ed, that the urine of rheumatic perfons has only the
course to its descent, to emerge through the skin of the brow i cm. dis-
alike in both of these cases, and were not nearly as intense as those
inges, whether directly through the bones at the base of the
results are slightly inferior. I have collected 109 cases with 17 deaths,
(6) Increased fragility of the red cells from some unknown
able to do at least two to four cases each, with a heavy
purpura hemorrhagica, rheumatic purpura, and purpura occurring in cancer
inches long was made in the median line, and about 2 drachms of
the absence of any previous debilitated state of health which might occa-
hydrochlorate, 5, distilled water, 95, was introduced into the nasal cavities
usually experienced. The inters'als are then increased to two
U.S. hospitals or mature combat theaters. Due to the
difficult to answer. The flora of the mucosa of the throat,
necessarily a sign of anything more than the injury done to the cells
produce this effect, but the a- appear to be much the most
given in some text-books, regardless of the position, to tie the cord if it
An attempt was made, at my suggestion, by Dr. Muskins to estimate
after careful examinations, the rupture of any bloodvessel in the gland.
both dilatation and endocarditis may be of rheumatic origin." The
that a physician was called. In the afternoon of the same day nineteen
and iudides, lies in the drainage of the ventricles.
injection of adrenalin, pituitrin, or any drug whatever.
are ulcerating and discharging a bad-smelling hemorrhagic fluid.
dozen have been reported during this period. It is possible that tiie
rently a member of AFSOC's Special Operations Critical
arthritis, not as a phyfician, but as profefTor of the