in the following ways : We can determine the gravity or

paper to a very searching examination, and found that hia method of exami-

dicitis are frank and clear, the condition is probably something

treatment of Chronic Bright's Disease of the Kidneys, occiu-ring in Qouty

milk upon its bacterial contents. Examination was made ot

about the head and neck. The subsequent course of the case was very slow ;

teen of the second (eleven times to the exclusion of all other microbes). He

No. 25. — Diarrhoea, August 8th and 9th ; diarrhoea, August 13th

hospital reports ; the fifth column gives the number of deaths among

gaping and sneezing, and even, as in our case, slight movements of the

> Read before the Boston Society for Medical Improvement, May 16, 189S. Biston Med. and

tissue, so that the artery is undermined. Bordering on this aneurism

Griessenger had applied, and described the affection as " anaemia

Vulpian. {Oasdte da HdpUnux, 1877, No. 75.) Case of dilatation, with

may readily understand that in the hands of less careful observers the

Strumpell * describes a case which has been quoted by nearly all who

Pressure symptoms were at once relieved. After four months' observation

Strumpell. Zur Kentniss der Anemia Splenica. Archlv der Heilkunde, 1875.

the matter of making certain the same was fast would be gone over

by him the accidents and subsequent ill results referred to cannot occur.

of dragging on the iris is thus avoided, and the seizure of the

use of this remedy in the treatment of puerperal septicaemia, septic cellulitis,

trium was seen to be studded with nodules varying in size from a pea to a

The Surgical Treatment of Ascites. — Experiments upon animals and

10,975 births of dead children, and that of these 248 were craniotomies. Of

held, was a condition in which the infecting organism had

ended in recovery the paraplegia had been complete but for a very brief