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There was no erythema, and tlie health was good. It is well known that cryptogamic spores retain their vitality even when in an extremely desiccated state. The presence of the tuberculous diathesis does not forbid an operation, the local source of irritation and drain upon the system being thus removed, and a healthy traumatic surface substituted for one infiltrated with inflammatory products.
He was then taken to the Clayton Hospital, where the dressings were removed. They were originally discovered by Vater in the course of the nerves of the fingers. Post-mortem examinations were made, internal organs seemed of a healthy character, and nothing indicated diseased action.
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The next day he coughed and vomited up a large amount of muco-pus, and in it was the denuded stalk of the timothyhead, after which there was cavernous respiration. The greater number of instruments which are used in the profession, for fractures of the leg, and called," fracture boxes," are not anything better than dry goods boxes, and simply serve to accomplish the result of concealing from the surgeon the position in which a limb may happen to lie What is the reason of that? The reason is, that there never has been as yet any instance that a man devoted himself to fractures as a specialty, and nothing else, and this is the one branch in which a specialty is most needed.