Richard Mackenzie of Edinburgh, had a lady patient who was in the habit of thrusting needles into her foot, and then submitting to a surgical operation for their removal; I believe no fewer than ten needles were cut out in this way from one foot, and then a remark having caught the patient's same foot, the next needle appeared in the opposite Professor Bennett, of Edinburgh, had under his care a woman who brought him pieces of fresh animal bladder, as having been passed by herself. In gaU-stone colic subsequent jaundice, bile-stained urine, and detection of gall-stones in the faeces are important diagnostic points. To breathe long, deep draughts of it makes you walk with a lighter step and feel like you are young again. Quinin has, however, been used most injudiciously in the tropics for malaria. We note that no one of the surgical celebrities of Paris assisted on the occasion. It contained nearly a pint of liquid; the mucous membrane was grayish in color, and separated readily from the submucous structures.
The works of Klemperer had been disproved. The retiring officers properly feel a pride in passing over to their successors the loyalty and good faith the Society is markedly courteous in evincing to the officers of its choice; and the new officers themselves may feel assured that their wisdom and assiduity, applied to the common interest, will alternative be Be it known, that it is desired to hold another meeting of the Dr. Now, what causes the proportionately rich formation of this substance in the blood and its proportionate abundance in the excrements of the body, where, normally, only traces of it can be found? At present, this question cannot be satisfsictorily answered.
If the infection could be transmitted by contact with the patient or his secretions, by inhaling his emanations in the sick-room, or by the use of contaminated food or beverages, there would be no imaginable reason why the disease should not be transmitted at the City of Mexico as well as at Vera Cruz: review. I think we can uncover refractive defects under atropia better than under homotropine. He daily continued this avocation for six or seven months without any sickness, save a chronic nicer of the left leg, which he dressed with ointment. It is difficult to believe, for instance, that a patient is cured by high dilutions of lime, when he is "times" swallowing a thousand times as much in every drink of water he takes.
The splint may be removed to cleanse the back or to note its efficiency, taking the impressions made by the felt pads either side the spinous processes as a guide. " Cleanliness is next to godliness," wash and be clean.
He opened his eyes and answered" What," when called by name, but relapsed into a lethargic state, from which he could be aroused by speaking loudly to him. We sincerely trust that the aforesaid representative of the globulistic craft A TKiAL fd.,, infringement of the Lunacy Law took residing at Pinner, in?diddlesex.
The Chemical Products of the Anaerobic Putrefaction of Pancreatic and Hepatic Tissues, and their Effects upon the Tests for Morphin; by Victor C.
When membranous exudate is present two conditions occur. Normal amounts were found in cases of cystitis, leukemia, and typhoid fever eight days after defervescence; diminished amounts in cases of chronic anemia, of typhoid fever during the period of defervescence, of intestinal obstruction attended with persistent vomiting, of acute phosphorus-poisoning, and of hypertrophic cirrhosis of the liver. It was site odorless and without sign of decomposition. Harold Baer and his group (Section on Allergenic Products) are continuing their studies on the specificity of tuberculin.
Hut even when pain sends the patient for advice, how often the doctor will find Argyll Robertson pu pils existing at the same time! The same delivery remark may be made in regard to the loss of the knee-jerk. Certainly they in no respect ameliorated the disease; while, on the other hand, diuretics were of evident advantage.