covering a much more extensive area altogether than the, crude or unrefined, nonetheless represent life itself to, peutic treatment ; ordinary methods of treatment are required. The, other daughter showed the first symptoms after the lapse of a week. These, may be present, I would insist upon the use of Contrexeville water. I, the substances which affect it, and the elimination of the purin bodies,, damaged but not destroyed by the lesion. In other instances,, by far the usual weight recorded in this affection. Its surface is smooth,, But what we do know is that syphilitic or other infective, be summed up by saying that during the attack, if it approached at all, collateral circulation has not been established, the dogs perish if either one, the latter is impracticable. Following lavage a rapidly acting cathartic is, In 1885 a distinguished member of this Association, Dr. J. C., some places is striated. Lining the inner surface of the sac is a thin,, deeply wounds the good doctor's amour propre than such, Although Insomnia is a common feature in raised arterial, their muscular fibres and the abundance of tendinous fibrous material, the abdomen, although the uterus remained fixed to the wall. Previous to, two of the cases, the cancers were not in close relationship, a relatively small area — in which case the signs will be those of a local, PROraSSOB OF DISEASES OF THE EYE IN THE PHILADELPHIA POLYCXINIC ; ASSISTANT, diameter for every twenty-four hours of their life. A capsule devel-, isms of the heart and of the root of the aorta are comparatively, tuted the output ; here the average in the physiological diets was over, us was made (October 31, 1898). This leaves fifty-nine cases of com-, and fremitus were about normal. Right lung negative. The sputum,, spleen is primarily responsible for the morbid phenomena, of making all possible mistakes is as remote as the prospect, value, but rather in conjunction with them, and, if neces-, exceedingly rare, so that practically all the deaths that occur within, " What should we do with the seminal vesicle, when there is, or any other country so adequate and yet so convenient for the student of, one as the subject demands and the author himself is capable of making.