*' ed." It is v^orthy of remark, that Cornarius pre-, N ife both said they knew he would be unable to extend the leg as he, three-way stop-cock, all connected by rubber tubing. The catheter is intro-, complications can hardly be doubted ; however, great improvement in, The patient should be instructed to take a deep breath and continue, those complicated by degenerated arteries, chronic nephritis, chronic cardiac, one month. In the other patients symptoms of ulcer had been present, conception of the definitions of idiopathic and congenital differed. I, extensive observations concerning its occurrence. He calls attention, make an obtuse angle of no more than 110° or 120°. As Kernig says,, them during the acute attack, and the fourth some weeks later, in order to, In spite of the benign character of ovarian fibroma, the writer urges the, scarcely a pin-point free. It was not crescentically arranged ; here, fluence patches or areas of perivascular sclerosis; pigmentation with, for other movements besides those concerned in speech., to the pericardium. It was 8 cm. in length, 5 cm. in breadth, and 2 cm. in, Ipswich; H.S. Ruyal Buckinghamshire Hospital, Aylesbury;, quantity of fluid possible ; gas-producing agents," such as pastry,, amount of albumin, but no casts. Some moist rales were detected at, ing the occurrence of an intravesical agglutinative reaction ; (4) the clump, The case went to trial, the X-ray was admitted and recognized as, The work is composed of an introductory chapter, in which he con-, sclerosis. Man)' examples can be cited. In the Annals of the, the pathologist at the laboratories, Derby, who performed the, His patient, about forty years of age, since childhood had a distended, The Etiology and Treatment of Neurasthenia. — Drs. J. Collins and C., with boric acid does not become toxic more rapidly than urine kept and, Experiment 2,— A dog of 7^ kg, was given ether and the colon, it was responsible for the anaemia and general malnutrition in the dis-, alterations in size, that may be observed in the retinal vessels., and, when the difeafe applied the fpur, he opened a, not altogether uncommon, and leads to a serious prognosis. Dr. Samuel