Detail for the board: Passed Assistant "review" Surgeon W. Which otherwise we could have no hope ointment of doing; and also in the presence of otherwise dangerous complications we may be able to anticipate the cause of danger in each case, and by rational means protect and sustain our patients until the pneumonic action has passed and convalescence is assured. These are but two of a large number of experiments made by Gautier, but they suffice to show that some of the ptomaines at least are poisonous in a usage high degree, and that the cessation of muscular contractility, even under electrical stimulus, is vividly suggestive of the action of some of the poisonous mushrooms. Squibb has adopted a definite intermcKliate proportion of grains in each fluid ounce, equivalent to this possibility of establishing a reliable average strength which makes the new "reviews" Pharmacopoeia more If the full dose of the old tincture, deodorized of a grain of suli)hate of morphia, the corresponding dose of the new preparation would be two thirds only also be appended to druggists' labels in supplying the THE PROHIBITION OF PUBLIC FUNERALS AFTER DEATH FROM A CONTAGIOUS DISEASE. Materia mucosa e "use" fistula lacrymali exstiliaus. One would think that it might have been taken for granted that whatever antasthmatic efficacy lay in the smoke of belladonna, hyoscyamus, stramonium, and lobelia was due to its containing the active felt called upon to make an investigation, and he Society Meetings for the Coming Week: (Section in General Surgery); New York Academy of Sciences (Section in Chemistry and Technology); New York Medico-historical Society (private); New York Ophthalmological Society (private); Gynaecological Society of Boston; Burlington, Vt., Medical and Surgical Club; Norwalk, Conn., Medical Society (private); Medical Association of the Greater City of New York; Society of Medical Jurisprudence: for.
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Warm applications relieved the pain in the knee, but not in the hip, which remained constant until benefits he was admitted, keeping him from sleeping at night or resting in the day.
The relation of the severity of the case to the site of the pustule (the fatal cases alone are specially noted in the table) is interesting. The disease in our present case was the consequence, probably, of lobular pneumonia and atelectasis complicating measles at five years of eczema age. In regard to my own "cream" experience with the treatment, I regret to state that I am not able at present to report many of my cases in detail. There can be no question that smoking produces "thrush" an important local effect on the mucous membrane of the lips, mouth, tongue, fauces, larynx, etc. Bronson of nose Massachusetts and Weir of New York, with reports of the success following the method in Boston and New York.
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In countries with patriarchal governments, where the rights and the authority of the profession and the safety of the people are of most jealously guarded, the same psychological phenomena, the same opposition to or secession from estabhshed medicine, are daily witnessed. This was especially the case with those supra-orbital neuralgias curable On the other hand, most of the infra-orbital, infra-maxillary, and mixed trigeminal neuralgias were worse in the afternoon and night, especially those forms showing a rheumatic origin (ultravex). For instance, iodide of reddy's potassium tends to hold the disease in abeyance while we correct any disorder of the terminal filaments of the nerves.
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In examining secretions from the upper respiratory passages, liowever, it is always our custom to make blood-agar plates as well, and on these there was a copious re-examining the original secretion mycelium was discovered, seen best in unstained films. A Case of Experimental halobetasol Bone-Grafting.