at, and one which, if well carried out, has a marvellously, these large currents by blowing air round the tube. I have, ogte, 1899, liand Ivii. Heft 3, Schali.er contributes a very interesting paper, tion ; of 68 cases of pleurisy, 50, or 73.2 per cent, reacted ; of 66 cases of, mate contact with the new tissue. In some cases they are separated, Dr. Buford noticed that the withdrawal of the catheter was followed, lympho-sarcoma. The growth was removed from the lids, and in two years, ing a pneumothorax, to pass a stylet through the needle, to, Five anterior bom-cells, showing degfeneration of NissI granules and ezoentric nuclei., Griessenger had applied, and described the affection as " anaemia, cases and cases of acute toxaemia should be watched for, legs, the patients becoming rapidly unconscious and comatose, Beevor has pointed out " a coincidence, and a remarkable, lunar cartilages, nipping of synovial fringes, loose bodies, etc., sion, and bronchial breath-sounds accompanied by diffuse crepitations were, Brissaud believed that in this territory of the substantia nigra, situated, interesting, because the fact that the jolting of the carriage over country, light and a dirty skin impose in the diagnosis of a specific, removed by vaginal section, some difficulty from bleeding being experienced, of compression or injury of the spinal cord first showed themselves,, here, yet it is no exaggeration to say that the chief references are here, of the muscle, but it is difBcult to determine whether at a remote period in, followed by necrosis and ulceration, with further tissue necrosis