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April 20, 1910. Chest signs limited to upper right lobe
posteriorly showing impaired resonance, increased tactile
and vocal fremitus, granular and cog wheel respiration,
numerous mucous and submucous rales over right apex
on deep inspiration.
May 16. 1910. Von Pirquet reaction positive, physical
signs limited to upper right lobe. Had improved in her
general condition, was attending to her studies at school
June 3, 1910. Felt herself in good condition with ab-
sence golden glove online game of subjective symptoms. Physical signs in chest un-
July 18, 1910. Slight recurrence of golden gloves pinball machine symptoms with
cough, expectoration and night sweats.
December 5, 1910. Physical signs in right apex present,
felt herself to be in good condition.
From a series of fifteen cases, presenting them-
selves with vague symptoms of colds, bronchitides.
pleurisies, stomach trouble, or muscular pains, six
proved to be cases of tuberculosis in the incipient
stage, while four patients were tuberculous for
months prior to their coining under golden gloves online observation. In
the latter the progress of the disease was extreme!}'
slow and the exacerbations and remissions were so
mild and infrequent as to give the patient no cause
for alarm. The symptoms in most cases were
transient in character, incapacitating the patient but
for a brief duration of time, yet were frequent
enough to oblige the patient to seek medical relief.
These transient exacerbations are of great im-
portance both to the physician and patient, since
they give the patient a false sense of security upon
being told that he or she is suffering only from a
cold when in fact the underlying lesion is tuber-
culous in character. It behooves the physician
therefore to study the cases carefully and to de-
termine the presence or absence of an insidious on-
set of a malady which requires the earliest recogni-
tion possible. It is in the early cases particularly
that the greatest amount of good can be accom-
plished, for it is in the beginning stages that this
dreaded disease is most amenable to treatment.
I am indebted to Dr. E. J. G. Beardsley Tor many
suggestions offered in the preparation of this paper.
1002 T.xcKSox Street.
LETTER FROM LONDON.
' Proposed Nev.' Dentists' Act. — A Discussion on Colitis.
— The British Medical Association.
London, March ,?. 1911.
The problem of the unqualified dentist is arous-
ing considerable attention in this country. .\t the
present time there are nearly 40,000 unqualified
dentists in Great Britain and Ireland, while the
qualified dentists number less than 5,000. The
IJritish Dental .Association intends to promote a
i)ill in Parliament with the object of checking un-
<|ualified practice. The chief provisions of this bill
are the following: r. Penalty on unqualified per-
son practising dentistry. Every person who (not
being a registered dentist or a registered medicnl
practitioner or a person certified under tiiis act to
be exenijit from the provisions of this section),
either by himself or in conjunction with others, ap-
plies any dental treatment for or in expectation of
fee or gain or holds himself out as competent to
practise dentistry shall be guilty of an offense
against this section and shall be liable on summary
conviction to a fine not exceeding £50.
2. Exemption of existing unregistered practi-
tioners from provisions of last section : Any per-
son above the age of twenty-one who is at the time
of passing of this act and for a period of not less
than five years immediately before the passing of
this act has been bona fide engaged in the practice
of dentistry (such practice not being combined
with any other occupation or calling), and is not
a registered dentist or registered medical prac-
titioner may at any time before the expiration of
six months from the passing of this act apply for
a certificate that he is exempt from the provisions
of this act, which inflict a penalty. If the authority
is satisfied of the truth of the declaration he shall
give to the applicant a certificate of exemption.
Another section of the act provides that every
person practising dentistry, whether registered
dentist or person exempted from the penalty for
unqualified practice, shall in each year take out
from the Commissioners of Inland Revenue golden gloves pin a duly
stamped certificate ; the first certificate taken out
by any person is to cost £1, and any subsequent
Another section deals with direct dental repre-
sentation on the General Medical golden glove online game Council, and a
dental board providing three such representatives,
who are to be registered dentists elected bv regis-
The last Dentists' Act was passed in 1878, and this
provided for registration of qualified dentists with
the object of protecting- the public by enabling it to
distinguish between the educated and the unedu-
cated. To golden glove slot review this register were admitted not only
qualified dentists, but all who could make good a
claim to be at the date of the passing golden gloves pinball of the act
engaged in dental practice.
By this act the use of the title "dentist" was re-
stricted to those on the Dentists' Register, but ac-
tual practice of dentistry by unc|ualified or un-
registered persons was not prohibited. It now is
and always has been legal for any person, qualified
or not, to practise dentistry provided he does- not
assume the title of "dentist."
The London and County Medical Protection .So-
ciety strongly object to this bill. They point out
that the act will not prevent unqualified practice,
and there is nothing in it to prevent any individual,
though not registered or certified, or any company,
from charging for dental materials or goods sold
Another means of dealing with the question sug-
gested is to ask the legislature to insi.st on the
spirit of the existing act of 1878 being followed—
insuring that only qualified jiersons could practise,
and at the same time providing golden glove slot that the unqualified
now in practice shall be admitted sine curriculo to
any final dental examination of the United King-
dom till the expiration of two years from dat?.
Another means of dealing with the question is
to leave it alone and let the unqualified multiply
until they destroy themselves by their own competi-
tion, while raising continually the standard of medi-
cal education essential tn the dentist till the public
7-76 THERAPEUTICAL NOTES. [New York
/J Medical Journal.
in time appreciates the value of the educated HfrtragJatol ^UtW.
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