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There are many local circumstances, particularly the character of the water - supply, which have an important influence in determining the proportion of inhabitants affected in any given place. The pleural surface showed a similar line of demarcation, the membrane being smooth and shining, except in the immediate vicinity of the line spoken of where it was thickened, reddened, A fortunate section enabled me to see the branch of the pulmonary artery running into the nodule.
The descriptions of IVIr Fox, however, may prove useful to those surgeons who, from their situation, are occasionally called upon to operate on the teeth. During the year now closing sixty-nine patients have been received," We have lost some; but our death-rate has been very small: we have sent some away uncured; but we have healed a very fair proportion, when we compare our own" The Board of Managers cannot speak in too high praise of the assistance they have received from those kind and cultivated Christian ladies who have been instrumental in carrying on the Hospital during the past year: coupon. I have several times had occasion to observe sporadic cases of typhus, which have terminated fatally, from which no second individual suffered, even in a close apartment j while in others, in which the sensorium was never affected, nor the tongue foul, the disease has spread through a The smart frosts, short as their duration was, proved fatal to some of those who are subject to returns of pulmonic complaints in the winter. Fraenkel of Konigsberg; (c) culture from the same source five months old; (d) serum from the blisters in a case of acute facial erysipelas; (e) cultures of micrococcus pyogenes aureus and albus from a virulent case of cellulitis. He is supposed to have descended on the male side directly from Asklepios through a line of practitioners of medicine. If the evacuations are particularly offensive, and appear curdled, with here and there specks of blood; and especially if these continue for any length of time, there will be good reason to apprehend that the inflammation has terminated in ulceration.
In the later stages the original multilocular vesicle becomes converted into a unilocular pustule by the thinning of the trabecule, which finally break; and by the increase in the number of leucocytes. He had many associations with the leading men of the city after the close of the Civil war, and among other things deserves to be remembered for his influence in the He was bom near Berlin, Germany, of Jewish parentage. It Is Indicated in most oases of legit deMllty, particularty wlien acoompanied by local Irritation. In anatomy and symtomatology it follows closely the teaching of medical schools.
We are considering only those in which the renal affection is secondary to the fever, and these form by far the largest number of cases in which ureemic symptoms occur. Beside the well-known anatomical appearance of the lesion, this disease is characterised by its acute course, by its spontaneous cure, by its localisation by neuralgia, by its frequent recurrence, and by its association with irritation of the cavities near which it appears. A small muscle, belonging to the inner commissure of the eyelids, well described by Professor Homer, of Philadelphia, and rior flat surface of the os unguis, near its junction with the ethmoid bone, and passes forwards and outwards, lying on the posterior face of the lachrymal ducts.
It seems to affect both sexes equally.