Clare; Xoshir Shapoorji Bhedwar, Bombay; fit Barbados; Ampiittu Thomas Kuriyau, Travancore; Edward Peake Maitland, India; Joseph Henry Bennett, Co. The present author does not think that this is the case, so far as an examination of his two cases tends to show: buster. It is perfectly true that I was summoned to Bedford last week by electric telegraph, and which stated the case was ui'gent'rheumatic fever and affection of the loss heart.' I went to the physician to the Bedford Infirmary and a gentleman in general practice, who was educated at St. Who presented during life a right priceline hemiplegia with hemiatrophy of the face on the same side. Where - intermarriage with a healthy stock gradually diminishes the tendency to insanity in the survivors, and there is besides not only a natural but an artificial tendency to put an end to the heredity from the increasing numbers thereof. Malaria, however, is the principal difficulty", but here the results have also been favorable, the sick list, and he thinks the health conditions are fully as favorable as they would be in similar work in Maryland or THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION By Joseph Morrell and Herman australia E.
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As to the former, "cost" we believe the Government of India are quite as ignorant as the public. Dr - the mind is often affected, and the patient may become stupid or delirious. Others, in a better grade, make i)rovision for their survivors by a life insurance; and, though many among the medical profession may have insured, yet even that provision is left iu peril, should it unhappily occur thatthej I am fully aware of the diflBculty that presents itself to provide sufficiently against fuel both contingencies (sickness and mortality); but the one is so intimately connected with the other, that they should generally be united.
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In almost all of Segrist's cases the clinical notes tell of a temporary loss or dimming of vision, although in none of them, so far as I can learn, was an ophthalmoscopic examination made There is one point which I wish to make before leaving the discussion of this case and which will be emphasized by the histories to follow, and that is that this patient, in spite of his critical injury and its complications, has remained free from all of these troublesome symptoms, weight which, after Oppenheim, we are inclined to group under the term" posttraumatic neuroses," and which are so common a sequel of cranial injuries associated with haemorrhage, provided the skull has not been opened and the greater part of the clot removed. The pro first edition was so we'll received that we can safely predict a important that every book bearing on this subject must be welcome.