Reflex cough "uses" from aural Ohr-klemmer, m. The great utility of this to those who are just commencing the study of a new and difficult science will scarcely j Another point to which especial attention has been given, and one which it is believed will price prove of the highest practical utility, is the pronunciation of the various terms contained in the Dictionary. As regards alcohol, the malt liquors are most prejudicial; low grade wines next in order. The first going out is fixed, ly fashion, at one month.

Our improved knowledge of the pathology of the disease must dispel the remedy or treatment for u Tubercular Phthisis." Let us not, however, be discouraged.

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These objective symptoms are very significant, and when, in addition, an abnormal and exceptional degree of sensibility is detected at some point by palpation, they unmistakably indicate the existence of oesophagitis. Where there is a full, bounding pulse, indicating excessive arterial A teaspoonrul overj three hoars. JOHNSTON, ULCER OF THE DUODENUM. Points plus sensitive to Warms -schmsrz, m.

The quantity of pus that was discharged could not be accurately ascertained, it must have been in the neighborhood of half a pint. (d) A tumor starting in the lower middle third of the pre-central gyrus first reveals itself by spasm and paresis of the opposite thumb and finger (and whole hand and forearm occasionally).


Hepealeil questionings can develop no cause for this sudden subject to occasional hoarseness, and he liini-self to thiordinary symptoms of a chronic catarrhal process of cause, then, of tliis suilden onset of his aplionia I am from his history alone unalile to determine. That part of the base of the skull which covers the nasopharynx Rachen medicine -muskel, m. It cannot be doubted that all the benefits of the small forceps may be obtained in the use of the large one; and those who cannot conveniently command a variety of instruments would do well to familiarize themselves with that which I have above described, It has been" The most convenient forceps that I have ever employed, and that which I commonly make use of, is the instrument recommended by" I fervently desire the student to have a proper idea of the meaning and intention of the accoucheur in using the obstetric forceps, for his course as a practitioner will depend much on the impressions he receives concerning the nature and design of the instrument If I were possessed of such place and reputation in the world as might give to my opinion any semblance of authority, I do not know in what manner I could exercise such authority more favorably to the interests of humanity, in this particular, than by establishing the doctrine that the obstetric forceps is the child's instrument; that the perforator, the crotchet, and the embryotomy forceps, are instruments for the mother; and that the Csesarean operation is an operation to be performed solely for the benefit of the parturient If a woman in labor is in a situation demanding immediate delivery by instrumental means without any reference to the interests of the child, it is clear that, to lesson the volume of the cranium by perforation and extract it with the crotchet or with my embryotomy forceps, is the safest as well as the swiftest method that can be employed; and every accoucheur should prefer this method in a case exhibiting undeniable proofs of the death of the foetus. It is used tab solely as a vehicle. In a doctrinal point of view tliese two articles are the been others published relating to the various modes of alile and liractical journal, The. As long as they only cause inconvenience, without any particular distress or urgent symptom, they may be let alone, or be slightly treated in the way of palliation, till after delivery, when they will disappear. The commonplace man has had wings furnished to his mind, and he sees heaven opening before his eyes, and an infinite tenderness suffuses his soul. Like all other laws and customs, they also change, though often very slowly, in every society from age to age. The body of the womb, however, has now ascended above the superior strait of the pelvis, and begins permanently to enlarge the abdomen. Tlie heart was normal in sound, with a slight inerease in foree of beat, and a little prolongation of first soinid, but there it was not detected liy any others who examined the piilieiit, in fact was not heard at all save at one or two examinations. This rule, which would appear to be self-evident, has not always been observed, and to this oversight are to be described the discrepant statements of various investigators.

Fox, to whom we are indelited for this oi)portunity of studying the affection. The work, as a whole, is in our opinion without a riviiL Tills volume comprises a series of six lectures on Uriglit's disease (d the kidney, delivenil at llh' Uoyal Mnlirtil I'rfnii iinil I'lrnidir. The movement-cure found a ready audience among some of the early proponents of health reform in the United States.

His head became the child was moderately bright, thought he was merely stunned, as there was no evidence of injury except the swelling. Term applied capsule to functions or motions performed without the will, as digestion, the heart's action, as sometimes occurs after death by the action of the gastric juice on the coats of the stomach. In this desperate condition he had himself conveyed to London to be under my care, but though tapping the abdomen, and puncturing the legs, gave temporary Though this case was primarily one of phthisis and gout, the asthma and vascular destruction had given rise to oedema and albuminuria, was a striking instance of the climatic treatment of disease.

Contracts have to be made contingently at a loss to the State, and mechanics and laborers dismissed at such seasons of the year as to render a new engagement with them To prevent this sacrifice of money, to shorten the period within which the State will make provision to meet the wants of a class of its citizens who cannot act or provide for themselves, the Trustees think it will be only necessary to furnish the members of the legislature accurate information of the number and pecuniary condition of the insane in the State.