The Medical Colleges have issued their catalogues, and value it is interesting to see how much these differ in the size and strength of the different Faculties announced. If we accept Whitehead's views in regard to the pathology of pile, and believe that the whole venous plexus surrounding the anus and the lower end of the rectum, is in a pathological condition in every case of can haemorrhoids, even though there may be present only one ar two isolated tumors; then, of course, the complete removal of this area is indicated. And so large an instrument as a dilator itself can beinsertedwithinthecanal.it is against reason that the proper com- stretch the uterine canal until an audi-, ble snap is heard (canada). This is the substance to which we referred some price time ago in this journal in a short item. The advocates oi catgut report their Buooeaaea, the opponents their failures: the old silk and zoloft metallic ligatures command the respect of all, but a material which will not interfere with primary union, nor require removal, is undoubtedly a great desideratum. As a result, "how" we have less shock, if, indeed, any; no suppression of urine; no haemorrhage from the urinary organs; and slight, if any, urine fever, socalled. To say that putting an article cannot do after taxing all the vitality that is tributary to it, and to do this with the object of strengthening and giving tone to the stomach and system, is about as ridiculous a contradiction as is conceivable." Is 50 it not time that physicians should speak out and tell the world that when they prescribe alcohol they neither expect the stomach to digest, assimilate nor subjugate it? Is it not strange that educated, intelligent men do not know that the object of digestion is to prepare food for absorption into the circulation? That the reason why alcohol is not digested is because it does not need to be digested any more than does water? That properly diluted it is always in a condition to be absorbed? This fact that alcohol mixed with water enters the circulation promptly without having to be digested, is one of the advantages in using it in protracted cases of sickness when the hydro-carbons, so much needed to prevent the waste of the system, cannot be digested. Every effort was made to save the child's life, but it to die d of the haemorrhage. Grosvenor of Manchester in the State of Massachusetts, a qualified therefor, do, in testimony of our approbation We the Subscribers certify that Messrs at G.
There is no doubt that the shock to the nervous system of a prolonged and severe labor is every now and then fatal: hcl. Twenty-five extra copies will be furnished free to the author of each Illustrations will be furnished free when drawings accompany the Contributors desiring reprints can obtain them on favorable terms by applying to street the publisher immediately after their articles have been Secretaries of societies will confer a favor by keeping us informed as to the time and place of meeting of their respective associations. Hence laborers prefer pork and bacon, because, with this food, they mg are able to remain longer at work without being Porkisan article of food that should be ecOen onfy ly those who have strong constitutionSj and work hard in the open air. The breakfasts are particularly troublesome to dispose of, and hence the popularity of morning bitters to stimulate the appetite; high but generally these after a while lead to positive morning nausea and vomiting. Therefore it becomes essential not only to become familiar with the speculum, the rhinoscopic mirror, the tuning fork and catheter, and Politzer air bag, but also to detect the diseases of the nares and nasopharynx, their inflammation and obstructive lesions,and to accomplish their removal (online). Disease of get the hones may produce curvature. Meeting may appoint a Secretary pro Tempore, to be duly qualified, who shall discharge the various parts 150 of his duty to the Secretarv of the Society to be bv him recorded. If a spot, bare of vegetation and with a white surface, must be used for habitation, some good result may be obtained by coloring the houses pale-blue or green."" The amount of dust given off from soils is not a matter of slight moment." With regard to permeability, no soil is better capable of fulfilling this requirement than that of Florida, as such is the predominating and sometimes the only ingredient in the localities where invalids congregate, although it is not fair always to judge the soil of Florida any more than the other constituents of climate by in the State, is covered with a sod of green grass, for which dust is no mean advantage to invalids suffering from lung or throat difficulties or weak generic eyes. The splanchnic circulation, under these circumstances, may, to a certain extent, be supported by bandaging the legs and abdomen and for elevating the foot of the bed. By of i he American Medical Association, etc: effects. The popular opinion that warts may be propagated by the blood, which they sometimes discharge when rubbed or roughly in many buy cases they increase in size, become troublesome, and require to be removed. This soon changes, and the disk becomes too white, the arteries being lessened in calibre until at last all traces of the 100 arteries disappear, and the disk is very white.
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