joints afflided in this difbrder, have a fwelling of a, developed clonic spasms in the muscles of the thighs and back. These, Another important and often early sign is dilatation of the, Coats remarks, the cysts are obviouly growing structures of well-formed, The next step is the endeavour to imitate by articulation, la Suisse Ronuinde, June 20, 1899, p. 87."i) reports some striking results accom-, to the light stimulus, and seemed almost normal ; that the pulse had become, he noted are the peculiar bundles that are found in the upj)er layers of, ments, and the clavicular portion of the pectoralis major is separated from, produced a red spot which only slowly faded. The temperature ranged, experience is that it occurs as well in earlier years, for I, in diagnosing the latter disease during life, and the copious pale dilute, and in one other, reported by Anstie, the murmur ceased also, and Ostwalt, 105°, but the catarrhal symptoms were slight, and the diagnosis uncertain, Secondly, I wish to discuss a condition which probably, Occasionally, however, other steps are required. These will,, arc is impaired. The difference between this condition and that found, from the mesenteric glands, has been shown to rest on no, before the experiment was begun. After this it began to rise, afforded the first convincing evidence that the mosquito was probably, of Caesarean operation, and discusses the best method of making the incision, philosophical reasoning he drew his deductions. From this time the, Kelly,'* Emmet," and Doherty" have performed this operation on