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OUR BERLIN LETTER.
(From our Special Correspondent.)
DEATH OF DRS. BAUM.VX.N" AND LEWIN — PHYSICIAN
AND SCIENTIST — INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS— LEP-
ROSY CONFERENCE — ROENTGEN RAYS IN INTERNAL
DISEASES — MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS AND THE OTOLO-
GISTS FRANK EI,'.- BIRTHDAY.
Berlin, December iS, iSgo".
Two meritorious workers in the cause of science are
numbered no more among the living — Professor Bau-
mann, late of Freiburg, and super 21 blackjack Prof. G. Lewin, late of
Berlin. Baumann, that untiring worker in physiolog-
ical chemistry, to whom medical science owes the dis-
covery of thyroidin. has been cut off in the midst of
his labors. Through his great discover)-, the func-
tions of the thyroid gland were first properly under-
stood, and we can now explain why iodine, used for so
long a time empirically in goitre, gave such good
Professor Lewin introduced the injection method
for the treatment of syphilis as a substitute for inunc-
tions. The medical profession, as well as the patients
themselves, soon learned to appreciate the greater con-
venience of application and the efficacy and rapidity
of action following this plan of treatment. Lewin
was a man of vast scientific knowledge and experi-
ence, not only in the department of syphilology. but
also in other branches of medicine. Particularly
fruitful were his labors in the department of laryn-
gology. Death overtook him in the midst of his
labors. Lewin always interested his listeners at med-
ical meetings, for he had the happy faculty of grasping
the super 21 free online most salient points of the subject under discussion,
and always drew valuable conclusions from the same.
In contrast to the lives of these two worthy members
of the profession, is that of Dr. Volbeding, whose
career has been fortunately cut short by a sentence to
four years' imprisonment because of fraudulent prac-
tices. This man. by skilful newspaper advertising,
managed to obtain a yearly income of 400,000 marks.
He treated his patients almost exclusively by mail,
and had a most original system. Diseases he divided
into four great groups. Under the heading " Scrof-
ula," for example, he included almost everything im-
aginable; so, too, he classed various conditions as
cancerous and syphilitic. Each group had its special
powders, and he would order one powder from Box I.
to be taken early in the forenoon; one from Box II.
at noon, and in the evening one from Box III. He
warned each patient that "an aggravation of the symp-
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it the beginning of the treatment is to be re-
garded as a very hopeful sign.'' He was absent most
of the time, but would inform his clerks by mail what
treatment to follow. One does not know whether to
be more amazed at the audacity of the man. or the
blind stupidity of the public. It is proof that even in
this enlightened age, ignorance and superstition are
still rife. The most regrettable part of the affair was
that this wretch was a practising physician, and boldly
maintained and tried to persuade the court that his
methods were within the law and were exercised in
The Berlin physicians are making preparations to
take an active part in the international congress to be
held at Moscow next year. Efforts are being put forth
to have a large representation. Professor Liebreich
will probably be chairman of the Berlin local com-
mittee, and it is hoped that the name of this honored
and learned scientist will prove a stimulus for many
to take part. Other local committees have been
formed in Hamburg. Dresden, Munich, and other
cities, under the auspices of the German general
committee. Prominent physicians will act in the
capacity of chairmen to these local committees, and
will make it their endeavor to have the German repre-
sentation as numerous as possible.
An international congress of a different nature will
be held in Berlin next year: namely the leprosy con-
ference. Prominent workers and authorities in this
field of medicine will attend in order to discuss the
best means to combat the slow but none the less
steady spread of this pest. It is intended to fun 21 blackjack odds super invite the
various governments to take part in the conference.
Owing to the absence of Koch in South Africa, where
he is investigating the cattle plague, it was determined
to hold the conference in October instead of in March,
as was originally proposed.
The leprosy question is at present awaking great
interest in Berlin medical circles. At a recent meet-
ing of the Berliner medicinische Gesellschaft, Dr.
Havelburg, of Rio de Janeiro, read a paper upon lep-
rosy in Brazil, and a very lively discussion followed.
Lately, several new cases of leprosy have been dis-
covered in the eastern portion of Prussia. These are
not new cases, but had escaped observation heretofore.
There is no danger of an outbreak of the pestilence.
All persons in Prussia who are known to be leprous
have been asked and have signified their willingness
to enter the proposed home in Memel, thus quiet-
ing the fear of a spread of the disease. This will
best be appreciated when it is known that compul-
sory cbnfinement of these cases is not sanctioned by
Improved methods in the use and application of the
Roentgen rays have resulted in the solution of some
important questions in internal medicine. Some time
since reports of successful skiagraphy of the heart.
lungs, liver, etc., were published. Of extreme interest
is the discovery made by Dr. Levy-Dorn, in Berlin, by
the employment of rays in a case of asthma. He
learned that during an asthmatic attack, one-half of
the diaphragm — the right — remained quiet, and that
the respiratory movements were maintained through
the left half. Dr. Poch, of Vienna, has succeeded by
means of the Roentgen illumination in locating
pet tack in the lung of a boy. Since swallowing this
; 1 body, tin- patient had suffered from
Behring's tetanus antitoxin gave proof of its efficacy
tly in the case of a horse. The animal was
suffering from so severe an attack of tetanus that clin-
:xperience pronounced th< case absolutely hope-
less. One injection oi sixty grams of the antitoxin