116. Journal of Laryngology, Sept. 17. Ann. of Otol, XXXIII., 416. 18. .4./".
2growths like callosities or some form of wart. Some years later one
5The failure of a heavy meat diet to exaggerate the elimination of
6Pennsylvania/Hahnemann Emergency Medicine Residency.
819,805 per c.mm., but in this case pneumonia was present as a compli-
9Ormip of degenerated oella of olivary body. % objective.
10urine, and the same effect is brought about in cases in which
11by those unaccustomed to perform lumbar puncture), the needle
12forty years, had had psoriasis twenty-three years, first appearing upon
13and it is noteworthy that the arrest of the effusion nearly coincided ^vith
14, Use of in emergencies ? (J. D. Mortimer) .... 867
16Experiment L — A rabbit weighing 6 lbs. was taken, and
17The Oermicidal Value of Proprietary Disinfectants. — Drs. Harrington
21possibly accompanied by a palpable thrill ; a marked increase
22heart and relieves pulmonary congestion. Chronic congestion of the kidney
23considerable continuance of the serous discharge. On examination the posi-
24by the ingestion of dextrose in the form of cane-sugar only.
25Physician to University College Hospital and to the Hospital for Consumption
26it is due to toxins acting on the central nen'ous system.
27to it — namely, leukiemia and the other varieties of pseudoleuka^mia-
28ing concepts going on in SOF medicine at the time and made them part of the new military medicine chapter
29anaesthetic properly administered ; on the other hand, he is entirely blind to
31lady who had taken arsenic for many years for pemphigus, with only
32markedly diminished. Of several dozen patients so treated only two died.
33pulse which averaged 75, and in two of them the pulse was distinctly below
35normal corpuscles, the colilysin was probably not present in
36A yet more striking illustration of the scarlatiniforra rash, and one
38clinical picture of a pernicious anaemia. The blood examination cor-
40in his treatise upon diseases of the liver and pancreas, gives a complete
41root irritation, then in signs of cord pressure, causing impairment of