From twenty-eight observations of obstructions of tho portal vein, Freiichs cites but three cases in which there was no ascites, but in tliese there were liaemorrhages ijito tlie stoniacli or intestines, whicli tliis author believed to be supplemental to tlie ascites. Noticed that the passages were studded with white patches, and at times almost entirely composed of them. These distinguished surgeons were, however, anticipated by Mr. Opera omuia luedico-practica, et anato mica. Quarantine was declared that day, August Railroad were stopped running altogether.

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David Cogan of Boston who was visiting New Flaven. Meigs published a course of lectures which he had delivered before the students of the Jefferson Medical College at Philadelphia.

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It receives its tributaries through the tempro maxillary, labial, palpebral and frontal, and has communicating branches with the ophthalmic veins and in this way establishes connection with the cavernous sinus within the cranium, bringing about free communication between the external or superficial circulation and the deep or intracranial circulation. Of these rabbithearts he showed a series of specimens.

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There is no effective treatment at present except the use of sedatives such as luminal. Likewise, the carpenter, the bricklayer, the blacksmith took great pride in what The medical profession has a proud heritage which goes back to ancient times. He is a big, rugged individual with keen, searching eyes and fine facial features.

The hard portion of the comedo was continuous with an adhesive substance dipping deeply into the follicle. Per rectum: a good deal during the forenoon; urine thick and of a yellowish color. There were two procedures mentioned in my paper: The question of not cutting the ribs as they are freed from the pleura of the lung, but waiting until all of the ribs have been freed before cutting any of them, at the same time keeping the gauze packed between the rib and the lung: Tratado de la agua tbe physiology of digestion. A very earnest man, well known in the literature of his specialty, brought forward as an axiom the proposition that the average midwife was not able to comprehend the complications of a natural labor and to grasp the principles of antisepsis and asepsis; that the midwives are incorrigible quacks who never admit their ignorance, and that" it is necessary to pursue a war of extermination against that pestilential remnant, the pre-antiseptic midwife and schools for midwives." This settled the question once more, and the difference between the actual condition of things just described and the desirable but yet-to-be-created legally supervised schools and their scholars was entirely overlooked. Chinese physician, in his native country, is in the neighborhood of five cents.

Finally Five other cases were presented in this series all having abnormal electrocardiographic tracings and gall bladder disease, all having symptoms suggestive of coronary artery disease and all of whom following operation improved both clinically and in their Fitz-Hugh and Wolferth concluded that electro ciu'diographic changes, mainly Mat or inverted T gall bladder disease and disappeared after surgical intervention.