usually never to return. Now times have changed. All our medical officers come more senior, branch qualified,
authorities now hold the view that the relative importance of
*z;jy, and aYibritis •, fo that it is no wonder that the
Most of the drugs used in these experiments are commonly
alimentary canal. His teeth were good, his tongue clean,
very rare. He considers chlorosis a probable factor from
have been due to or at least accompanied by a typhoidal infection.
ney, the openings carefully closed, and the patient instructed to lie on
troubles. The gland selected was that of the ox prepared
those that were benefited by rest in bed, and made worse by
the continual irritation and strain produce vascular degeneration,
One's natural tendency, therefore, during the intervals of
tion. In the present research, attention has been devoted to
logical), the small intestine, and the large intestine. The last 50 pages are
pericardial effusion, judiciously states that he has observed the same
by the kidneys, but up to the present time the few observations of the action
tion. In so-called inaccessible areas, areas where they
the diet and life of the patient and by the careful correction of all
ined the stomach contents before and after giving nutrient enemata in ten
tube is the one more frequently — possibly the only one —
alysis. Usually progress was steady and rapid, and several times we
reputation as disinfectants, and that the preparations are not intentional
local physicians and others in situ, re-inserting local
expofed to the air, might acquire that folidity. Sa
secretions from there being swallowed by the patients.
centre of emission of the focus tube below the table. This
and then introduce the possible words. Some patients can
grey, ill-defined, coalescing and progressive striae, and those
ponade is repeated at the end of from twelve to twenty-four hours, and this
Ihould fuddenly fubfide, the matter that was before
(Deutsche medicinische Wocheiischrift, February 2, 1899, pp. 69-70) he
teaching of "stasis" seems to be his conviction that the "Great Archi-
August 27th ; sent to Presbyterian Hospital, in New York City, Sep-
Intracranial disease from the ear is discussed in general by