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The influence of malachite green upon the ability of certain strains of tubercle bacilli to grow was astonishing. Sometimes, when the apoplectic cavern has been small, the cicatrix is in the form of a hard knot of a fibrous consistence, which forms a strong contrast with the softness of the parts by which it is surrounded. The opinion was expressed, during the discussion referred to, that the bromide of ethyl did not easily produce complete muscular relaxation, and could not be used in operations whei'e such a condition is essential.

The eff'ects of mineral waters probably also depend in part upon the presence, as discovered by G. The vagina ended in a simple cul-dc-sac close to the cicatrix in the abdominal wall. The author recommends further trials of Dr Wm. In (Germany perforation was less common than in showed that more than one third of the deaths from typhoid were due to perforation. Medical aid is then called in, and the surgeon finds a swelling presenting the appearances already noticed, which continues to increase in size for eight or ten days, and is then enlarged in some cases to an enormous a case in which it involved more than one fourth of the surface of the neck, and another, in which it covered the greater part of the riglit flank.

It was long since remarked by Haller, that the dilatation of the artery, during its pulsation, cannot be perceived by the finger, but can only be inferred. The patient was admitted to the Hospital of the Good Samaritan and laparotomy was performed usual preparations of patient were made. On the anterior eupMiih- of the lenM swollen.

It is not possible to state whether there is a true renal diabetes, where there is no change in the amount of sugar burned and no true disturbance of metabolism, but solely a diabetes due to an increased permeability of the kidneys for sugar. He uses arrowroot with it at times. He believed in tin' central origin of this afiection. He claimed that resorcin, salol, chloral, etc., would have been unwise considering that the case was obscure, and patient's stomach TWO CASES OF POST PARTUM HAEMORRHAGE. The immediate postoperative course was quite stormy, but the patient became cheerful and experienced very little discomfort by the fourth postoperative day. The hLstory was given as follows. The time of the examination is of some importance. Martinez, of Cuba, gives cases of yellow fever. He was afterwards suspended for short i periods on alternate days, though the operation was always followed by in crease of staggering in the gait, by convulsive movements of the arms and legs, and by pallor and an expression of distress in the countenance. Indeed, the practical solution of these problems of feeblemindedness and allied defects is fast leading us to something of the sort, whether we choose to call it socialism or not. The reaction rate of Amphojel and its component gels: drugs.dk. Although I should be very sorry to unfairly criticise such treatment, I cannot but think that the evidence that its usefulness is in any way dependent upon Its destruction of the bacilli, or of any infective substance which they may originate, is wanting. The enforcement of these requirements will give the State department of health the necessary information in regard to the occurrence of cases and will make it possible to enforce the regulations regarding the isolation of open cases and the proper treatment of early ones. NanNONi reports one, in which the tumour opened into the stomach. He tried over thirty different remedies without effecting a cure. Thomson gives Whittlesea, occurred in the Callander family,"and there is sufficcnt; evidence to.show that it was brought there by Agnes Morley, Mrs.

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