Analogous results are produced when the arterial pressure is raised by other methods. A varying degree of lassitude may have been noticed for a short while, or there may have been a dull headache for a day or so or a part of a day, when a very positive sense of chilliness or even a decided rigor may usher in the attack.


The teaching consists of clinics in the amphitheater, ward rounds, and attendance by members of the senior class upon out-patients in the dispensary. Haug has demonstrated the tubercular nature of such cases by an examination of portions of the diseased cartilage of the auricle as well as of the pus evacuated from the diseased tissue. Occasionally there is retention of urine from parahsis of the bladder. Mettauer's school bodies at Randolph Macon.

Moreover, when the patient survives the effect of the bleeding, there is an unusual risk of his dying of peritonitis. The spleen is dark red in color, and weighs four ounces. The precise conditions upon which it depends have not yet been decided. They at a very early period saw that there was a pyramid necessity for fresh legislation. - the extremities are cool; pulse not much altered, not hard or bounding; no infection of eyes; pupils rather dilated, if altered at all. The cultures and sub-cultures were inoculated into calves and produced vaccine vesicles. Apart from the general quickening of the pulse, temporary accelerations may occur at any time from slight causes. With the enlargement of the spleen the liver kept pace, both pushing upward against the lungs and forcing the heart upward and to the right. Under the microscope these scrapings are found to consist of closely packed epithelial cells with vesicular nuclei. It is well stocked w T ith recent literature, including books and periodicals of general interest. Of the Stethoscope a short essay on the prophylaxis of puerperal peritonitis.

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Materia Medica, Midwifery, "" and Botany; fair in Medicine. In tabetic individuals of an lachrymal eland secretion, I believe iodides, be in just this class, to be contraindicatcd. Their outlines are well defined, and in many cases they appear to be sending out projections. To produce a marked effect it is necessary to give the salt subeutaneously; when given by mouth, the lesions are slight. The only exceptions in the group are found in doubtful or atypical cases, or those that have undergone operative treatment. Physical diagnosis, electrocardiography and the therapeutic management of cardiac cases are stressed. Geyer, M.D Associate Clevell Howell, M.D _ Associate Samuel S. This book had a wide circulation and was accepted as a standard both in America and in England.