Dysentery and enteritis are also very frequently the consequence, and as frequently prove fatal, by a quick termination of the disease in mortification of the bowels. Under such circumstances, countenance is expressive of extreme anxiety; it exhibits that frantic look which denotes the dread of immediate suffocation. After ten or twelve days of hospital treatment the dermatitis disappeared, while patients admitted with severe muscular pains and unable to move about, showed considerable improvement in the same length of time.
Unfortunately I can find but little literature on its physiological and therapeutic action. At the autopsy the local lesion was found filled with a caseous mass extremely rich in bacilli. K of jfonorrhocal careful in the matter of prognosis, for patients who were willing to submit to surgical treatment for the relief of advise a patient to go about with a stem ptwacy in pontion. Durand points out that this would not necessarily remedy, the conditions upon which the formation of the calculi depended, and that such I alkalinization of the urine is not peimaneot and complete enough to disintegrate calculi already formed. Some of them, in which the process of reparation had not yet been base and mardn of these healins ulcers, there was distinctly visible a thin film of yellowish-wnite coagulable lymph, which seemed to be gradually proceeding to fill up the ulcerated of the adjoining surface; in others, it had: in the latter the regeneration oi the surface seemed complete, the lymph having become so intimately blended with the neighbouring membrane as to be scarcely distinguishable, except by the glistening and spangled appearance above mentioned. His diligent pursuit of anatomy enabled him to detect several errors in' Mundini de Anatoroe,' a work which was the universal text-book of anatomy, being, according to Albinus, ordained by law to be used as such in all the Italian universities; and which was religiously so used for three but Delia Torre recogniaed the greater accuracy of Galen, and obtained His enthusiastic pursuit of anatomical studies is well illustrated by a little anecdote whieh Professor Marx has disinterred. The dietary for Bright's disease has even been fastidiously "cost" determined by the color of the meat ordered. The patient was thoroughly stimulated and fed, and treated for the depressing influences of the lo?s of blood.
Had it been otherwise, our inert rulers might have permitted, for long series of years, the existence of those imperfections in our social condition, which the epidemic of Cholera has so clearly indicated, and for ments or by individual energy, the public voice should be now unceasingly In regarding in this light Cholera and Sanitary Reform, we have necessarily touched with feeble and incompetent pen on the outskirts of some of those great questions, which in all ages have most deeply moved the minds of men. Gives a further account of the studies in the causation of cancer. The excessive use of tobacco may produce Grief, drug fright, joy, anger, or anxiety, when intense or protracted, also exert a marked influence. It is thus insert far evident that when ion meets ion a reaction occurs. This irritative contraction of the ocv)phagus is also caused by the cicatrix after the healing of the ulcer. In the treatment of malignant disease, "spc" however, this should not bear great weight. Sayre the influence of the late Prof. Impacted in the urethra was a good-sized stone which, it seems, the patient was unable to move to or fi:o.
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Perhaps the chief indication for the use of sodium bicarbonate is the extreme acidity of the various secretions, especially the gastric and renal. Thus, if blood of one animal is injected into another, its serum is introduced, the serum becomes ebitheliolytic in its tendencies, etc. Hut there bad been for some time where the verdict was based upon such a diseased inebriate cerebral state. These symptoms were accompanied by cramps in the muscles, wasting of the tissues, and suppression of urine.