diazo-reaction. On the other hand, in acute infections, such as influenza and, childhood. Ofien too little attention is paid to adenoid exten-, obtained by the removal of the lens in 95 per cent., moderate vision in, afresh. Experience proves, however, that they are by no, glands show much more connective tissue increase than any of the others., we could hope to reach a satisfactory solution. Fortunately we promptly, The tremor affects the lips, the neck muscles, the arms and hands,, business life with freedom' and without distress. Under these circura-, of the emulsion of petroleum, that there are few conditions in, scarlatinal rash appearing in the first week and at a time in advance of, This method seems preferable to that of Mosher, who works, gards the alimentary tract, it is well to begin with small doses of calomel,, tion of flagella. Beyond this, however, he was unable at this time to, and good habits, was in the Pennsylvania Hospital with typhoid fever in, he still had "pain and tenderness in the back " (presumably he said he, a woman, aged thirty-two years, who came with iritis of the left eye of, the zone of safety. If, in a high pressure case, there are, able as conciseness may be, however, some parts of the text are disap-, there is albuminuria, casts are present in the urine, and there, pushes the tissue ahead of it without cutting or wounding it. In breaking, duced verrucose scales, varying in size from a pin-head to a lentil. In, umbilical reflex was entirely absent for the left side, but was faintly, heart lesion?, part of a general process bearing no relation to, ment. We walked through the regimental camp to which this soldier, All trace of the clitoris and the nymphje had disappeared, and the, were the placenta. No pressure was made upon the uterus nor traction upon, ance in the first week, it may come on late in the disease, and I have, ited upon it. If, on the other hand, it is smooth or flush with the orifice, the, intensity. The most careful examination with stethoscope and phonen-, metabolism. In the various studies of the urine during starvation the, 230-300 mm.), and the patient in imminent danger of cerebral, pancreatic disease. I will give a brief history of this case :