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The milk may receive this contamination from disease in the cow, from the milker's hands, or from the water in which the pails, cans, and jars are washed.
Many such occur in various parts of the body, sometimes idiopathically, sometimes in combination, either with acute febrile disease (idiopathic Fever or Exanthemata,) or with chronic disease, functional or organic; and have had the epithet Subacute applied to them with more propriety than Chronic. Treatment of Chronic Eczema, or Psoriasis ot the Rules for Operating on Epithelioma of the Cervi-t Cardiac Dyspnoea: Enuresis in Children; Penzoate of Soda in Diphtheria; Musk in Infantile INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS OF HAI.F A COEUMN OR MORE. This allows a certain amount of torsion so that pronation and supination are to some extent possible.
In the course of a day or two a mucous discharge appears which at first is thin and gradually becomes thicker and The annoying symptom which early establishes itself is the dropping of secretions into the throat, causing a constant desire to hawk and expectorate.
The only local infection in that case was a mastoid which was apparently primary.
The lower jaw is more frequently affected than the upper, and it is a curious characteristic of the disease, that the.periosteum of the lower jaw throws out an ossifying callus, which sometimes forms quite a compensatory bone, that preserves the form of the lower part of the face. When they recover (and they mostly do) the doctor gets the credit for curing The -sentences, written by George Bernard Shaw some my thoughts this afternoon as we celebrate your graduation.
In this way facility in expressing the thoughts accurately in writing will be accjuired. When the kidneys were normal methylene-blue proved to be eliminated rapidly, communicating to the urine a distinctive color; in diseased conditions, however, cedema did not hinder the absorption of the methylene-blue, and its consequent appearance in the urine. These organisms are said to be introduced into the blood through the medium of the Cattle Tick, producing what is known as" piro-plasmosis." At one time, it was thought to be due to acrid herbs and impoverished fodder. The history of specific medicines demonstrates that even with these drugs, intelligent adaptation to the disease is necessary to get results and protect the patient. How this effect is produced is hardly explained by the data at hand concerning its physiological properties, these being based upon contradictory results in almost every particular.
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In affections of the lymph glands in the pharyngeal region strangles may be confounded with pharyngitis resulting from other causes, or with inflammation of the parotid gland. There is always a nasal discharge, first serous, later becoming muco-purulent and containing croupous membranes, sometimes also streaks of blood.
Phj'sical examination results in no signs of a local lesion: simply diffused, fine bronchial rales unassociated with bronchial breathing. The frequency of the disease among dogs, and its importance, is well illustrated by the fact that it is known in almost all languages as the"dog disease." In Europe it is supposed to have occurred since the second half of the eighteenth century, having been introduced from Asia (Spiuola) or from Peru (Heusinger).Share