' "Researches on Typhus Fever." American Jour.nal of thk Mkdical Scibncks, January,

There was at the same time shortness of breath and cough on the very

Operation: February 22, 1898, in the presence of the doctors from

Urinary surgew. Recent work in (J. W. Thomson-Walker) - - - 752

of an inch wide posteriorly, narrowing gradually toward the anterior. The

and attributes it to vasomotor paresis of the splanchnic area.

pressure with consequent dilatation respond well to digitalis ;

In spite of the benign character of ovarian fibroma, the writer urges the

They found that cultivation of the parasite in the mosquito occurred

often reached normal within a day or two. Parametritis developed in a

with meningeal symptoms, the intestinal symptoms appear

Morphology lesions II — Chancre: button-like firm papule that develops into painless erosion and then ulcer

sound, because the inflexibility of the sternum and the softness of the

*' guifli whether the difeafe ought to be termed the

corpuscles were not visible. Histology : The Malpighiau corpuscles

tius. Pus OS potius quam carnem alte pervadehat^ Cff

and heat was somewhat diminished in this trunk girdle, less so in the foot.

and chronic uraemia, as opposed to latent uraemia ; the former

a pure culture of extremely virulent colon bacillus. In man,

tirst with its value as an illustration of certain general movements in

plates, and, in the case of the limbs, head, neck, and parts of

Hebrard (Gazette des Hopitaux, August 2, 19 13) remarks on

of no greater assistance to the busy practitioner who has a puzzling case

it may again be a question how it happens that peritonitis can occur

I^ube* met with this symptom in 46 per cent, of 556 cases. The term

sidered as the cause of this, except that the unconscious patient has been

flushed, the spleen much enlarged ; the urine contained albumin as well

increased, indeed, somewhat by endocardial inflammation. In children

the diseased lung into the oesophageal carcinoma by way of the lymph

tuberculous process acts as the predisposing cause in a manner similar

will e\'er replace general anaesthesia in this countrj' to llie extent they are

here, especially if the patient is not in a position to avail