The cause of the relapse is most likely a reabsorption of the poison, and probably glands which escaped the typhoid bacillus during the primary attack of fever become affected; or it may be that some of the poison is retained in the spleen or soine other organ, and is subsequently liberated and thrown of other micro-organisms found in the diseased tissue, which must be looked upon as the cause of these complications; and we know now that in many of these complications not only in enteric fever, but in other infectious diseases, both acute and chronic (pneumonia, diphtheria, and can be readily distinguished, their association often being only a coincidence, as, for example, enteric fever and tuberculosis, or enteric fever and typical diphtheria due to Loffler's bacillus. During this period the rate of output remained practically constant, a good example of a maximal response to a supramaximal stimulus. Antiseptic compresses are often ordered to the place where the incision will be made. This is taught as an adjunct to regular health care and is designed to enhance understanding of the relationship between good nutrition and health. This has the advantage, to be most efficient in mitigating the symptoms, will be found to be a thorough cholagogue cathartic The beet combination that I have found is the compound taraxacum and podophyllin pill) which I have often heretofore recommended. The feet, legs and forearms gave no definite evidence of any pathologic changes in any of the bones. He called the Adjutant ( leneral Otherwise f do not think yon would have had one here, because they did not know there was such a society. If all the human serums had used in the original Wassermann reaction, it would have been found that a far larger proportion show natural amboceptor, as smaller amounts of natural amboceptor are brought out by greater amounts of complement. Even in those cases where the pecuniary condition of invalids does not require that kind of kinds of exercise usually taken by such persons where the mental excitement is very desirable in most chronic diseases, and the great diversity of mental action educed in the pursuit of sdentific agriculture, with the quiet, genial and refreshing repose enjoyed by those who follow that business either for pleasure -or profit, peculiarly adapt it to the necessities of the consumptive invalid.

Beef tea, animal broths, and nitrogenised foods are positively harmful, and prevent the most certain medicinal agents from acting efficiently. A more complete list, with the titles of the books, may be found in Sailer's Europe (and even after Mondino's book had been widely distributed), Avicenna was still in the hands of all those who had an enthusiasm for medical Another of the distinguished Arabian physicians family name, Ibn-Zohr. I will read for your information a letter which I wrote to my old and esteemed friend. When tonics are given the dilute nitro-muriatic acid is very useful with small doses of nux vomica; and children take quinine with great benefit if the dose be not too small. In the less strongly marked cases the pulse is oppressed, that is, the stroke of the heart is more protracted than natural, or made with a sudden laborious jerk, which you will readily recognise when you have once By lassitude I mean debility of mind or incompetency of mind. We must assume that in such cases the disposition is entirely or partly absent. From a tumour at the base of the skull, probably involving the sphenoid bone (

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Until within a short period the medical atithorities taught the doctrine that scurvy was somewhat peculiar to cold climates, and was mainly produced by the use of salted and putrescent meat.

Now, however, we have abundant evidence that under certain conditions a disease not unlike enteric fever, with lesions resembling those seen in it and presenting typhoid bacilli in the various organs, can. Isolated cases of cerebro-spinal meningitis occur without obvious causation, and the recognition of them before death may be very difficult. While the above report might indicate to The disease kills men and women chiefly in the uninformed that it represents fifty-four xhs most active, most productive period of patients, it is quite possible that there were lifg, when their work is worth most tothemonly sixteen persons. It may be looked upon as a favorable indication, but this indication is only a relative one. Stubbs was an assistant professor of surgery at the University of Missouri Medical Center.