we look for an explanation of the course of the disease in this case?

tion of properties this remedy is beneficial in insomnia, whether of the simple

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fan-shaped, reniform, or lobulated. One or two showed a fernlcaf-like

to understand spoken speech : as a natural corollary, the

The Universal Auxiliary of Modern Medicine and Surgery,

that ,00 much adrenalin has already been secreted. Saline

the hospital, and, though he had not lost consciousness, was

tissue. Michaelis and Lagermarck got similar results, using col-

evidence, that the spleen is engaged in the destruction of red blood-

in an involuntary act, depends upon frequency of performance, and

to this method of dealing with those tumours that cannot be

both dilatation and endocarditis may be of rheumatic origin." The

pression. They are more numerous than one might at first suppose, as many

sputum stained during life showed, of pneumococcous origin. Croupous

wrote, as follows : — "Still more wonderful reports of our patient B. — He

Where the direct transport does occur the tendency of the bacillus is to

of the cases treated by medical means alone, and then states

with absolute freedom from fever — as tuberculosis — which give an intense

normal. The inflammatory symptoms quickly subsided. By the end of the

labelled "internal derangement of the knee-joint," in which the

has been translated into clear and simple language. That part of the

made by writers. The form most frequently seen is that occurring gen-

way affected the individual's eyesight or capacity for work.

could be determined ; the child had been previously perfectly healthy and

the gland remain living and well preserved, surrounded by and in inti-