Materia Medica, Pharmacy, Pharmacology, and Therapeutics. By W. Hale

from the tissues. Mules' operation is therefore the introduction of a

earlier results, as, in his published series, twenty -two out of twenty-eight

them, and the danger is that he may murder them before he

entity ecthyma. Plate XXXIX, ichthvosis, is too intiammatory ; it is

tain amount of danger in every sport, but the danger in athletics is

all the symptoms, the view that the disease is of haemic

The changes we should expect to find in spinal concussion would be

disturbance whatever, and on the fifth day afterward a bimanual examina-

3, 1899, into the Pennsylvania Hospital with typhoid fever. 8he had

reported any lower body musculoskeletal injuries prior

efficacy of the serum. Consequently, when a doctor sees a

that there is little need to do more than direct attention to the appearance

infected, then the mortality rate must still remain high.

ance of the cold and damp of the British Isles during the

case (Mr. W.'s daughter) I did not make a careful examination of the

greatly narrowed, and the mesentery much thickened.

physical signs, or for one or other of the acute exanthemata ;

These preparations present a new method for the rapid sterilization of

very complex and elusive." " It looks as if the duodenum is, as it were,

this symptom was first described and the term invented by Moynihan.

to be tolerated and produce good results. This happens in a certain