1physician has made his diagnosis of the underlying mischief,
2lisease, there being but one case to 436 admitted, this being about the
3provitied the ret/ueM for them be written on the manuscript.
4skin improved rapidly, the oedema and albumin disappeared, and he
6is more marked if the cells be in a state of active division :
7applied ; when the patient is under the aniesthetic the skin should be
9by adding one part of citrated blood to 10 parts of distilled
10cussion of the subject of sexual perversion, for we are of those who
11The mother first showed symptoms on the fifth day, when nausea, constipa-
12Xanthin ba.ses, 0.090 g. j Ethereal sulphates, 0.199.g. SO,.
13Usually total and permanent deafness is the result.
14caught by the lithotrite, drawn out and crushed, and the d6bris, which was
16increased to one pill morning and evening. From that time the most indis-
17allowing an individual to sleep in the same chamber, as a consefjuence
20orous physical training. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine
23pneumonia and typhoid fever. In the hyper-acuie and fulmi-
24injected under the skin of the abdomen. Very infrequently a second injec-
25ing at the ileo-cascal junction ; he found the ileo-ciecal valve
26bermeister, Wunderlich, Immermann, Osier, and Fitz are men whoee
27millions. This suggests a greater diminution of haemoglobin than of
28larly clear and good ; such are those of pneumonia and pleurisy in the
31respirations of 28, complaining of dizziness, deafness, swelling of the
35The dorsal neuroglia septum is likewise thickened. The bloodvessels
38occurred in the vessels, when at 40 or 45 years there is some
39Gunshot- wounds of the Ear. — T. Rosati {Ann. cUs mal. de i' Oreille, p. 166,
40such as follows slight injury, subsiding gonorrheal infection,
41Hospital. Phlegmasia dolens is not a common occurrence in typhoid fever.
42PItarmacopceia of the Hospital for Diseases of the Throat, Xose, and Ear
44lial, or other material in the tubules forming solid plugs, or by external