expressed himself as quite comfortable, except for a slight cough.

angina pectoris. Dealing first with pericarditis, the writer

As soon as they become scratched or injured metal bougies should be polished

through the vagina, and the incisions were readily closed. An excellent

in the tubules. When the cells were ruptured, fusiform bodies, shorter

etc., August, 1899) reports this case in a man, thirty-two years of age, who

How often should one repeat the lavage before resorting

to it, because with the opportunity to illustrate and compare it is by no

forty-five minutes later a distinct tetanus broke out, and the animal

tion, abolishing pus, stench, and Pain, and healing with magical rapidity andjinality.

antiseptically they disappeared in a very brief period, leaving no trace. The

pearance, is a peculiarly lasting and sometimes a congenital affection

however, quickly recovers when the muscles are again relaxed.

anomalies of the eye muscles, and give copious but succinct accounts of

many of us never see in practice', namely, puerperal septicaemia.

toms of collapse soon follow. There may be some tenderness or

staltic wave. If in doubt whether or not the ureters have been ligated,

the portal vein with consequent splenomegah', anccmia, and

teen out of sixty-six cases examined. Nine of these cases were treated with

3. The course of the capsular arteries dividing between the anterior and

fifty-three years. Appears to have been an acute abdominal dilatation

School Hygiene and Deaf-mutism is represented chiefly by

Stenosis of the Larynx. — In recurring laryngeal stenosis after intubation,

which requires eight weeks for its development is no longer a miliary

tion of the new SOF manual, serves on the USSOCOM Medical Curriculum and

solution patients who have been greatly reduced from loss of blood can in a

toms demand intervention of themselves, whether an exact diagnosis is

valuable. On the appearance of fecal dejections intestinal antiseptics are

(1859) descriptions are given of two operations performed by Bowman"

was never ifound in the stools. The patient vomited once, as a result of

and generally at the end of the fever. He thinks that the primary factor in

symptoms of acute hydrocephalus, in which withdrawal of cerebro-spinal

had been constipated all her life, and the enlargement began when she was