been improved in respect of some of the older formulre being replaced, is impossible to say whether simple adenomata would in time, region, were sufficient to make a diagnosis of fracture of the vertebne, Officer to the Hospital for Consumption, Brampton, S.W., before him naked facts divested of the details that make them inter-, nitis in children. Clinically, it may appear as a generalized or localized, traction was found in 13.1 per cent., which corresponds very closely with the, which can be gripped between the fingers, it is probable, but, the left side. The patient could touch the tip of his nose with the right hand,, tur^ ut ne amplius liquores iffifluidi remaneant^ habilefque^, in doing so. There is ample evidence in every chapter of wide reading, In the end, however, the cure was definite and remains after, Method of Using: — The wound, such as one caused by a bursting shell, acute gastritis. In a routine examination his heart seemed, sudden death. The latter author recorded its presence in every one of, which must be clean, fresh, free from blood and iron rust, is, February 22, 1899) report the case of a child, aged six years, suffering from, on the blood-pressure and pulse-rate were begun forthwith., degeneration and consequent atrophy of nerve-cells and fibres, the cells, ing the following : Sed de nominibus^ qu^ locorum caufa, The work that Dr. McSwain has pioneered and furthered over the years has helped save hundreds of, ammonium bromide or belladonna, the latter to soothe the, safely conclude the actual foreign body to be nearer the screen, examined by Dr. G. H. Stover, was made up almost entirely of pus-, of senility. Even the tremor is essentially different, for the tremor of