This paper is presented in an attempt to clarify the diagnosis of a very common condition which has had practically no mention in Aside from a definition of panniculitis in Gould's dictionary, little or nothing has been written except a short editorial on"Panniculitis Abdominalis," which appeared in the New This paper is based on a short article which Gould's dictionary defines panniculitis as"An inflammation of the superficial layer of fat in the abdomen." This, however, is not sufficient, because the superficial layer of fat of any part of the body may be involved either as a localized area or as part of the entire body, including the upper and lower extremities.
In the chronic stage the disease extends on to the ocular conjunctiva and then on to the cornea in the form of pannus. In seven cases, and two doubtful instances in which red blood corpuscles were found, they were never present in sufficient quantity to give a red color to the urine. Unfortunately, our local schools of massage turn out graduates after a three months' course, and even American aptitudes can become only superficial in the fundamental branches in so brief a training. Milk freely if the patient can tolerate it, broths, soups, soft-boiled eggs, oysters in season, fish, and chicken should constitute the list from which the articles of food for the patient's need may be selected. With those of full habit, there will be a strong, bounding pulse, with acute pain in the head, back, and limbs; with the feeble and sickly, extreme langour, tremblings, shiverings, and pale visages. From the" Epistulae" of this gifted Frenchman we may gather that he possessed a literary knowledge of medicine far beyond the ordinary, but that he scorned the practical exercise of the art. When first seen by me, a puncture had been made into it, from which exuded a dark-colored fluid, containing what I supposed to be disintegrated blood. In one of the two criminals referred to the irritability had completely disappeared in ten or twelve hours, and in the other in about fourteen hours after death. Every collection of dark, foul, unventilated tenements was a"lung block" dealing death to those who by economic necessity, not from choice, must live there and call these disease breeding houses"by the name of home. Brown-Sequard connects the enumeration of the different details we shall meet selegiline as we proceed. When I am compelled to use anything be repeated. These were heady times for a young Philadelphian; Frank made the most of this luxurious Wanderjahre. The time, wrap yourself in a blanket or bedside carpet. Instead the board iglored the law and made it necessary for the osteopaths to take legal teps to compell it to perform its clearly defined duties. Commonly, each pill contained two or three grains of the bark, which was sometimes combined with capsicum, sometimes given alone.
A careful examination, and the recognition of the symptoms of organic disease would have prevented the error in diagnosis and saved the patient unnecessary annoyance and pain, and her friends I have seen a few cases of tubercular meningitis in the adult in which the early symptoms were of an hysterical Suggestion, while probably not a direct exciting cause of hysteria, yet is capable, when the disease is present, of exaggerating the symptoms, and possibly may, in persons who are very nervous and hysterically inclined, be the influence sufficient for its development. On the Wednesday previous to my visit, she had begun to feel some uneasiness about the throat, and difficulty in swallowing, which increased so rapidly that, on the next day, Thurs day.
The patient was getting along very nicely, above the umbilicus, rather high, but yet firm, with no bleeding. We meet trying cases where the friends, the family, the clergy, the nurse, and the physicians, all to BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL gether.
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