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I do not mean by this a direct inheritance of insanity in every case, but rather the possession of such a nervous organization as renders one liable to be insane. Since, however, the treatment varies with the course of the disease, it will be dealt with under three headings, according to of the muscles, with but little loss of power, and the reflexes are still present, if not actually exaggerated, generally respond well to treatment. Increasing tympanites and a constant rise in the pulse rate are indicative of beginning peritonitis. He regards the albuminuria with hyaline and granular casts, seen in the severe cases, not as signs of nephritis, but as the expression of a chronic functional irritation of the kidneys. Fifteen days after the operation the new limb was perfectly united by first intention to the stump of its limb, and no one whose attention had not been drawn to certain small details would have suspected that the lind) was really a transplanted one. This is best provided for, if necessary, by the use of one of the aperient waters, or of Epsom or Carlsbad salts, taken m the early morning. Barclay advanced the idea that a mitral obstructive murmur had no existence in fact, the sound usually attributed to this condition being really due to regurgitation. In other respects sight may be, and usually is, perfect, and, apart from the difficulty of There can be no doubt that, whilst these cases of congenital word-blindness are not common, they occur amongst school cliildren, and account for some of the cases of almost inscrutable backwardness in language which occur in otherwise smart The following case, quoted from Dr. After amputations these may give rise to trouble. It is useless to puncture and allow the wound to close immediately, for the walls of the sac have acquired secreting properties, and continue to pour out the serosity, which will speedily fill the cavity of the cyst. And thus it was that we have had such contradictory testimony by competent authorities, some having observed one variety of the parasite, others a different one. So then, the treatment, although local, produces that condition of the urine which is generally aimed at in tlie common treatment by alkalies. When one considers the number of cases of chronic illness in the community, among people of means insufficient to command the expensive services of a trained nurse, cases which do not need perhaps skilled nursing, but merely constant care and attendance requiring only a moderate amount of training, the need of a supply of such attendants becomes manifest. It is for the physician to dif WEISENBURG: PATHOLOGY OF CEREBELLAR TUMORS. Bleeding (although all proper means had been adopted to arrest it) was still going on. One requires applicants for membership, before recommendation by the censors, to demonstrate to the censors their familiarity with the code, and in their presence subscribe to its requirements. When fatal, it is usually in association with enlargement of the thymus, and the so-called" status lymphaticus." Dangerous symptoms are sudden blanching, cessation of struggling and attempts to breathe, and wide dilatation of pupils. This substance contains a considerable amount of formic acid, as indeed does the peaty soil of various places in the British lead poisoning by water obtained from a peaty and artificially heated in suitable contrived appliances. Fluoxetine - i believed, then, and I have not changed my opinion since, that unnecessary opposition was provoked by the term" latent" rather than by his theory, supported as it was at that time by a rather scant array of facts; this opposition was one of opinion only as at that time bacteriology could not afford the demonstration of positive proof. Internal iliac artery laid open.

While riding one day near the suburbs of Cape Haytien.

He is sometimes troubled with jerking of his legs. Late in the evening, two greenish and very offensive stools were passed involuntarily, and a little delirium was observed. Murrell's politeness had its therapeutic reward.



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