for the whole number of patients. Fleiner discusses this question of

tube was carried from the lumbar incision down back of the kidney to the

Chemically pure turpentine is of no use, and must not be used in

and/or symptoms of primary infection (chancre), secondary infection (manifestations that include rash, muco-

view which I most decidedly share. There are, to be sure, maay

at that level but to that of a nerve-root given off one or two segments

the elbows, then upon the soles of the feet, and, finally, upon different

visible blood that have been implicated in the trans-

growths, where the outer end of the clavicle is involved, there is less risk of

Out of the large number of different manifestations that

and some of the umbilical hernias in children, as I shall show, can be

tion in sensibility. The state of things presents a somewhat mixed

the gland — acute suppurative pancreatitis. Fitz, in his monograph in

A. weight of 10 kg. tore the mucous membrane. — Huismans, Deutsche mtd.

stability to discomfort and unrest. The physical signs include a

(oral, genital) may show mucous patches — small, asymptomatic, round or oval, slightly elevated, flat-topped

man)' weeks and there is a feeling of weakness in the leg.

in existence, all our medical officers board certified, a level 2 medical capability in the SB(SO)(A), and the

mous increase in capillary bloodvessels. Blood extravasations were

and glomeruli. In ordinary interstitial nephritis, as I have said, cysts

liver is enlarged, but later it becomes shrunken and atrophic.

Larsen began his observations with the belief that antiseptic instillations in

moreover, will be found to assume a well-marked uniformity

uraemia is little improved by latter- day investigations. But

of the symptoms of caisson disease: " The disturbance varies in inten-

ceptible to some disease than the opposition British

and Elser) all found meningococci in the throats of healthy

From his study of the case Schmidt calls attention to the following