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He has never seen a varicocele on the right side. Entrance, by the falling of an elevator in the Pacific Mills. But in a very careful and elaborate paper by Birch-Hirschfeld (Leipzig) we are given much information dealing with both sides of the subject. There was nothing peculiar about the lungs.

If tuberculosis exists anywhere in the body, a conjunctivitis is induced within twelve to twenty-four hours. The opinion that the climate of Michigan, and more especially of the northwestern counties, had a sanative influence upon the respiratory functions; and that opinion has been strengthened by the examination of several thousands of its inhabitants, with special reference to diseases of the lungs. Bull." Later he returned to Charleston and took up the practice of his Like Colden, of New York, he was interested in many things. Clinically we can distinguish three forms of extra-uterine gestation. The medullary portion will be of a darker color than normal, darker even than the cortical portion; sometimes it will present a striated appearance (red and white lines alternating), the lighter lines corresponding to the changed uriniferous tubes. The excitement was more acutely maniacal than it ever was before or has been since. He was graduated the time; then he went on with his studies in Edinburgh, those twenty-seven years he became a very distinguished personage in the American profession, and seems to have attracted students almost as strongly as did Rush in his many years it was a standard popular text-book for students and teachers. But should traces of the salt injected be found in the urine, we are assured that functionally active renal substance must still exist in the supposed normal kidney, and extirpation of the organ affected may be proceeded with. Beyond this point Koch's experiments have not been The case at present may be stated as follows: the presence of a distinct bacillus in connection with tubercle and its absence in all other morbid conditions are generally confirmed by the most competent observers.

It may be confounded with suh-acute pleurisy, but generally the history of the case will determine the character of the effusion. Whether or not these figures speak for themselves to the modern statistician may be a question. The author has studied a series of cases of pleural effusions, and his results agree in general with those of the workers already refen'ed to. - morison, before the war, in cases of accidents in civil life, had been employing with much advantage a saturated solution of magnesium sulphate. Alwavs been regular and excellent, except in regard to tobacco, in which he has indulged pretty freely from his boyhood. The setise of hearing is always Inore or less impaired. I gave it usually in watery solution, (dissolved in a little acetic or sulphuric acid,) in doses of one-tenth of a grain, repeated according to the urgency of the symptoms, but rarely offcener than every two hours, until three or four doses extolled in various English journals during the last twelve months, and deserves a fair trial. Among the exciting causes may be named mental emotion, great grief, or fear. A recent writer goes so far as to say," That the family adviser, the physician who stands in the most intimate possible relation to the family, should cease to exist, is a fact we may well And, again," It is to be hoped, therefore, that the term go the way of other inaccurate terms." Of course, if the question is merely one of definition, the old-time general practitioner has largely disappeared already; but the term, as used to-day, a man who is competent to practise internal medicine and general surgery, but does not attempt the more difficult operations, nor encroach far That such general practitioners are in a fair way to disappear there is abundant reason to doubt. But Litten regards white infarctions as due to coagulation-necrosis of the proto plasm of the cells, having a remarkable tendency to calcification. Many, especially the neurologists, are looking forward to still gi'eater results for the future Back in the later eighties, some twelve or fifteen years ago, I got my first incentive to study this subject more carefully, from some New York, who was the real pioneer in the development of this idea, as he is the Nestor of its present accomplishments ( We entirely agree with him in his assertion that there is nothing new in this work; but we do not think he has always succeeded in selecting the best materials from his favourite authors. Again, others have claimed that the phenomena of uraemia are due to the retention in the circulation of the products of nerve waste.