intestinal obstruction, and the cloudy peritoneal exudate gives

When we looked around us after these discoveries, and were able to

probably many other forms of anaemia that we have to deal

portion, and hence a wound easily occurs. This begins as a very small

reported from time to time, and seems and claims to be in very good

results have been reported. — Merck's Archives, 1899, No. 3, p. 181.

These typhoid [)leurisie8 may be of quite long duration — in one case eighty

nication upon a case in which 115 intra-uterine injections were given in the

the base of each of these flaps and attach it to the tarsal cartilage

in the typhoid fever rash. Moreover, the presence of the coryza and

ment of the disease of the spinal cord and of the brain, he mentions the

ments amount to this : 20 mg. of strychnine to 1 kg. of dog brings out

Xoting the various effects of this substance upon nerve-tissue, blood-corpus-

attention to a few blemishes. Among the varieties of typhoid fever,

picture is identical with that of Banti's disease, and may be

contributed by Muecke {B.M.J., December 12, 19 14), has

and salpingitis following this treatment, and it is to be noted

only one case referred to of such size ; in this the patient died.

should be clamped down, where it can lie lightly against

*^ the mufcles of the back and thorax, and it is in-

of time the bacilli are almost invariably found clumped in the bile, suggest-

who had been athletes during their college years. My experience has

to some abler mind to prepare a work which will better meet all recpiire-

15-30 minutes; the highest point reached (137 mm. Hg.j

upon nursing. In four of these cases this pain was so great that nursing

first of Dr. Wilson's cases, and is too, I think, of considerable

strip off its attachment to the first rib is divided. The pectoralis minor is