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RETINA, OPTIC NERVE, AND VISUAL TRACTS. Diarrhea more than any other single symptom claims special attention. The treatment is therefore limited to saving the animals from exertion and regulating any existing cardiac disturbances.

They frequently appeared to be broken. The exact diagnosis of fractures of certain bones without an x-ray examination was always open to doubt. They usually correspond more to chronic uremia (disturbed appetite, vomiting, occasionally diarrhea, eventually epileptoid or asthmatic attacks) and often appear in repeated paroxysms. Convulsions having come on, other symptoms should be observed, for the treatment should be determined by these. Their conclusions are that exhaustion in the vasoconstrictor neurons can not be the essential cause of the symptoms termed F. Special electrodes had been designed for the administration of the current. Monoplegia of the right side of the face has been observed in a few instances, associated with aphasia. Their form is usuallv round or serpiginous, and their chief location the mouth, nose, soft palate, and lumbo-gluteal regions.

It will be observed that the shawl, as it passes in front of the arm, does not press on the axillary border of the pectoral muscle, and therefore avoids the objection of the ordinary figure-eight bandage.

In very rare cases serous or serofibrinous exudate may be present in one or both pleural cavities: careers.dekalbmedical.org. Great prostration of strength, nausea, anorexia; great thirst; furred and dry tongue; pulse colour. In one of the notable addresses delivered at the recent Congress of American Physicians and Surgeons, in Washington, and which has takes occasion, while commenting upon certain more or less wellknown facts to emphasize their importance, and to point out certain defects in our knowledge and the direction that future study should take. The test fluid is prepared with the number of revolutions), the result may be obtained within one to two hours, positive reactions are indicated by the accumulation of agglutinated bacilli on the bottom of the tubes in the form of a circular film with serrated border, while the supernatant fluid has become perfectly clear. In most cases there is a sclerosis with subsequent bulging of the vessel wall, which favors rupture.

It may also display epidemic behavior, and this fact seems to point strongly to iu microbic origin. Israel's conclusions on this point are as follows: An absolute indication to operation is anuria for forty-eight hours; definite, but less urgent indications are bilateral lithiasis, and the combination of a ureteral stone and retention, with or without infection of the kidney. " If we endeavor to ascertain," says Trousseau," the action of the sub-nitrate of bismuth, we will be much embarrassed; no intermediate effect between the employment of the medicine, and its curative results, can be perceived.

Existing laws regarding the sale of toy pistols and other Legislatures and municipalities prohibiting the manufacture and sale of toy pistols, blank cartridges, dynamite canes and wounds, however insignificant, in which from the nature or use of tetanus antitoxin in all cases of Fourth of July Avounds, wounds received in barnyards, gardens, or other places where CONFERENCE OF STATE AND PROVINCIAL BOARDS left to the officers of the conference to decide. Were it necessary to fortify our opinion, by the corroborative support of high authority, many of the most distinguished names might be invoked. The bed is placed in a corner of the room In such a position that the natural tendency of the patient is to turn the eyes In the direction desired by the operator. The first sign of the toxic effect consists of restlessness, followed by a period of weakness, and this by vomiting or efforts at vomiting. The w-calW"splenic remedies," whether systemic or local, have no controlling influences upon the disease. When nourishment is exhibited in a the pulse becomes very rapid and feeble, the heart's first sound indistinct, and the tongue dry or brown, indications for the use of stimulants are present and must be heeded. In the one case of hemophilia in which Schrieber has tried it, the bleeding kept up the first day, but decreased the second day, and by the third day the hemorrhagic tendency seemed definitely arrested; in all preceding bleeding periods, the hemorrhages had kept up for a week, very severe. ShoAved that resistance thus artificially increased was of short duration, suffering considerable reduction at the end of one year and disappearing entirely six months later (dekalbmedical.org). The very act of tracing out the relations of its open phenomena with the hidden parts of the organization is interesting, if only for the gratification of a scientific But the study of the intimate nature of a disease, which is well marked by external symptoms, and which has a specific and well known treatment, has a higher aim than this; for however well known the physiognomy of Intermittent fever in its simple forms, and however certain its cure, yet, in its complicated forms it becomes plications, and to vary his treatment according to its ever-changing accidents. The profession has long been urged to set about its organization in a thoroughly effective business manner.

    Very professional job. Thanks again Dave

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