Five days later a phlegmon well back in zoll the orbit was curetted, and definite communication with the posterior ethmoids was uncovered. In one case the spleen weighed only one ounce; in the others it avis varied in weight from four to eight and one-half ounces, the enlargement being seemingly due to a simple hypertrophy with some fibrous hyperplasia. It often increases aiid diminishes, during and between the paroxysms of intermittent (ague-cake).

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Cattle, also, are, to a less degree, subject to the same parasite. From that body to the State Society but that his name and the names of these others were not reported to the Secretary-Treasurer of the State Society as the delegates from the Mecklenburg County Society and do not so appear in the list of delegates given in the printed program.

I found also, by inquiry from the witnesses, that they were aware that the plant is poisonous, and that'it would blister the mouth if chewed'; that it grows commonly in the gardens near deceased's residence; and that they had heard of individuals in their country to whom it had proved fatal. The rays have little effect on the dilated vessels and almost none on the tumefaction. So far as I know, but very few cases of puerperal septicaemia treated by Warburg's tincture have been recorded (erfahrungen). We did find an unexplained rupture of a small jejunal vessel with submucous hematoma. For ten years she had been unable to open her mouth. The slightest attempt to move the arm was productive of great suffering, referred chiefly to the deltoid muscle, but atlectiug the whole arm very considerably. We have only to turn back to the grand platform of Bacon, on which all modern science is built, to see that to found the practice of medicine on observation is to make it eminently scientific. Small, completely excised wounds could be primarily sutured after the application of brilliant green, in the experience of Captains Hendle Short, Arkle, and King. The two stitches which were removed allowed theincision to open just as though it had only been sutured, and did not even bleed.

This corrected simultaneously the "bewertung" adduction and internal rotation. The skin must be kept open by baths, frictions, and sufficiently warm clothing. Taylor! THE ETIOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF PELLAGRA Dogmatism is not limited to the field of theology. It may be said that physiology log-in shows its value to medicine most when it takes over the study of disease processes, when it is employed in the study of the diseased body as well as of the healthy body. This technique was readily carried out with very little bleeding. He recommended the administration of chloroform when in doubt about diagnosis, bewertungen followed by the introduction of the hand, which was easily done if the accoucheur's hand was not too large.