made with the urine of one patient gave absolutely varying results.

that, on the one hand, unnecessary operations are avoided, and

tion was injected every second day in the interscapular region, the injections

Muscles responding only to the longest discharges are in a

Various theories explanatory of the symptoms of paralysis agitans

Cologne, such as monoplegia and hemiplegia, meningitis, and especially hem-

months. In the case to which we allude the pregnancy ended much laler,

method of exhibiting salol as an intestinal antiseptic combined with

alque fpin^ majoribus nervis quos (rivovlar) appellant^

The spleen is greatly enlarged, but preserves faithfully its

teeth have appeared is true only with exceptions, as the statistics of the

disease. All four of these assumed essentials he easily disproves."

impulse. In nearly all cjises also the respiratory organs and structures

40 to 50 per cent, of the crescents proceeded to flagellation and libera-

the kidney, such as renal pain, hsematuria, casts, albumen ;

ing papers that are not of the highest value. There is a certain degree

centre (associative system) and the projection system of

not carried off as it ought by urine, which he fays

any disturbance, sometimes using language one would not

no sort of injury, indeed, he was not even unseated, but he suffered from

Wht'n both testes are involved, it is rarely justifiable to remove

powers, and diminishing the probability of further intoxica-

various authors, but some are original. Diagnosis has evidently always

no indication of abnormality alone — they were strong and frequent

the right ventricle. The auricles were never affected.

should also be given internally. — The Lancet, 1899, p. 574.

' Delepine: yoiirnai 0/ Sta(e A/ fdicine, November-December, 1914.

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