On page 292, the author, while noting the value of Rotch's sign of

there was much loss in weight. After five days to two months the

The spleen is obscured by tympanites. Respiration 24, pulse 100,

eral times it was lessened by pressure. Here, again, opinions differ.

nates, yet if a peculiarly irritable condition of the gray matter exists at

been relieved by morphine from an attack in which the pain was excruciat-

ining the urine or in any other way. Altogether about one and one-quarter

3. That the spleen acts mechanically in the production of

indeed, which causes assuredly the popular dread which prevails about

ierved in the part itfelf. Thus an otalgy fometim'es

municate the percussion vibrations to the bronchi. This will occur in

sounds at the apex were natural, and those at the base could be well

and ascending, transverse, and descending colon and sigmoid flexure. Hepatic

flap will only touch the insertion of the tendon of that muscle, and its

stage, or has not yet progressed very far, the result is good.

present nothing which differentiates it essentially from other forms of

one of a dozen with combat operations ongoing, the management and final outcome of this particular patient

■ftTiter enumerates as causes — malignant masses in the vein,

guerrilla warfare both because it was their wartime mis-

become clearly defined immediately before the ventricular

(letters and syllables included). He hears sounds and tones, but

found was small. I think this observation rather indicates that Weigert's

A SMALL brochure of three chapters, dealing, in a "chatty " way, with

proaching death, of cold extremities, lividity, high pulse and high

This portion of the wall of the stonuich wjia cut out, and after hard-

Gram's method. With tissue sections complete failure was the result in

of over-sti etching, or whether the paralysis is due to complete

spinalis. As to whether they do any good he is highly skeptical. At

as indicating that radiographers are neglecting other branches,

operation — and left half a pint of this in the chest.^

as no sign of external disease was present, the wound was sewed up.