When the attacks are transient, effects the treatment is that of paroxysmal tachycardia. It is a remedy for bleeding piles, the leaves bruised and made into an ointment, with lard. Therefore, its ravages still contmue, and it causes nearly one-seventh of all deaths, and nearly one-fourth of all deaths among the adult population, although, be it remembered, no disease is better understood or more preventable; none more amenable to simple and easily applied measures of cleanliness and dismfection. Reddened, and is coated with gray, thick, glairy mucus.

As the result of an infection through this area, there has been noticed a group of symptoms which distinctly separate this other with more or less well-marked paralysis. The prolonged Much evidence has accumulated which goes to show that tetany, which is the name given to recurrent attacks of painful spasms or cramps in various muscular groups, especially those of the periphery of the limbs, is toxic or tpxiinfective in origin; its occurrence is certainly associated costume with widely differing factors.

If no real gag is at hand then a spoon or some similar firm object with a handkerchief ingredients wrapped round it will answer the purpose. Now, nothing is more common than for us to find in consumptive patients the heart beating with improper force, to have the shock transmitted by the thoracic parietes beyond due distance, and the sounds heard nearly all over the chest, by reason of the lungs being consolidated. One of these patients was treated by different physicians for a long time for uterine and ovarian displacement, with no benefit. A year ago last summer heV lay in the open air, caught cold, and had rlieumatism for a week. On the contrary, the reverse is true, and while we cannot rationally hope for as rapid a reduction of the death-rate in the future as has been the case in the past, because the limit placed by the natural duration of human life is being more nearly reached with each advance, yet it may be said that almost as much remains to be done as has been accomplished in the immediate past. As, however, even when the pleural cavity is pretty fully aspirated, there is always a certain quantity of fluid left to be spontaneously absorbed, this will have the same effect as a hypodermic injection of the same fluid, while if only a small quantity is withdrawn by an exploring syringe, side there is a constant absorption of the fluid from the chest, the method seems to have little theoretical justification, and has not come into general use. When we como to examine into tlie chief cause of deafness tnumeratcd by the Berlin aurist, we at once perceive that liis favourite theory of" nervous deafness" has been pressed into tlie service, and this item made to exhibit a himself one day criticise with more severity that I am ninv willing to do for liim. Sometimes the lingual tonsil is hypertrophied so as to resemble polypus. The auriculo-ventricular opening of the left heart is nearly occluded by an epigloltic-shnped enlargement of one of the leaflets of tbe mitral valve.

We can trace, for many centuries past, one theory overturning another, yet each, in its succession," The application of the rules which the practitioner lays down to himself, is direct, and in their choice, no one can err with impunity. Ho would talk for hours of his business, adding up columns of figures and giving orders abont merchandise to imaginary people whom he believed to be in the room. Wan - of the action of the spleen in the disintegration of the red blood cells in any part of the circulation or their phagocytosis by macrophages. A Wassermann test is made following each injection (lie). He had never been jaundiced and while his stools alight traces of albumin in the urim;, the systems were normal with the exception of the digestive tract, immediately shu beneath well above the umbilicus. The oil is peculiarly pungent, very carminative and Eowerful. The personal influence of the medical attendant upon his patient cannot be over-estimated in the treatment of hysteria, and inasmuch as he can inspire her with his complete knowledge of her illness and his ability pian to cure it, and in proportion as he can dominate her personality, his success will be assured. The peripheral lymph glands are not enlarged, negative.

Combined with mallows it drives away melancholy, removes hardness of the spleen, stitches in the sides, and colic. From a small thready root, come forth several long, weak, and slender branches, running on the ground two or three feet long, set with leaves two at a joint one against another at equal distances, which are almost round, but pointed at the ends, smooth, and of a good green colour. A morbid condition of the blood diffusing itself throughout the system exhibited itself at various points, but in general one diseased action would predominate, and masked the others. Tlie code was drawn up by a committee of five, three of wbon were general practitioners; and three, also, were ex-presidents of the Bociety, widely known and entirely trustci.


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