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Related post: dition of the patient at the time of contracting the disease.
Attracted by the strong odor, the fly enters the nostril
when the victim is asleep to drop its living larvaj.
The history of these cases I will give briefly, not at-
tempting to arrange them in Etodolac Tablets chronological order, but giving
first that of which I have most complete Etodolac 300 details.
Case I. — Private Etodolac High 0. D. R., Company C, Eighteenth Infantry,
stationed at Fort Clark, Texas, was taken sick -July 2, 1890,
with pain in tlie head and face, which continued to grow worse
during this Lodine Etodolac and the following day. On July 4th bleeding from
tlie nose commenced, and maggots were discovered in the Etodolac 400 right
nostril. Treatment by removal of the larvse with forceps and
syringing with solutions of carbolic and cressylic acids and
spraying with earbolized vaseliue was vigorously but unavail-
ingly employed, Etodolac 400 Mg and the man died on July 9th. At the autopsy
a great number of maggots were found in the posterior nares
and nasopharynx, some being free in these cavities and moving
a'tively about, and others imbedded in the tissues. The bony
wall of the nasal cavities was denuded of Etodolac Er mucous membrane in
some places, in other places the membrane was swollen, and
in still others broken down and gangrenous. This man at the
time of contracting his last illness was suffering from an ex-
ceedingly otfensive ozsena, which, in the words of the record of
his case, made him ''a nuisance in the company."
Case IT. — Private J. B., Etodolac 400mg Troop D, Eighth Cavalry, admitted
to hospital at Fort Clark, Texas, April 27, 1884, with neuralgia
of left side of face and epistaxis. Committed suicide at 8.45
p. M. of the same day. " Screw worms " were found in the
left nostril and left antrum.
It is perhaps worthy of remark that there is a tradition in
the garrison that any one becoming the subject of this disease
would better kill himself at once.
Case III. — Mr. R. P. P., a civilian, who was suffering from
catarrh and had come to Texas for his health, became the sub-
ject of maggots in the nose while living on a ranch some miles
from Fort Clark. He was brought to the post and admitted to
hospital May 27, 1884, and discharged June 14th. I have been
unable to Etodolac 500 Mg find any details of treatment.
Of the four other cases I have been able to gather but
meager details. All proved fatal. One was a solder of the
I'ourth Cavalry, who contracted the disease while on a
scout, and died at Sabinal Station, Texas.
Another was a Mexican, who died in 1882. The re-
maining two were : one a shoemaker, who died in 1882,
and the other a barber, who died in 1884 ; these last three
were citizens of the village of Brackettville, Te.xas.
The barber, I am told, had Etodolac Er 400 lost Etodolac 500 most of his customers,
driven away by his offensive breath, from which I infer
that he was a sufferer Etodolac 200 Mg from oza?na.
Two cases of maggots in the nose are reported in the
Medical Record, vol. xxviii, p. .399, by Dr. C. M. Harrison,
of Del liio, Texas, a town thirty miles distant from Fort
Clark. The first was that of a Mexican with nasal catarrh.
The treatment consisted in injections of carbolic-acid solu-
tion, corrosive-sublimate solution, turpentine, tannin, and
morphine — " first one solution and then another, through
the anterior and the posterior nare^" Buy Etodolac " The patient died
in agony at the end of three days.'' The second case was
that of a Mexican woman who was cured by injecting into
the anterior nares half Etodolac 600 an Etodolac 300 Mg ounce of pure chloroform mixed
with an equal quantity of an antiseptic solution after vari-
ous other measures, including the inhalation of chloroform,
had been tried in vain. Etodolac 500mg
It appears to be satisfactorily established that this fly
deposits its larvie only on the unsound mucous membrane.
The following case shows that when the conditions are
favorable it may do this in other situations than the nasal
fossae : A soldier who was suffering from remittent fever
and was in hospital under my charge at the same time as
Private G., was also the subject of constitutional syphilis,
which was manifested at this time by ulceration of the
gums with a very offensive odor. For several days he was
in a Etodolac Lodine semi-conscious state of low delirium, and while in this
condition a Etodolac 600 Mg fly deposited its larva; in an ulcer above the
upper incisors. The nurse discovered them probably with-
in a very short time, as they were still very small, although
large enough to be moving actively about. They were re-
moved — between forty and fifty in number — by a brush
and forceps. Two were found beneath the gum fully half
an inch from Etodolac Tablet its margin.
The injection of chloroform in Etodolac 300mg the treatment of msiggots
in the nose is recommended by Sir Morell Mackenzie in his
Manual of Diseases of the Throat and Nose, 1884. It was
first used, he states, by Morel, a French army surgeon,
during the military occupation of Mexico by the French —
lS62-'67 — the remedy having been originally recommended
by Assistant Apothecary Dauzats. He advised that chloro-
form diluted with one half its volume of water should be
shaken up and injected before the two liquids have time to
separate. Subsequent to Morel's paper was one by Jacob,
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