2Free-hand drawing from microscope. Zeins '/« apochromatic.
3by gradually cutting into the anterior chamber at the sclero-
4A French chef, with his savant gastronomic tastes and education,
5wjis a complication, but there is, perhaps, nothing to support the suppo-
6not Lane's book on The Operative Treatment of Chronic
7diagnosis, confident of success from previous experience, and
9tinct lines of connective tissue. Just within the wall and around and
10tightly that other dressing is unnecessary. By this means eczema was often
11The sLool is passed daily, but it is the overplus. Should
12Stuart McDonald : " Observations on Epidemic Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis,
13ator, and secondarily, by the air entering the birth-canal.
14removed by aspiration, no friction sound indicated the presence of neo-
15itic. Frequently the outline of the distended colon could be perceived
16quite normal or may contain only a few blood-corpuscles or numerous crys-
17tive, but there was a positive diazo reaction. The urine showed uric
18beneath the costal arch in about the parasternal line. The left border
20with the malarial parasite of human beings, although this still lacked
22half-an-hour. The lowest point observed (116 mm. Hg.) was
24An obstinate case of rheumatism localized to one joint
25us tend to prev^ent this in a measure, and serve to recall to the attention
26in British India, and 1,169,280 in the whole of India. Looking
28as from half-an-hour to forty minutes, is the most effectual.
31tionable advantage in a book of this size, intended for medical students,
32A sensation of nausea was first noticeable in about 25
33Stuart McDonald : " Pathology of Epidemic Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis,"