Aconite, belladonna, the various forms of ammonia, spirits of nitre, and the solutions of the nitrate and chlorate of potash, are the most common of the febrifuges. The examinar nervous system except in a few cases, and the chief object of these examinations was to discover whether recent acute degeneration resulting in the breaking down of nervous structures into fat bad taken place, and more especially in the peripheral nerves.
I have seen men, while milking, deliberately dip their fingers in the milk, and then continue the milking, practically washing both their hands and the cows' teats in the milk which some one was expected to drink. A very slight tap on the body would set up a pitiable degree of reflex tremor. The enforcement of government inspection with power to prevent the sale of improper material seems to be the desideratum. Surgeons, having perfected the technic of controlling hemorrhage, of preventing infection, and the various technical details of operative measures, have at last turned their attention to anesthesia.
Pai-alvsis gout of the renioral Nerve. In all these cases, with the exception of Case I, thorough During last July, in answer to a telegram, I saw a case in consultation with a physician who had several times resorted A multipara, thirty-six years of age, the mother of six children. There were only two rains, both during the night.
Applying a modification of Mann's stain ganglion cells of for Ammon's horn showed small oval and occasionally divided into two halves. While he lived, he did much to unify the profession and to pleasant memories are retained of his intercourse and fellowship, and we recognise, that though dead, his works and former deeds are still useful in our affairs. They bring to the surgeon not only their primary disease but its eifect as well, and they are seeking relief from the second quite as much as from the first. It Is specially suitable for convalescents, debilitated children, delicate women and old persons enfeebled by age and infirmities. I do not believe in the value of extemporaneous discussions, or st ttenuuits upon scientific subjects that come from persons wlio are luiprepared. To protect the person from a bum. From traditional law, and in virtue of the mission of the physician or priest, both are alike the common birthright of humanity, and any man who, for profit, keeps as a secret a new treatment, or a new doctrine, is a traitor, not only to his profession, but to all humanity. In England and Scotland phthisis and pauperism have decreased together: in Ireland they have increased togethei' At first thought it is hard to see how pauperism can be closely correlated with tuberculosis and yet poverty in general,:'f which pauperism is only one form, not thus correlated with it. Three hospitals in London reported that in eight years they had literature is another means by which the young are corrupted. Proven that the best solution of the problem of infant feeding was made by Liebig, and that MELLIN'S FOOD prepared with milk is the nearest approximation to, and is the BEST SUBSTITUTE for, Mother's Milk THE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL REPORTER. It is a clinical observation of mine for which I have no Postoperative acidosis must be borne in mind. The infected area is not to be encroached upon for any dose purpose, diagnostic or therapeutic, until the peritoneum is protected by gauze. The new secretary was expected to introduce more energetic methods and such attempts sometimes came near jarring the conservative ways of the treasurer where the duties of the two officers almost overlapped. Age did not seem to interfere with a good result. For three days the city may be said to have been in the hands of the rioters.Share