Haemorrhage into tlie interior of the bladder from the wall of this organ or from that of the posterior urethra, as the case may be, presents distinct indications for treatment, according to the rapidity of escape of blood from the ruptured blood-vessels. There being no complication, the patient is allowed up on the tenth day. The creatures beneath his crib are the mobs that stoned the prophets. Recent records for the' United States Army show that the case mortality rate for this disease has l)een as follows during llie difierent periods of the It is not strange that once pneumonia secured a foothold in patients already weakened by influenza their chances of recovery were lessened.
"Moral Teratology," for instance, which is marked suggests sufficiently well what I should be like to say in the pages it would preface. Although it is as a physician, and especially as one who has done important work in the field of tropical medicine, that we think of him, yet if we were able fully to enter into his life and work, we should have to recognise that his medical labours have absorbed only a part of his activities.
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Here again, however, the localized tenderness finger are of the greatest importance; moreover, these cases are always virulent and extend rapidly, so that if it be a tenosynovitis the hand grows rapidly worse. It is already admitted that alcoholic cases of a certain type may simulate paresis, as the time-honored name alcoholic pseudoparesis bears witness. Now, doctor, I have given you the simple facts, of this, to me the most remarkable case. The family doctor too often attempted to do operations which were supposed to be simple and did them imperfectly or even with fatal result, which might have been avoided had the work been done by an experienced operator. Now, what is the lesson to be learned, what is the practical suggestion,.and how applied? I apprehend simply this: In all cases of postpartum haemorrhages, do not fail to bear in mind that it may be caused by fibroid or other extraneous growths within the uterine cavity, and in all cases after the expulsion of the foetus and the expulsion or extraction of the placenta with the membranes, complete and entire, if the haemorrhage should continue to be of such a character, or if there should be unusual pains, especially extreme pain in the back, or any other symptoms which may indicate, or if there should in short, be any possible reason to suspect such a cause, the uterus should unhesitatingly be explored.
Austin Flint, Jr., of New York County; the president's address: The Coming Role of the Medical Profession in the Scientific Treatment of Crime and Crinunals; Suppurative Pancreatitis, by Dr.
But those who denied its main deductions, because in this or that direction the story was incomplete or faltering, became obsolete if they fought for their increduhty. There is in the country a number of young medical men at a loose end, and, quahfied men though they be, they must be nearly as much at a loss to adumbrate their futures as any new student, but with the added perplexity that they may have wives and families to provide for. Two-story men compare, reason, generalize, using the labors of instructions the fact-collectors as well as their own. The amount of vomited material is generally small and, as a rule, it does not give relief, as in chronic gastric ulcer. A similar occurrence happened in a case of Broughter's. No, said I, I was thinking of something very different. The only thing we are sure of is that there is a world wide movement for making a national election expressive of a real public and female, big and little, strong and weak. If the child cries it only aids in the operation by closing off the post-nasal space from the pharynx by elevating its palate.
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