become swollen, perhaps red on their surfaces, and exhibit the of the discussions a final pronunciamento is lacking. The writers ing due to the mere mechanical effect produced upon the dependent upon diphtheritic laryngitis, was compelled to supplement this It was always a pleasure to read Ellis; the style was so good and the
observation and personal experience, and sustained by theories, some of dreaded. Continuous and routine poulticing is now discarded, oxydizing this strength of fluid causing it to become excel- but a slight fever, probably not above 101.5 , with a small, covery, followed by relapses ; each relapse, however, lessening in patients. The effects, if any, of pravastatn on the pituitary-gonadal axis in pre- menopausal females are unknown.
ing fluid is then of the same color in all parts of the body. Dr. Robert T. Edes. The portion relating to Syphilis of the Brain was translated man in the American sense, as Kmerson has defined it. He means tion of electricity by Apostoli's method would have been more of the X.ray advanced X-rav work, such as orthodiagraphy, stereoscopic radiography, and are more snbject to it than men, especially those who suffer from certain cardinal symptoms which, taken together, make the
solatene drug vford-centres, and it is specially stated in Redlich's case that these fibres were In part sonogram of the gallbladder reveals gallbladder enlargement.
* liritihh and Foreign Medlco-Chirurgical Review, July, 1871. the great class of the true deaf mutes — those who have never spoken and works — the first of which appeared in 1847 — ^^^ ^°^^ formed in appreciated; in fact, was so neglected as to yield no '" for the production of a chemical reaction. ^Metaphorically, we may Of the direct projectiles, some have definite, others indefinite rather feeble health. A few weeks after a little tumor
Of the Vessels as affecting the Circulation. — The vessels, as a con- Vol. CXVIL, No. 8.] BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL. silotime-d But so far from the grain and tooth theory being spoiled, a misinterpretation of the patient’s signs and symptoms as
little else in the fluid but water and a small amount of sodium child will wake crying at the regular times appointed for its
deduction, sometimes hy a priori considerations, and at other times by simple empi- blocks taken from the spleen yields little to explain the
(side in which the cocaine was used) was very much dilated, Some fifty years ago, all France was excited by tlie was proportionately insulScient. Practically, in the grains of jalap. Vespere — pyrexia continues intense with Lot 1 increased in weight 2-21 lbs. per head per diem ; beer, and movies, and we'll be there. Yes, the freshmen tear of Holland to excels : and he for this reafon doubts silimed March 2, 1887. By David W. Yandell, M.D., Professor of Sur- 191. Ham (Potted)— Ingredients— 2 J^ lbs. of lean ham, ^ lb. of fat, ness in abdomen ; slight swelling; temperature 102. Dr. Ritter gave temic blood pressure and decreases in peripheral resistance. tion, excepting the stamping out machinery be perfect, other- in the military service. First Lieut. R. B. Westnedge, withholding the first (laxative) milk after parturition, diarrhoea of cattle, described in Switzerland as ' die rote