The particular point at which the chest is incised has not much importance. Assisting Coach (iilliani in drillinir the sipiad. When the parts are much inflamed and painful from distension, the opening, if made, heals rapidity, that in a few days it is more distended than before; aggravated.

General health poor; very thin, constipated, and in low spirits. The calculation of the number of cells in the cubic millimeter is simple, since the dilution of the fluid is considered the number counted in the cubic millimeter as the actual number present. One case of puerperal mania wa.s associated with a large ovarian cyst, one of acute mania with a fibroma uteri, one of papillomata at the urethral orifice with catarrhal vulvitis. A few nights previously she had been awakened by a severe lancinating pain in the right breast; but, experiencing no farther inconvenience, she paid no attention to it. Bucknill does not tell us that he has changed his views.

I pronounced the disease congestion of the liver, and suggested that on tho first symptoms in another animal that one hundred grains of calomel be given immediately, to be followed in four hours by one pint of castor oil or one pound of epsom salts. The operation for perineal laceration invariably left the woman with a cushion or pad of tissue, thicker than the normal structures, which readily yielded in parturition, and which did not interfere with any of the functions necessary to the uses of the organism usually implied under the term perinteum.

I have had occasion to see a good deal of English, French, German, and Italian physicians under very trying circumstances, and have been touched by their affectionate devotion to their The good physician is our earliest and our latest friend; he listens for our first and our last breath; in all times of bodily distress and danger we look up to Neither" the pestilence that walketh in darkness; nor the sickness that destroyeth iu the noonday," deters him. Richardson what course he would take in the case of a patient in the sixth or seventh month of pregnancy with haemorrhages, sometimes a pretty alarming one. This idea was apparently supported by the work of Cohnstein newer conception that the gaseous exchange, and therefore the energy production, of the animal embryo is greater per unit of weight than that that the mammalian embryo has no appreciable weight as compared with the mother until near the middle of the gestation period, and several oxygen consumption per unit of weight in pregnant as contrasted with non-pregnant women; or if such an increase appeared at all, it became evident only comparatively late in the gestation period. The other factor was getting rid of the foetus at about the third month of gestation. After a very considerable quantity had escaped, but long before the abdomen had regained its natural shape, the escape suddenly stopped; and all attempts to obtain the re-establishment of it were fruitless. Sometimes they are irregular, globose, or lobate, as in the specimen before you. Fine silk sutures were used for the flap, which cut out upon the vaginal surface, and deep silver wires for the perineal structure proper. Whether it will persist, time alone must determine.

It is amusing to find the author gravely giving his testimony in favour of the non-irritating qualities of castor oil, which it appears some practitioners in that country regard as an acrid substance. The pulse at that time (one o'clock p.m ) was scarcely perceptible. Notwithstanding anything in this section, the privy council may from time to time, by order, make such further or other provision as they think expedient respecting animals becoming affected with foot-and-mouth disease or any other contagious or infections disease not being cattle-plague, pleuro-pneumonia, sheeprpox, or glanders while exposed or placed or being carried, led, or driven as aforesaid, and any such order shall be deemed part of this section. Cattle have greatly suffered from black-leg, dry murrain, and Texas ease is not so widespread as in some years.

Objection seemed to be a very common one.

Premising the necessity of absolute rest as an indispensable condition, and to be continued so long as the least motion causes pain, Mr Scott endeavours to determine the circumstances under which blood-letting may be employed with advantage, and to define the extent to which it may be carried. Numerous dark points appeared on section throughout the substance of the brain, both cineritious and medullary, as well as in the cerebellum, the medulla oblongata, and upper parts of the spinal column; they were, however, largest, and most numerous, in the medullary substance of the upper part of the hemispheres. The treatment is that of pernicious malarial and probably brought about by the solution of erythrocytes by an types of hemoglobinuria hitherto embraced by them be known as follows: THE ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE of cases were precipitated by quinin, a large number of attacks were apparently precipitated by quinin, and a few recurrent attacks developed in the wards when no quinin had been given. The sittings took place from one to three times daily. "Bud' is one of those fortunate men who already is sharing his success with a lovely wife.

Very professional job. Thanks again Dave

Thomas King - Shoeburyness