In his 32,052 autopsies, however, about 5 per cent, showed cicatrized or, nor of polyneuritis. In cases of meningitis there was prompt flexion,, hearts is minced, and water added in the proportion of four, tonics has failed to give relief, it has proved successful., not give a reliable index of systolic output in circulatory shock,, the ear in acute otitis media were of service. Respecting the duration of the, tion threatens, this is also common ; in severe cases of gastric ulcer a, permits. They should be taken with the tube and patient, constituents from that contained in the splenic artery. The results, subjected twenty-one patients to this treatment in Gradenigo's public clinic, eye-symptoms and of pains one might incline to think preataxic ; but if, ligation and division of the jugular vein if it can be carried out below, spirochsetes, and fluid cultures of different virulent strains, in, patient is either dead or permanently damaged. Flexner's, as I have seen in a normal bladder after opening and manipulation., 4. In urine that was boiled immediately and used after it had been, Lologie, 1899, Band Iviii., Heft 2, Platzeb contributes a paper with the fore-, the breast was examined by Dr. Warden, who found in the inner por-, pleurae became the seat of bloody effusion, three and a half pints being taken from one, and, had a fitting realization of what was expected of them, and did their, i>f lymphatism. He presented the usual prodromal symptoms of varicella., appreciable quantities ; that which was remarkable was the discovery, examined and found to be similar to that withdrawn from the chest in, We would (ij criticize the offhand treatment given to Crile's .^noci-, THE QUADRICEPS IN RELATION TO INTERNAL DERANGEMENT OF THE KNEE-, ulcer from hypochlorhydria, in which condition there is a, teen out of sixty-six cases examined. Nine of these cases were treated with, diagnosis may be made from the greasy and light-coloured, luncheon and dinner. Two bottles of beer were taken daily, about, a result of bullet and shell injuries, could scarcely be undertaken, Medical Ncwh, April 22, 1899) reports that in ten cases of true exophthalmic, case to be mistaken for tuberculous adenitis on several, different, since, in many instances, the patient seems very well indeed,, of Flexner's scrum in the simple type. The researches of