Whether the case be one of haemorrhage or acute myelitis, on theoretical grounds it has been suggested that the patient should be placed in the prone position until the acute process has ceased to progress. On admission he complained of pain in the abdominal region, especially in the iliocecal area. Bostock's Physiology, and with which I shall conclude my present communication. The cold batii is a powerful remedy; its use by the Germans is a revival of a remedy first employed by Dr. The fifth case was one of septic thrombosis of the lateral sinus, with suppuration along the internal jugular vein, and secondary abscesses in the brain. When we find a patient wearing the proper glasses, and seeing perfectly with them, we rarely find a conus, but when vision, even with the glasses, is more or less indistinct, we may expect to find the conus. The alterations ccinstBt of thickening of thi increase in thickness depending upon the formation ot a new apparently due to a disease of the epithelium lining the d new vessels are formed in the membrane, generally tortuous an In the more advanced stages of the disease, minute hemorri some of the moat tender capillaries.

Baking the joints in a hot air furnace seems to decrease the pain and stiffness; massage strengthens the atrophied muscles. These effects depend to a large extent upon the temperature and humidity of the air. It is to be hoped, therefore, that the directions herein given will be found to be generally useful and trustworthy.

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Tlie child must not be allowed to sit chamber for the purpose of evacuating the bowel, but should perform this act lying m bed or in a squatting position over a shallow receptacle or newspaper be strapped together with a broad piece of strapping, the front edge of which passes just behind the anus. Usually it is combined, as in most cases of clinical liver disease with jaundice, with lesions of other organelle groups in the hepatocytes. Take cancer, for example; that may be in many cases constitutional, yet we know also of many cases of cancer which recover if operated upon early enough. The history of tubercle, ever since its first description by Laennec, has been a history of controversies ( The need for health care? We see that in much greater volume in communities such as the one in which I served. Much must depend should suppose that few individuals would object to submit to a trial, although the hope of success As I propose this communication to be of a practical nature, I abstain from entering into anypathological observations on the nature and cause of the affection, further than to remark, that the complaint appears to consist essentially in a loss of power over certain voluntary muscles, and that as the muscles themselves do not seem to be affected, it ought probably to be referred to the class of nervous diseases, and may be regarded as in its seat, and in its being confined to one set of muscles, while chorea affects a much greater number of parts, and produces a proportionally greater disturbance of the constitution and functions. Proof of the diagnosis rests upon culture of the Treatment consists of surgical excision with primary closure. Response to their demand for it, as indicated by hunger. Every year, every month of the child's life that pathogenic ametropia is operative is the most precious of all wasted opportunities. There is, of course, one exception to this statement; namely, the pelvis being the dependent part of the whole of the abdomen, any fluid tends to collect there in a pool, and it is most important that this pool should be emptied. Thirty-plus persons were killed and more than fifty injured. Called on at any time to treat a case of mental disease without a speciaUst's assistance, and without the aid of a mental hospital.