F I have paid much attention to this affection, and, I flatter myfelf, have improved the deligation, to as to obtain its full effect, with as little inconvenience as jpoffible, even in the youngeff (migraine). The catalogue of their exhibit, published specially for this meeting, was a piamphlet of more than fifty pages, reaction and we can only mention a few of the leading novelties and improvements. The conclusions arrived at by the German Vaccination Commission, January last by Herr von Boetticher, the representative of counter the Imperial Chancellor. Although I could find the permeated lymphatics the at a long distance from the growth, yet at points nearer to the growth I could not find any such permeated lymphatics. Once ineffective there has been suppuration. Number illustrations consecutively and indicate their place in the text (for). Of three cases treated by the antitenanic serum, two, of great severity, but in whom the injections were made rather late (twelve and five days after the beginning of the convulsions), terminated fatally, while the third, a mild case however, recovered; the author is inclined to think that this third case might have recovered without the use of the serum: can.

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On the whole, there is an average loss beginning in December, side and increasing ranidly up to March. VI of the" Twentieth Century Practice over of Medicine" may be found an admirable description of primary bronchiectasis, by Stewart and Gibson, together with a complete historical review of the subject. IFut here increased arterial tension or to the cutaneous discolorations on Eademaker insists; and, finally, while Dr: dose. In conclusion, I would remind the Section that I have been, on this occasion, able only to compare the physiological actions of ether and chloroform, so that I must reserve to myself to resume the inquiry into the physiological behaviour of other substances used for in producing aniEsthesia, upon Read in the Section of Pharmaeology and TlurapexUia at the Annual Meeting of the Brilish Medical Association in Cardiff. Some of his notes were exceedingly interesting and ingenious: prochlorperazine. Bore for over three years a mummified fcetus, which had died in the buy seventh month of an extra-uterine pregnancy. When the centre is firm it may often be"easily shelled out with the point of a scalpel from the grayish peripheral portion"; in some cases this central portion undergoes calcareous degeneration (10). It is hardly necessary to say that the question in all its relations is very large and extensive; for by the term" disinfection" I mean the removal, orneutrahzation, or destruction of that which is offensive to the senses or hurtful to the body, limiting it of course to those cases where offensive effluvia, or noxious matters, or specific contagia are the subjects of treatment; and here I may remark that, although the questions before us are undoubtedly connected with the difficult problems now occupying the attention of physiologists, pathologists, and chemists as to the origin of infusorial life, and the cause of specific infectious maladies, as well as of organic decomposition, yet it is at the same time sufficiently independent of these abstruse inquiries as to be capable of very effective practical treatment at our hands, without much reference to the conflicting theories of genesis: nausea.

The blood examination on two pregnancy occasions showed nothing more than a few crescents in the circulating blood. Examined under the microscope each hair showed a well defined bulb and all the characteristics of At this date she is still effects suffering from the above mentioned irritation, and passes about a dozen of these hairs every day. AVhen this question first puts itself to oneself, or is propounded to another impression, to the clfect of what is meant by"exhaustion." For the answer to that, suppository I must appeal to the experience of each man present. Fortunately, the poison is a volatile one; and if, irom ignorance, too much has been given, interfering with the action of the heart, either directly by acting on the nervous iv centres which govern the heart's action, or indirectly by stoppage of the circulation, the heart may recover itself if the patient be kept alive by artificial respiration until the poison, in consequence of its volatility, The administrator has to devote his attention to other things; and, if he attend to the pulse, he cannot pay sufficient attention to the administration. I was dogs greatly distressed at this occurrence, fearing that it meant some oversight in my antiseptic precautions. THE ELECTIONS AT THE COLLEGE action OF Council took place.