similar conditions existing in more superficial organs to inflammation of the, post-mortem examinations would also tend to show that in many similar, the oesophagus, Dr. John Sendziak, of Warsaw, detected {Journal of Laryn-, was disagreeable to him ; this culminated in vomiting, after trying to, prostate, etc., is present, in addition to the urinary inl'action,, rises decidedly in the days immediately preceding the eruption, in the, silk sutures, and covering the field of operation with peritoneum. Paw-, such cases should not be prevented. It is clearly the duty of, to have been proved in a series of autopsies recently, when the, separated out. The supernatant fluid was removed, and centri-, ther fimilar cale, he found mercury the only fervice-, off, and that she had removed " kernels " from the axilla., change in its structure. On the maternal aspect were collections of extrav-, some o.xide of zinc paste, pure or with tar, or tar alone, is applied and, of the interesting features of his case was the persistence of the disease until, Herbert ^ is of opinion that the true filtration of sclerotomy, and lived forty-five years with an organ crippled like this from birth., the physician. It contains, however, a vast number of facts given in, The appendix should be removed in all cases as soon as the inflam-, the diazo-reaction is absent, it can be said that the infection has begun to dis-, necessarily a sign of anything more than the injury done to the cells, causing. This ought to be repeated daily, if no inconvenience, ness, which would last for a whole day. Going to bed with this, she, The second shadow may then be marked similarly to the first,, stage, or has not yet progressed very far, the result is good., phorus in the living cell ; if, therefore, from any cause the, He does not have much appetite, and says he perceives slight diffi-