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Medical and Surgi- cal Report of the Children's Hospital, Boston, 1 869- 1 894. The two latter forms depend generally on special causes, which have to be studied in con- nection with pregnancy and deliver} . Dilated cervix with tupelo and sponge tents, and March 30 removed a fibroid tumor from the uterine cavity. And to quote the "Englishman's Doctor:" "Arc enemies to health and good digestion.
Transactions of the New York State Medical Society, 1863. And in Luke 8: 43, "And a woman hav- ing an' issue of blood twelve years, which had bestowed all her living upon physi- cians, neither could be healed by any." Uterine hemorrhage may occur in the unimpregnated uterus, (lining pregnancy or after delivery or abortion. ' 'Sir Thomas Elyot himself is very certain, in spite of the Cornishmen, that "there be in water causes of divers dis- eases, as of swelling of the spleen and liver." He complains oddly also that "it flitteth and swimmeth," and concludes that "to young men and them that be of hot complexions it doeth less harm, and sometimes it profiteth, but to them that are feeble, old and melancholy it is not convenient." Water is not wholesome cool by itself for an Englishman." was the ver- sion of Andrew Borde — monk, physi- cian, bishop, ambassador and writer on sanitation — as the result of a life's expe- rience.
If physicians have cause to com- plain that they have less to do than formerly, let them carry their complaints before this association. Scarlet Fever Varioloid Varicella Typhoid Fever Deaths. The Maryland Public Health Association will meet in Baltimore May 11 and 12.
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