18th. Patient allowed to be up out of bed. Temperature the same.

has shown distinct degenerative changes. Attending this state of the

usually fatal after operation, and when there are signs of improvement,

accurate and clear, and with the aid of the magnificent illustrations

cure in cases manifestly purulent. Occasionally one lavage

taxed heart the danger is evident that we often actually overstep the

perhaps characteristic of tumor cases. One may offer theoretical expla-

utilized because of its insolubility in water. This difficulty has been over-

from hemorrhage alone, while only two of the 157 females, or 1.27 per

anus into the rectum ; after nine minutes a violent tetanus appeared,

26. Ann. 0/ Oto;., XXXIII, 413. 27. S ew York Med. Jnl , BecemheT s- 28. .4nn.

under the skin. Drainage under cocaine is enough to cure such cases.

and by its increase or disappearance it is possible to measure the course of

I rench literature, to say nothing of that of other countries, has been

of the time when this was so great that the arranging of the bandage

up in the muscle or nearer the ciliary border of the cartilage ; if it is

In a patient with the disease of convulsive tic we have to do with a

various diameters. The enlargement of the spleen may be unaccom-

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

and the work is confirmatory of that done by other recent workers who havr

exposes the axilla fully. The vessels are seen traversing the axilla from

ened appendix, the whole buried in firm adhesions. Such evidences of

6 figures ; Plates XXIX. and XXX , facing pp. 88 and 8g, 7 figures ; Plates

From this point of view the task before us is not a difficult one.

certain time, the parasite being the same as was present in the first instance."

foot is sparse. The largest U.S. series retrospectively

cough. It is surprising how it will sometimes vanish, often