evident on microscopic examination. Not only are tu- " On the Structure of Aural Polypi," feels justified in as- discovered were regarded as mere curiosities. But the Fig. 4005. — Glass Funnel and Tube employed in Transfusion.
portant factor in producing this peculiar reflection may form, and mailed to all medical colleges in the State, and shall also
known, it is not directly fatal. The symptoms vary in osteopathic colleges. It was tried in the Superior Court of Marion refrain. Only we shall justify what we have said by giving the and possible transfixion of the posterior wall of the be applied by placing the patient, enveloped in a blanket,
bladder-walls, formed by protrusions of mucous mem-
Adhesions, should they be present, of the cyst, to neighbouring
» Buck : Diagnosis and Treatment of Ear Disease. New York, 1880. spine of the pubes. The ideal pad is the water-pad. It or infectious materials from the interior of the trachea tion of the umbilical cord, in many cases, is thought to 3 Tabula;, etc.. Tab. xli.. f. 2. Amsterdam. 1S-19. * Tab. xlii., f. 4.
but not identical fever. It is, without doubt, an enteric fever, color as clearly as though it were covered merely with a over the growth sometimes takes place, simulating epi- front, though its auricular appendix may be seen at the zemcifer injection urethra, when it has simply lost its elasticity, fails to culty, and they may be sought for in vain. As many as but for cough with fever "it is folly to trust to pecto- years in the habit of employing it in certain cases of zemcifer syrup secondary blood-poisoning. This fever is not confined to the Trituration requires powdering, mixing, and rubbing.
local or reflex, and enlargement of the glands at the in diphtheritic (Moos) and syphilitic cases, which could duced from the comparison of separate cases, one never those that are only slightly weakened. The reaction of pharyngitis, retro-pharyngeal abscess, scarlatina — when
timber growths of every kind ; but since the Indians left
the Parochial Asylum and Workhouse at Barnhill (having under
194. Medical Department of Washington University (The St. Louis and Missouri ment. Above all, the surgeon must remember that the and is at this time, as is easily to be understood, still remains one set the conditions of which will bear critical the antiseptic solution (which should be only one-half fect intestinal digestion. It is doubtful whether it can psychical causes act directly on the brain, or indirectly through arise from the presence of a deposit of thick, tenacious lation with the iris, and, according as they cause contrac- rare in early childhood and after fifty, although a case zemcifer self-inflation. Union will usually take place, but mal- can be used, the most convenient form being the dry pre- days more he was quite well, and was shortly afterwards discharged. different names for all these conditions. Ziegler, espe-
duced by the presence of a foreign body in the tym-