This course addresses the unique medical needs of the pediatric trauma victim. As noted in Operation Iraqi Freedom,

" Legueu and Morel : Congrh de I'Assoc. jranf. d'UroL, October, 1913, Paris.

from hemorrhage alone, while only two of the 157 females, or 1.27 per

right-handed individuals it is the left cerebral hemisphere

factors which impart to the human body its remarkably elastic

into hospital three times within i8 months with severe

could be detected. The pulse was Kif), the temperature 101° F., and

being grasped between the hands, and there has never been any peri-

jerks, and some endocarditis. Two members of this family

such writers as Beer, Himly and Mackenzie, usually called the old

especially when cerebro-spinal fever is epidemic. It may

lish the fact that about 80 to 85 per cent, of ulcer cases show a diminu-

to the left, or any movement that produced extension of the muscles on

sequence of a particular condition of organ. Considered in this aspect

of a soft handkerchief and passed it around the shoulder which lay ante-

assets for partisans, is The Minimanual of the Urban

and is deserving of the hearty support of American teachers.

(2) those acting on the gastro-intestinal tract; (3) those affecting the urinary

tion, is that characterized by a complaint of sleepiness, of

inator would go from 1046 to 992 (subtracting 54) for

failure is diminished. Convalescence begins sooner and is rapid. Of six

in sports, and who have for some years suffered with symptoms of

3. The causes of abnormal uterine bleeding may therefore

only after intoxication had taken place. One will be compelled to

.'f row crevice affeds the body with the fenfation o^

tissue-like elements. The cells varied somewhat in size and form. Many

in hospital two yearsagojorurcemia and hypertension.

By tightening up arteries, a tired heart is further embar-

high opinion we then formed of it has evidently been shared by the

Among the females suffering from sacculated aneurism of the ascend-

of intestine visible ; great dyspncea ; constipation, relieved by enemata ; rectal