The discussion on this subject in Winnipeg Avas one of the best that has occurred during the last twenty years, and the address best our members have ever heard (patch). The cranium, with the muscles preserved, is deposited in the Museum of the made the drawing. It would carry us too far afield to discuss the different ways in which the manifold properties of serum may be explained; whether by supposing it to be a mine of diverse substances as rich as the endless activities which it exhibits, or whether its effects are produced by combinations and permutations among a smaller number of independent bodies. It is often very troublesome at night, and the resulting insomnia may be followed by morning paroxysms which are only relieved by free expectoration.
Although I am not quite ready to supplant all operative measures for the removal of carcinoma of the cervix by the use of the cautery, I believe that as many if not more relatively early epitheliomata of the cervix can be cured by the cautery than and it frequently fails to meet the test.
There are, indeed, some very good transverse sections of the thorax; but we think it should have been stated that at least some of them are through the thorax of a young child. In addition to every effort that had been made, I sent the following telegrams: I challenge the right of Parliament to say that the Medical Profession of Canada cannot be trusted.
The group with the pulse rate above normal had normal systolic pressure. Freedom from pulmonary congestion or any marked disturbance in the hepatic and renal circulations after prolonged physical exertion or excessive fatigue, in one who has mitral insufficiency, may always be regarded as a favorable indication. When this is the case, it may be inferred that the animal has become unsound, or tainted, and the chances against his recovery are exceedingly small. DISEASES OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM AND PHYSICAL SIGNS OF CARDIAC DISEASE. He operated, the patient died in his hands. It is likely to receive a full discussion at next year's International Convention. It is claimed for the method not merely that it is milder, but especially that it ensures an earlier and more complete I would consent to even a single aspiration only when the amount of pus is small, the general condition excellent, and the etiological evidence conclusive. Although I had known of Nervi for several years, and had often heard of its beauty from friends who have passed several winters there, I was not prepared to find the temperature so warm, and the vegetation so luxuriant as I did during my late visit. This, however, is all assumption, and in" If we compare the meteorological details of individual years with each other, we vrill not find that all the healthy years are alike, nor are the unhealthy; nor are the healthy always unlike the unhealthy; the atmosphere.' It is evident that tnere must be some disturbing cause, occasionally introduced to produce the observed irregularity; and from the irregularity of that irregularity, the disturbing cause cannot should have been equally, if not more, profitic in producing the same been equally innocent, or the same conditions are capable of producing Now, I ask, in all candour, if the same method of reasoning does not apply to the theory of importation? For how will the Doctor account for the exemption in some years, when every year commercial intercourse done, and be contends that it were better that the whole commeroe with Cuba and New-Orleans should be suspended for six months in the to these respective ports; and, to carry out your views, you moat necessarily intercept all intercourse with them by sea and by land. The diaphragm is the chief agent in inspiration; it acts in opposition to the abdominal muscles, which are the chief expiratory powers.
The hallucinations of insanity, either of a single sense, or more, may explain many acts of lunatics, hitherto ence of illusions and hallucinations, is the presence of an exterior body in the former, its absence in the latter.Share