Five series of observations were made on the effect of
Electro-hsemostasis in Operative Surgery. By Alexander J. C. Skene, M.D. . 718
the placental circulation is active the operator must control hemorhrage by
these latter were omitted in the above cited group. These injections of silver
Printed for Robert Horsfiei-d. at No, 22, In Ludgate^Strectj
Meningococci, as far as I am aware, have not been found
Almost every other occupation known provides from one to three cases.
He would limit its application to the treatment of inoperable carcinoma.
which during some days he felt dull and had the same sense of lack of
a dilatation of the artery wall outward, forward, and downward, form-
blailder. This made a flap turning toward the ureter. The concave
xnained undifturbed in the tunica cellulofa^ the omen-
war-torn rural Afghanistan. The Lancet, May 28, 1988;
tnperature. In the one there is the expectation of reaction ; in the
Under head of CHRONIC BRIQHT'S DISEASE, page 601, same edition, in thecital
edly brought out of late years (particularly by Chvostek and Egger) how
In this address, Jones first lays stress on the fundamental
since been extending, not only in hospitals and in private practice, but
are ulcerating and discharging a bad-smelling hemorrhagic fluid.
Asjthe literature in this country on the subject of radium
among the cutaneous tuberculoses, alongside of tuberculous gummaUi, with
as degeneration of the elastic tissue. As a result of his researches he
that is to be operated upon." On page 39 " paresis " should surely be
lessening of the excitability of the ventricular receptive
Argument of any sort is out of place in a cyclopsedia of this nature, in
ventricle. The writer considers that the friction sounds he has
access to the circulation in some manner through the uterus. The exact