ingredients. Withering wrote: "Let the medicine (Gr, 1-3

obtained nine recoveries out of 34 cases. He considers that prognosis is

the beginning of the first phase of the pulsation byuit (the

two to four days ; the subacute cases lasted one to three weeks, and the

recovery followed, menstruation returned and was normal, and the patient's

ing the hemorrhage than ligation of the uterine arteries.

common micro-organisms are specially rife. A correspondence

difeafe, they have laid its caufe to the too great a-

was adherent but not ulcerated, and there were no pulsations. The tumor

reported where an operation was done on a wholly mistaken diagnosis.

vessels, accompanied by displaced or completely degenerated nerve-fibrea.

in Europe and in this country have presented symptoms very closely

to modify Mules' operation by passing the needles carrying the wire

and posterior columns are found to be swollen, but in the

Three features of these cases will serve to safeguard him

as a whole. Again he utilizes the lip-reading method to

crystalloid administration, evacuation time is prohibi-

expre-ssion was rather drawn, the eyes dull, and the abdomen much

and show no spores. Specimens from pure cultures are satisfactorily stained

These two solutions (marked " A " and " B ") are of a pale straw-

Woman, aged seventy-eight years. Enormous distention of sigmoid. No

on the patient's upper side. When the parallax is equal in

In neither case was any attempt made at the time to restore the continuity

the time of their discharge, but our later information shows that relief

Later," these same observers demonstrated that the anopheles pictus

this procedure is persevered in for a much longer time than in

once in every two ventricular systoles, and that such was the case was