firstly, that they are more expensive, and secondly, that to
commercial classes, it is not uncommon to meet with those
disease, may develop splenic hypertrophy, which often pereists for a
On March i8th, 1914, she looked remarkably well. Head movements
septic infection persists after abortion the total removal of the uterus, tubes,
On Killing: The Psychological Cost of Learning to Kill in
It certainly is difficult to explain these changes, or those changes occur-
specialist, to both of whom it must prove of great service. J. C.
f the Massachusetts General Hospital, for example, though they may
the patient directly after the operation. Secondly, when the clinical
otviirred in a man whose psoriiu^is had lasted for many years, and for
irregularly branching nuclei. This abnormal growth of the glandular
the failures which have attended these methods of shortening the
obser\'ed in paralysis agitans. I have had the opportunity of compar-
cut; but the liberating agencies by which the potential is changed into
There was an incised wound about 6 cm. long in the median line of
to develop a suicidal tendency. A typical representative of
observe^l in young girls and in men. As a rule, of long duration and
investigators believed that the real trouble was an excess of
fever among the soldiers, and the records of the health officer of the
temperature is only 81° F. The radiant heat penetrates the tissues more
service in the treatment of this strange disease than any other measures.
pendent of the other, when we perceive their factive independence, we
There were no objective disturbances of sensation or motion ; the patient
The cultures taken by Dr. Sailer from the meninges gave the follow-
All the requirements for the diagnosis of an enormous enlargement
was perceived, the breathing fell to twelve in the minute, and was jerky
duration appears to be about two years. My case terminated in about
Lancet, December, 1907, on streptococcal meningitis, may