quently the cavity can easily be washed out. As with the

is seen when the cord is shortened by being coiled about the child's

it is the result of morbid mechanical changes in the ureter or renal pelvis.

In thirteen of fourteen cases in which lumbar puncture was performed at

sated. But, unless there are distinct symptoms, or the pres-

amount of open-air exercise is frequently sufficient to remove the

continued in but forty-six instances, or 40 per cent. Of ninety-nine

power. In the case of Hughes the child seemed to be made distinctly

cervix became very much bruised and torn, and in which it was amputated

result is complete removal of the anterior wall and floor, and

and cannot endorse the advantages of this line of treatment ;

the degeneration of the reflex collaterals explaining the diminution or

Hormones, Use of in medicine (Geo. R. Murray) - - - - 260

Shakespeare would have been the greatest physician, and among recent

vanosis, traumatic ulcer, furuncle, aphthous ulcer. 1

tent Fever of Endocarditis," ' Osier reviews the literature of the sub-

icity of urine, this work has offered to us a simple, practical test, which con-

stomach- wall brought together over it by one or two rows of Halsled's

enlargements. The examination of the lungs, aside from the dulness

the tendon for 10 mm., thus forming a median flap 3 mm. broad by 10

above anus. No stricture; thickening of muscular coat of large intestine;

1899) have made chemical analyses of a dozen of the popular proprietary

effective after exposure to extremes of temperature.