The bank account has been examined and 10 provision made for that. In early life nature affects her work of repair so perfectly in many, when appropriate treatment is instituted, that the patient, after adult years are attained, is scarcely conscious of any impediment in function or diminutioii in strength in the former injured limb. While it may not always act in that manner, I am quite convinced that in patients who have had cardiac type, it acts as a harmful agent. At the end of ten uneventful days the patient can be discharged, but should report at weekly, and later at longer, intervals for observation. To save myself, and at the same time do justice to my patients, I have been in the habit of supplying each patient with a small booklet giving the required information in concise form each patient, in written or printed form, I have adopted the booklet issued by an American Supply House in which all this object to this plan in that it would appear to be advertising that particular lirm's goods, but the book supplies me with what I want without expense, and if indirectly the publishers reap benefit it is nothing to me. The pi'operty of olistructiiig the passaire of the rays differs markedly witii dillVrent tissues, both normal and abnormal, of the human body; and as the rays which pass through the least resistant tissues are thus alile to e.xert their greatest effect upon the fluorescent screen or photographic plate, the shadow image gives the outlines of for instance, not only are the outlines of a long bone clearly marked out by the rays, but the medullaiy cavity is shown as well; and, while in radiographs of the normal lung the denser bronchi only are sliown, in pulmonary tuberculosis the tuberculovis thicki'uings from their greater resistance to the rays appear as clearly defined As to the real nature of the Roentgen rays many hypotheses have been advanced, some phj-sicists holding that fiom the cathode, and others that they differ from ordinary light rays only in the numl)er of vibrations.
Epipactis (called also Helleborine, or Bastard Hellebore), is drunk as an antidote for deadly poisons, and for diseases of genus Herniaria, or Rupture Wort. In discussing that paper, question the advisability of pursuing this line of work at the present time, thinking that the rank and file of pharmacists were pharmacists in other sections, had been remiss in their duty to themselves and their customers, and had not kept themselves posted on the progress of pharmacy along the more practical lines. If it has seen too many panaceas and too many administrative theories have their brief day of glory for it to accept any untried remedy, whether social or medical, on faith, it has also known how to make effective use of new things once their worth has been proved. How practical and of what value would it be to physicians that they have limited their mg field as in psychiatry, dermatology, anesthesiology, etc.? In concentrating on their specialty, they neither have the time nor the energy to stray so far afield. It is frequently found, for instance, in cases of tabes, in which the reflex is alisent. They go on to describe the state of the sub-epidermic tissue in much the same way as other writers, but lay stress on the foci of necrosis and the presence of giant cells. Medicine needs publicity of the kind which will keep all the people informed on proved advances, and guarded against basing extravagant hopes on claims not amply supported by reliable evidence; also, medical organizations should, from time to time, have newspapers publish historical medical articles, outlining the solid achievements of Medicine, and calling the roll of the long line of cults which have risen and fallen, while the system based on investigation and reason moved steadily on its way.
It might possibly be confused with the fatigue and neurasthenic headaches. In Handler's case, which was studied from autopsy, the larynx was stcnosedin high degree by a thick, hard mass of tissue exteasively ulcerated. The spleen is frequently increased in size owing to an interstitial splenitis of a chronic form: the liver occasionally sliows similar changes. Rectal examination reveals a very large, irregular, indurated mass.
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