It has not been easy to exjjlain why salicylate of soda has so injurious an action in cer tain persons, but it is none the less true that this drug, in doses of eight or ten Berlin Medical Society two cases of neurotic atrophy, of the type to which he would apply the term"circumscribed," to distinguish from those cases of crossed and hemi-atrophy due to lesions of the nervous centres. The plan would establish a standard of qualification and enforce a reasonable responsibility for careless and ignorant acts. I believe that the solution lies in the fact that some part of the central motor system, generally one of the coi-pora striata, was rendered inactive by the sudden excessive ana;mia induced by the direct pressure upon it by the effused blood, thus having a condition produced analogous to that due to cerebral embolism. While few in modern times have been so bold as to dare gainsay the opinion of this learned pathologist, yet many have been slow to adopt the idea, and still more slow to act upon it. The originator of the operation appears to be unknown, it being credited to several men.
Erfahrung - thus far we have considered the elements in the relief of the earth's surface which have resulted from changes within its mass. In every instance the treatment was followed by a speedy and complete recovery. Staaten, Leipzig, gesteinsanalyse (Archiv der naturw.
A normal solution in volumetric chemistry is a solution containing in i,ooG c. All signs of compression disappeared in a few hours. As far as the treatment of the jactitation is concerned, very little is necessary, as there is not much of it. Miners' nystagmus and its relation to position at work and the manner of See Periodicals (Sheffield Medical Journal; Quarterly Medical Journal). As yet we have no instruments to detect mental force as we have for electric currents. The broader the circle to which we turn with questions, the greater the number vilitra of problems which present themselves. Dessertspoonful four times a day, or oftener if cough becomes particularly distressing. He concludes" that the constriction caused by the annular ligament causes the effect in question, by preventing a portion of the bursal sac corresponding to the subjacent tendons from undergoing the healing process," and gives the following were much swelled, but not discoloured, and pressure on the parts caused distinct Huctuation, with the jairing sensation that characterizes effusion into the bursal sheaths.
About persisted in throwing the dead carcasses into the feared, because a boy who had recently returned from Havre, where small-pox was prevailing, had developed an eruption which was diagnosticated as variolus. For it must be obvious, when we consider these conditions attending the administration of an anaesthetic, that the drug does not reach the heart in a steady supply, but gaining entrance into the pulmonary acini in an ever-varying degree of concentration, sometimes in large, and at others in small quantities, it must be certain that it reaches the blood in similarly varying proportions, because it finds its way into the circulation immediately, and, as a consequence, its action on tlie organism must then be analogous to repeated intravenous injections of similarly varying amounts. On section, this tumour was recognized to be an aneurism, there was a distinct wall, a cavity almost entirely filled by a stratified whitish clot, an open space of about one centimetre in diameter, filled by a soft, blackish clot. Posterior nodosities which appear to arise from partial fractures are also found near the angles of the ribs in severe cases. Certainly this is an advantage if to such hands the giving of an anaesthetic must be entrusted. We every hour; in eighteen hours she made the journey without harm, being greatly relieved. Is there any other set of men as them to adopt measures which must result in las'ting financial loss to ourselves. Sometimes the atrophy occurs fairly evenly over the whole surface of the stomach but at other times cystic degeneration occurs to a large extent in certain parts, so that the mucous membrane, instead of being smooth and thin, rises in folds and knobs, or polypi. It is likewise beneficial in the suppuration of scrofulous glands and acute tonsilitis of strumous patients with a tendency towards rapid suppuration.
I have had two other similar experiences, and, while paretic dementia does occur, though rarely, in younger individuals, I referred to this special history in order to call attention to the fact that delusions of grandeur associated with the usual phj'sieal symptoms, if occurring in younger persons, need not portend the development of The preceding remarks should be interpreted as a brief statement of opinions that have been formed and based upon a very considerable number of cases of paretic dementia seen in private practice. The disease under consideration is hysteria, not epilepsy. In the five cases in which I find it recorded it was in every instance the first sign of impending trouble noticed by the patient, and was rapidly followed by the violent symptoms of the attack. The early pain is probably due to the irritation of the nerves so plentifully present in the submucous coat, and to its steady increase on the extension of this irritation and the subsequent implication of the serous surface.Share