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Miller, Chicago: Reference was made to the poor elimination of sodium chloride in nephritis and to the increase in edema, increase in albumin and uremic symptoms following the use of large amounts. Always due to poly-siteism and pollaki-siteism, much more rarely to a-siteism, to oligo-siteism, or to oligaki-siteism. These weeks' duration, on special subjects. Commissioned officers as an example to their men were urged to refrain from the use of alcoholic liquors. For convenience sake the microorganisms named are for the present retained under bacteria. Of the nail may be associated with the disease in other parts of the body, or the nails only be involved. And similarly, if the appetite for food and drink is controlled so that it is moderate, healthy, natural, right, the body will show neither fever nor undue depression, although it also will be characterized by gentle elevation and moderate depression of the signs of vitality or life.

Neuropathic heredity plays an important part in the development of these neuroses, and there is often a history of epilepsy or insanity, asthma, torticollis, hysteria, or even writer's cramp itself, occurring in other members of the family; for example, five members of one family I have met with suffered from writer's cramp; or the patient himself may suffer from migraine, convulsive tic, or stuttering.

When due to mere change of climate, the amenorrhcea will cease when the patient has become acclimatised to her new surroundings or when she returns to her old home.

Should it, however, be thought advisable that more knowledge of gynaecology be brought to bear on the insanity of women, it would hardly be well to tolerate two specialists'entirely independent in their curative treatment.' The only proper course would be to insist on the requisite knowledge in one responsible person; and why he should be an' extern or visiting' physician, is not quite clear.

Last summer, when making a series of examinations of the eyes of epileptic patients, the author was struck with the frequency of pupils not altogether round, but oval, or presenting some other peculiarity of outline.

It is know'u that he received the degree of Bachelor of Arts from the University of Siguenza, but where he received his medical degree does not appear. Bryson said, is a chronic contracting periurethritis, caused by the leakage of urine or some of its constituents through a damaged or absent mucous membrane.

In the present case, there was no ascites, unless of small amount toward the end (storehouse).

NewYork does not jirovide for a rest period before childbirth, but the employment of women is forbidden for four weeks after this time. On examination, a prominence or lump was seen on the left wrist, at the junction of the thenar and hypothenar eminences. The teaching that one should not operate until all other means had been exhausted was in a certain class of cases altogether wrong. In the case of the uterus there may be metritis, endometritis, and erosion of the cervix; in the tubes there may be salpingitis and pyo-salpinx; in the ovary oophoritis and ovarian abscess.

Enthusiasm for athletics is easily aroused in these men, who, in fact, are quite opposed to legitimate college exercises. In his opinion, it merely allowed the transudation of the watery portions of the blood into the intestines; while the injury to the absorbents prevented fluid from being taken up into the blood. As to the details, he said he used two needles, one being plimged into the growth and the other four inches away. A bimanual examination revealed an irregular shaped and slightly fluctuating mass filling Douglas' cul de sac, the diagnosis of pus tubes and ovaries was made, and their removal operation requiring nearly an hour of hard work owing to the density of the adhesions.

Tucker was talking with him, two men in a state of intoxication entered the public room; this being the kind of contact to which he and other patients in the town were constantly exposed. CEdema of the larynx may require intubation or tracheotomy. Hunter McGuire, medical director of the army who were regular practitioners, and the sons of both these classes who were now regular practitioners. AU communications for the Editor, and all books for review, should be addressed to the Editor of the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, All letters containing business communications, or referring to the publication, subscription or advertising department of this Journal, should be addressed to the undersigned. The pollakiuria and cystalgia are greatly improved and urine is voided only three or four times in twenty-four hours (shop).


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