men, infection of the alimentary canal is especially likely to occur; 44 out

which make it possible, if not probable, that the menin-

examining the vascular condition and estimating the blood-

this study, stress fractures and stress reactions were

12-15 niinutes. The maximum height (149 mm. Hg.) was

ing or only severe pain. In my experience this pain from adhesions

spleen measured 26 x 12 cm. Two enlarged glands were found in the

years ago the reporter succeeded in obtaining a tracing of the cranium and

of the cells of Purkinje. The formation of their arborizations was per-

given, and one that would readily lead to others of a similar sort.

point, I may perhaps be permitted to observe that dread

tions, and also because I have had the opportunity of dealing

a graft of omentum or even bowel will add to the safety of the

is a vifcous lentor, and concretion of the humours,

ends by interrupted sutures, while from the middle projected a wick of

mentation was very frequently found in death by asphyxia. Its absence in

by the wick. The adhesions between the coils of intestine could be

and examined microscopically. It was found to contain numerous

commenced. Four needles were passed from the positive and negative poles

verted into a dark-colored mass, not suggesting in any respect the

«^ confcquence will be more fevere." I knew a thia

that there is little need to do more than direct attention to the appearance

allowed the greatest latitude in the training of the

under circumstances which entailed much notoriety and many newspaper

Mistakes again may be classified under the two headings :

tomy, in treating- of thefe matters, fuppofes, that

lyzed. These are contraction associated with closure or attempted

various panesthetic sensations are occasionally perceived on the ulnar

The thesis is accompanied by a useful bibliography, and 20 excellent

ficult transport of wounded and loss of time and ener-