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The prospects are that this will be one among the Cazeaux and Tarnier's obstetrics. P. Blakiston, Son
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amount of blood effused, the site of its effusion, and the manner of its disposal. If the
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side of the pons varolii and down to the lateral column of the spinal cord. The site of the
effusion has much to do with its after-effects. Cerebral Hemorrhage.
If it has occurred into the sensory portion of The popular notion that it is the third attack the brain, sensation may be more readily re esof apoplexy that kills is erroneous, though, of tablished than when it has happened into the course, people are apt to die in it as well as in motor portion. Hemorrhage into the thalathe first, or second, or fourth for the matter of mus opticus is usually less grave than into the that; but in a large number of cases, the corpus striatum ; and paralysis of the right side first attack is fatal. Those who survive several of the body is more serious than of the left, attacks are so enfeebled that they are left but for it almost invaribly impairs the speech. wrecks of their former selves. Through ad Moreover, the left side of the body more easily vancing atrophy of the brain and its cortical regains its use that the right.
. substance, their mental and physical faculties Expectant treatment is of little avail. The become more and more blanted ; senile maras- timely use of ergot, to arrest the formation of mus is established; and their vitality and / aneurisms; the administration of phosphorus, powers of resistance are so enfeebled that a to improve the nutrition of the impaired nerveslight cause, such as bronchial or intestinal ca- cells; and galvanism and faradization for the tarrh, may terminate their existence. Under purposes of stimulation, are the principal the most favorable circumstances, they seldom means at our disposal, to combat the results of regain the entire use of their faculties; for the cerebral hemorrhage.-Louis LEWIS, M. D. effused blood inevitably destroys a number of nerve-cells, and these lost cells will only be re
"New" Diseases. placed by connective tissue. The loss of Pelvic hematocele was first pointed out and function thus involved will depend "on the described by Néla:on thirty-nine years ago
fore then no work, not even among those de- or services were placed entirely at the disposal voted to the diseases of women, makes the least of any and every one who asked for them, reference to the existence of such an affection ; without regard to their ability or intention of now it is fully described, commented upon, paying. and its treatment distinctly defined. Exopthalmic goitre, or “Graves' disease,” was un
INDEX OF DISEASES. known until described by Demours seventy-one
(In this index the diseases are taken alphabetically, and
prescriptions embodying the latest and best treatment for years ago; there was absolutely no written de- each disease are given. The index will be continued from
month to month until the catalogue of diseases is exhausted scription of it in any language, though the
Began in March number, 1886.-L. L.] symptoms are more obvious and characteristic
Spermatorrhea. and constant than those of most other diseases.
Cold affusion to scrotum. Steel sound. Cold douche Are these diseases of modern life” due to a to perineum. Spinal ice-bag. Electricity. Small
blisters to perineum. new and unusual “modus vivendi,” or did they exist long ago, and yet escape the notice
B Ext. belladonna..
gr. of all medical observers ?
For one pill. Every night.
Ext, hyoscyami ää .....gr. v he has not the opportunity and privilege of ex- Divide into two pills. To be taken at bedtimo. amining into the prospects of certain financial reward as a merchant or mechanic has when he B Inf. digitalis, one teaspoonful three times
day, and two doses at bedtime. is asked to extend credit for goods or work. He must go and do the best he can, and retain
B Ext. cimicifugæ. the case to its close, or he will at once arouse
..dr. j Syr. tolútani.
dr. ix the indignation of the community at his so
One teaspoonful three times a day. called heartlessness, and thus lose the patronage of many who are willing to pay their bills.
B Tinct. cantharidis.....
.dr. iss In view of this fact, would it not be well if
Tinct. ferri perchloridi.
Acid. phosph. dil.. physicians' accounts were made an exception
Aq. dest. ad.....
.oz. viij in the laws of those States which allow the Two tablespoonsuls three times a day. exemption of a certain amount of property from attachment for debt? This will work no
Ext. nucis vomicæ. hardship to any one, for all the physician wants Ext. gentianæ..
.dr. iss is his reward from those who can pay if they Divide into twenty pills. One night and morning. try; he is generally willing to do cheerfully the worthy charity practice which properly falls
B Ext. belladonnæ.
Zinci sulphat... to his lot.
One pill, three times a day. The family may do without the new clothing or furniture until they are able to pay the cash R Potass. bromidi..
..oz. j for it if the merchant refuses credit; but when
One teaspoonful night and morning. the physician is wanted he is wanted right away, and there is no opportunity of putting R Ferri arseniatis.. the transaction on a proper business basis.
...A. dr. ss Every application for his services becomes an
Divide into thirty pills. One night and morning. absolute demand.
B Strychniæ sulphat...
gr. j Let every reader urge the importance of this
...02. SS subject upon the member of the Legislature
Tinct. ferri perchlor...
...Oz. SS Glycerini......
..oz. iv from his district. If any one should object to
Half a teaspoonsul in a wineglass of water every ofur it, ask him how he would view it if his goods hours.
gr. * .gr. iss
B Syr. ferri iodidi.
oz, ij One tablespoonful in water three times a day.
B Potass. iodidi
.oz. vj Two tablespoonfuls three times a day in syphilis of brain.
.. partes equales
B Zinci sulphat....
Tinct. lavand, co..
Aq. dest.... Dressing for initial lesion.
.gr. ij ..m. V ..oz. j
R Potass. chlorat
.dr. išs Acid, nit, dil
.dr. iss Decoct. cinchonæ ad.
oz. vj Two tablespoonsuls three times a day in salivation.
R Sig. soda chlorinatæ
Aq. dest. ad.....
.. partes equales.
Hydrarg, perchloridi, gr. Do in 15 minims of water, injected under the scapula, once daily.
(SYPHILIS CONTINUED NEXT MONTH.)