In fractures in BOSTON MEDICAL AND SVBQIGAL JOURNAL the close vicinity aud iuto the joint, present in young children complications due to a possible displacement of the epiphysis, a condition which is not always easily recognized, either by skiagram or palpation. There is a secondary anaemia in both diseases, but in aestivo-autumnal malaria there is lacking the leucopenia and relative lymphocytosis characteristic of typhoid. The second instrument that I wish to present is a bone lever. Muralt recorded seven cases of catatonia of a traumatic genesis. She was allowed to sit up in the evening and began to walk with help. Attention must be paid to the caloric value of foods. We have seen angina membranacea, follicular tonsillitis, herpetic sore throat, aphthous sore throat, etc., but these have all yielded promptly to antiseptic and aseptic measures no case been transferred from one member of the family to another. F We read that this eredion bred from thence becomes invincible, and perfifts even until death j but it is acknowledged by all that nothing is fo obstructive to the cure of a gonorrhea as venery, wherefore the prudent phyficians carefully ufe every method but a fmall fliare of white meat boiled, but advife optima viffus ratione regas, nihil proficis: u to abftain" from fait and fait victuals, from violent motion, iC finally, from over-heating or irritating., exercife, u and not only from the actual ufe of venery, but" body be purged as long as it perfifts, and has been of fervice to fome peribns, that it may occafion ejus ablivio, quod coitum irritabat: ftc etiam" was inciting to venery; fo fome others for the" fame reason having been fent into exile:" others alfo into priibn, aut graviori animi cogitatione affefti ul tnirum non fit, ft viris, vel pojlquam ilia incepit nunquam coeuntibus, diuturna tamen ilia contingat: iC or have more feverely punifhed themfelves by a ic from the beginning of the diftemper have abftaincd Hence it is very evident, how injurious the ufe of cantharides may be in curing of a gonorrhea, as the cure can be retarded by only one eredtion of the fanandi modos, fi, quacumque demum de caufa, qua bercle multiplex hie minis., homo arrigit, imo, fanatas reeruduiffe aftutum, novamque denuo fanationem de integro exigijfe. This combination, in various modifications, I employ a great deal as a nervine in other affections than tabes. He then spent his five dollars in having his clothing washed, and one or two other items, and entered upon the great work of life. With these views, every parent who sends a son or relative to the war should first place in his hand some succinct, reliable little book; not to be taken along so much, but to be read over, mastered, and remembered, so that he may know how to act in an emergency; how to act in case of being wounded or taken sick in some desolate place. We send all our people to Rutland, or to some their expenses. Lewschine, Moscow, Volhonka, Medical Directors of Life Insurance Companies in the United States recently held in New York city Dr. Makes a plea for the medical profession to join forces with the Federation of Women's Clubs and erect a monument to Long. The ulceration may soon heal while still superficial, or it may extend into the deeper structures, involving the articulations and bones. Autopsy showed no metastases except in neck. The face is rarely involved in the atrophy, but the lips may be wasted, owing to the not infrequent complication of progressive muscular is an important exception to this general rule. The prognosis he considers to be largelx- dependent on the form of luxation; in anterior luxation the reduction is easy, in posterior luxation reduction is difficult the Eetiological and pathogenic conditions that surround the origin of the association of these two diseases, the ways in which they are associated, the general prognosis, and the treatment. Treatment of cases of general paralysis and locomotor ataxia with an antibacterial serum, prepared in the sheep bv immunization witli these special diphtheroid bacilli, has been attended in many cases by distinct arrest of the symptoms, indicative of active progression of the disease: In all but one of these cases, literature thirty-one other cases of tetanus that had developed subsequently to attempted immunization by prophylactic injections of antitetanic serum.

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