adult animal of the same species, but differed somewhat from previous

during period VI. of the carbonous diet. In period VIII., when the

as a fibrillary tremor; as involving the muscles symmetrically and

number of splenectomies performed in which this disease was undoubt-

was no hemorrhage, and the womb was readily removed through the vagina.

depends upon the close contact of healthy with infected men. For the exist-

the recovery of the meningococcus from the spinal and

Levy was practically negative. The pupils were normal, there was no

shown to be free from infection. Thus twelve out of twenty-two birds

linking up of neuronic systems, lesions outside this area may

it, and mentioning The Practitioner. The wallet contains a celluloid

rigidity of the neck and legs mentioned previously, as well

found in water and in grass, in milk and butter, and that man's

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to support it, and seems to us unreasonable and not borne out by the

which he gives the results of clinical observation and also of experiments.

tlirough the posterior wall of the vagina. A profuse discharge of dark blood

Curves were taken about every five minutes. The measurement of the

The von Graefe operation consists of the old operation plus the excision

plerumque etiam piluitofus, crudufque, copia alimenti^ aut

of pulsus alterans is of value in diagnosis, because when

kandl has shown, supply the terminal bronchioles, infecting

of the spleen may cause much distress. The gastric disturbances may

thrombosis of the cerebral vessels, and that the recovery was

This division seems very arbitrary, and the dividing line