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The report moved by the Speaker was seconded by the president of the Royal College of Physicians (Dr. On the right side the diaphragm is at the lower border of the fifth rib; on the left it is convex downward, the lower portion reaching the lower border of the rib. On the contrary in those cases the The condition of the fundus of the eye is interesting. Occur most usually at the close of the summer. If an animal treads on a sharp rock and falls lame at the time, or picks up a nail on the road, it will be noticed and attended to. It is not the vein itself which is wounded, but every gland is connected with this by means of a short venous branch with a relatively large caliber.

If we admit, as some do, that there is no such thing as natural immunity against vaccination, we have to ascribe all the failiu-es to imperfections in the lymph or technique and from a practical standpoint we cannot do better than take such gromid. A small cap with a sharp hook attached fitted on to the Gross's foreign-body i. Response to Antibiotics, Ar senicals and Heavy Metals All respond but time-dose requirements for cure vary a.

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To impose such a restriction is impracticable; and if it were practicable, it would most completely prevent all progress and improvement. Kahlden, a thoracic duct involved in an acute abdominal inflammation may be the point of origin of emboli. Will some of the readers of the Lancet offer an Gaz.) his method of treating club-foot, which is applicable to the large majority of congenital or acquired deformities of the feet; but the milder with patience, be cured without operation. They were used by many, but the number of bald men was not diminished. They believed that the reason that Ashhurst did not obtain an even higher percentage of perfect results vvas because of the relatively prolonged immobilization which he practised and the absence of passive movements and massage from the after treatment. Kennard closes his paper with a rather humorous divergence to an affiliated subject, and as in these dull times, when the collection of medical accounts has become an obstetric impossiblity, a little laughter may prove favorable to the digestion" We have waves in medicine and surgery that sweep everything before them, and wash every enthusiastic seeker for glory into the grand maelstrom that engulphs them all. The leaflets, which are occasionally exported, resemble Dicypellium caryophyllatum and of Syzygium caryophyllceum. The patient must also fast the same day, and must neither eat much nor little till an hour after the operation. Good results have been reported following the injection of much smaller doses at more frequent intervals, but the writer has had no experience with this method.

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