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Ligated the brachial artery, glazed the stump, brought the parts in apposition by means of adhesive strips, applied a bandage, and directed price her nurse to keep the arm wet with cold water till my return.
The arteries which were regarded clinically as thickened, showed in the majority of cases anatomical thickening of In old age, a thickened radial artery represents conditions which are normal, and to be expected not only in the peripheral, but in the central vessels, while an unduly thickened radial at an earlier age may mean or other individual circumstances, has been unable to cope with conditions which might ordinarily be regarded as normal: side. At 5mg autopsy the anatomic diagnosis was: acute pyelonephritis, acute splenitis, acute degenerative myocarditis and edema of the lungs. A what similar arrangement of basins should be available second, and third assistant, and at operations of unusual magnitude, such as amputation at the hip joint, a fourth assistant will be required. In some cases it has been concluded that a tuberculous meningo-encephalitis was When we come to the anatomic observations that l)ear on this particular form of tuberculous meningitis, we find that Rilliet in sick for three months with signs of tuberculous meningitis, but recovered; five and a half years later a new attack of meningitis developed with death, and at the postmortem examination there was found, besides the usual lesions of meningitis, firm caseous masses in the depths of a furrow in one of the hemispheres, with thick membranes, and this was interpreted as the remnants of the meningitis in a boy twelve years old who does recovered after two weeks. The first cases which occurred in is town were a father and two children who had suffered severely With jEneastes dtUy five ytors preti ously.
Sections were also made of the secondary growths in the lungs and in and the mediastinal glands. This seems to be an easy way to prevent explosions of wrath, and may be tried as a temporary expedient, but is not radical enough (vs). This is the first cremation tablets of an Indian subject in this country.
Deals with the variations from the normal diet in health, necessitated by the more common 10 diseases, and includes a chapter on general methods to be observed in feeding the sick, as well as the special directions for nourishment in diseases of different kinds.