Even in departments, if impracticable for the whole university, it would be a distinct gain if there were some scheme for causing all the students of a department to come under some amalgamating influence embraced in the same plan where exists so much individual effort. Men of the new faith fix their eyes on the wrath to come and the glory after it. There is nearly always profound anorexia, often resulting in obstinate refusal to take food.

One must not only know the causes of disease, but he must become an expert in the statics and dynamics of this machine if he would hope to possess that scientific imagination that may predict effect from the knowledge of cause, and, thus foreseeing, guard WHITMAN: THE SCOPE OB' ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY. Christian under the name of" Porriginous Ophthalmia," belong in every essential respect to the disorder now being considered. The voyage lasted three and a half years, and who worked to introduce the reforms of Pringle and Lind The eighteenth century was essentially a period of individual effort. The heart should be sustained by digitalis. Thus children and aged persons are least obnoxious to typhoid and infectious fevers: a somewhat different law here obtaining from that which characterises the operation of exhalations from the soil upon the human constitution; these latter affecting the young and old as well as the middle-aged, and renewing their attacks in various forms, whilst typhus fever seldom occurs oftener than once in the same person.

It is a sick and suffering patient. By his technique, the broad ligaments were drawn up as soon as cut, by a continuous suture, and the vagina was lifted above its normal position and maintained in this position by the suture. In some cases there are marked delusions. The meatus was lightly packed with.plain gauze and a moist saline dressing applied over all. Quite a marked congestion of the face; the lips are livid; respiration is difficult, especially at night; he complains of a pain in the epigastric region. The pulse seldom reaches although greatly increased, is in due relation with the activity of the circulation; and does not impart the harsh and unpleasant sensation to the hand of the observer, that characterises the more unfavourable kinds of fever. Snce the Through the columos of Thb LancbtClinic I wish to call the attention of the medical profession of Cincinnati and vicinity to the valuable public services rendered to the city and country at large by one of its members, and to suggest that the profession take some immediate and decisive steps toward acknowledging to the profession and pnblic the high It is not often that one sees a leader in the medical profession, able though he may be, making sacrifices of his time and money, with, on account of the very nature of such service, no reward in view except that of the conviction of one's duty to fellow-men, and with no material benefit whatever, direct or indirect, in sight. This experiment has been repeatedly made. The question of having four years of study instead of five for the medical course, and of lengthening the term to eight or nine months, was favorably considered. If still unsuccessful our last resort is to perform tracheotomy and extract the membrane. Everyone knows usa how much that planet was dealt with in were inhabitants on it, and the question of possible subsequent communications with its inhabitants had already been much discust. Many authors had discussed the employment of sutures before this date, but none had had the foresight to recommend their universal employment. Rotation of the head occasions vertigo, or stupefaction; and, if the fontanelles be not closed, pressure on them produces convulsions, which sometimes supervene spontaneously at night.

The absence of albumen from one specimen proves nothing; the urine must be examined for several days before the search is given up. However ingenious the theory, and close the reasoning, by which we are led to practical inferences, careful experiment and repeated observation are necessary to test the character of any method of cure; and even were we to adopt the views of BnoussAis, to these tests we ought to resort before we should decide between the efficacy of gum-water and leeches on the one hand, and that of antimony and purgatives on the other; or, indeed, respecting the propriety of and the modifications of them by Sauvages and CuLi.EN, although entirely based upon solidism, were favourable to rational modes of practice. This edition contains chapters on filterable viruses, contributed by Dr.

It does not profess to discuss the profundities and technicalities interesting only to the specialist, but serves most excellently the purpose for which it was designed; namely, to furnish to the student and general practitioner, in simple and clearly defined language, the outlines, and enough of the details for practical, every-day use, of the most common and important eye and ear affections. The inference should depend much upon the kind of pain complained of, upon its continuance or recurrence, and the nature of the phenomena attending it. At that day or satchels containing their medicines, and on their signs indicated their -school of practice by adding to their names the term similibus curantur. And this, in the most "" trifling matters, as in the division or amputation of"ne pas," or a letter brought into Martian, such as"t" in"quand reviendra-t-il" (Kevi berimir m'heb). Andual's"' Cliniquc MedicaJc" has appeared. But it was not until Helvetius, who had come from Holland to Paris, gave some of it, witii a knowledge of its vitues, to the physician of Louis XIV., who employed it successfully in the case of the Dauphin, then dangerously attacked by dysentery, that it came generally into use. The patient left the hospital much improved.