best considering the circumstances external to the residence which affect the sanatory condition of the population, the importance of a general land drainage is developed,, by the inquiries as to the causes of the prevalent diseases, to be of a magnitude of which no conception had been formed at the commencement of the investigation: its importance is manifested by the severe consequences of its neglect in every part of the country, as well as by its advantages in the increasing salubrity and productiveness wherever the drainage has been skilful and effectual.

Any impartial person who has read the letters in question is must be aware that many things stated by Dr.

Its chief characters are, that the patient, during its existence, exlubits a strong tendency to inflammatory affections, which bear a close with analogy to the scrofulous, both in their intractable character, in the facihty with which they pass from one organ to another, and in their frequently unfavourable termination. I am troubled with stop a rhinitis usually dry, but with a slight change of the weather comes severe tingling in the nose, violent fits of sneezing and coryza. There permanent is a fundamental distinction between hard and infectious sore, which gives rise to constitutional symptoms.

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Bancrofti) have been shampoo found in the lymphatics.

Fatal result have does been reported. The hot, dry, and not infrequently dust-laden can air of rooms supplied with furnace heat is very irritating to the respiratory tract and serves both to make the patient uncomfortable and increase the severity of his disease. The process of after digestion is imperfect in all cases where there is dilatation, but varies according to the cause of the condition.