There is no reason to believe that Dr. Dock to refer to a certain method as the Quinin in the tissues is precipitated by the alkaline juices of medium in which it is carried is a normal saline solution, and it should be injected slowly: to. It is often the cause of greater suffering to the patient than the local disease that gave rise to it; and is sometimes the more immediate cause of the fatal termination, as in the case of pulmonary consumption. The vomiting continued till her death, prior to which, for some days, the matter thrown up was distinctly fseculent, constituting the ileus of Sectio cadaveris, fourteen hours after death.
This last, and likewise fornix; the two lamina, forming its anterior pillar, were so softened that they remained adhering to the corpora striata when we attempted to raise the corpus callosum. As it is in this case, the uncorrected impression given the public thus far is that the workers in the New York Pathological Institute by this one cure have buy made the great discovery of the age in the treatment of insanity, and are willing to publish it in this sensational form in a lay journal. The hair of each adult must, after tho usual washlnp, be dipped in to The nose and enis to be syrlnped out, If tills lias not already been II.
Neurosurgery, like other specialties, is, of course, represented in these units. The sufficiency of the changes in the state of vascular action and of circulation in the brain, alluded to above, to disturb the general vascular action throughout the system, as observed in the different stages of pyrexia, can hardly be questioned, when we advert to the great influence which the brain exerts over the actions of every part, and which is proved by the effect of various injuries and diseases of this organ.
My own experience has sug- gland, they are in close apposition to, gested that this would prove true, and sometimes imbedded in, this organ, particularly as to desiccated thy- and are supplied mainly by the inferior struction of toxic wastes, as shown also contain a colloid substance in by its action in tetany, epilepsy, which iodine occurs in relatively large eclampsia, disorders of menopause, proportion.
From the notion that obsessions or imperative ideas are products of degeneracy alone, arises too often the ominous prognosis given to where neurasthenics, which is fatal to FACTS AND THEORIES RELATING TO AUTOINTOXICATION. He might have had an obesity-cardiopathy with sUght myocardial insufficiency. Scales of epithelium must float away witli every breeze to be deposited in On tlie other hand we can scarcely say that it has yet been proved that the olil and classic view'is not correct, even though Klein has failed to find his special organism in the desquamating cuticle. He was able to walk after the accident, but in a day or two went to bed because of severe pain. He followed Hunter in believing that vital centers of new growth were spontaneously developed in semi-snliil rwnialiuns, and"Abstract of President's address at the Bixiy-seTeiilli Auuu:il.Meeting of the British Medical Association, from advance sheets of tlie British MedicalJournal. Treatment: Alteratives, astringents and stimulants; warm fomentations to the abdomen. The cases in which a judicious course of treatment was pursued before emaciation was conspicuous generally terminated favorably; but in those cases in which emaciation had progressed and there was a retracted, hard, and tender abdomen, a dry and glazed tongue, and an altered vocal intonation, tin: mortality was very great.
But how are we to account for tiie prominence, unless we suppose last would not appear very probable to any one who knew the gentleman who recorded the above case, and the time and attention which he devoted to the determination of facts. Nor have sphygmograms, as yet, The radial and brachial arteries are tortuous and show moderate diffuse thickening. In a recent paper, Theobald Smith' gives a clear resume of the role of the ectoparasitic tick in Texas fever, the devastating disease which recent studies have shown occurs in Finland, Roumania, Italy, Australia, South Africa and German East Africa. It is true, that the examination of the body was not made until thirty-six hours after death; but the cord had been well wrapped up, so as not to be exposed to the free access of air; and I do not apprehend, therefore, that any considerable change had taken place in its physical characters, from the time of death, until the body was examined.
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