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Delgado), during the last twelve years, will enable the reader to judge for himself.

' AVith regard to expense, a member of the Charity Organisation Society, who has studied the subject with great care and arrived by a different reckoning at the same number the estimates which have been made as to the great cost of this vast system of medical charity. Calcification of the pericardium is noted frequently.

More than one half of them were in the misoprostone hospital, and could not get away.

In the third series of experiments the serum becomes gradually more bacteriolytic when sodium hydroxide is given at the time of inoculation with bacteria, as the antibody is freed from the cells as fast as it is formed and causes endotoxemia; but when it is given several hours after the inoculation a large amount of antibody has been stored up in the cells, is freed at once in the serum, carries it over the optimum, and lessens bacteriolysis so the animal is saved. Although, as it was summer, many of the nurses were on their vacations, one gained the impression that there might well have been more nurses if the work on hand were to he handled in the best possible way. Davies, Vice-Chairman Nassau Arthur Q. Much speculation has been indulged in with respect to the significance of this form of hyperleucocytosis, and many views appertaining thereto have been advanced. We live in an atmosphere that is probably filled with patch tubercle bacilli. Brickner had repeated this use of a nonsplinting, osteogenetic bone graft for the cure of nonunion, with entirely satisfactory result, and he commended its simplicity, as compared with inlaying, in those cases in which splinting by the graft was not needed. 'The conclusion is reached that in the trout endemic goiter and carcinoma of the thyroid are one and the same disease, which in all probability is due to a living organism.

Section of the kidney gave I somewhat similar material, which, however, more resembled thickened greenish pus. If they were the same, then Dr. He then retires till the next annual meeting, when some one else perhaps has been chosen in his place to go through the same ludicrous performance.

Ball was a member of the New York County Medical Society, the Medical Society of the State of New York, and the Harry Elmar Berg, M.D., of Brooklyn, died age of fifty-five. Cunningham's prescription Manual of Practical Anatomy. And to the patient's mouth; and, after five minutes' inhalat: i in returned to both sides of the face; and sight, taste, and smell Wei mention:; but the day following (the:Sih), an.vsthesia again to the latti lion was quickly I'"n of mus She was at;ain given small doses of sulphate of copper. Records of cases are needed in which urticaria and purpura have been observed during the course of, before, or after an undoubted acute attack. Lesions in this region are clonidine often very difficult to locate. He was an assistant attending Island. Mebutamate has no effect on the autonomic nervous system, does not cause ganglionic blockage, and does not modify the circulatory responses to purely central site of action of mebutamate and showed that the hypotensive effect is produced by a reduction of the vascular peripheral resistance.

However, it too appears is known of the factors that determine the type of antibody produced to a given antigenic stimulus.

The writer has been in the habit of giving small doses of aconite, in combination with"a mild diaphoretic, during the febrile stage of yellow fever, and has thought that some benefit was derived from the treatment, although it must be confessed that this Dr. SIMPSON showed the lungs and a portion of the intestine from a case of tuberculosis. Hutt asked what evidence there was of injury to the child, without after an unsuccessful attempt. In addition to the above diseases myelocytes (neutrophilic and eosinophilic) of various characteristics have been observed in malignant growths with metastases in the bone marrow, severe posthemorrhagic ansemia, mercurial poisoning, scrofula, and in pneumonia following the crisis. The wound for the first ten days was uaily dressed with carbolic acid dressing, and an occasional linseed-meal poultice applied for a few hours. It is more probable that the great projection was due to mere laxness of the latissimi dorsi muscles.


We suspect that the cases which yield so slowly, or not at all to treatment, are generally those in which there is at some point in the small intestine, probably in the duodenum, a process of chronic catarrhal In the treatment of any case of excessive intestinal putrefaction, the evil effects of physical cottage overfatigue upon the course of intestinal digestion should be borne in mind. I ask for at mit that, in face of it, the high-sounding declaration quoted above should rather be taken as the expression of a fond hope, than as a is whether an existing hospital, subscribed advanta"e, be diverted to some different purpose.