own observations, and collected cases, previously reported, which he

were made, but in the first pair, which were of only average

particular factor to the blood-picture in a dislocation of the

(1859) descriptions are given of two operations performed by Bowman"

fever is called "spotted fever" because there are no spots,

three times and took to bed. Previous to the injury the child had always

progress of the case, and it should be remembered that even with the

very similar changes to those mentioned by Symmers. For

movements of the joints ; and, later, gymnastics were added. Cure was com-

to 103°, or a temperature rising by degrees from 100° to 103°, with

cause, death being due to this condition, according to the reports, in 17

room, fixed a point upon the opposite wall, and then had placed at the

Astley Cooper had described in 1798 the existence of tuberculous infec-

complications which may develop if the disease progress to any

the condition, which gives us the most faithful picture of what

Central they must be — in all probability, the effect of irritation of

or to an anaesthetic are in reality enema rashes. He believes that some

lies horizontally with the tube below, and the screen above

temporary improvement, which were regarded as cures, have often been

I am starting to write this edition of my Journal of Special Operations Medicine's (JSOM) component

While there is considerable doubt among physiologists as

body. Pope and I^mh {Ne^c York Medical Journal, 1896, vol. Ixiv. p.

ture was noted at 103'^, but it soon rose to 105° ; the urine showed a

of the apparatus which I have seen. The door is lined with

inaccuracy of his statements ; thus, in discussing the reasons for the

from his mind, even when he knows them to be absurd, and which

That syphilis is not always the cause of aortic aneurysms

The Iodine Reaction in Leucocytes. — KAjfiNER {Deutsche med. Wochen-

anxiety or terror when there is really no reason to be specially appre-

were ba.sed, were due to strangulation and not to the poisonous effects of the

all recovered. The cases which call for most attention are those develop-