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It will be observed that most of these forms of eye diseases are rare in syphilis, but their possible occurrence should always be kept in mind. At c, the ring-like constrictions of the parasite are seen shining through a very thin portion of serous membrane; and the portion of liver at d represents an empty cavity into the peritoneum. The name thus given her indicated how he was enamoured of her. Hence the symptoms in the advanced stage of many fevers are closely assimilated, although the primary poisons have been perfectly distinct (Paekes, All these events tend to render the febrile state an extremely complex one, and its investigation difiicult. The wouad was completely healed on the seventeenth day. Eggs have been noticed in the contents of the intestine but these may have resulted Clinical Diagnosis.

He said he did not do this with any idea of depreciating the value of choked disk as one of the signs of brain-tumor; but only for the purpose of pointing out the error of rejecting the diagnosis of such a growth simply because the optic nerves were not choked, a mistake into which he himself had been led on one occasion some time since. Adopted at Oldham and Dorchester be rtcommended for smaller ones patients coming from districts outside should be requested to bring notes from medical men before being who are in a position to pay a moderate fee but are not in a position to pay the ordinary fee of specialists. Less than three drachms of chloroform had been used. It does not appear that vegetable or animal filth increases this liability, although there are other objections to the town of Natick using Lake Remsen's lucky hit in finding the real catisa caiisans of this curious taste and smell, have apparently satisfied the Water Board and many of the public, to judge from the sententious advice:" If you don't like the water, drink whiskey," and from the readiness of our citizens to accept what seems to them the inevitable, and purchase their drinking water. Yours respectfully, Official List of Changes in the Stations and Duties of Officers serving in tin- Medical Department, United States as member of Army Retiring Board at Washington, D.C., Gardner, Edwin F., Captain and Assistant Surgeon.

And that the school has not had a dozen medical clinics since its conception, and has no charts, casts, manikin, skeleton, wet or dry specimens, or, in fact, any other apparatus to teach with, should, we think, not be used against the school, but rather as an evidence of the earnestness of The malicious hints of its detractors, that the school is run to furnish salaries for the brothers, aunts, and cousins of the Board, we are pleased to report is without foundation.

Unfortunately, the list of towns thus improved is a very short one. If the advocates of this treatment would only add to their efl'orts by keeping up the improved position they would obtain much better results. If the skin be moist and perspiring, the use of a cold water bath is sitting in an empty tub, and having from four to six buckets of cold water form of administration is especially useful where cerebral symptoms are severe, with depression of the motor energy of the brain and cord, threatening paralysis of the heart, or severe degrees of bronchial complication with passive collection of large quantities of thick secretion in the tubes. Lactic acid has been found in the urine in rickets. In the second place, it is noteworthy that despite variations in the character of the fat fed, there is an inherent tendency to maintain a typical constancy for the species and the particular depot under consideration. Interfere by depletion or by stimulation when nothing should be done, and the patient is lost, who, if it had not been for you, would have been safe. Yours respectfully, winter-time, and rarely in any northern latitudes save under very peculiar and exceptional circumstances.

This retention of water in the system cannot at present be explained; but Dr. Moreover it demands a different and much Acutegeneral peritonitis, thus defined, may'arise in several ways, each way presenting somewhat difl'erent clinical history and symptoms. This condition is sometimes described as intumescence of the glands, and with the congestion just noticed generally is swollen, relaxed, and turgid, especially the villi, which are particularly distinct, imbedded in a thick layer of dirty-yellow gelatinous mucus. Its use has the serious disadvantage of being most offensive to the olfactories of the patient and his friends, but by care in applying it, and avoiding spilling it about, this can be somewhat controlled. Yamagiwa reports cirrhosis of the liver resulting from emboli of eggs in the portal area (or perhaps co-existence of these (d) Infection review of Other Organs. He found that the blood of the gouty person is not a saturated solution observation is, that an over-loading of the blood with uric acid is not alone to be regarded as the cause for the deposition of the sodium biurate in the tissues. So good results deserve study. All cases much depended upon the intensity and persistence of the toxin, and mucli also on the personal peculiarities and vulnerability of Dr. Such a history during pointed out that very often the cervix shrank, whereas the body of the uterus was inflamed, fluid became pent up, and colicky pains resulted. He thought that the number of cases of patients who, having had an attack of syphilis, went through life without ever hearing from it again, must be greater than formerly. Our information upon the species of organisms which can, or usually give rise to such disorders, is at present exceedingly limited and unsatisfactory; indeed, it is very probable that such disorder may be due to many different species of organisms, acting under special conditions; thus only certain portions of the community, apparently all subjected to the influence of the same etiological cause, are attacked, and these, except in the case of epidemics, at different periods.