lence of the section devoted to abdominal lesions, which has been im-

tion when he finds he cannot produce a cure by other means, does not do the

lysis as a lead eliminant, the author speaks in no uncertain voice, and

nerving. Those who realize these facts, and have perhaps some misgivings,

general opinion confirmed the above statements, which indicate rather

over a number of mufcies, as v/eil as joints •, now

In a more limited degree, different opaque bodies may be made

precedes the rigidity by a varying but dbtinct period of time. The

a new growth of connective tissue derived from the peritoneum.

good recoveries, the operations being entirely successful.

or mycelium, and (2) oval, spore-like forms, or conidia.

* Chap. Vc fe(El. 6.^ page 347. f Acad, Royale de fci-

(with unknown portal of infection), and the blood culture, revealing

In cases of hemorrhage I would recommend that after performing

•' in the thigh ; from which, on the firft day of its

The profession at large will probably find but little to interest them

number of cases to retard further degeneration of the lens, or even to

recurrence of proper names so frequent. To the average medical

hemorrhage from the gums ; bones normal ; muscles weak ; adipoee

(b) In varying quantities in a series of test-tubes to find

Lazarus-Barlow has a good survey of the treatment of

admission. Three years before this there was considenible sharp, inter-

an epileptic, and that, consequently, he is prevented from

It is doubtful, too, if many surgeons will agree with the statement that in

recoveries, and three of these I have included as cases of splenic pseudo-