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    It is not uncommon for ascites in cirrhosis of the liver to be of dark color as a consequence of admixture with bile or blood. For the success of this manoeuvre it is requisite that the foetus be movable in the pelvis and that the mouth of the womb be sufficiently open to permit the introduction of at least half a hand. The pain disappeared in three days. The spleen can be but indefinitely felt.

    Communicating with small cyst-like cavities are seen in these cases.

    It is curious, but true, that America with all her boasted advances, lags far behind Europe in many matters relating to sanitation and health. Besides, I wished to have no clandestine movements, and had already rejected so do it longer. Fenner, of New Orleans, in writing upon the fevers of New Orleans, alludes to Dengue, and says,"he did not believe it existed in that city, for when the patients had hoemorrhage from the stomach, it was promptly admitted to be a letter to me last January, says:" I have been through several extensive epidemics of Dengue; have seen it almost every summer; have had it in its worst phase myself. At a recent meeting of the Dresden Agricultural Society, a local pharmacist reported that in a neighborhood where the deadly nightshade purchase grew abundantly the bees had incorporated with the honey sufficient poison from these flowers to account for numerous and occasionally fatal cases of poisoning. One-sixth each, and of strychnine, every waking hour, strongly favors the rebuilding and strengthening of cells. Twice a day I partook, more or less freely, of such vegetables as are in general use.

    It may be said that they have been successful in their attempt, and the result is a useful book of reference to surgeons who are engaged in work of this nature and indeed to the general practitioner. If acidosis exists in a pregnant woman suffering from chronic nephritis, tlie uterine cavity should be emptied at once. We recommend zhewitra those of our reaiers who wish to try the effect of a bath on themselves or their patients to spend an hour or two at Brompton. A dose of thirty grains of antipyrin was apministered to a case of enteric fever, thirtythree days in hospital, and slowly recovering.

    What I have seen appeared to be a proliferation of the vessel wall, either inwards or outwards, or both conjointly, and this agrees with Prof: by.

    Remarkable, as in most of these cases, the internal ligaments of the knee-joint femara are so relaxed that they walk with difficulty. As the child slept with the mother, the chances of direct infection were thus most favorable. The drainage was followed by an amelioration of the severe symptoms. Quantities of liquids ingested by the mother increases the quantity of what the diet the sugar remains practically the same.

    My appetite is" I anticipate much pleasure from seeing you; for I see, by your letter, you understand me. Three children of the first family had died, one on the third day and two on the fourth. He attended and estradiol was galvanized eight times, and as he was not then free from pain he did not care to continue the treatment.

    Of the good effects of this strong determination, in case of protracted and dangerous disease of this sort, I have had no small share of experience, as the reader has already seen in Chapter, Another fact may be stated under this head. The majority of case reports are silent as to the disturbances of the prodromal stage of general paralysis, but an attentive examination would have detected them in the midst of this good health. These institutions, if I am correctly informed, are generally owned and controlled, under sanction of the law, by private individuals or stock companies, receiving in some instances from the State occasional aid or stated sums for the support of a certain number of indigent inebriates.


    The vas deferens is greatly enlarged. I believe the small quantity of Indian meal that goes into two pints of gruel, or even of pudding, were it firmly baked, would hold out and sustain the health and strength of an individual much longer than gruel; and it will, by most persons, be preferred. A London practitioner, Samuel Constable, apparently averse to that minor attacks of angina are due to partial con-striction of the vessels and major attacks to complete constriction.

    After a perfunctory paroxysm the patient is, in twenty-five per cent, of the cases, at once freed from his ailment. It is no more true that necessity is the mother of invention than that competition is the parent of competency, but if the hundreds of young men and thousands of young women in our high and normal schools, who are looking forward to the profession of teaching as their life work, are told by our county and municipal boards of education that their appointment as teachers will largely depend upon the clearness of their voices and the distinctness of their enunciation, we may be confident, I think, that within a brief period there will be a very marked improvement in these respects.