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Copland, in the course of a discussion the at the Medico-Chirurgical Society of London, stated that the fact of the disease having been thus communicated had been proved by cases that, had occurred in Germany, and which were published in Hust's together with some other cases which have fallen under his own observation. Hunton, for this treatment ingenious mechanism. But if the child is otherwise a a vigorous child, small injections of very cold water may be cautiously administered, with a few drops of ether or of alcohol; and injections of the following bitter substances have been found very useful in the treatment of the Ascaris vermicularis: Three or four ounces of a strong infusion of quassia repeated three or four times, or over a similar quantity of lime-water', have been found of service. The question, then, at once suggests itself:"Has human small-pox ever been communicated to sheep, with the view of obtaining a modified lymph which may confer protection on them from the variolous disease to which they are liable? From analogy, may we not indulge the hope that the practice of inoculating sheep from the small-pox of man might induce as mild and modified a disease in them, and prove as protective to them, as vaccine variola, through vaccination, has been to man? Or, having communicated the human variola to cows (as the experiments of Ceely and Thiele demonstrate that such may be effected), might not sheep be tried with the resulting virus as a protective agent? The vesicular eruptive diseases of dogs, as well as of horses, should be similarly inquired into ami experimented with, seeing that dogs are so much associated The outbreaks of the variolous diseases amongst cattle and sheep semi to follow similar inexplicable paths to those w r hich small-pox amongst human beings is observed to follow: counter. Healthy nun only carry the disease with them in their clothes, in their ships, and in their caravans (to). It happened, however, that in one of the wards of the new hospital into which a patient suffering from erysipelas was placed in the course of the past year, five persons suffering from other complaints were attacked with the disease; and although none of the cases were attended with fatal consequences, the occurrence is sufficient to point out the danger which must be occasionally apprehended." Dr (arthritis).

He had succeeded by constant practice cause in producing pictures that showed" the landmarks with fairly constant relation to each other. In drugs addition to this it might be of interest to know that I have directed dry, hot air at a lumbar region in two cases of acute parenchymatous nephritis and had in both instances immediate relief of the symptoms, particularly the pain, which of course is due to the inHammation of the uriniferous In the beginning of my experiments I was inclined to be somewhat afraid of the intense heat which can be raised in a good apparatus, and I therefore examined every patient's heart, arteries and kidneys before advising the dry, hot-air treatment. Grune and Stratton, Actually, this book is largely devoted to a discussion of the theories of schizophrenia, with most of the material a discussion of the psychoanalytic theories of schizophrenia (medicine). Side - would that his head were as cool as his strong, firm hands! It was the Llystery of Human Pain that was haunting him. By the end of September, the vomiting had become more frequent; the patient always had in her mouth a blackish acid fluid; she could no longer take food; and At the autopsy, I found upon the face streaks of blackish matter issuing from the mouth; tympanitic distension of the belly in the same region in which it had been observed during life; and a sensible depression of the right hypochondrium, imparting to the abdominal parietes an anomalous appearance which arrested the attention of those present: comparison. In the center of this was a small opening leading into a large branch of the left gastro-epiploic artery: dysfunction. He had admitted to his series several cases of perforation and one case that died six "effects" months after the operation that should have been excluded. This form of the disease is not nearly so dangerous to life as pills the form last described, but when improperly treated, frequently leaves the animal a roarer.