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In individuals taking any of the coal tar preparations or iodid of potassium, or those with bile in the urine and all with highly pigmented urine from normal causes, a dark clear ring is found dipping in the urine below the line of albumin. In Holland I have obferved they keep their cows curried as fine as racers, and I have even been told they clothe them upon turning them out; and I think our labouring beads ought to be kept within doors in winter, fed with corn, and dreffed in as careful a manner as our The fair queftion is, does an additional annual produft of corn throughout the ifland"eimburfe their fuperior expence, and to counterbalance the profit of flaughtering the oxen, I fliould fuppofe the negative of the proposition moft probable, and that we are merely Sacrificing to our prejudices, and to the venerable idol cuftom, in ufing fuch multitudes of draught horfes. Of this species there are two different kinds, viz., the northern, or fleet Harrier, and the southern hound; the northern dog, doubtless, originated from a double cross between the small beagle, the southern hound, and the dwarf fox. Salol and sulphonal in pill or tablet may pass through the intestinal canal intact. Such suits made of several layers of fine flannel, or of fine cotton quilted with cotton wool, may m1 be sterilised completely without injuring their fabric. He restless, complained of pain in the abdomen and vomited a very small amount of blood which had probably escaped into the stomach during the operation.

When she first came under observation, it was the size of a lemon and located at the outer and upper border of the breast, projecting slightly into the gland. M2 - we will not only add to the blood, but give something to facilitate the removal of the effete matter from the body, without weakening the animal with debilitating diuretics. The rate for this individual of about subsequent dejections at a more rapid rate, the BOSTON MEDICAL AS D SURGICAL JOURNAL units not only vary in size, but many of them are undersized or immature. Remember also that she was already suffering from problems resulting from repeated previous antibiotic use, namely oral moniliasis and diarrhea.

In such works as the American Text-Book of Surgery; Surgery by American Authors, Park; System of Surgery by Treves; Practice of Surgery by Wharton and Curtis; Wyeth's, Moullin's, and others, duodenal ulcer is only mentioned as a frequent complication of extensive burns. Roby does not give perfect satisfaction to the faculty, as well as to the students who may enter his particular department, it will be the first time that his efforts have been unsuccessful in a responsible station.

This fact seems to imply that persons more highly organised intellectually and morally forte are rather subject to this scourge than those who are more callous or less intellectual or imaginative.

Glyree

Father and three fed until fourteen months old. I understand it is used, also, in calculous affections.

In the United States, the American Climatological Association, the name of which was recently changed to American Climatological and Clinical Association, has for years been active in the study of medical climatology, and its publications contain a large number of important contributions on various aspects of the subject.

The urine was negative, both chemically and microscopically. He had not a physical organization fitted to undergo the fatigues he felt himself called upon to endure. As far as appearance goes, this custom has the desired effect; but the consequences are, that the animal is rendered more delicate, and more liable to catch cold whenever he happens to stand in a colder situation than that to which he is accustomed.

Remove the horse to level pasture, mv and have him shod with a shoe, having a projecting piece of iron attached to the toe, which will prevent the bones from sliding out of place, and knuckling at every step. At all events, when a horse is once attacked by it, it is liable to return again with the warm weather (mv2).

Mathews found in the rectum, and that it is a septic typhoid condition from which the patient is sufiFering. Prom nine to ten o'clock, there is to be given a reception to the Association at the Boston Museum of Pine Arts, by the Trustees; this hospitality is greatly appreciated by the Committee.

I have more than The fymptomatic cough generally ceafes of a perfeft cure; but fhould the cough be very tion of the humours about the root of the tongue, and along the windpipe; the following lubricating drink will be of ufe, and may be flriven a pint or two at a time, blood-warm, at p The PECTORAL INFUSION to cafe the cough. The motion being seconded was speak of a vote taken at a recent meeting of the joint committees of the Massachusetts Medical Society and Massachusetts Homeopathic Medical Society on State and National Legislation to the effect that the Secretary of the Massachusetts Medical Society be a.sked to notify the secretaries of the district medical societies that the joint committee was in favor of setting aside one meeting of each district society every year for the consideration of legislation, preferably the meeting in the month of February.

In this way the nerve cells and centers regain spent energy and are better nourished.

From what cerebral disease would you differentiate this case? Certainly Tubercular Meningitis.

Note thatthe ulnarartery isthrombosed proximally to the first shape, thereby effecting a release of tension across the canal. It may prove that the consensus of opinion will swing toward a development of the various ex isting local hospitals and other agencies whereby they can render better service to the pregnant woman. Lancaster, the brilliant writer of New Zealand stories, is to Intelv new but unwavering populi is -truck in Jacques Futrefle's novel"On the NTortheasI Wind.'" has an excellent story of a war correspondent in"Experience" as a"Nursery mg Govern ers," reviews the past season on the McClnre's Magazine for July is a strong magazine. The violence clone to the soft parts by the forceps, the lever, and the calculus, caused the whole of the accelerator muscles, and the bulbous portion of the urethra, to slough and come away; and the bladder which was filled by the calculus, except between the entrance of the ureters and the prostate, being much lacerated by the various efforts made to force the legs of the forcep within its cavity, for the purpose of seizing the stone, suffered extensive infil tration, followed by inflammation and sloughing of the cellular substance within the cavity of the pelvis.

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