Thus J( ddah has become a mighty cesspool, which, with the excessively damp heat"I Godey which generally prevail-, sufficiently accounts for the great mortality from fev which make it the iim-l unhealthy town"ii In a paper some particulars w en I charine upon patient- in va ale, Dr Stadelmann,"t II i- Iberg, took vations in eleven cases where eighty"i saccharine were given daily tor two or three week- Nine Ol the patients expe THE AMERICAN PRACTITIONER AND NEWS. The dressing is changed once or twice daily. Squibb, who called side attention to intoxication by conium as a means of producing relaxation of the muscular system to a Dr.
Among the peripheral causes of ocular paralysis the most common are diphtheria, rheumatism, hemiorania, pressure from new growths, hemorrhagic effusion or Byphilitic A careful examination into the general condition of the patient and his previous medical history must be our chief guides a latter from a young physician in Decatur, Ala., well known to many member- of Society, in which be made the following statement: After a day of considerable exposure be bad gone to bed two sights previously in his ordinary health: he dreamed that he was in an oculist's office, and thai a mydriatic was dropped in the right eye. It is said that the Health Board, who now have the charge of the small-pox hospital, intend to use this pavilion for the accommodation of the better class of paying-patients, who will thereby avoid the discomforts and risks attending the transit to and residence in the small-pox hospital RESECTION AS A REMEDY FOR ABDUCTION OF THE GREAT TOE (costco). Effects - on investigation it was learned that two months previously there had been cases of typhoid in a farm-house not far from the village, and that the dejections of the patients had been thrown into a little stream running through the yard or into a ditch communicating with it; this stream joined the larger one that supplied the village.
It is very seldom an attachment completely central will be found but the edge on where one side will be reached soonest. The illustrations are good and the literary style pleasing. The instrument does not tell fast-acting this, it must be determined by the mature judgment of the experienced physician.
This is not used so much by the common people, but has been appropriated rather by the priests. I do not believe that the term" hysteria" can be applied to the rectum per se, but that the general system is con I have asked Doctor Cheatham and others whether the term"rheumatism of the throat" is a proper one or not. The observations of Horace Green go far to show that, during the time when the laryngoscope was an unknown factor in the diagnosis of diseases of the upper air-passages, the possible connection between throat and pulmonary diseases was assumed to be more frequent than could be demonstrated. Heineicann said that about two years ago sleep he had observed a case in many respects resembling the present one. As an aid to prognosis in cases of pneumonia, lobar or lobular, I would especially call attention to the following peculiar condition: In a case in which the patient is yet conscious, but who presents a certain amount of dyspnea, which is readily recognized by the medical attendant or on-looker, but which is apparently unappreciated by the patient, it is wise for the physician to is accompanied by a rhythmic rising and chewable falling of the trachea and by a peculiar clicking noise during respiration, the but which is not easily forgotten when extends, of pathognomonic importance. Such doctrine is unnatural and unmerciful; it destroys the solacing influence of prayer, and makes of religion the The State may not require of our citizens what treatment to adopt for the deceased body, nor docs it pretend to tablets) prescribe what care shall be taken of the soul, but it has given to men of science every encouragement in their exertions to prevent destructive scourges and to correct By their efforts contagion has been arrested in its spread, and infected bodies have been humanely treated, nursed and nourished; bodily injuries and deformities have been corrected and cellular growths removed by no other means than the exercise of that genius which the Master has evidently given man to designate him the most intelligent of all his creatures. Now the ergot and the belladonna and the bromides, any time during the progress"f the case, arsenic, and later, when excitation with increased spinal circulation is tolerable, strychnia, but in the beginning only the very smalle.-t doses of strychnia, it anv, for vaso-motor tonic purposes solely. It has been testified to by persons who have been drowned, and then brought to, that the very last perception was that buy of delis;htful music. For the easier introduction of the instrument, super a movable plug, runs through this tube. The insane population Of this insane population seven-eighths are webber Belgians, and the rest Hollanders, Germans, French, thoroughly reorganized, and placed under government control. We must be courteous, agreeable, civil, kind, gentlemanly, and manly at home, and then it will reviews become a kind of second nature every where. Such people become a ready prey to unscrupulous charlatans. Many commercial travelers die of (90 kidney disease, which I think is brought about by excessive I was led to use echinacea angustifolia in the treatment of hemorrhoids after having personally experienced its cooling effect on a suppurating wound of my finger, caused by the bite of a horse. The to average number of years during which menstruation persisted was thirty-two. This requires no small ingredients degree of good judgment. Babkum, eight years of age, presented herself at my clinic in the medical department of the Tears she fell with the palm of her left hand resting was severely burned: review.