ducing effects out of all proportion to their size, and though they have

electrical treatment of some sort ought certainly to be given a

a difficult refpiration, and danger of fiirfFocation.

crust ia made up of red blood-corpuscles, the outlines of which are <li.<-

No. 21. — Indigesion, September 9th to 11th; malaria, September

meningitic granulations and fungous growths, or by the narrowing of the

injuring the patient. In a certain number of cases I am confident that

out a definite idea as to what they are doing ; and, finally, because no

rigidity being due to a continuous though slighter release, while the

diagnosis of early bulbar paralysis was established.

under my observation he had taken a long bicycle ride, when he was

the age, youth being in favour of benign growth. Long

usually of general arterio-sclerosis, and in being associated with a group

in a special operations small unit raid that resulted in a

is no caufe of the rheumatifm more frequently to be

membrane. The cartilage itself was denuded of its perichondrium and partly

ly 89%. 5 After reaching this all-time low in the year 2000, the U.S. rate has been on the rise, increasing 19%

kilo., whereas quiniodol is at most from g to 13 francs the kilo.

Leclerc describes an apparatus in use at the Sulprtriere for temporarily

we would go still further and be more explicit in our explanation as to

tically significant differences between stress fracture

neys resulting from the disease and not directly attributable to the serum,

tion of the Department of the Navy, the Department of

first severe brain symptoms appeared on the tenth day of the disease. 4.

tory of any congenital dilatation. Died of peritonitis.

belongs to both parasitic groups. How valuable the collection of re-