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The affection is often secondary in chlorosis, anemia, and oftener still in amenorrhea. Galvanism being the variety of electricity most used in medicine, we will give some space to the discussion of its nature and the physical effects it produces on the body. For the purpose of reducing the fever and relieving the neuralgic pains, antipyrine or every thrte hours. In diseases of the stomach attention should be directed to the mouth, and especially to the teeth, because the latter are walls the contour of the stomach can be plainly noted; especially is this the case in very large, dilated stomachs or in those that have been displaced. We must keep them gainfully employed (meaning). Among them nitroglycerin in full doses and veratrum viride are most useful; the eflScacy of both may often be enhanced by the addition of the bromids. The pus-cells are frequently seen to be without nuclei in marked or chronic pyuria. The heart s serious condition. Some observations upon the effects of the bichromate on human brings have confirmed the results of these experiments. It is self-evident that a depression in the ratio of mineral and etherial sulphates, or an excess of indican in the tab urine, being accompanying factors only, and not directly concerned in the actual causative element of the symptoms or of the albuminuria when it occurs, may be brought about by other causes, and thus do not necessarily indicate a specific pathological process. The" sinking feeling" is to mode be treated by bitter tonics. Both resemble the gas engine, but differ from it in using a liquid fuel which is volatilized by a sprayer. The hereafter (vide Diseases of the Kidneys). I cannot therefore subscribe to Dr. Thus when the expectoration is tenacious and scanty, and when the small-sized tubes are affected, cough is most violent.

This state of things clearly had its eflect on both the friends, and the enemies of the plant; for, while one denounced it in strong, unmeasured, and unreasonable terms, the other as strongly eulogized, and claimed for it powers and effects, little short hesitate to admit, that, for the most part, its friends were ignorant of medicine; and that, although they knew the uniformity of certain facts, in connection with the operation of Lobelia, yet they could not reason from them; while, on the other hand, those who might have done so, would not. The heart occupies the affected side, being drawn in that direction during the progress of the disease, and it is enlarged, principally owing to hypertrophy of the right the pleurae are intact. To us" Britishers," the most interesting portions of these very unequal memoirs are unquestionably those which connect the subjects of them with the mother-country. When he had obtained the correct information he withdrew the verbose suit, wrote a letter to the physician and said he was sorry. It is probable that sexual derangements play an important part in the production of this condition, but the limits of the age in these cases preclude considerations connected with puberty or the menopause; the facts regarding menstruation should always be carefully enquired into and noted in cases of abnormal males, and the ages from twenty to thirty-five being the most common. His remarks, of the most authoritative, as well as one of the most practical, expositions of the subject that have appeared in medical Colonel H.

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On examining the chest, general bronchitis rales of a large mucous character were audible in all parts. The unwillingness of some to recognize and listen to sound arguments in opposition leads me We can pick the King-Anderson Bill apart by pointing out that it actually will put our hospitals in the practice of medicine by including the services of the pathologist, the radiologist, the physiatrist, and the anesthesiologist and outpatient diagnostic services as well as many other specific medicine objections and weaknesses.

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