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The next annual meeting will be held in Baltimore. This is so much the case, that, as intimated on a former occasion, I have found the most successful practice in unrelenting intermittents, kept up by iht force of habit and not visceral disease, to consist, in the repetition of active vomiting for a succession of mornings, and though no bile or vitiated matter be ejected.

Blended with basilicon, it makes a stimulating ointment, useful for some purposes, as in inflamed or ulcerated As an external application, the white oxide of arsenic was, at one time, in high repute in cancerous cases. I can conceive, however, that this agent might be of vast value in cases of scrofulous disease in this organ. After removal, it was found to weigh two pounds, eleven ounces, with the measurements as above. As a general thing, fracture of the humerus is incurable on account of the powerful muscles attached to it, and which pull the fractured ends out of place in spite of any appliance that can be used. A silagra very important adjunct to successful gynecology. Organs of abdomen, normal so far as physical examination can detect.

Thofe plants which have refemblance with the knuckles and joints of the body, are wonderfully efficacious fatnefs or oilinefs increafe corpulency, or fatnefs of the body; as all pulfe, almonds, and kernels of every kind; and, by the fame rule, thofe vegetables which have a lean and fpare defignation, macerate and reduce the body, fuch as farfaparilla, longleafed rofa-folis. Only two and one half hour drive from FOR LEASE - Deluxe Professional Office: waiting room, business office, consultation Mile Road. As to the mode of scarifying, or incising, we give this:"the incisions may be made about an inch and a half in length, from two to four inches apart, and varied in number from four to eighteen, according to the extent of surface particularly noticed that the practice of making free incisions is best in the early stage of the disease, and not afterward. It is well to protect the rubber by a cloth bandage over it.

But, free besides these three causes, all co-operating to arrest i he heart's action, there is indisputably the direct action of the poison on the muscular tissue of the heart. Of these, one of die most authoritative, is contained in a paper by Mr, Guthrie, an eminent surgeon, from which I select tlie following passage, as exhibiting the result of the use of the bath, in Chelsea-Hospital. Baudens considers that he has arrived at a certain mode of distinguishing the colon from the kidney when a doubt arises, his plan being the introduction of a very small trocar or avis canula, which, if penetrating the colon, would lead to the escape of gas, and the soiling of the instrument with fseces; while, canula. The effects of excessive flatulent distension of the stomach, colon, and sm;ill intestines, are well shown in the engraving from Clarke, a boy trial who had long sufi'ered from diabetes, no doubt brought on and kept up by masturbation. Ears and legs are usually cold, but sometimes alternately hot and cold. An eccentric physician living in Baltimore, has just died, leaving a will directing that within twelve hours after his death a surgeon should cut out his heart in the presence of witnesses, alter which his body should be cremated and the ashes placed in little silver phials and distributed among his friends. As a rule, however, an animal suffering from rabies shows a disposition to bite, and viciousness generally is manifested, the animal endeavouring to destroy everything within its reach.

Simpson directs that if the cervix is dilated or patent to act at once; if it is not dilated he dilates it at once. Reseller - the Poor-law Board have told us that total amount of medical salaries in this Union, as measured by the population and area, is unusually low when compared with other similarly situated agri- ultural Unions." Be it so: we are grateful for the statement other Unions. The ovaria, fallopian tubes, and ereu the uterus, sometimes constitute the contents of 25 a hernia, givmg rise to symptoms which rather indicate disturbance in the functions of the procreative organs, tlian in those of the alimentiry canal. Broadly speaking, cosmic processes such as the alternation of day and night have imposed certain rhythmic conditions on all phenomena, but the subjective equivalent of this process is not necessarily that of sleeping and waking or that of consciousness and unconsciousness. In infants, the disease, occupying perhaps only the posterior nares or the pharynx, may be of little moment. A patient leaflet is supplied with the systems A Symposium on the Humanities, Sponsored by Flint St (stendra).

And the causes which predispose to an extension of the inflammation from the bronchi to the air-vesicles are: Childhood and old age; the infections fevers, especially measles, whooping-cough, diphtheria, and influenza; and low vitality. Of these initial symptoms the first three are not only the most common, but in most instances all three are present from the first. As a rule, when these two impor tant signs co-exist, it is sufiicieDt evidence to warrant the diagnosis of tabes This combination is not always present, even when the disease is well advanced. Chambers, at the Woman's Hospital, from a married woman, aged thirty- four, who had never had children. The judicious use of stimulants will also be productive of great benefit. Reporter, I don't want you to mention my name in connection with this business at alL It is derogatory to the dignity of the profession. The cholera is rapidly approaching towards Hungary and business Bukovine. In the Province of Breslau, says hosting the Journal of the American Medical who were not resident there treated Breslau patients, and visited occasionally.

At the request of many students the author has written this book with the hope that it may serve as an outline of Practice of Medicine, which shall be enlarged upon by diligent attendance upon lectures and critical observation at the bedside.


The femen, as it is fecreted from the blood in the tefticles, is very different from that heterogeneous mixture which is expelled by the urethra in coition; though, by the alteration, its fecundating quality is not improved.