4. The sick and wounded must under no circumstances
but make us additionally careful and watchful always, is the fact that
R. Moreaux • advocates the treatment of chronic suppura-
We find it a matter of some difficulty to review such an old friend.
about 12 years of age, with a central scotoma, first for red
gested by Lacquer, may increase the congestion of the intravertebral
At the same time, cancer of the breast cannot be con-
Both left and right coronaries seem to be involved about an equal
multiplied in every branch of medicine. The enormous value
medications at the time of review. Although these highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART)
age of nine, fracturing both wrists. They had been set, and united well,
regurgitation, although present, are not sufficiently pronounced
or shortness of breath ; during the periods of fever he had intense head-
suggestion is that it was a case of follicular ulceration, and the bit of
to the medical officers of other regiments as diphtheria in a school should
Acute Circumscribed (Edema Associated with Haemoglobinuria. —
1. The great value of the blood culture in decidiug the diagnosbi.
come, and 1 or 2 per cent, solutions equal in anaesthetic power about 2 per
tubercle bacillus. He also holds it as undoubted that the cachexia of
surgery itself. Many of the operations now daily performed, as
corpuscles had disappeared. This result was found in all the
Whether complete resolution of an acute myocarditis can take place seems
vious to having been seen by him. On the other hand, although the
anxiety or terror when there is really no reason to be specially appre-