Geographical Distribution. It is a well-known fact that the disease is
The patient was robust and healthy-looking. Urine neutral, 1012, and
into the deeper parts of the tissue, thus giving rise to a carcinoma.
made the centres of the bodies were somewhat denser than shown in
gestion, and abdominal flatus. The starches are very inimical to them,
great efforts or acute infectious diseases. Probably the heart weakens, vas-
treatment, and before the end of the course of 25 baths, extending over
tisBuei* of the labia majora, the nymphse, the area about the clitoris and
in the ureter, but that there was some bleeding at the ureteral orifice.
soap and water, a compress soaked in a 1 in 20 carbolic acid solution
between the cell and the court of an Indian Rajah, with its unchanging
apt to rise after this to 100^ or even to 104*'. The belly usually
Report by Dr. Cheesman : In November, 1890. the patient, a woman
abdomen, in localized abscesses, for example, becomes soft and the out-
operation, necrosis had probably commenced about a week
larger than the ordinary pus microbe. Lancet-shaped forms, as occur in the
intra-abdominal or intra-thoracic hemorrhage they may very well exsanguinate before a transfusion can be per-
In the more enlightened progress of Modern Medicine, ** Blood-
noted in the results. Since both beer and coffee entered into the diet,
one definite type is usually present . . If the observer will
in both it is at first pulmonar)', and the point of entry is the
sition to medicine of which the whole world may be proud. J. W.
What are the remedial measures that are likely to stay
entire cystonephrotic sac was drawn out and turned inside out. This
miliary tuberculosis in many cases follows tubercular erosion of the ves-