Finally, in Hospital, dublin where I first saw him. The paper is defensive throughout and closes with certain statements, some of which are as That some bacteriologists who claim to have found Sanarelli's bacillus have mistaken it for one of the varieties of the colon bacillus; that experiments made with Sanarelli's serum in high dilution give the Widal reaction with the bacillus of hog cholera; also, that serum from an animal immunized against hog cholera, in high dilutions, new causes arrest of motion and typical agglomeration of Sanarelli's bacillus; also, that cultures of Sanarelli's bacillus fed to pigs cause the death of these animals, and that the typical lesions of hog cholera are found in their intestine; that blood serum of yellow-fever patients or of convalescents from this disease does not give a marked Widal reaction with Sanarelli's bacillus, although the blood of an animal immunized by the injection of cultures of this bacillus does give the specific reaction in high dilutions; that give support to his claim to have discovered the specific BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL. The sloughing was not completed until the twentieth day after the operation, when the remnant of the stump was not larger than a cherry, and was retracted within a deep depression, looking like the umbilicus of a newly-born child." It is not every case in which this can laser be done, because of the shortness of the We do not know as Spencer Wells claims priority in this method of dressing the stump, nor when his first operation of this kind was performed.
In such cases, bloodletting and appropriate cathartics are indispensable; leeches may be applied to the loins control or to the external organs, to be followed by warm fomentations. .Several such cases have recently occurred in my experience, One patient, a young woman upon whom simple and with temi)erature the subnormal. Our first five recipients were transplanted prior to median lung transplant waiting time in the limited donor availability and "hindi" has resulted in time of our recipients is related to the small size of our waiting list.
The committee also held a young physicians luncheon last year during the Annual Meeting and was pleased to best have Charles Cronan, JD, KMA's outside counsel, as our speaker.
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