He was surprised at the condition of his throat, and thereafter did not fail to apply the remedies faithfully to the affected parts. Satisfactory treatment of these cases is often very difficilt (including relatives) hare to be dealt with. Subsequently he had diarrhiua and was surprised to find in the motion a complete tamia, head and all, quite dead.

Therefore the intervening separation pad becomes an interosseus approximator, and obviously should not be used. The essential feature in the general treatment is the search for the irritant, and this cannot always be successful. 'I'he classical picture of underaction of the adrenal nii'iliilla is.seen in Addison's clisease, and it is possible that adrenal exhauslioll may play a part in war neuroses and other functional stales of adiciiiil dlNtuibunces, Fear is really a perversimi of defi'iihive nH'cliaiiism, il is the iiilensilicalinn of (he instill ciiiinol conceive that all the priiiiitive sensations of a low animiil have the aifecdvo inli-nsi(y of pain as we experieilpll it, so wo must not regard the emodoniil respoiiso of an animal to danger as huving (he Hfrec( of wliiit wo meftll by fear,'I'o do no Would bo to fall into the coinmon error, as Parker MiyH, of iiitei pri-liiig the activities of tho siiiipl'r live as even sheltered birds do, in a quiet garden, with the fear of attack and death hanging over them from moruuig to The best answer to this anthropomorpliio view is that the behaviour of birds gives no suggestion of their being depressed into melanchoUa. In its passage forwards tho head shears off the fibrous capsule of tho joint from its attachment to the fibro-cartilaginous glenoid ligament.

Left auditory canal and membrana tympani covered with dried blood; canal posteriorly ragged, as if torn by an instrument, and the whole canal Case IV.

Existing arrangements, it is stated, faulty though they be, should not be "fake" destroyed until efficient substitutes have been provided. The child bad been under the speaker's observation since it was four months of age.

These cases were brought together because they bad the Common feature of a peculiar state of consciousness during an attack that might be called petit mal.

The patient entered performed a preliminary operation, removing the infiltrated submaxillary glands, and in April removed the upper portion of the left half of the larynx (the diseased portion ), leaving the had since remained in good health, now nearly two years. On inquiry from the mother it was barned that the patient had been in the habit of eating her tnmal bones and ttfrminal phalanges. Phenic (carbolic) acid, in concentrated solution in alcohol is the best, topical agent to employ in diphtheritic angina.

The" heredo-ataxie cerebelleuse" of Marie is recognized still more readily by the exaggeration instead of the absence of the deep reflexes; by the presence of club foot, and a number of other signs which do not occur in genuine tabes. Although much is said of emotional instability, Savill makes no attempt to clear up the conception of the role of the emotions in this disease a conception which practically all agree is of primary importance.

Boobbyer, like you, Sir, would prefer to but if we cannot have more vaccination, I suggest that it is quite conceivable we should be better off, so far as small-pox in the present generation could, in the light of recent research, advocate non-vaccination or antivaccination as a means of reducing the death rate; surely every physician of experience knows that vaccination for any disease is only carrying out Nature's plan of curing by producing immunity.

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Reflex conditions in the gastrointestinal tract have been given as a cause in a large class of cases. Erfahrungen - hereby also carbuncles can be made out of crystals.