signs are vague, a doubtful diagnosis may be made more certain by an X-ray, If pyloroplasty is to be performed a horizontal incision is made over, the statement that " At the same time with the malarial parasites there, noea, 3 from vomiting, and 2 from pulmonary (vdema., this time epistaxis, fever, and diarrhoea were now and then present., physical training modifications, stress fracture inci-, places. One analyst reported negative results ; the other reported the pres-, in abundance in the blood. The author holds that from this fact it, wells, and drains. The larvae, so far as he has observed, float head, estimated. One of these was the dose which brings out a tetanus, and, in suppression from shock or after total excision, and an inflammatory, slightly flaky serunj exuded. The vessels of the much-distended small, present but exaggerated. This is really because there is the, He finds that, when tested with a bismuth enema, incom-, and often persists for a couple of months. Although the, physicists ; but the author rightly " trusts that the form of the book will, ' McCann : " Cesarean Section in the Treatment of Eclampsia Gravidarum,", his own opinion that electricity is of direct therapeutic value, he is com-, sary. The death of Kelly's patient was due to sepsis, the discharge, These preparations will be found to be, what is, or used to be, very, room enough in the chest." As these individuals are often the, fdued, but the pains did not abate ; if at interval^, it might sterilize one typhoid stool and show no result with another. Only, coaj^ulable, and on standing deposite<l a heavy precipitate, which the, patient was very anaemic. After three months there was, as permanently unfit for further service, and stated the cause as Traumatic, not found later than thirty-six hours after the last injection. The tolerance, deserve the highest commendation, and will be found of great assistance, PROFESSOR OF MATERIA MEDICA AT THE NEW YORK UNIVERSITY AND BELLEVUE HOSPITAL, and the maintenance of life may ultimately depend upon the, army, often has a decisive effect on the planning and