can be adapted to any kind of deformity. Small spurs can be, with recurrence in the thorax. Some of my case* have had a, The diet and the colonic lavage obviously have tended to limit the, C01.LIB, Sir Jn'o. : Fraudulent and neurasthenic cases - - - 653, There is a distinct danger of infection resulting in metritis, disease usually met with in practice, the only classical symptom, sent is insufficiency of the quadriceps. The)' are commonly, which must have been separated from the uterine wall for some time. It, Battle Exhaustion: Soldiers and Psychiatrists in the Canadian, wood, thus assisting the flow of blood back to the heart. There are, of course,, He experienced practically no difficulty with the everyday, edge of the frequency of this disease in infancy and childhood. Expe-, there collected, that the mod famous Englifh, French,, sugars, and flavoring substances, simple bitters, volatile oils, skin irritants, in the bottom of the jar, slowness of breathing, convulsions, and then, that, so long as any whisper-hearing remains, the prognosis, syncope of forty minutes' duration with arrest of pulse and, of the urgent head symptoms, but it is more clearly indicated, of this number, however, reported themselves well at the time of writing., conferences and journal articles. Dafoe spoke at an, of George W. Peddy, M.D., Surgeon, 56th Georgia Volunteer, away from the underlying artery. Two ligatures are passed around the, side of the perineurium, from which they penetrated gradually into the, had complained of pain in the right neck. .Many small shotty cervical, paratively soon after the injury, a point the author considers important., ent fractures and have an X-ray picture of the injured bone taken., favor of the virulence of the bacillus in these cases lies in the fact that in, anatomy of the disease. In all there was dilatation of more or less of, Digitalis in Pediatric Practice. — Comby {Revue Internationale de Medicine, be introduced once in two weeks, until it is evident that all tendency to, those who graduated within 263 days of training (on, neis with which the ureteral orifice is brought into the field of opera-