1accidentally, without participating in the evolution of the morbid process.
2nuclei of the facial, glossopharyngeal, vagus, and spinal accessory
3the lens since that time. The reviewer, however, questions the value
6its tank water-supply, its field latrines, its free grazing lands,
7His articles would bear a lot of editing, and contain many
8is of homogeneous consistence. The initial injection is 1 c.c, and is made
9lymphangitis— tuberculous or due to mechanical irritation,
14of observations, they corresponded fairly closely to the average
15experience it is enough to disinfect the skin thoroughly and aspirate
19fions before he had taken off four pounds at a time,
20Thk number of cases that have been reported of primary tubercu-
21introduced into the stomach by a tube through the mouth or through
22absorption from the normal stomach and from the intestines.
26decidual cells, the only change being occasional glandular hypertrophy. Ten
27duction of this positive and accurate method of diagnosis it has been shown
28is a primary factor in this slow heart action. The portal circulation
29istic difference between a tuberculosis meningitis caused by trauma and the
30some ulceration of mucous membrane. Large intestine full of thick, semi-
31males, many of whom had a previous history of gastric and intestinal
32on the back or on the right side for thirty minutes; the weight of the food
33Many of the reasons for not operating in a case of acute appen-
34before the war, and the extra work demanded of the ambu-
36had appeared which was as impermeable as the adjacent
38In all the remaining, with one exception, both sigmoid flexure and the
39strength. Anaemia began to declare itself, though blood making went
40paraffin becomes indicated, and, acting on Dr. Hutchison's
41by practice upon the cadaver in the postmortem room. With
43The disarticulation of the clavicle is simpler, quicker, and easier than a resec-
44from the thorax through the atmosphere, the other through the trachea
46in my case, both ante-mortem and post-mortem, contained no organism