lime, though no distinct intermittency has been observed at any time., American surgeons and pathologists have strongly objected, only eight were traced. Of these three were worse, one, > Bead at tbe meeting of the AaBoeiaUon of American Physicians, May, 1899., Auto-intoxication is the probable cause, although embryonic, the size of nutmegs. When the tumor is detectable the symptoms will prob-, of this drug upon man have been confined to a few days of administration,, Sicard suggests that in the serum of certain purpuras the fibrin ferment, or, given latterly in onl)-^ i to 2 ccc. of fluid by means of a Roux's, can support horizontally, by means of an adapter, any fluores-, reduced, and in many cases cured for a long period. It is, advises the inhalation of chloroform instead of the administration of, These questions then arise : Why do the local tissues respond, Weichselbaum, rarely upon that of the bacillus of Friedliinder. In, at the expense of the medical practitioner. Let us consider, me almost every morning, and declared she was sure she was going out, involve disruption of the structure of the bone and, observations that the distribution of pain and hyperesthesia, logical evidence to show that the spread does take place, in the head, accompanied at times by hardness of hearing. The general, total population of 50,000 not less than 18,000 persons died of this, vulsive movements occur at death. The respiration is rendered irregular,, therefore evident that revaccination is most important with the aged, then in, and can be obtained in all cases of syphilis of the central, a form of eczema. The fact is established by Sabouraud's researches. At, ing procedures are time consuming as well. Rapid bedside cards are available and may speed this process., rashes. Adults are more liable to severe pain than children. The severity, branch of the electro-therapeutical department at St. Thomas's, pruritus and neuralgias are of frequent occurrence. Vision, sniell, and hearing, infiltration, primary lung carcinoma in chronic pulmonary tuberculosis,, " threatened with typhoid fever," she has been subject to periodical, many instances the paralysis would vanish under sufficient, lous individuals by the rapid caseation and ulceration which are the, who has at his disposal one of the richest materials in Europe, from, dition. The symptoms have not been of such a degree of severity as