any, effort on their part, their self-interest and self-pity are

London. Pp. 257, xii. plates. New York : The MacMillan Company, 1899.

enable one to differentiate the disease from splenic leukaemia.

kidney, and that it does not exist at all in some places. Bard and

which appeared normal. In a few instances, however, the apical pro-

Osteoarthritis of the Spine; Spondylitis Deformans. — Goldthwait,

For nearly a century England has suffered from the horrors

The affections, which most simulate tuberculosis of the

services. In the first stages of Operation ENDURING

use, and is becoming much better understood. Watson-

thousands of local patients but to train 1 8Ds in spe-

It is probable that in a longer loop the same effect could be obtained

" druckschmerz " was not sought for with sufficient uniformity to be

abdominal wall rigid and hard while the rest remains comparatively

prior to deployment would have prepared them better

Thofe things, which accelerate and bring on the unr

through fresh tissue, and in each operation silk was used to close the parts,

of certain patients, and which expresses itself by a variety of

illustrations. Some of the descriptions of disease pictures are particu-

being turned against her. . . . It is in despondency that 1 pen these

months, and had not sought advice because it was painless.

changes in the regulation and practice of vaccination which have

beat and the weak pulse is characteristic. 2. The acute heart-muscle insuffi-

after any treatment for syphilis; it most often occurs among patients who have early syphilis. No proven meth-

lost. On April 4th he had again taken up his work, coughing slightly,