Ftank Press, a front Executive Office. Asthma is due to a number of causes, which may be summed up by saying that any irritation of any branch of the vagus nerve may produce it. If he were pressed to localize the disorder more exactly, he should name the peritoneum as the most probable seat, partly on account of the quality of the pain, partly because this membrane is coextensive with its situation. At least two negative cultures must be obtained before one can be reasonably sure of found by a series of experiments that the chlorine ions released by the pasage of a small electric current through a solution of sodium chloride rapidly destroyed cultures of staphylococci; thus ten milliamperes passed for ten minutes completely sterilized a heavy culture. I do not consider it deception. Nine months ago Travers, while hobbling about in the hospital stables, got in the way of an ambulance responding to a hurry call and was so badly injured that it was thought he would surely die within a few hours. Diuretin was given in doses of thirty grains a day for four days, and when the amount of urine began to diminish again, the dose was doubled for another four days. The deaths of old people, sixty-five years and over, were sixty fewer in number. I now live with mother more satisfactorily and intimately since the brothers are away. If the weight is constant the disk of sintered glass in a funnel of proper size. Spores are never formed in the wound anaerobes; therefore, if gas gangrene associated with CI.

Among the various clinical types, there is an entire class of most interesting patients who, by reviews definition, enter into this subject; in those who, giving evidence of a well defined affection, such as myxedema, exophthalmic goitre, AiUHson's disease, neophisni of the hypophysis, etc., present symptoms that should be referred to concomitant lesions of Then there are those poorly detined cases, difticult to recognize, such as the myxedematous patient without myxedema, the most interesting and typical among them being those who, having undergone development and enjoyed normal activity uj) to a certain moment of their existence, suffer a pro-. In comparative observations the hands should always be at the same height to equalize the hydrostatic factor. In the second case of quadriplcgia the palsy of the upper exlremities developed several days after that of the lower limbs. - in doubtful cases wide excision produced a specimen which might be classified under three distinct and definite histological headings, each having a definite clinical significance and forming the basis of accurately defining the doubtful group of cases, which might be studied with the object of settling the correct operative procedure and the curative efifect of operative surgery in its It might be suggested, therefore, that such a specimen, when removed by wide excision, be classified as primary epithelial hyperplasia, secondary hyperplasia, or tertiary hyperplasia, the first being benign, the second being doubtful, and the third being malignant. Knapp, is his paper, omits to mention the necessity of evaporating the ether, which is important for the course and result of the test. Per cent, solution of novocaine is the most reliable strength; although a five per cent, solution is sufficiently strong for most cases.

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Calvert expresses his opinion as follows:"Protective inoculations are not practical, for the following reasons: Enormous plant necessary to produce the material; working force needed to inoculate the inhabitants; opposition of the people to the inoculation; temporary benefit derived.

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Recovery may take place in a few days, but death may occur in a short lapse of time, preceded by bulbar paralysis. On examination, I could find no distinct cause for the deafness except a small bony protuberance on the posterior end of the saeptum in tient, being of a timid disposition, refused to consent to the operation. It was, indeed, the autumn conference of that well known society and took place in the rooms of the Medical Society of London, Cavendish Square. That this is the case in man is not the rule, but it certainly does not occur more frequently in man is held by Stintzing to be due to the fact that man's subarachnoidcan lymph-space is larger than that in the animals used in the laboratory, and hence allows the Decapitation eliminates the cerebrum as the point without influence. These of course are precisely the cases in which diagnostic aid is most needed. If rectal disease is present it must first be corrected, by operation if Many people believe that it makes no diflference what time of day they select for the stool or the enema, but seem to think they have fulfilled the order in making the efifort at any time so long as they get near to it every day, and then to take the enema at some more convenient time later. This second animal which, however, recovered, was the pet and play-fellow of four little girls, who, grieved at the illness of their favorite, nursed it with great care. Since the commencement of the Embreeville State Hospital Extern program during the fourth year, student enthusiasm has been greatly increased toward the understanding and treatment of mental illness.