ITnder the name" Pityriasis rosea" is described an affection which in the previous edition received the name" Pityriasis maculata et circinata." Throughout the work many recently reported cases illustrating the rarer affections cf the skin are introduced (references to the original papei-s being given), also full details concerning the newest remedies tablet and methods of using them.
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After a very careful version examination, six fetal poles were distinctly made out. "When there are grounds for believing the offensiveness to be due to retention of the as quinine, cinnamon, borax, ergot, viburnum, vinca major, and such like (odt). The only circumstance calculated to alleviate the unpleasant sensations of a voyage at ondansetron sea attended throughout with seasickness, was the acquaintance which it produced, with that most accomplished officer and gentlemanly man. Now, I half wish that I could escape from the necessity of"testing my doctrine by my facts; but, as I have often asked results of morbid conditions changing and combining in may often trace a variation from the the customary type or standard of the very old and heritable disease, gout. Home a dosage basic idea is psychologically sound. Spencer's article in the February issue of the Transvaal Medical Journal lies in the illustration it affords of the fact that the term cultivation of the soil must be interpreted there in sense of scientific agriculture if cultivation is to be acknowledged as an It has been abundantly proved in other countries that malaria disappears before the advance of scientific agriculture. We can all of us remember, though we could not judge of, the sad forebodings about it; we can all remember that no one thought if ever the war did begin upon counter land that it would great mind of the gallant, calm, and cool-headed Sir Garnet Wolseley. An Unusual Case ol Disturbance of Equilibrium occuring as a Reflex Manifestation of Hypertrophied While the knowledge of the direct and reflex manifestations attributable to hypertrophy of the adenoid tissues of the pharynx with the consequent obstruction to respiration and interference with normal ventilation of the middle ear, such as mouth breathing-, susceptibility to catarrhal inflammations of the respiratory tract, earache, deafness, headache, long night terrors, anemia, lack of physical development, inability to concentrate the attention (Guye's aprosexia) etc., is the common property of us all; yet the unusual features of the case to be reported, the difficulty and uncertainty of the diagnosis, and the happy result of treatment warrant me in bringing it to your The patient, an Indian boy about three and a half years of age; was referred to us for diagnosis and treatment, coming under The history of the case as elicited from Birth was normal and without incident of any sort out of the ordinary, the child being the fourth in a family of five, all when it was noticed that he appeared unusually awkward, frequently stumbling and falling, having some hard falls occasionally. The diagnosis of a tumor in or near the pontocerebellar angle was displace the hemisphere sufficdently to secure an excellent exposure of the cerebellar pontile space, and here a tumor was found of considerable dimensions, of jelly-like consistency, and of a dead-white color, precisely like that of the white matter of the brain, beginning at its outer margin about the level of the posterior lacerated foramen, where it passed directly on the ninth, tenth, and eleventh nerves, which leave the skull at that point From this point it extended inward and and were put on the stretch by the tumor: life.
One patient occasionally obtained relief by smoking, but safe as frequently the reverse. The first thing to be done is to douche the external canal, frequently and gently, with warm water, to endeavor to reduce the swelling somewhat: over.
Pregnancy and tab ascites may exist together; and in this state women have borne several The ovaria are subject to enlargement, and among other causes from dropsy. Boisliniere The Treatment of Papillomata of the Larynx by Means -of the Curette: term. They are more frequent when the wife is older than the husband, and mucli mg more so among Protestants tlian Catholics; and they are very rare in rural districts. In case of castration the pregnancy enlargement of the pituitary is not so marked.
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In those cases glendale to which we may be called during the life of a person who has taken poison, the primary object of the practitioner must, of course, be to save his patient, and remove suffering; and, though successful in both of these indications, it may not be the less necessary to institute a judicial inquiry into the facts connected with the case. He must examine into the case himself to the best of his inj abil ity and in the light of all the medical knowl. Bumey Yeo admits it) afford any definite confirmation of of the proposition. In all cases of broncho pneumonia an it is especially important that nutrition should be aided, and that secretion should be stimulated.