advises the administration, during convalescence, of thirty grains of urotropin
animals (oxen, horses, hogs, pigeons, hens) and healthy men. It may
the reflpiratioD, followed by overstimulation and death from tetanus.
1891.' Complete relief followed the operation. But the abdominal
The cortical reflex described by Piltz is interesting, because it proves
onset, with headache and perhaps vomiting ; pain in back and
There was no history of rheumatism in the child or parents, nor
that is mainly concerned with the function of speech. Over
definitions to determine injuries and population at
seldom necessary to dilate the uterus for curetting in cases of abortion. It
of one of Mr. Shenton's ingenious methods of localization.
arrangement is noted in the section on Infectious Disease — that is, the
with the discussion of* the relation of syphilis to disease of the nervous
Its Curative Power is largely attributable to its stimulant,
most common features of tuberculous processes ; and that the tubercle
safety, then, in the length of the cord would be about ten inches— that
tom, definite lesions of the skin usually develop secondarily, owing to
cardial adhesions in 1 other, and hypertrophy of the heart in 2 other
The author's experiments on dogs lead him to believe that in such cases a
or the application of a small blister, immediately behind the
always a severe one, as well aa by other tests, the work deserves the
of paralysis agitans without tremor may be of assistance in solving this
ami exaggerated elsewhere has been treated in a thoroughly dispassion-
hilefque^ qui vicijjim abforheantury fed contra^ ut facile
tured into the pulmonary artery lived for four months after the rupture
a previous slight injur}' to the joint is stated to have occurred
which I am acquainted the type of fever has been either quotidian,
consolatory, and we know rest, moderate massage, oxygen and iron,
much of the British- American-French doctrine on spe-
sign, of exophthalmic goitre is an increase in the frequency