Classes in gymnastics, calisthenics and folk dancing, are also important factors in the It is obvious that the facilities for these various forms of treatment, as well as enough physicians to do the work and enough nurses, must be available. Soon after the United States entered the war he ofered his services and was appointed First Lieutenant in the Medical Corps of the Army, and assigned as instructor of medical officers in the War Demonstration Hospital and in the Laboratory Courses of the Institute. He alludes as follows to forty-four cases of paralysis:" Of these it may be generally remarked that those in which the paralysis, whether of sensation or motion, or both, depended on exposure to cold or rheumatism, upon some functional affection, often of a local character, or upon the impression produced by effusion in some part of the cerebro-spinal centre which had become absorbed under the influence of previous treatment, the result of the application of electricity was most successful; whilst in those cases in which the paralysis depended upon some persistent structural lesion, whether produced by accident or otherwise, I never saw the slightest beneficial result." Amongst the cases are some remarkable cures of lead peripheral paralysis. After five months a similar process became manifest in the left leg, but this enlargement never attained the proportions of the one on the right, which persisted, unaffected by all treatment.

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