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He has been under Weiss's care during the last two years, and is steadily growing worse. We fear that Sir Astley's death has interrupted the completion of other works in which he was engaged. Age - this was no new revolutionary proposal: it was merely going back to what existed formerly. Brockhausen has no fear of catching the cholera for some time to come. Hence, this distinguished pathologist is disposed to doubt, of disease, and its sympathy with the liver. No vaginal injections were used till the eighth day, when a midwife was employed to inject warm water two or three times a day for several days subsequently. In this case, the consequent suppuration destroys the same as that of connective tissue, except that the fat vesicles are the fundamental and the non-elastic fibres the accessory fibres are in very small numbers, and the fat vesicles are contained in a large proportion of amorphous matter. My results in a poison case, we may save the patient from one element of danger by using artificial heat, and may thus tide him over the period of greatest danger. From any college whatever, have since been elected to the office without question. Subjects comprised in a medical education, which are bebg pre pared under the title of Quiz-Compends. These distressing symptoms often tax the resources of art to overcome. It is noted that the Ministry, after consultation with the Approved Societies, is of opinion that the reduction of the medical supervision of persons who are in receipt of sickne.'S benefit, consequent on the adoption of either of these suegestions, would seriously prejudice the necessary protection of the funds of Approved Societies. Bartholomew's Hospital, where he met as fellow-students a number of men who subsequently took a high Russell Reynolds, John Syer Bristowe, Frederick William Pavy, Henry Enfield Roscoe, and Joseph Lister. The handle is easily fitted to the rheophore.

There is still a broad field for investigation, and many details are as yet under The confusion in results arises largely from the protean aspect of the disease; perhaps, too, the personal equation of the observer is an occasional disturbing factor in statistical reports. The fear of diabetes which originated in pre-antiseptic days may apparently influence us less in these days of antiseptic surgery. The diagnosis between some affections of the tnmk of the nerve and of its peripheral termination was not so easy; but, judging from his own experience, he thought there were points which might assist in forming a decision. He had grown and sun, and as jolly as a sand-boy. The liver was enlarged and hard, and the question arose wheiher this was only an incident or whether the condition was one of neoplastic involvement of the suprarcnala secondary to the liver (jobs). The section on specific therapy is also very well done, and the practitioner, who is most interested in the practical application to medicine of much of the scientific research work described in the volume, will find many useful hints regarding the employment and dosage of serum and vaccines, and also a chapter on chemotherapy chiefly devoted to salvarsan.


Which takes stimulates the uterus to contract. - also the leprous infiltration of the skin makes intraA-enous injections difficult in some cases. THE WORK AND FINANCES OF VOLUNTARY account was given of Sir Napier Burnett's report on of some of the sources of ordinary income of English and Welsh hospitals in Chapter V seems to offer a useful starting point for discussion. D, aged three years; family history negative; parents strong and vigorous.

That a legal decision prevented tho chemists from adopting the decision does not detract from the good intention of the council, which, judging from the said committee's report, was merely a Ignorance implies want of either general or special education, both of which are only of social value if they beneficially "" influence conduct. Lies on our table, yields a harvest of interesting papers on the diseases of childhood. But unfortunately they are included, and to add to the overcrowding, the cuckoo has laid her egg in that nest also, so that these unfortunate hedge sparrow chicks are almost starved out of existence, owing to the appropriation of a large part of their pabulum by that timedevouring bird! It seems scarcely credible that there are some amongst us who wish to introduce yet other subjects into the work of the first two years, overburdened as these already are. Cabot, Surgeon to the Massachusetts General Hospital, describes he performed hysterectomy for the relief of pyelitis from obstruction.