ome little difficulty, but still with sufficient ease to exclude Kernig's
Carbolic acid was recommended by Rovsing, who employs
not prefcribe cathartics in the beginning -, for the
says : " Oh ! It caused me no pain, so I thought it did not
midal) tract, or to arrested development of the tract associated with disease
Oblique End-to-end Anastomosis. The oblique end-to-end anas-
which should be able to control the manifestations of the disease, at least
been rewarded by recovery. So in pelvic abscesses of appendicular
examiner percuss the supraclavicular space, holding his eyes closed
secondary infection of tuberculous sinuses. I have seen ad-
malingering in such cases, yet it is undoubtedly true that in
was very fair, so that any spots could have been readily detected, but
attenuated organism of any variety whatever; (2) a relative inertia of the
syphilis, in malaria (especially of the subtertian type), and
were followed by either a cure or marked improvement in the mental con-
The Killing of Reinhard Heydrich: The SS Butcher of Prague
infrequently to diseases of the deeper tunics of the eye, he does not
^gris fecundo aut quandoque primo Jlatim die partes do^
ture of the rectum could be ascertained. A post-mortem examination
avoid stepping over the dividing line between the ordinary symptoms
should be performed only when this condition is complicated with per-
particularly, the apparatus consists of a table, an upright
the pneumonoccus " as the " streptococcus meningitidis of Bonome."
period of incubation is a much more protracted one than ordinarily described ;
dition of the organism ; (6) in the insane the renal functions are less depend-
days) are more likely to have incurred a stress frac-
pressure were made on one male subject, called in this article
taken from Ziegler's Beitrdge are very beautiful, and the one illustrating
in the middle of the day). It seems, then, that boiling once is sufficient