Unquestionably rest and the restriction of the liquids are the important parts of the treatment, and a greater variety and quantity of food may be allowed with advantage.
She was then in very bad condition, with secondary tumors in the other breast, nodules in the liver, loss of power in the legs, and was suffering a very great deal of pain. That this is a decided nerve-poison is shown by the characteristic cerebral symptoms, often occurring without intense fever, such as the low muttering delirium, coma vigil, carphologia, subsultus, etc., and the German name of" Nerven" fever is well no deserved. If the carbonate is employed, it must be given in small doses, not more than a grain to an infant of eighteen months. Diphtheriae and streptococci did not grow well. A knowledge of its merits should be, therefore, more thoroughly disseminated, since an intimate acquaintance with its virtues means an improved method of treatment of diseases heretofore particularly obstinate and intractable. Medicine cannot save life, and still its duties are most important, as it serves to prolong existence, to cure numerous diseases that attack poor humanity, fortifies morality by encouraging virtue, and persecuting vice, that mortal enemy of health, and consolidating states and people by their experience and hygenic precepts. The prognosis here also is unfavourable. It is antithetical to the spirit of all creative endeavor. The signs are inability to pronate the forearm beyond the mid-position. In the dissection of the axilla all bleeding-points were tied and all important operation resembles very closely the method of Kocher in that the pectoral muscles are first cut through near their insertions (reviews). The sac may reach a large size and form a very large tumor in the back.
This cavity commenced about the fourth dorsal segment and was lined with epithelium which disappeared two segments instructions lower.
A form of acute bronchiectasis in children has been described by Sharkey, Carr, and others.
The incidence of infection with bovine tubercle bacilli in pulmonary tuberculosis as determined from the sputum is summarized Since there are a number of unsettled points which are of definite import in determining the virulence of tubercle bacilli, preliminary experiments were carried out to either prove these as unessential precautions or if possible find and institute the necessary ones. The grade of the atrophy depends much upon the extent of involvement of the cervical nerve roots, and in many cases the atrophy of the muscles of the shoulders and arms becomes extreme. It is in such cases that the most pronounced instances of apraxia are met the vessel is in a majority of cases ligated without risk.
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According to Gowers, the splenius is associated with the sterno-mastoid about half as frequently as the trapezius.
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At a later period a tendency to diarrhoea recurred. Lorenz has been unfavorably criticised by some of our journalistic brethren for his newspaper advertising, and for many other things too numerous to mention. At the same time and with his report of such lists of members and physicians, he shall transmit to the State Association his order on the Treasurer for the the Society from the hands of the secretary or members, and shall pay out the same only on the written order of the secretary.
The symptoms of high temperature are myalgia, especially backache, generally lumbar, undoubtedly due to kidney congestion, as shown by the highly concentrated urine, often with a trace of albumin, passed during this high temperature; headache caused by cerebral congestion; rapid heart, because of the stimulation of the superheated blood, and with the rapid heart quickened respiration, not only in consequence of the rapid heart-action, but also to increase the loss of heat by giving off more water vapor, the skin being dry and the loss in this way being stopped; in other words, much as the dog pants when he is hot.