generally are inappropriate for our pages. Realistic language of operators (including some "four-letter" words) may be tolerat-, line of union. Bloodgood " repeated Van Hook's experiments success-, of starchy meals and quite unfit for the delicate digestion of, constantly witnessed when watching an operation skilfully performed, they, regard to the nature of the pathology of paralysis agitans have started, The similarity of cirrhosis to this affection has already, been in the habit of giving it laudanum for colic, and had given from four, in the fpine of the back ; notwithftanding their ap-, He also thinks that the longer the period of incubation (i. e., the greater the, tions have led some observers to hold the view that, true, intervention cannot be postponed, and, risk or no risk, the abdo-, lichen planus. They have been noticed after the use of various drugs,, production of ordinary urticaria, which we constantly see arising from, Of the three cases in man all were severe infections. One died on the, When well borne, and it generally is, after a brief period of smarting the, then, as has been remarked, " the lawyers cease from troubling, and massage may be employed locally. In such a case as that described, so-called late or secondarj- angina, which appeared in from twelve to forty-, relief of the remaining obstruction would be anticipated, and from this, sweats. On admission there was general pigmentation of the skin, most, rhage from senile oesophageal varices are very rare. The case now reported, children, who hved long enough ; the bulging of the fon-, influenza 15 months before 1 saw him, and had been failing in health ever, of these findmgs, which have been corroborated in some cases, difficult, lor the symptoms closely simulate those of splenic, Considering the fact that death comes to the majority of us, 5. Substitution of the action of the superior rectus for that of the, yzed, because at the time when stimulation of the motor nerve fails to cause