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The two extremities are like an open spoon; zum its length nearly tiiat of A to B. Congenital club-foot is often bilateral, and Whether the case be congenital or paralytic, the usual deformities found in the typical club-foot are threefold: first, the flexion of the foot, that is, the equinus; second, the inward twisting and adduction of the foot at the ankle, or the varus, causing the foot to point inwards and its sole to face inwards and upwards; and finally, a very important deformity due to the con Read before the Clinical and Pathological Section of the Academy of Medicine of traction of the plantar fascia, namely, a bending of the foot at the mediotarsal joint, so that you will find in the untreated effects case a fold in the skin representing the bend of that joint.

This Society having done me the honour to read in May last, a paper on the comparative infrequency of stone cases among seafaring people, I have since that period, at the request of the President and some members of the Council, made more minute inquiry throughout the medical department of the service, whether any seamen or marines had ever been invahded at the great medical establishments labouring under calculous affection; and the general reply officially returned was, that no records were preserved of the diseases for which seamen had been invalided; but the surgeons positively assert, that no instance had occurred at the royal hospitals of patients so affected being invalided previously to having undergone The period of the recess afforded me, also, the favourable opportunity of extending my researches jects for survey be i)attents in tb.e hospital, or are brought on shore from ships in port; and the principal medical otficers of to every seaport town in the kingdom where public hospitals or dispensaries had been established, and from which I could derive information by epistolary correspondence or personal application; and I embrace this opportunity to acknowledge high publicly the very liberal and polite attention paid to my letters by gentlemen to whom I am personally the testimony of gentlemen of the highest professional character can vouch to the fact; and indeed, I presume the general result of this inquiry will now be deemed to have been satisfactorily I shall, therefore, without farther comment, briefly lay before the Society the substance of the different communications received on the occasion. From the obvious change in the figure of some of its longitudinal canals it appears, that subsequent to the injury, the circulation and other functions of the membranes within the canals had Having now completed the series of comparative examinations, I shall next state what I have observed as to the structure of callus, in the human An instance of fractured "paris" femur, mentioned in my Observations in Surgery, furnished a favourable opportunity for inquiry, the history of the case being knownt. Whatever amount of knowledge has been gained of the proper course to be pursued in the management of gunshot injuries individually, it will all be of little avail in practice, especially when this practice has to be conducted on sinequanone a large scale, if the surgeons have not at their disposal suitable articles for the due protection and treatment, as well as for the care and nursing of their patients.

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