always appreciable to our physical methods of exploration. The heart
the nerve-fibres had disappeared. In one case it is distinctly stated
Fulminating cases of cerebrospinal fever are usually fatal
Conclusions based on the study of 187 cases of gastric ulcer occurring
of rhachitis and scrofula, extensive glandular enlargement and grave
This he has done in a fairly acceptable manner. Also, he statas that
was twenty-five and the oldest sixty-six. Fifteen cases developed after fifty
The Partial Subcutaneous Rupture of a Flexor Tendon of the Fore-
to cause congestion of the nasal mucosa. Verb. sap. Cigarette
patients by this bite. These patients will develop malaria, usually within a
but, looming largely, is the super-added fact that the indi-
Gee, second case). In my own case no observation was made regarding
increasing more effectively the natural resisting powers of
regulator, as Dr. Rollins formerly did, until the latter found the better
cess. Galassi's theory was that the phenomenon occurred as a result
vith anylene hydrate, sulphonal, trional, tetronal, chlorolore, duboisin,
Le Cronier Lancaster has reported eight cases occurring in ursemia which
is, calls herself perfectly well, menstruates regularly, and is active men-
troops, open tents or huts built on the " open air " principle
is bruised, activity of that muscle is interfered with by in-
Anyone who is concerned with the treatment of tuberculous children,
baaed upon the results obtained on man, and my own cases are reported
15 to 16th ; malaria, September 20th ; still sick, October 31st.
as in an adult, but that there are more frequently encountered,
ment. The hsematoma was incised, irrigated, and packed with gauze. The
hours amounted to 90() cc ; specific gravity, 1025 ; no albumin. The sugar
" that the great majority of English-speaking ophthalmologists are
alcohol, both chambers generally cease together, though the
upon the left, began to ulcerate, and in spite of various applications,
time, examined by Dr. Stover (April 11, 1899), contains a few epithelial
enables the busy practitioner to keep abreast with the rapid march of modern
chiefly by their local action. This includes the demulcents, emollients,
of the gland. Of acute gangrenous pancreatitis Fitz has reported 15
•** branes of the mufcles, and ligaments of the joints.
whom this operation was performed five became pregnant.