column, a, Vessel. 6, Connective tissue. (Delafleld stain.) (Monma.)

trast, the Petrovac Hospital Center, located near com-

c.cm. of blood. This showed bacillus pyocyaneus and the colon bacillus.

Carderelli, 1888. Rev. Clin, e Terep., 1888, v. p. 17'i Cervical Myelitis, Dana.

to have accomplished the impossible, and to have devised a form of

come paralysed do\%'n one or other side, the paralysis coming on

lymph vessels. Moreover, bacilli circulating in the blood may grow in

on the duodenum and the stomach. In endeavouring to explain the mode

poisoning may give rise to difficulty, for in very toxic cases

think that a combination of the Wolffian body and true kidney has

eased sparrows, twenty-two, or 79 per cent., became infected, all with

Cachexia. The cachexia of splenic pseudoleuksemia does not differ

thus bitten. Typhus fever is spread by lice, and there are

the surfaces concerned. A simple and rapid method of

of a fistula communicating with the cervix. The patient applied for treat-

and descriptions are clear and direct, and the subject-matter has been

peculiar types. The absence of a ])redisposition, therefore, does not

pended on the inabdity of the kidneys to excrete various

Chronic Fibrinous Bronchitis. -Schmidt {CentralbluU f. aUg. Path. «.

The most important conditions that demand consideration are

as to furnish no argument against the operation. According to the writer's

thoracicus has never been observed independent of a general miliary

The sections of the alimentary canal which were thus separately

favorably influenced by treatment only when we consider fully all the

the literature of the older writers to indicate that they were quite familiar

observations. Throughout there is evidence of the earnest worker, striving

upon an exaggerated perception, also upon the ability to form combina-