New York Hospital, Out-Patient Department, and
A'anderbilt Clinic yielding but comparatively few
cases of gonococcus vaginitis ; and also Dr. Ira S.
Wile, clinical pathologist to the Children's Depart-
ment, Vanderbilt Clinic, for his painstaking care in
the microscopical examination of the specimens sub-
mitted to buy benoquin cream him in connection with these cases.
In conclusion, I wish to emphasize the following
1. The benoquin online great need for early diagnosis and treat-
2. The necessity for frequent douching with
large quantities of the solution.
3. benoquin cream 20 The nonuse of absorbent cotton as a dressing
for the parts.
4. The need for care and gentleness in the treat-
5. That a case should not be considered as cured
until not only the discharge has stopped, but it is no
longer possible to find the gonococcus in the vaginal
6. The need of impressing the mother with the
serious nature of the disease and the necessity for
treatment until benoquin monobenzone cream the gonococci have entirely disap-
7. The greater dissemination of knowledge
among those men and women who sufTer from gon-
orrhoea, as to its infectiousness to others, and its .
power to do, at times, great harm, at a period re-
mote benoquin cream from the time of primary infection when the
disease remains uncured.
8. The great necessity for care in keeping cases
of gonococcus vaginitis benoquin 20 out of the day nurseries benoquin price and
babies' hospitals, because of the epidemic character
which it assumes among the inmates once it has
gained a foothold.
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HAUBOLD: TUBERCULOSIS OF THE APPENDIX VERMIFORMIS.
TUBERCULOSIS OF THE monobenzone benoquin APPENDIX VER-
MIFORMIS, WITH REPORT OF A CASE.
By H. a. HAUBOLD, M. D.,
CLINICAL PROFESSOR IN SURGERY, NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
AND BELLEVUE HOSPITAL MEDICAL COLLEGE;
SURGEON TO HARLEM HOSPITAL, ETC.
Tlie question of the port of entrance of tuber-
culous infection and the route benoquin cream for sale by which the tubercle
bacilH gain access to the more remote portions of
the body has been widely discussed. Bone tuber-
culosis is now quite generally regarded as embolic
and secondary to some forms of tuberculosis in an
organ readily accessible to invasion from the outside
and so it is with solitary tubercle in the brain and
tuberculosis in other parts, organs and tissues.
llow'evcr, it is contended by a not inconsiderable
number of observers that primary intestinal tuber-
culosis occurs quite frequently and indeed the writer
has seen one case in which tuberculous adenitis was
restricted to a single chain benoquin vitiligo of mesenteric glands and
no ulceration was present in the ilium in the buy benoquin area
drained by the involved nodes. In this case the
glands were removed by casliotomy, the ])alieiU mak-
ing an uneventful recovery.
Although tuberculosis of the intestine occurs late
in the course of pulmonar}' tuberculosis, involve-
ment of the crecum buy benoquin online is not so frequently seen : how-
ever, in 1835, Dupau reported a case of tuberculosis
of the caecum with perforation and peritonitis ; in
1843 '^O" ^'aly and in 1844 von P.odard gave a cnm-
plete description of tuberculous typhilitis. In 185 1
Albers slated that perforation of the appendix ver-
miformis did result from tuberculous ulceration, and
in 1859 Leudet verified the fact. (These historical
references are taken from an Inaugural Dissertation
by Rudolph Bom, Berlin, 1897.)
Kelly, of Baltimore, has collected six cases of ap-
Ijarently primary tuberculosis of the appendix, all
•of which seem to have done better than my patient.
In four, definite claim for complete recovery after