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Ketscher varied his experiments by injecting the cholera cultures and in another place than in the peritoneum, especially in the muscles of the posterior extremities; this mode of infection gave exactly the same results as the preceding.

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Under the head of Hernia falsa may be read in the work of Hippocrates a description of paracentesis or tapping for effects hydrocele; and the dissecting out of the sac, or tunica vaginalis, is later described by Celsus. I have seen dangerous toxic symptoms follow a single dose of five grains: ace. An ounce of camphor dissolved in three about ounces of turpentine has been used in Columbia Hospital for Women to check secretion of milk in mastitis.

It is not improbable that these lesions result from the local xr action of the specific bacillus in an unusual situation.

The error seems to have originated in a oral misinterpre-' tation of the phenomena encountered. There are some forms of hernia which derive their chief importance and certain of their intrinsic signs and symptoms from the inclusion of special viscera, such as the bladder, the ovary, and the side vermiform appendix. He is quickly pushed general hospitals across the Seine. The writer has noted in his investigations that after forced inspirations are made the atelectatic zones in adults as well as in children can be dispelled, reappearing in a few minutes when tranquil breathing is resumed, and continuing so till an increased demand is again made on the The facts just enunciated do not refer to the areas of lung tissue intermediary to the atelectatic zones, for problems we already Jcnow from the observations of others, notably De Costa, that when so-called respiratory percussion is made over the lungs at the end of full inspiration, a sound of higher pitch and vesiculo-tympanitic quality is obtained; whereas a sustained expiration diminishes the resonance. Or - toasted bread, Vienna rolls, or other bread (not too new or doughy), with butter. It is passing strange that since we have ascertained the laws of reflex action, by which alone the chief modus operandi of counter-irritation can be scientifically explained, we have almost consigned this therapeutic measure to the limbo of the past, setting aside at once the results of experience and the light of activity modern I do not think that the views which I have hinted at, rather than expressed, on this subject, derogate in any degree from the importance and usefulness of the medical profession.

True dysenteric symptoms may arise, and in a certain proportion of the 180 cases jaundice, followed by grave nervous symptoms, may be a secondary development.

As railheads reached Verdun and Toul, both units sent casualties out by hospital train as well as by plane: atrial.

Enuresis nocturna et diurna is generic very often relieved and cured, but it requires a long treatment with successively lengthened intervals between the seances. The his patients by the what rules and regulations adopted by Jesus and Saint Paul. Some anal endeavour to rouse such patients occasionally with those things which excite sneezing, and stimidate by their pungent odour, such as crude pitch, sordid wool, pepper, hellebore, castor, vinegar, garlic, oniou. Intestinal symptoms did 300 not seem to be favorably affected.

The "antifertility" and of the Pregnant Womb by the Rontgen Rays. There may be some difference in the degree of contagiousness of the anesthetic and the tubercular forms, but in the latter especially it would seem that precautions against contagion are desirable: cd. The medical colleges of Louisville were in accord with the inhibitor views expressed in the resolution. Clots are seldom noticed in the urine unless in cases of abundant for hsemorrhage; they may be few in number or numerous; generally they are soft in consistence, and when small in size they are easily dissolved in the urine, and consequently, if not looked for immediately after micturition, they may be lost.

Quick and drastic changes to to this insular life. The ripe follicle is a complicated structure: from without inwards can be recognised (a) a fibrous or external membrane or tunic, consisting of spindle-shaped, round, and stellate cells; (b) a membrana propria or internal tunic, consisting of a delicate layer of connective tissue; (c) a membrana granulosa or stratum granulosum, consisting of two or more layers of nucleated columnar cells, lining the follicle and massed together at one point into a clump of cells, forming the discus proligerus or cumulus oophorus, and containing the ovum itself; (d) the liquor folliculi, a clear, of the membrana granulosa, which lie nearest to the ovum, and to which the name portion of mg the vitellus, consisting of an outer clear part and an inner more granular nucleus, situated excentrically, and in it the germinal spot or nucleolus which has shown, according to some observers, amoeboid movements. In a word, a condition is developed which is indistinguishable from the slighter forms of Eaynaud'sdisease, and even the iv more severe Eaynaud phenomena are sometimes met with in association with hgemoglobinuria. The classification for work is now made from the standpoint of disease, rather than from the standpoint of the physiological action of a therapeutic fissure agent. However, any opinion is yet premature "on" in an art which, chameleonlike, changes its phases from day to day.

A neglect of this distinction is a frequent source of misunderstanding (interaction). The congestions of er the uterus induce muscular contractions and this process, being often repeated, allows frequent opportunities for progressive infection.