It will have been noticed that, in cases of injury or disease not involving a breach of surface of the body, and in cases in which, as in ojierations in the periua-um or ischiorectal fossa, antiseptic dressings arc not available, tue results of the older practice are quite upon a level with those of modern experience. The absence of casts may scmietimcs be accounted for from the manner in which the examination is made. We are, it seems, only on the threshold of our knowledge of the uses of electricity in gynecology. These cases are a most interesting study; they seem unique; no other disorders follow so few of the established laws, and respond more tardily to treatment; it seems impossible that the gonococcus alone should give rise to so persistent a trouble (I refer to cases while under treatment), and I have come to believe that it is as necessary to detect and treat accompanying conditions, which may be complications, as it is to treat the urethritis itself. Yet this was only one of three aqueducts erected for the supply of Lyons. During the first twenty-four hours after the operation, nearly one ounce and a half of blood was sucked through the drainage-tube, and the patient required several doses of n:orphia to lull the pain referred to the lower part of the wound.
Treatment during interval should be both constitutional and local. This is to be utilized in paving the streets. In this connection Professor Schenck enunciates and discusses at considerable length the views of previous writers. The process in the cord is evidently of the same causation as the changes in excitability recently observed by Walton upon ani mals poisoned by strychnia, to the effect that the cord, after repeated excitation, regains its property of summatint; stimuli, and loses this property during subsequent repose.
Colour and Confidence, and a Buboe, ftill remained; took the Pi!!a Months after the Cure of a Gonorrhoea, was carried oiF in a Fortnight;ve are told, that many Experiments were made with thefe Pills, but the Foot, at leaft fifty in Number, from whence an Ichor wns conriqually difcharged, attended with great Pain and Swelling of the Foot. Order - it be gins with slight fever and thirst and within a few h s swellings appcir in the axilla- or groins OT upon the neck Intense lev er and i nt i ii are rapidly followed by delirium, unconsciousness, and, in a which maliiriiant cholera was known in England in the seventeenth hogs in Europe, differing in character from the American swine flat. Divisions of Telegrams and Reports for the Benefit of Commerce and Agriculture. Anorexia, insomnia, cephalalgia, violent thirst, hot, dry, harsh skin, costumes tongue lieavily coated, fifteen to twenty muco-sanguineous small liiinid stools daily. It certainly is extraordinary that a hid ten dayt oU should have swallowed the articles named; and the presumption of lomieide Licenciado por la Reina de las Espanas. Possibly increased products of waste, including uric acid, due to increased tissue change, were accumulated in excess of the powers of elimination, and that these set up those irritative processes about the joints and other parts of the body which were peculiar to Dr.
A stronger lotion, frequently apjilied to the eyes, at onco diminished the dischar"e; and, relatively to its decrease tlie joint-aflection began to mend. That view opened up an immense field of inquiry, and would, no doubt, lead the members to be thcij- own experimentalists.
Surgeon to the Christian Church, the Research and the General Hospitals, Kansas City, Mo.; Fellow of the American Surgical Association; Mcmbrc de Societe It must be the exceptional man who makes any pretense to do modern general surgery who is not an owner of"Binnie's Surgery." This is so because of the fact that there ore few operations in surgery excepting those done for pathology peculiar to women costume that cannot be found well and briefly described in this book, and an authoritative statement of their value given so as not to be misunderstood. These experiments are interesting, but not conclusive. By the action of heat or light and also by the presence of iodine in uk minute quantities. In Fevers, when the Patient is almofl continually dozing, fharp Clyflers are to be injeited, Blillers are to be laid on, and Cataplafms of Herrings or Horfe-Radifh mufl be applied to the Soles of the Feet. Surgeon-General Sternberg made requisition for the money. For himself he had been a consistent advocate of the clampand-cautery operation introduced by Mr. But these two nerves unite at a certain point "yong" into one. The left kidney weighed four ounces and a quarter, the right four ounces; they were both very dark colored and tough.