Za - but apart from such local and invidious distinctions, as far as refers to general principles and facts, the work is one which must be universally useful, and on this ground we say to our Medical Officers of Health, and Sanitary Inspectors, add it at once to your works of reference. Your petitionei'S have many other objections to the principles and details of the BiU on general grounds; but they have purposely here confined their observ.ations to the relation of the BUI to their own CoUege; and they have again to pray that, in a matter of such vital importance to old chartered rights and the public good, youi' honourable House may be pleased, before proceeding with further progress of the BUI, to take such steps as may be necessary for the issuing of a Roj al commission, or for inquiry in any other way into the various mattci-s with which the present BiU purposes to deal: redefine.
The colour of dividend it was a dark brown, almost black. The anatomy of the male organs is cursorily described; and then synonym we are introduced to the operations practised upon them. It begins"with hyperajmia, hence its subjective name, erythematosus; is very slow iu its progress, lasting many months and even years, and is apt to fix international itself upon the nose, upon the checks, or upon the head; and is very commonly associated with a similar state of disorder of the fingers. These observations show that the typhoid bacilli are not limited to a parasitic "share" mode of life in the bodies of human patients.
To postpone examination is for to postpone discovery of the cause and effective treatment. He (Dr Thomson) suspected that silk was iu souic way absoi-bed as well as catgut (date).
Rabagliati observes that it is not easy to understand how the above results are to be reconciled with the local theory of pvp origin of the disease, which Mr. The author fluds in identity this tumour giant-cells in considerable abundance, and he looks on them as enlarged and altered epithelial cells. Further, the very small portion of the right membrana tympani seen on examination, together with the appearance of pill the naso-pharyngeal tissues, and the rales heard during auscultation, gave grounds for the belief that their katarrhal state was of comparatively recent origin, probably coincident with, if not caused by, the ac cidental wetting of the garments, as already mentioned. As matters now stood, many things were in danger of being omitted, not lying "class" within the special jurisdiction of any particiUar body. The effects of the belladonna do not wear out, the samequantity always producing the same result, at any interval,, I saw a housemaid, eighteen years old, -with partial capsulolenticular cataracts that almost blinded her when the pupils were in the natural state, but when diluted by a rf solution of extract of belladonna, applied three times a week, she executed her work so efficiently that her employer was unaware of her defect. The memory of words is stored in price the first temporal convolution. The patient's symptoms invariably point to cheap serious lesions in the pelvic frame about the pubic arch and the history itself will give definite information as to the source and type of the factors producing the Second. The abdominal troubles which they are to relieve are not due to serious disease, but probably to intestinal accumulation, which began before the armors strangulation, which would be very slow time, the intestines will empty themselves. Cases by Hilton Fagge, Grisolles, Villemin, and "primary" others are quoted. The present illness began about a week ago with headache, loss of appetite (no).
The womb was again replaced and held by a oracle pessary. Pulse that in the classes ear, however, still predominating. On a pot de chamhre, the and utensil giving way beneath his weight. The President coincided with the view of Dr Cameron, as to the propriety to of operative interferences in a case such as that under discussion. As for the cause of the periodicity, he attributes it to a diminution of irritability of the respiratory centres, which may be induced by troubles of nutrition in the nerve-centres from an insufficient supply of blood, or from blood vitiated by toxic substances, as in infectious diseases; or may arise key from partial inhibition of the centres, either through the sensory nerves connected with them, or Though still a subject of investigation, it is, perhaps, generally admitted that the vagus contains two sets of afferent fibres from the lungs, one inspiratory and one expiratory or inhibitory. The most cannot painful time was before the flow appeared. It was important, he thought, that the government should recognize the fact that every child brought up in the province should be given a liberal with education, sound moral training, and such attention to its physical welfare as would bring it to maturity in possession of the fullest physical perfection possible in that child. Janeway, table of Baltimore, was an event of importance in the annals of the Association.