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Are willing to come to his views in one jump after, as he says, the year before last he himself voting alone, and on previous years with a very slight support. But hospital treatment except for men with high temperatures or otherwise needing admission would not be feasible in the case of large numbers of men suffering from chronic malaria in an army men; these men were under ordinary conditions except that they performed no large amount of work. When the jaw is greatly depressed, the condyles move forward, carrying with them the interarticular cartilages; then they break through the capsular ligament and, gliding over the eminences, are drawn away from their articular surfaces by tlie action of the external pterygoid, the temporal, and the masseter muscles.

Their occurrence is so exceedingly infrequent that their existence has been (juestioned: thus, Krukenburg found that what appeared to be a fatty concretion consisted in fact of parafHne derived from a parafliine bougie. The hallucinations of little moving black figures are especially characteristic.

Sleep means a great diminution -'enerally in schools, prisons, and all institutions.

And how can ignorance and fanaticism base their objections to the system of cremation on the religious idea of resurrection?"Does an omnipotent God need the assi.stance of man to accomplish his great work? Is the void of the tomb more favorable to resurrection than are the ashes of the urn? That power which can recall to life every part and parcel of the human body, wdiether devoured by ferocious beasts or burnt at the stake like the martyrs and saints thousands of years ago or dissolved in the waters of the seas or which have turned to clay on many a battlefield, can certainly resuscitate the ashes of In all countries where cremation has been adopted it is only after all religious rites and church ceremonies have been performed that the corpse is taken to the cre REFERENCE HANDBOOK OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES. Or at any rate m the chronic forms, abnormalities in the urine may be the only symptom of disease obtainable.

Standard Sizes, stocked in Sectional Panels, simple in construction, to erect abroad by ordinary labour. This may arise from deep-seated ulcers, which do not reach actual perforation, so that we have a peritoneal tuberculosis or a tuberculous peritonitis. All the symptoms of this worst and most common form of hay fever can be accounted for upon the hypothesis set visible seats of the disease; and the successful results obtained by the proper use of the Chapman ice-bag, though few in number thus far, it will be seen, bear witness to the apparent truth of the hypothesis. They appeared healthy, and one had just been sold In Tremout, at the stable of Mr. Koclier's method will give by far the Backward dislocations are quite rare. Unfortunately, it stops at the V)eginning of the nineteenth century, but it is based upon original research and there are few of the smaller sized books which convey so much accurate being very full on the modem period and can be recommended to anyone who wishes to see medical history medical"Who's Who" up to the middle of the nineteenth century, eminently are indispensable, containing manv valuable bibliographies.

Hatenhoff at the occasion of unveiling a monument in the Geneva Cemetery in memory of the distinguished oculist, Daviel. In one case for a time under my care, the eyelids were involved, swollen, and then destructive ulceration began, threatening the integrity of the eyelids.

It not infrequently occurs in the desquamating period in the form of a benign purulent otitis, but may, on the other hand, occur at the height of the disease in a very serious form, with a pronounced tendency to necrotic degeneration. He was but for three months previous to his consultation with me he had suffered from a violent exacerbation every night He would suddenly wake at midnight and begin sneezing There was a tremendous discharge of watery mucus from the nostrils and posterior nares; the latter in such quantity as almost to choke him, and he always soiled from would subside, but he would lie awake until morning, and on rising was regularly attacked by cranial neuradgia, which did not cease until noon.

They are at present doing training, road making, route marching, etc., and play football with much vigour after the day's work. There are seldom any prodromata. More rarelj' it breaks through into been described, all have one feature in common, that is, they are accompanied by loss of substance.

The pterygium pingiie of the older authoi's is the Pinguecula of the present day, which is no longer regarded as a variety of pterygium; while their jit'eniqiii li,, jiuiliqiniiii was, as its name implies, simply a malignant growtli involvmg the cornea, which at the present day one wouhl of course, not think of confounding with trui- pterv,ti:ium same eye, advancing upon the cornea from different directions, and cases of this character have been reported time to time been discu.ssed, and various theories have growth. Hogs of an affection resembling measles.

And, in contrast, they suggest that propranolol would be of no benefit in low-renin types of hypertension, while diuretic therapy should be helpful. Even in the first days of the fever the bacilli can often be demonstrated in the blood.