syphilis as a factor in heart disease. He states that nearly all
and misleading, large loopholes occur whereb}' many cases of
his interpreter, she soon found herself helping build
a loud explosion in an adjoining building. She happened at the time
the cranial cavity. On the other hand, Flexner in early experi-
• De re medica differtat. quatnor, p» 119, 120. f Ann,
the Army into sending me off for long term civilian schooling for my bachelor's degree, two master's degrees, and my
war in Yugoslavia and aspects relevant to training of sur-
very little relief. She was confined to bed and had some fever. In
sutures can be readily inserted at a later period by the use of a eucaine B.
Bernhardt* mentions a case in which one eye was opened when the
this stage there may be no definite perforation, though generally one
as pofTible to the fcurvy, and rivals the more notable*
filled by newly-formed tissue ; irregularities of circulation in the surrounding
of an arterial character throughout, and aroused curiosity as to its prob-
vulva after one labor. In the pregnancy under consideration a tumor occu-
difficulty, if the accepted doctrines have always been held to
The Open-air Sanitarium Treatment of Phthisis in the British Islands.
mobile ; eight were unsatisfactory. Johnson re.id statistics
fusion has existed in the past on this matter. Banti's disease
and dropsy of the extremities less common, in mitral stenosis than in mitral
Francke {Virchnw's Arcliiv, Band cliv.) analyzed twenty cases of malig-
direction. The work can be cordially recommended. J. S.
the effect of 2 cc, and two separate series on the effect of
rays play any part is unknown. Indications for the use of this method are
their origin to neglected or imperfectly treated adenoids in
degenerated nerve-fibres. The nutrient bloodvessels of these roots were
Bristowe, second case. {British Medical Journal, 1885, i. 1086.) Man, aged
2. Death. — Fulminating cases are invariably fatal by coma
names of articular difeafes, had fome reafon for fay-
possible to paralyze the respiratory centre with it. In treating of
injuries and facilitate comparison within and between
Etiology of Malarial Fever. — Thin refers to the already well-known re-
Friedenwald and B.ietjer "• find valuable assistance from