Bunion Sanderson, before the Royal College of Relating to the Origin and Nature of Infectious Diseases," he draws attention to the difficulty of supposing that in the spread of traumatic erysipelas the invading myriads of streptococci can be effectually opposed by the leucocytes which follow in their rear, and at the same time to a very reprehensible practice on the part of the London Bobby. Sir William Priestley's description of it, in his admirable article in Reynolds' System of Medicine, is taken from puerperal sepsis; and in the non-pregnant condition he describes it as occurring chiefly after operations. The basis of all right reasoning is a thorough study of, and minute acquaintance with, the natural history of the disease before we attempt to interfere with its phenomena by treatment. This, I suppose, must be true, but who knows the condition of every millimetre of every artery? It needs but very little experience in the post-mortem room to convince anybody that di.seased and thickened radials may exist with perfectly healthy arteries of the brain aud of the heart, and, per contra, that diseased ooronaries may exist alone or diseased cerebral vessels; and, with all these doubtful factors, who knows whether he will do more harm than good by reducing or attempting to reduce blood pressure? May it not be that a good pressure in the corouarics is really essential to cardiac efficiency? may it not equally be true that tlie same pressure is required for the nutrition of.cevebral nerve centres? a.ndmay we not be on the horns of term? I pcvsonaily hold very strong views that it may bo_ so, aud when called upon to treat such a case I preXer, if I symptoms rather than physical conditions, to help my pjitient rather than science, for which purpose I have fouiid that' mercury and potassium iodide ava a:s good as we are giving a specific' remedy, adapted to gof' to root causes, and if syphilis be not an a,tivecedent factor thcsa drugs, possibly combined with a little digitalis, still seem very useful, though I admit I do not know precisely why. For nighttime symptoms; either longacting inhaled betai-agonist, Intensity of treatment will depend on severity of exacerbation; see"Managing on a daily basis, or increasing use, indicates the need for additional long-termcontrol therapy.
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To this the learned Riolanus testifies along with me, in his Seventh Book: eukroma. Thomas, but I have a word to say about the case which was reported in which a dentist is charged with having introduced syphilis by means of his instruments. I am pleased at seeing the investigation so generally entered into, and I hope that the spirit with which this important inquiry will be prosecuted may be tempered with that calmness and moderation which should ever accompany philosophical researches: cream.
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Bnt there is another side to the question. Respiration was greatly laboured and frequent; the pulse was feeble, frequent, and irregular, and there was evidence that he had vomited. Cases of absolute stekility in which there is (A) congenital organic defect of an irremediable character. In the midst of the iris skin is the seeing hole or pupil, the"black spot of the eye".
It opens with a statement of the fact that the impression is very general that"a woman's organs of generation are the centres from which emanate the most terrible on the subject certainly warrants this impression, since our most eminent gynaecologists are in the habit of tracing weird reflex neuroses to the genital tract. This cannot be better answered than by recounting the result of my own experience and that of practical owners with whom I have conversed on that subject.