Case of a child of seven years who was operated on for flowing from the opening. Cardiac hypertrophy and an accentuation of the second pulmonic are the determining factors in many cases and sometimes erroneously, inasmuch as both may exist without valvular lesions, due to may give us a moderate cardiac hypertrophy with an accentuated second pulmonic. Recently he had been employed as a private policeman for night service, but on returning home in the morning was unable to obtain sufficieut sleep; the rooms of his apartment or dwelling were too much crowded for to time suffered with some trouble with his stomach; was somewhat dyspeptic, and had occasionally complained of uneasy sensations in the cardiac region, but nothing serious was apprehended by himself or friends.
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Curare was administered hypodermically by Post-Surgeon Vollum, who was called in consultation in the case, with the effect of completely controlling the convulsions and all muscular spasm, and it is believed by him that if the remedy could have been used sufficiently early the patient's life would have been saved. Attacks of sneezing may occur, and quite rarely, in specially susceptible individuals, nervous reflex manifestations, varying from mild facial twitching, vertigo, nausea and vomiting, to spastic torticollis (Rohrer), and epileptiform attacks in a child (Wertheimer) have been observed. Professor Paris than in Constantinople, and severely reproaches the police for their neglect to apply the law, which gives them jjower to insist on a muzzle or a leash. Hamey, and' he was one of the godly ones, too, of those times.' In fact it was no other than the" After the doctor had received him in his study, and modestly attended to his long religious preface, with which he introduced his ignominious circumstances, and Dr. If the proximate causes can be discovered and rectified, or avoided, the outlook is improved, but in the bulk of the cases this cannot be done; and, unless favourable changes set in spontaneously, the prognosis must chiefly depend on the results of treatment. All these lotions should be applied by means of a single layer of lint soaked in them, laid over the affected surface and kept moist by spraying or pouring on a little more lotion every few minutes. Thapsia and croton oil and a host of other irritants bring about a similar result, and stimulating lotions often act in this manner. Thanks were due code to Holmgren for giving us a method so quickly carried'out, so sure and so scientific that no excuse could be made for the employment of any one on land or sea whose chromatic defect endangered our lives or property.
Charles Roscnhcck, of Nczv York, writes: The treatment of hemicrania or migraine is baffling to' the physician and discouraging to the patient. That brain tumors were as a rule slow in their development was supported by the histories of his cases. That the"security" is diminished by the age of the matter, he, therefore, disbelieves in toto, for the above and other reasons which he assigns. He said that in this condition the back might be much deformed, or on the other hand it might be perfectly straight. Everyone who is in the least interested in the matter knows that this is one of the most fruitful causes of all kinds of tuberculous disease in man. Upon withdrawing the lithotripteur, and directing the patient to stand up and evacuate his urine, numerous small fragments were discharged, besides those contained in the blades of the instrument.
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Examination of blood showed considerable increase of white bloodcorpuscles, some decrease of the red; no filariae could be found either by day or night; granulations, ai)parently minute oil-globules, were constant, and several times masses, as of fibrin, were found and contained unchanged albumen; on standing a creamy scum whenever the patient remamed quiet and the bladder was reheved every hour the urine remained free from fat; that, on the other hand, it became milky after exercise, or if it was kept in the bladder the whole night. Duguid must be convinced, that any claim which priority of publication might otherwise give him to the introduction of the practice, should yield to Let the question of priority of publication be decided as it may, the use of the stomach-tube for the purpose of reaching points even higher in the canal than the sigmoid flexure, has been familiar to American surgeons from a time long prior to the date of Dr. A wax figure in a suit reviews of velvet, richly laced with gold and trimmed in ermine, lay in state in Somerset House, in a room hung with black velvet, of a funeral service over a coffin containing no corpse is not, as we thus see, entirely a peculiarity of almshouse management, nor, as has recently been intimated in certain quarters in this State, is it a trick practiced only on those who are too poor to prevent they might then with safety kick the dead lion. Its direction was, from the point of entrance, towards the centre of the basis of the brain, and the part of it which entered the skull, measured two inches and a quarter. In two cases the occasional occurrence of erythematous patches and of vesicles, probably a stage of bullous formation. Although the majority of the profession think differently, it may idtimately the larynx, therefore, is a factor in the causation of pneumonia only in so far as it impairs nature's method of removing secretions from the bronchi by keeping the glottis open and thus preventing that condensation of air which is essential to give full effect to the Although the frequent use of tubes with very small heads, designed to rest upon the true vocal cords, would seem to demonstrate that there is but little danger of the laryngeal tube passing into the trachea, yet a study of the literature of this subject and a personal knowledge of several cases not reported leads me to believe that this danger is greatly underestimated by the profession. These fumigations should be repeated twice a-day before menstruation, and they are found not only to regulate the course, but entirely to relieve the pains which precede; accompany, and follow menstruation. Balfour asserts, indeed, that coupon a dynamic regurgitation produces the same results as an organic regurgitation if it persists long euough.