1tion to light, ten had a slight reaction to light, and five a good reaction
2f the X-rays, in which the discoveries of both L^nard and Rontgen
3that they were degenerated, and had lost power of growth.
4when it is generally possible to arrange gauze barriers and to sep-
5during the extraction they will not crush or splinter the bones.
6(i) The symptoms are local and definitely related to the
7place in man in splenic anaemia : the toxins of the B. c.c, are
8ically. The output of uric acid upon the v^etable diet is, of course,
9arterial degeneration, special reference is made to haemorrhagic
10ursemic cases are dependent rather upon parenchymatous
12followed, which yielded to drainage and douching. The patient gradually
13edge and discrimination of heart disease, we should mention Bouillaud,
16The author's experiments on dogs lead him to believe that in such cases a
17examined was removed at a second tapping done seven days after the
18found affection of the blood is present can rarely be controlled. A distended
20cases the reader is left in some doubt whether the article is a supplement
21Emergency Medical Technicians and thousands of lives saved. He is still the Medical Director of PHTLS and
22the nerve-fibres had disappeared. In one case it is distinctly stated
24shrunken eyeball, and does not answer the purpose well after enucleation.
25were bluish purple and slightly raised, irregular in shape, and
28fine reticular substance of the splenic pulp. The following <] notation
29were never found in the sputum. At the autopsy, both lungs displayed
31of these organs of acid bodies, by way of the disintegration
33marked anaemia produced, and especially when there are signs of dila-
3477. Norton RJ. Feral Cities. Naval War College Review,
35of this part is devoted to the spine and the hips, but even the most unusual
37in abundance in the blood. The author holds that from this fact it
38shin pain a lot or most of the time after exercising
39was controlled by a gentle pressure of a few momenta' duration. No
40mation caused by the obliquity of the ureter to the renal pelvis. 3. Stric-
41melhtus, the excretion of these bodies does not bear any
42ganglia appeared normal, although contained in dilated pericellular