Epstein avers the difference to be due to the fat, Cerny to the fat and sugar content. According to Marchand, they may well become generalized, but produce, even anatomically, only a There is a question which comes up apropos of these results of autopsies, namely, Can we found a solid diagnosis and conclude as to the existence or nonexistence of a preexisting state, in cases of general paralysis from the macroscopic results, as indicated by Martin and Ribierre in cases of traumatic cerebral hemorrhage? In other words, if traumatic general paralysis is admitted, do the lesions here found differ greatly from those of ordinary diffuse meningoencephalitis? I think that this may be answered in the negative, although Collet encountered a predominance of lesions of the ependyma to the detriment of cortical lesions in a traumatic case. The heart action was normal and there was no evidence of nervous disease or disorder of the vascular system other than the condition of the right forearm and hand. The violence of the inflammation and ill-directed efforts of cure may result in the necrosis of the epithelial layers in places, and even vipro of the underlying connective tissue; a suppurating surface necessarily rem.iins, giving rise to a chronic purulent discharge, to which the name chronic gonorrhoea is applied. Among the mucous membranes, those of the larynx and trachea frequently suffer much. Lifescience - the left lobe of the cerebellum was then opened with likewise a negative result. Tuberculosis is the more destructive of the two, and cavity formation and marked hemoptysis are therefore more common. Anesthesia must be light to preserve the coughing reflex. In the rejiort of autopsies after the use of the persalts of iron as a uterine injection, the uterus was found, in some cases, to be filled with hard clots of decomjiosing blood, while pus and hard throndn were found in the uterine sinuses. It is not by any means certain, that the retrocession of the measles causes these symptoms. Diseases which were never seen in the temperate zones are now becoming transplanted, or if not transplanted are objects of common experience, and so diseases of the temperate zones are finding their way into the tropics. The same is true of the lungs, which presented nothing particularly remarkable, except in a single instance where they were highly congested, their colour throughout being nearly black. Infants may not be exposed to a rabid animal; and the reason it attacks men more than females, is because the former are so much more out of doors than the latter.
It usually disappears early, but may last through almost the RESPIRATION. If the bowels have moved, especially if several times, we may well wait till the next day. Of Baltimore, spoke at some length by of his new method of treating this affection, and mentioned the excellent results he had obtained. Yalk referred to a ca.se in which a simple large saved only l)v the most active exertion.s. Division are to be found whitlow, and morbid affections of the nails, the hair, and bodies which sometimes beset the skin; as others do the intestines. Peas are not used when the horse is in active employ, although very nutritive: the principal danger to be apprehended where they are given must be occasioned from the aptitude of the animal swallowing them uncrushed, as then they swell and enlarge the stomach, and are very injurious. Of bone has in-en reiiKn-cd in the n removed between termination of In applying the dressing, it is necessary to pack the attic region snugly until it becomes well derniatized; otherwise it will soon become tilled with a thick plug of granulations which, if infected, will be apt to discharge copiously, reinfect the middle ear, and prevent its proper aeration. Even continued fever has preceded ague. It is the seat of a peculiar series of physiological phenomena, and of a peculiar class of pathological affections: in the former are included all the functions which relate to the immediate acts of the auditory, the gustatory, and the nerves of touch; and all the nerves of voluntary motion. The internal organs were tuberculous, but there were no bacteria in the blood. He contracted his first urethritis two weeks before coming under observation. Occasionally the inflammation which is produced, is of a slow, chronic form. Owing to the cerebral arteritis which frequently exists, there may be a rupture of a blood vessel, bringing on a complete hemiplegia. Frauenthal on Electricity in the Treatment of Infantile twenty-sixth annual meeting of this association will be headquarters at the Hotel Martinique. Coutcaud and Bellot (Bulletin de V Academic dc alone seemed ai)plicable. These lists should be arranged at that office on the" index-card system," so that the simultaneous occurrence of infectious diseases in a number of families supplied by the same milkman may be promptly discovered and the On the subject of" Milk Standards" the authors conclude, after an examination of the best data on the also that the legal standards should be modified accordingly: 100. He also states that she had no medicine whatever during that period, except about the bigness she performed as well as most of her neighbours, having won eight plates out of nine every year.