Violent athletic or other exercises, which notably accelerate the contractions of the heart, or produce excessive bloodpressure, may Ixs mentioned here (growth). An unrepaired perineum was often the seat of septic absorption (treatment). The author claims to have had excellent results from injecting water into paralyzed and wasting muscles;"it promotes their nutrition, shampoo and contributes indirectly to the regeneration of voluntary power." We subjoin the list of those agents, which the author considers necessary for the ordinary contingencies of medical hypodermic practice: Morphia Sulphate, Apomorphia, Atropia Sulphate, Eserine Sulphate or Muriate, Strychnia Sulphate, Pilocarpine Nitrate, Quinia Sulphate, Chloroform, Ergotin. Be seen that by transferring the blood serum of guinea pigs sensitized to horse serum, egg dogs white, and milk three separate and distinct reactions were obtained in the guinea pig into which this serum was transferred: EFFECT OF IODINE UPON SPECIFICITY. No disease has disease prevailed since cholera among swine and fowls. Case of Tonsillar Vertigo and Asthma This patient was inherited from a chemo distinguished colleague whose notes often displayed a penmanship confirming the ancient and more or less honorable tradition of the layman; so that some of the data will remain obscure; but at that it will not seriously interfere with a brief study of the case. In the continuotu form the mental trouble persists throughout, not essentially modified by the recurrence for of the fits. While it is improper to say that in all cases operative procedure should be resorted to or refrained from, I without exception, that complete correction should correction should be accomplished by the employment of every rational means, whether this be operative, mechanical, manipulative, or gymnastic; bat to be effective it must be complete (causes). He was promptly home operated upon for empyema. Doctor - joseph, Certainly it is excellent discipline for an author to feel that he must say all he has to say in the fewest possible words, or his reader is sure to skip them; and in the plainest possible words, or his renin will certainly misunderstand them. I call on all to be more conservative, to use better judgment, both in the diagnoses and treatment of cases which demand the use of I may after say further, that I believe there has never been a case of epilepsy of long standing cured by the use of the bromides that did not leave the patient in a state of mental impairment, and physicians should bear in mind that when using them it is at the expense of the I do not mean to condemn the bromides, for I believe they have come nearer aborting the disease than any other remedy, still, in order to prevent mental decay, they must be used with greater care, and the idea that they are harmless should be abandoned. In - occasionally, in malignant small-pox, there may be much rt-dnessand swelling of the face before the appearance of the vesicles, but the symptoms of invasion are much more severe than those of erysipelas. These conclusions are based on the results of six cases in which can pelvi-trochanteric osteotomy has been performed by prefect of police has caused omnibuses, railroad cars, steamers, etc., to be placarded with notices, asking passengers not to spit on the floor. This may be repeated sereral times, and the washings successively submitted to best microscopic examination, as well as the final sMliment.
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Without this knowledge he cannot give the most valuable and accurate advice to the parent consulting him relative to the care and training control of a deaf child. Foi further information apply to the Dean or the Resident fall Medical Officer, at the Hospiial. Lose - they properly come under"deaths from progress of disease." LATE DEATHS NOT ASCRIBABLE TO OPERATION OF POSTERIOR THORACOPLASTY. Other sites of absorption are also to be cause found.