of pure silver, usually not larger than the No. 6 Bowman probe, and having

sion of the usual matter descriptive of the muscles and of much of that

be given large enemata of boiled water containing ^e g. of sugar to the

has been done to overcome the obstacles to their practical application.

tion on the third day after birth. Condition continued, constipation some-

Pathological Anatomy. I find record of only about ten post-

The Mikeral Waters and Health Eesorts of Europe. By Hermann

and excitement without apparent cause — manifested themselves. There

have good grounds for believing that the inlection is spread

to be regarded as the best text-b "■ok on the subject of prescription-writing

three days ; but the duration may be twenty-four hoars or less, or it may be

contract the parts, and force it again into the veins.

the administration of fractional doses of calomel, frequently repeated,

Kirchgaesser found extensive degeneration of the posterior columns,

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tion, as well as to atresia of the canaliculi, or to their obstruction by

as in Figure 2) either the right-angled triangle Oj Xj Wj

'vi£tiy a quibus fanguis c^terique humor es contaminantur.

simultaneously both bradycardia and intestinal reaction. He

older persons had already had the disease. In certain epidemics which

in 8 it eroded the vertebrae, and in 6 it eroded the ribs and part of the

gastro-enterostomy and pyloroplasty, and opinions are fairly evenly

present. Stewart presents two cases, in one of which the symptoms were

Diagnosis in the Office and at the Bedside. By Hobart Amory Hare,

infection, because the limiting adhesions are so fragile that they

lymphatica and anaemia splenolymphatica it would be consistent to

reflex purposes are normal, while in paralysis agitans all are somewhat

per cent, in the latter. When one consults the literature on this point

terized by convergent strabismus, general convulsions, retraction of the head,

three years before, and, the trouble increasing, frequent dilatations with

fcetutt^ ac pofuit fedimentum furfuraceum fiihalbidum ;

that its merits deser\-e, for, as James has already jiointed out,

The urinary secretion is often colorless, of low specific gravity ; no albu-