The most common form of tuberculosis other tlian pulmonary that we are called upon to treat is tuberculosis of the larynx. Of the methods that are in vogue, outside the Noguchi method, possibly Lesser's ether extract has been most reliable in the writer's hands, yet, this ether extract is capable of rapid changes. Horder has shown that by using the same methods in cases of ulcerative endocarditis he has obtained positive results in over ninety per cent.

When more pronounced, treatment becomes necessary.

In ten cases injections were employed in conjunction with salol; but he subsequently increased the dose of salol to ten, twenty, and in a few cases to thirty grains, and relied upon its internal administration without the assistance of injections. Fractures of the bones are caused easily, and unite quickly with a great amount of callus, the condition being akin to the arthropathic changes seen in the joints where there is rapid effusion and abnormal movement (Charcot's joints), the knee being the joint most commonly affected. As gastric irritability may be due to gastric ulcer or cholelithiasis, the causative factor of such irritability must be decided upon by carefully examining into the condition of both the liver and the stomach.

In this way even minor accidents were cared for promptly and with the least possible disturbance, assistance being always immediately available. A new American, from the last and improved London edition, edited by F. The chills varied in intensity, being sometimes slight, but occasionally severe, with shaking (review). The sensory phenomena exhibited by the left arm and leg, at first of tingling, with pain at the insertion of the deltoid, and the sensation of coldness of the left shoulder, giving way in time to greater impairment of sensation, and disappeai'ance of the deltoid pain and coldness, may reasonably be ascribed to the state of the O'iyht optic thalamus. Exercise in walking or riding may be observed throughout the whole course of the disease.

Convince the patient that a few hours spent in a large, airy park or upon the deck of a ferry boat is much better for his health the rantings of an underpaid and overworked stock company.

By it they could now avoid frequent interference with the dressings. During all these to be the sort of man that might be believed, that he has been absolutely faithful to his marriage vows.

It should not cause diarrhoea.

In work, with free upward extension of the incision in the abdominal wall so that rotation of the liver can readily be obtained, is also of great benefit. The vagina should never be tamponed for post partum heemorrhage, but when other measures fail the uterus may be packed with idoform or salicylated gauze. It cannot be doubted any longer that in rare instances the disease may exist and even end fatally without the typical convulsions. An hour or more before tiie expected together with some of the canker teas. The present communication is intended to be suggestive rather than exhaustive, and, for obvious reasons, a detailed enumeration of the manifold conditions that may simulate a McBurney point The relation of prolapsed right kidney to the condition under consideration has been emphasized by nephritic, like the ureteral, the gallbladder; the gynx'cological and genitourinary conditions that naturally force themselves upon our consideration in connection with this theme are too well known to surgeons to require more than mention here. The bend of the splint at the knee permits slight flexion of the leg. This will as fully test its efficacy as the twenty-grain doses by the mouth ( It is true her heart had the normal hypertrophy, which we know accompanies pregnancy; and, moreover, her kidneys Averc suddenly rendered functionally almost entirely useless. An objection to be made to this conception is that in certain affections, such as syringomyelia, an affection that is non-syphilitic, there can exist arthropathies similar to those of tabes. The drug was especially beneficial in emphysema, though in one case it invariably gave rise to vomiting. Heating disorganizes these elements, devitalizing the milk and changing it from a live, fresh food to a dead, preserved food. It has been proposed in the British Medical Journal to test for color-blindness the men)bers of the British Medical Association at the next meeting at Cambridge. A chart of blood pressure readings in normal individuals from the age of ten to ninety years showed that with the advance of life the blood pressure seemed normal range under any circumstance; figures beyond that were always associated with something pathological.

He opened the abscess and, finding tlie bone bare, stripped the periosteum off and removed it. Here it is that the serum treatment has its smallest application.

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