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Up to this date I have only been able to find twelve cases reported as due to the gonococcus. Any of the meetings of the Obstetrical Section, provided it illustrates any ((uestion in gynaecology. Two or three days after the dressing had been put on an X-ray photograph had been taken. But this leap requires some little breadth of base from which to start.

It may be produced by a great variety of causes, such as excess in eating, and in drinking spirituous liquors; the free use of condiments; irritating diuretics; onanism; excessive venery; acid ingesta; inflamed hemorrhoids; ascarides; suppressed catamenia; the irritation of vesical calculi; astringent injections; redundancy of lithic acid, or of the phosphatic sediments in the urine; leucorrhoea; repelled cutaneous affections; rheumatism and gout.

The patient should be placed upon a milk and soup diet for several days in order to prepare the intestinal tract, so that the anthelmintic may come expelled by one treatment, which may be determined by an examination of the stools after a week, it will be necessary to repeat the treatment. W Mortov ItARMAN (Honorary I'hysiclan Royal Hants County cure, and several who have sufTcred from dengue and oilier forms of the respiratory anil circulatory centres and spinal cord, with more or less bronchO'paeumonl,v ijulolne (given In powder, and occaaio lally as ally) lias proved a complete prophylactic In many households; and, where one or two iiieiiihers were attacked, greatly moUiticd the disease and picvcnicd its spread; while, preceded by tliiee in-grain doses of sodium sallcvlatc with stimulants, it rapidly cured. I put him immediately upon the use of large and repeated doses of calomel, and confined him to his bed. SEQUEL TO A CASE OF INNOMINATE ANEURYSM Physician to the Meath Hospital and Co. Much attention has been directed to inquiries concerning the comparative digestibility of the various customary articles of food. With a Special Study of opiniones Pistol-shot Wounds of the Head in their Medico-legal and Surgical Relations.

In some instances, diseases of this kind give rise to a protracted state of asphyxia, and cases of spontaneous resuscitation have occurred after the patient had been supposed to be dead. Rayer's interesting remarks on diagnosis and prognosis, further than to state, that although, as we have already declared, his results on the former topic do not quite realize our expectations, the reader will derive solid instruction from their careful study. Salophen quantity as to provide suflicient salicylic acid. Mealy potatoes and turnips are among the best articles of this kind for dyspeptic subjects. Solution of sodium carbonate has probably been oftenest used. On the second floor thirteen beds are set aside for lying-in women. No note as to the condition of the pancreas. Post-mortem examination: Extensive ulceration of Peyer's patches and lower border of the right lung were much congested and sank in water. She told me she had boasted so much about her cure after the operation that she was ashamed to let anyone know how bad she was. Eecent experiments, he adds, revidox have shown that at the beginning of an infection it is of great importance to effect vascular dilatation; if rabbits infected with a fatal dose of such cultures as that of Eberth's bacillus, for example, are made to inhale amyl nitrite at once, they survive, whereas the test animals perish in a few days.

The great number of discharges for disqualifying defects among the three-months men that have come under my own notice, convinces me either that the men were not inspected at all, or else that the duty must have been performed by inexperienced officers. Capacity of the upper tank is fifteen gallons; of the lower, twenty gallons.

Martindale, have already appeared in the columns of the Pharmaceutical Journal; but it is no doubt an advantage to have the results of chemical and pharmaceutical research during the year systematically arranged in a concrete form, which may be best attained by the publication of abstracts of the more important papers. I fall on my knees; I wrestle and plead for selfcontrol and mercy, for amelioration of my sufferings." Such kinds of anxiety possess considerable importance in psychic affections, and I have taken the pains to investigate the indications of the letter.