being present both in the reflex arc for the patella and in the lateral

lary pulse may be present. A venous hum is often noted. The patient

Daniel W. Trone, MA; Adriana Villasenor, MPH; Caroline A.

June, 1899) has made a careful critical study of the different forms of bou-

work relating to the medical uses of these rays is especially emphasized.

why there should be such a difference in the pictures of acute

the average number of days' absence per case before entering

(unless he happens to be an asylum physician) have practically no con-

large enough to permit of turning the wall inside out. This eversion

as good a state of dilution as in the liquid form. Quiniodol has the further

acquainted with the facts disclosed by Dr. Coutts, and

to 15 millimetres long. At one end is a ring or handle, at the other a rounded

greater or less extent, the result of a severe traumatism, recourse should be

drugs. If the bowels become inactive, as they often do, on discontinuing

patients by this bite. These patients will develop malaria, usually within a

angina, only 47, or 37 per cent., reacted. Patients with gonorrhoea reacted

once during the day. They lived in well-ventilated houses facing

more rapidly, grew larger. The history from this time on can, unfor-

that the statements of Duncan and Turn bull are entitled to greater

pons varolii, and medulla oblongata apjjear normal.

and usually between the diagnosis and the fatal termination of

least to a degree, by the use of a rectal tube, which allowed the gas to

their ttrength fhortly began to fail, and their bodies

whatever in 40 per cent. This 40 per cent, was made up especially of

sanatorium, she was received into the Workhouse Hospital at Newcastle.

After the first forty-eight hours the conditions found at operation

In both pelves there was a small amount of whitish, turbid fluid. The kid-

the toxin is conveyed to the spleen by the blood-stream.

8HATTUCK PROFESSOR OF PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY, HARVARD CNIVER8ITY.