When the foreign body has been located, incision in the sclera in the vicinity of the body was preferable to the use of the large magnet, location of the injury as the nature of the foreign body, and what might be on it. Clinically, the disease has protean aspects, but with a special tendency to attack the History. To reproduce the same or its prototype, the different cells and centers are appealed to under the efforts and harmonious control of our intellectual capacity.

The last I should especially be chosen when there ia free I suppuration, and hectic is present.

The possibility of diagnosing the particular sinus affected was increased by noting the character of displacement of globe and position at which abscess points. An abscess of the spleen was similarly treated and cured. It ia now used to expand the alveolar arches to their normal position. Overlooking, therefore, the confusion in the exact classi fication of the variation of types of spasms and tics that exist in literature, one is impressed that some ordinary spasmodic disorders behave like tics and others like true spasmodics. The catarrhal stage the child has the symptoms of an ordinary cold, which may begin with slight fever, running at the nose, injection of the eyes, and a bronchial cough, usually dry and sometimes giving indications of a spasmodic character. When jaundice occurs there is bile pigment.

A return of the colitis rendered irrigation again desirable and careful dilation of the tract made its use possible; had closure occurred, cecostomy would have been necessary. If threads persist, with pus cells either with or without gonococci, further treatment is indicated.

The ulcer was on the posterior wall at the cardiac extremity close to the greater curvature. Cotton (Chicago) emphasized the giving of details, saying we are too apt to trust them to the nurse.

To the touch they have a pecaliar, downy, feathery feel, and inspeotion with the hand-Iena, remnants of the interlobular septa or even of the alYeoli may be seen On these large emphysematous vesicles. Very young children are rarely attacked, but Jacobi states that he has seen three instances of the disease in the newly born. When the swelling had abated internally the left middle turbinate was removed and the anterior wall of the sphenoid sinus broken out on account of suppuration. The lower density and consequent lower oxygen content of the air necessitate more frequent and fuller respiratory movements, which in turn strengthen the muscles of respiration, increase lung capacity and expansion, favor opening up of collapsed air cells, assist in throwing off secretions and increase the use of little used lung areas. The perforation may have the foUowiug direct effects: (a) The appendix may hang free in the peritoneal A diffuse and violent suppurative peritonitis.

The puerperium begins with heavy loss of nitrogen, but storage begins again in about two weeks. Three years the election of Dr. It is possible that the surgeon may imagine that he has to treat a fracture with injured nerves, when the case may be one of fracture complicated with traumatic hysteria. He was wanting to join and was threatening to sue the county society if they did not let him in.

    Very professional job. Thanks again Dave

    Thomas King - Shoeburyness