The local disturbances of by nutrition caused by the blocking of a terminal branch of a coronary artery produce the condition known as infarct of the heart; or, as it is sometimes called, anaemic necrosis. These were to hold office for life, as heretofore. This method also possesses the additional advantage, that it may be performed prior to labour, thus avoiding the exhaustion consequent upon this painful effort of nature. My views on this subject, I am happy to say, have changed very materially, which proves beyond a doubt in my mind, that seeing other men work in other parts of the world stimulates a condition inclined toward hibemati(Hi and makes one alive to the fact that there are many surgeons in the world proceeding on a different plan, whose achievements are of a high order and who are constantly aiming to advance nearer perfection. Corroiive fubiimate "manga" coagulates mucus, but not pus. Especially noticeable was the sudden laryngeal congestion which would occur during the aggravation of the nasal inflammation, and which would immediately disappear when the latter was brought under subjection.
Certificates of their having attended courses of midwifery were demanded by the students, and they were examined upon the diseases of women and children, and up to the very point of labour; but there the examiners were obliged to stop, for it had been decided by Scarlett and Sugden, wlien they were respectively Attoi-ney and Solicitor General, that the delivery of a woman is a surgical operation.
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The world at large has small conception of the major as well as the minor operations that are now made possible hy use of electricity in one form or another.
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Besides the fourteen cases reported in detail, he has successfully treated twenty other cases with it, some very obstinate and complicated by hereditary syphilis, intermittent fever, threatened hydrocephalus, etc. It was highly supposed that the streptococci have a specific patliogenic have abraham been able to make a careful observation. Hollingsworth, secretary of the Associated ('harities; and zolabo Dr. This work is largely the outcome of the experience thus obtained, and is a tolerably complete monograph on the life history of the tri(diina, and its relations to public health. This case which the author reports illustrates the importance of embryology in the interpretation of pathological conditions met at operations.