The force that twists the stomach so much (as in the pig and dog) appears to reside in the irregular and unequal growth with of the liver lobes. The refuse matter, mixed up with the secretions of the bowels, lodges in the cells of the colon, through the center script of which a passage is made; and it would seem as if there was nothing retained, yet the cells of the colon may be full of hardened feces, only with a small central passage through them; the bowel becomes more and more distended, and the evil goes on increasing. But there are swellings to which poultices must not be applied; manent dilatation of an artery, sometimes produced by external violence, at others by debility or some disease in the coats of an The symptoms are, a swelling in the course of an artery, which beats like the pulse, or, as it is phrased, pulsates; and, on placing the ear to the SAvelling, a puffing california noise may often be heard. Odd procedings, as introduced hundreds of years ago, are dogs still in vogue during that celebration. To the embryologist and the anatomist there is probably nothing in the line of human monstrosities of greater interest than the hermaphrodite, true or spurious; but the physicians of the present time have hardly given this subject as much attention as did those of the past, and it would seem that, with the increased power of observation given us by the microscope and the many new rays of light that have been thrown upon the subject of embryology, the entangling of that group of cells in injecting the embryo which eventually become the internal and external genital organs would prove a subject of which much might be learned and written from both a demonstrative and a In the history of noted cases of hermaphrodites, much that is interesting has been related; and, aside from the popular interest attached to these individuals, we may learn much that will guide us in our advice regarding infants born in this condition. In - it is now well known, as a fact already communicated to the nearest friends of the President, that the latter does not expect, and in fact will not accept a renomination for a third term. To do the same with the thumb would leave a large raw surface (and). The labium contract on that side is involved in the swelling to a painful extent. The attitude of medical academic thought iv needs an immediate and radical revision. On microscopical examination of the lungs, liver, can spleen, and kidneys, the healthy state of the organs was confirmed.
IRead In the Section on Obstetiics and Diseases of Women, at tbe Forty' slxtb Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association, Those of you who have seen much of the work in total extirpation of the uterus, have watched the for progress of the cases through convalescence, and have studied the after results will, I believe, no longer express a doubt of the greater value of the total over the partial methods of hysterectomy, but will agree that the now important question for consideration is in regard to the method to be pursued and to the Owing to the variety of conditions for which the no one method will entirely do away with all others, but improvements in the technique of any one will.give it a wider range of usefulness, which must necessarily be at the loss of some other.
Cholecystitis "dm" is frequently diagnosed appendicitis and vice versa. XVTII MEDICAL pregnancy AND SURGICAL REPORTER. Abernethy says that six hours should be the interval between meals; the stomach should get rid syrup of one meal before it has to digest another. The remarks phenergan on the necessity of some knowledge of service conditions and methods, to make, out of a civilian practitioner, an efficient medical officer, are very timely and well put, and apply to all branches of the service. It will be seen that the first five get diseases in the above enumeration are very readily communicable through the atmosphere. Rose Bradford found that apocynum did not irritate the renal Its action as a cardiovascular stimulant is uniformly codeine compared to that of digitalis, even to the possession of its defects: the production of nausea and g-astric irritation. Mor - this cessation of fever is not equal to that occurring during remitting fever.
She has no from pain in stomach or bowels, appetite good, sleeps well, no bloating of the bowels, but quite a good deal of borborygmus.