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All the other symptoms, however, wen for a long time in abeyance: regular "dme" stools had succeeded to the diarrhoea, and there was no longer any pulmonary catarrh: there wai The cerebral symptoms might have led one to believe that then was a lesion of the brain similar to that observed by Piednagel in j certain number of cases, a lesion consequent upon irritation or sub some resemblance to what is sometimes met with in persons sinking under the general paralysis of the insane. What can physician or pharmacist, whatever their cares, scruples, honesty or science, offer for the security of the patient comparable to what we secure with the alkaloids? Granting all else, there still remains the variable, composite character of the plant: We again direct our readers' attention to the inventor's warning to follow implicitly his instructions as to dose and vise. But a bimanual examination will usually show that the size of the uterus does not correspond with the supposed stage of pregnancy. Portal, also, who was the author of a History of Anatomy, Werthof, Hensi.ER and Gruner. We are now concerned with a possible septic embolus in the brain to account for the spinal fluid findings and we believe we can demonstrate the source of the embolus in the abdomen, probably from a mesenteric vessel, associated with either a ruptured duodenal or gastric ulcer, or an acute hemorrhagic pancreatitis. If necessary, the oesophageal tube must be used to introduce into the stomach the sustaining food which the child refuses to"What I have now said sufficiently indicates that I absolutely interdict the continuance after the operation, of certain means, which before it, might be judged more or less useful, such as calomel, alum, emetics, and purgatives.

With reference to the Creoles in the colony proper, an examination of the records of hospital cases and those of medical practitioners show that within the last forty years cancer as a disease has been spreading among them. C., for treatment; ordered home to await orders, when discharged from treatment at the Naval Medical School Hospital, duty at the Naval Medical School Hospital, Washington, D. Many of the problems of tuberculosis are complex, and this fact should be impressed on the laity, who at the present moment are disposed to take a leading part in the crusade, without adequate knowledge of the problems involved. Eupture of the abdominal blood-vessels presents nothing special in treatment by coeliotomy. But, if ether is skilfully administered, with the majority of people the unpleasantness will not be great nor of long duration, and with some, and I speak from my own experience in my own case, will Again, granted that ether is in many instances more unpleasant than chloroform, is this an adequate set-off against the risk? defenders of chloroform urge as an objection to ether is the risk of fatal the possibility of such a risk calls for the greatest vigilance against chilling That during my more than twenty years of almost exclusive use of ether in private surgical work, I can only recall one case of fatal bronchopneumonia as a sequel to an operation under ether. This feature of romance was peculiarly impressed on the aspect of the Crusades, in which a wild craving for adventures and low covetousness were associated with piety and simple faith. Now let us consider another fact as conclusively proven. : in making radiograms of the digestive tract we get a shadow which occasionally may prevent one from recognizing some thickening which produces a shadow by itself. Block does not not give a definition of a gang. - thus drain stimulation of the axillary lymphs! drainage of me leg throug't stimulation of his nu-tr in occasional reference method with a limited spl fulness.

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