—^^^n//.fnd MedicalJournal, 1899, No. 12, vol. xli. p. 179.

to draw attention here to a fallacy in connection with staining blood specimens for bacteria.

treatment of hiemoptysis because of its beneficial action on cough. Patients

cause only slight twitching and violent muscular movements, to con-

quoted above. Meanwhile, ever)' doctor should make himself

Another curious feature of recurrence is the frequent

same experience. Apart from hospitals, Prussia furnishes the strongest

cachexia developed during the course of the disorders. There is much in

They say that the passage of malaria from man to the anopheles

In the early onset, cases are never seen, and if seen could not

very gradual return to the former rate. During the attack,

normal in size and at times atrophied. Mosler, Gast, aud others regard

evidence being entirely lacking and the histological features not con-

jerks, and some endocarditis. Two members of this family

etiology of carcinoma. Moreover, I must agree with those who have

a maximum exposure of the interior of the bladder, for the size of the

causing aphasia, never make that improvement which we

tember, 1899) reports a successful operation which he performed, as follows :

to be investigated was administered, and frequent observations

Chickamauga, Knoxville, and Meade. Acting Assistant Surgeon Craig

body. But Ritchie argues that not only have no nests of undeveloped