First of all, an endeavour should be made to remove aiiy

lerable temporary relief. Heitzmann has practised curettement and

an action, difTers very materially with different individuals.

their histology. The hyperplasia of the connective tissue is not nearly

number and severity of the epileptic attacks was marked. Two young

Congress of Medicine, J. M. West - read a paper on " An Intra-

full insertion of a gag revealed a swollen and inflamed pharynx, an incision

modifying the effect of drugs, methods of administration, clinical

The needle is also made by Messrs. Allen and Hanburys, of

what standard of mistake is pardonable or otherwise is an

ment. We walked through the regimental camp to which this soldier

though once a trace of albumin and a few hyaline casts were obser\'ed.

muscular disorders of tlie heart may arise after n)iddle life as remote

zones of Flechsig are free from evidences of degeneration, and in the

happily consistent in this respect throughout the book. The language

English. When they were in a position to write (usu-

haemorrhage, due presumably to trauma of body or brain ;

at an astonishing rale, and as long as the derangement per-

afternoon teas, dinners, late parties, and balls, where dancing is carried

in which he believes the primary disease is of the spleen, and that the

of over 200 cases, the severity of which is above rather than

in the neighborhood of the joints, were several circinate patches with pale,

of the malady between the ages of thirty-five and forty-five years

I found the boy very wheezy and very thin. His right heart was distinctly

the force in great working health. This task is never taken for granted and always completed with the care each of

known to the profession in this country by the publication of a