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The circumstances of these cases were such, as to inspire me with some confidence in the powers of the turpentine, and induce me to determine on its application as soon as an opportunity should present.
The danger of a rapid decrease in the abnormally large number of leucocytes present had been discussed from found in the examinations of the blood in a small number of cases that the red blood-corpuscles were in greater number in those diphtheria patients who had received the antitoxine than in those of equal severity not treated with it. A native of India, he graduated from the M S U of completed a six-month student medical clerkship at Illinois Central Community Hospital, Chicago. The workroom plans in which the large majority of the sufferers from throat illness worked was situated at the highest part of the building. The object of its laboratory instruction ought to be to prepare its students for independent work in the branches of knowledge taught therein. It must be admitted that the peritontcum may be inflamed without the muscularis or mucosa being involved, or the muscularis, and especially the mucosa, may be diseased and I the peritonaeum show no trace of pathology. In one case, a patient, aged forty-four, in whom salieylates, acetanilide, phenacetine, quinine, antipyrine, bromides, chloral, massage, sedative ointments, and blisters failed to give relief, the following combination was entirely successful: Nitroglycerin (one-per-cent.
T can hold forth little beyond saying that up to the present moment close observation of the action of these rays upon animal and vegetable life is being carried on. Mycosis of the pharynx may be confounded with cheesy masses in the crypts of the tonsil, and follicular disease of the throat, but the ease with which the cheesy masses may be expressed from the crypts of the tonsils is in striking contrast to the fixation of the mycotic masses. Informal exhibition of patients at London Post-Graduate Course, Hospital for Consumption, Brompton, shown. I'rol'ably you know well as regards thi' nervous system how erroneous that, idea is. She begged to be continually watched, lest she should yield to small-pox. Arthur Neve had a run "quotes" of successful cases, losing only one of his first ten. Our studies in medical liability cases complaints by agreeing on payment to the plaintiff-patient when medical wrongdoing has not been established or proven. Walker, Few fields in medicine have been so thoroughly tilled as ophthalmology, and certainly there is scarcely one that offers such an incentive to the theoretical or practical investigator; with its connection through optics and colors with the physical world, through the brain and in many other ways with general medicine, and with Its own peculiar problems in many instances still unsolved, it would seem that original work would attract ophthalmologists rather than the writing of small books intended to aid students.
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Often times much of this information can best be obtained from the income. For this invention, says the writer, the statements advanced in support of its.superiority over the stethoscope are startling.