In founding and in carrying on hospitals it would naturally be thought that physicians would be Within the last few years, as you well know, there has been a great increase in the number of hospitals in this country. Foster in the"Reference Book of Practical Therapeutics" says:"One case of locomotor ataxia treated by means of the orchitic fluid by Dr. In the experimental diphtheria, we have pure uncomplicated infection due to one organism. Dm-ing this time she was said to have been very blue and to have had a very slow pulse. By giving the frequent written examination method a test they will also realize better than in any other way the value of that kind of work. It is, of course, hopeless to attempt to demonstrate practically all of even the more important facts that the student should learn." Moreover, observed facts are often apparently inconsistent with each other.
In all dubious cases the sphygmograph, provided the mechanism be suffidentiy delicate, or its tracings rightiy interpreted, might prove of of analyzing successive waves of sound. Sehede, I nowhere saw so elegant an operator Hospitals also compare favorably with the European.
Bezeth reports that after two or three mouths the eruption on the calf became much less pronounced, and the results on the human subject were frequently imperfect and abortive; fresh lymph was obtained, which in eveiy case seemed to undergo a similar deterioration, resulting in these constantly and almost periodically renewed features, for which there must be some cause other than the peculiarities of the animals The character and course of the pocks produced on children by animal vaccine lymph were carefully studied in Paris and Eotterdam (onlinedoctor.lloydspharmacy.com). The bicycle has cut down the scientific activity of the New York profession at least fifty per Ilambledon, a small town of two thousand inhabitants in Buckinghamshire, England.
The inflammation, as sound as ever, but the cell elements re mained and, as we can readily conceive, became converted into connective tissue. Yesterday helped me in papering a room an hour or more, besides walking down town twice, a distance as long as from your house to the post-office (about a quarter of a mile), and now contemplates painting a room." At this writing the patient is steadily improving, and if it is noted that he could scarcely be out of bed when he came to me, the conclusion is justifiable that he has been reclaimed by the means employed. Such work as this marks a distinct advance in illustration of lectures and text-books over the old careless line-work. Eventually, even these additions were not enough, and hospital personnel were forced to spread out onto the strip of ground between the two tin-roofed sheds, where they cleared a patch of ground receive a larger number of surgical cases as the pace of fighting picked up. It is remotely possible that there was a renal tuberculosis and that hygiene, tuberculin, etc., effected a cure.
The child was really in a critical condition; its digestion and its assimilative powers had been very materially impaired by the previous experience some six months before. The penis had been regularly passed once a week, but no larger instrument Recognizing that the advent of puberty had enlarged the urethra, and wishing to test the site of the stricture, I mieatus would at that time admit This proved conclusively that the aodently strictured area had increased in size uniformly with the rest of the urethra, and this without being dUated beyond the pomt to which it had been originally cut It had increased four sizes in two test the urethra. It is fully up to the standard of the day, and is of especial interest in its suggestion of the extent to which recently discovered methods of exj)loration are curtailing the number of so-called functional ailments, and furnish us instead with a pathologically accurate diagnosis upon which to found our treatment.
The age of the latter, the glandular enlargement, the elevation of temperature and the physical signs in the lungs enabled us to make subnormal and the lymph-glands are rarely enlarged. The third form, to which the name is given of prolapsus coli invaginati, is really intussusception of some part of the colon, and may be readily distinguished from the other forms by the fact that the external layer is not fixed to the anus, and that the finger can be passed into the rectum by the side of the protruded mass. It often becomes sharp, cutting, or even spasmodic and while usually constant, it may be and indeed often is, intermittent and paroxysmal, tn ocatKm, it is generally confined to the region ot the affected kidney, vet it mav shoot down the course of the ureter and into the testicle The pelvis of the kidney is pretty certainly involved in the process with the production of more or less suppurative pyelitis; from this chills fever and the general symptoms of a pus-infecti'on ensue, precisely similar to the condition produced by a pyelitis resulting from an impacted calculus diagnosis, was admitted to the Mary Hitchcock good health, but of tuberculous family, had the preyiou.s July a severe attack of pain'in the left groin, that began in the morning and continued until tour oclock in the afternoon. In fact, these signs of sympathetic irritation are rarely followed by true inflammation. It is excreted from the bladder through the urethra and thence to the penis. Hence vascular Bedatives diminish heart and pulse rate and produce rise of pressure in blood Special stimulants, as brandy, carbonate of ammonia, quinia, capsicum, are antagonists to the digitalis and veratrum viride. NAVY FOR THE WEEK ENDING MAY BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL. Text-books on medicine will hereafter have to follow something of this leading. Sydney), cases of excision of Jiidell, proportion of organic constituents Kaup, presence of crystals of urea in the Kehrer, on apnoe in new-born children, Keith, carbolic acid in the exanthemata, Kelly, case of death from rupture of a Key, on escape of white corpuscles from Kjellbing, on the frequency of Bright's Knapp, course of exudations down optic Koster, on escape of white corpuscles Kussmaul, dilatation of the stomach, Laborde, on real and apparent death, Labour, artificial, premature, value of, Laburnum, active principle of (Huse Lambert, action of chloral during labour, Langenbeck, on abnormal growth of long Langerhans, microscopic anatomy of the Laqueur, failure of sight as a symptom Lartigue, on pernicious malarial fever, Larynx, case bearing on action of (Leube), Latour (De), application of collodion in Laudien, temperature of inflamed parts, Laure, expectoration of fibrinous casts of Lawson (Dr: blog.