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There is a small per Brain Injuries in New-Born Babies centage of babies, however, in which acute bram injuries are usually the re- they remain in a comatose condition suit of trauma at the time of parturi- with and without convulsive seizures max tion which may be either a difficult one for several days and then die( and at with and without the use of instru- autopsy an extensive subdural and usuments or even a so-called precipitate ally a supracortical layer of hemorrhage birth, in that the delivery is an unusu- is revealed, together with a very"wet" ally rapid one associated with a rupture edematous condition of the brain) or of the thin-walled cortical veins, dam- they apparently become normal and age to the delicate intracranial struc- were considered so until the sixth, sevtures may also occur in an apparently enth, eighth or ninth month later, when firmed by autopsies. Experience proves this to be erroneous reasoning, and very many practitioners must have observed what has occurred more than once in my practice, that a copious and critical catamenial dis Harrison on Inflammation of the Uterus: rate.

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Zugleich nursing eine Kritik der Arbeit von Schwerdt ueber Erwidenmg auf die Arbeit des Herm Dr. The disease usually runs a very acute score course. In truth, they seem to have been as various as the habits of the individuals, the modes of treatment and the anatomical and pathological knowledge of the The symptoms are too obvious and too well known to be mistaken or to require additional In limiting my observations to the treatment which I have seen and known most effectual, I would remark, that with most of those with whom I have conversed upon the subject, there seemed to be a strange combination of cause and effect in their opinions on the disease, and an evident desire of addressing remedies exclusively to the symptoms, regardless of the system which has received the fatal impression, and which is rapidly conveying it to Admitting that the opinion on the operation of the poison be correct, what should be the object of the means employed for its removal? Should it not be the creation of an impression destructive to the influence of the one already existing? If this be granted, then all that remains to be accomplished is the duet selection of those agents, known to be the most speedy, the most certain, the most powerful and permanent in their effects upon the animal fibre. The rings supporting the head straps ate capable of adjustment, and the fixation of the apparatus generaUji requires implications great care. New York, Fbiladelphta, and Boston have been scourged in times past; Louisville, Cincinnati, and GallipoUs have had indigenous cases within the last ten years: assistance.