1encysted stone, to stones complicating tumors, and to cases where some
2are greatly exaggerated ; ankle clonus is marked on the right side,
3menced with preparations which are already partially digested and
4authorities now hold the view that the relative importance of
5this, that we must not only think of a thrombotic hemiplegia
6A Note on Sparteine Sulphate.— Db. P. M. Chapman believes that
9muscles are kept in a condition of constant contraction, the stronger
10of granular kidney. While the patient was in the hospital he pa.s8ed
11for the nitrate of silver is otherwise very painful. The ssime puncture suffi-
13Medical Ncwh, April 22, 1899) reports that in ten cases of true exophthalmic
15gating the wound, as there was no appreciable difference noticed in the
17(0 to 8 in.) in diameter, containing semi-solid feces ; ulcferatiou of mucous
18contractions, and would suffice to precipitate an explosion of pain.
20sclerectomy. Ducamp' has described the microscopical ap-
21itself into two headings : — (a) treatment of the paroxysm, and
22cally all writers are agreed, prophylactic measures are oi
23present are polymorphonuclear leucocytes. Later there is for some time a
24lesion is what I prefer to look upon as a definite clinical entity,
25of some sort is to be advised. In spite of the gravity of the procedure,
26without any of them being present. In one of my cases — a
28and haematuria have been observed, and petechias of the skin and mucous
29patient said he had not felt lirst-rate for two weeks, had no appetite, felt
30Connective tissue acquires its tensile capacity from the amount of elastic
31pation, then, so far as our statistics go, plays a very insignificant part
33probably to scratching or pinching up of the skin, he reasons by anal-
34about alone, he is able to do many things for himself, and looks for-
36cases of the disorder (viz., that reported by Jolly and Ritchie,*
37of bacilli into that vessel. Baumgarten hfis gone even farther than
38non-crepitant ; contains icteric fluid. Left lung same as right. Peri-
39conductivity, as it undoubtedly does in human hearts in which
40the sound at the nostrils is tympanitic, high-pitched, and longer in dura-