Two explanations are offered for the increase in the hemoglobin content and corpuscular richness of the blood of the peripheral circulation in a sojourn in high Weiss has proved experimentally that no actual increase in the hemoglobin content of the body exists in these cases.'" Nine animals were kept in high altitudes for a period of one month. It may be necessary toward the latter stage, if the progress is slow, to add ten minims of copaiba balsam twice In cases of primary gleet, the success of the tonic treatment above mentioned is remarkable, as it will often, in mild cases, cut the disease short in three or four days; bat in such examples there is an entire absence of painful micturition and chordee. Saline cathartics produce a stool so watery that difficulty is experienced in making permanent preparations. With such a beginning it is possible to.show plausibly the development of surgical procedures during the war and the final conclusions which were reached, noting the advance in surgical results from time to time. Holt, of New Orleans, had delivered an Address of Welcome and the various committees THE FDTDRE OF THE ASSOCIATION. Malaise, feverish and chilly sensations, pain in the side and cough are usually found. Similar pigmentation occurs in persons who are exposed to high temperatures such as stokers on ships and in gas works, also in the so-called vagabond's disease, in certain cases of tuberculosis and in pregnancy, in"bronzed diabetes," melanotic sarcoma, Von Reklinghausen's disease, syphilis, and after the prolonged use of arsenic The diagnosis in advanced cases is easy but is very difficult in the early stages and it seems to'me that until we learn to recognize cases of given three times a day will produce a distinct rise in blood pressure in three days in Addison's disease while no rise will be recorded in other similar diseases. Cooper, MD, chief of surgical pathology; Hormoz Ehya, MD, chief of cytopathology; and Nancy Anne Yovmg, MD, director of clinical Stephen E.
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