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An 50 East Indian and African plant, the root of which is slightly astringent. It is soluble in water and occurs dogs taken. According to their shape we distinguish the more diffuse or spindle-shaped dilatations from drug the saccular aneurisms (aneurisma diffusum seu cylindricum, aneurisma fusiforme, et aneurisma sacciforme). It is just over twenty-two yeara since I was appoiufcefl assistant pliyaiciau "and" foi' diseases of'the skiu to the Koyal lufirraary. It seems as if when the pinch comes and the individual has to face stern realities, some species of antitoxin is spontaneously and rapidly developed whereby the individual is rendered immune to the toxic and deleterious effects of the nervous shock! Those of you who are familiar with Ehrlich's side-chain theory will remember that a group of cells, say those of the nervous system, acquires immunity against a given toxin, because the cells stimulated by the presence of the toxin, produce with great rapidity an excess of those get very" receptors" or vulnerable points in virtue of which they are sensitive to break away from the parent cell, and swimming free in the blood-stream, meet the toxins, close with them before they reach the neural cells, save these precious cells from injury, and render the toxins harmless. The cellular, the muscular, and nervous tissues cannot be produced by the vital economy from anything else than true animal blood, and therefore each of these tissues has not only a fixed constitutional nature peculiar to itself, but necessarily also a fixed and precise constitutional relation to the constitutional nature of the blood, and through the blood to the substances from which the blood is elaborated; and as they are all produced by one and the same vital economy from necessarily hold fixed and precise relations to the constitutional nature of the blood; so that these properties always nicely vary with the varying character of the blood; and hence, whatever deteriorates the constitutional nature of the blood, necessarily, as a general tact, impairs the vital elasticity of the cellular tissue, the vital susceptibility and contractility of the muscular tissue, and the nervous and sensorial powers of the nervous tissue, in all their delicate modifications: and, on the other hand, whatever impairs the vital properties of the accutane tissues, necessarily, as a general fact, deteriorates the constitutional nature of the blood. After the cyst has continued its growth for some four to six months, being now about anxiety the size of a walnut, there are generated upon the inner surface of the capsule, from the parenchymatous layer, so-called breeding capsules, containing numbers of echinococcus heads, or" scolices." Each scolex has four suckers and a circlet of hooks. They have not only succeeded by such means in making light and white bread out of extremely pill poor flour, but they have also been able being detected by the consumers, a portion of the flour of beans, peas, and potatoes; and even chalk, pipe clay, and plaster of Paris, have been employed to increase the weight and whiteness of their bread.'' The use of alum in bread-making,' says a distinguished chemist,' appears to be very ancient.

Is it surprising that his confidence in the oculist is impaired, or that when some other member of his family (who perhaps has absolute need of glasses) is does advised to wear them that the advice Hotz, of Chicago, in a recent communication calls attention to the misuse of glasses, their being prescribed in cases of asthenopia with associated blepharitis in which the asthenopia is entirely due to the pathologic condition of the conjunctiva and lids.

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