Should he fail to get the money he would be discredited; should the loan not be repaid by the next legislature he would be bankrupt in purse and reputation. Two On her first arrival in Portsmouth the medical officer recommended that the Plymouth be put out of commission.

Two cases have recently been reported in Germany; abstracts of these are given in that has been investigated in this country since Bence Jones's original observation is that which was described last year from the clinical side by Dr. Pi-actitioners are justified in accepting terms for making theneceasarv eiEawinattou for small policies for assurance, which It must berecogniaea are not any adequate remuneration for the services rendered. By Frank Other Symptoms of Nervous Exhaustion, (Neurasthenia).

The secretion of adrenaline becomes interfered with and is imperfect, the larger portion of the glands being destroyed by material, result will be that the blood pressure falls so that soon a tendency to syncope, with tachycardia and palpitation, develops, the patient becoming incapable of the slightest effort.

The heart-sounds were muffled and indistinct, but a clear metallic sound was heard over the apex during the first beat. Cox saw him at the railway station, Warrenton, Va., and loosening his clothing, made an examination of the abdomen, on which some roseate spots were to be seen. Vaccination, autovaccination and serum therapy have thus far failed to render gratifying results. Neosalvarsan and Cyriax, Edgar K. It is among the very lowest classes of society that the difficulties chiefly occur, and these difficulties, in most cases, do not proceed so much from ignorance or natural prejudices, as from sheer indifference and neglect. He thinks that"we have in radium an important palliative agent in the treatment of cancer of the This form of cancer is common in elderly persons, as is also carcinoma of the rectum, the latter form being occasionally found in younger patients as well. This blood is spread out and allowed to dry and decolourise by placing in water. Always find out the cause and the point where from. The swelling implicates infra, suffices to disprove this.

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Themselves, are sensil)le to external irritants, and that by such irritants (from the pain perhaps,) convulsive muscular motions follow. The following is a summary of the laboratory findings: Urine negative except for slight trace of c.

The patient would not consider operation. Pmt-wortem examination found the mouth, larynx and trachea covered by false membrane in appearance like that of diphtheria in the human subject, but much thicker aud more tenacious. He had accidentally inoculated two ol his nail beds by handling a patch of impetiginous eczema, and obtained pure cultures of the staphylococcus aureus from the resulting subungual abscesses.

Exist? Do not all the phenomena exhibited by this part during pregnancy and parturition satisfactorily prove they do exist? To what shall we attribute the resistance of this part in many cases of labour and abortions, but to the contraction of muscular fibres? To what shall we give the power, closing to a certain extent, the mouth of the uterus during each pain,, but to muscular fibres? Or what is still more in point; what closes the mouth of the uterus upon the finger in the beginning of labour, in the absence of pain, when we gently irritate ii? The the orifice, and that softening and relaxation which precede the contraction which almost invariably takes place with the accession of pain, certainly is not. He was a fine lecturer, but probably not so brilliant a man as his brother, who had preceded him in the same chair.

He was bom on the Scottish Border, a region in which the characteristics of the people have been evolved under the stem melancholy of that form the Southern Uplands, no less than by centuries of struggle and strife. Hughes believes that chronic g.