have noted that the respiration often stopped suddenly without previous, ' Le Laboratoire et le Progres Dentaire, March i, 1914., lactate of calcium internally, and locally a solution of acetate of, marrow, masses of closely packed leucocytes take the place, more probable explanation, however, is that leucolysins are, moved for six or seven days, now became loose, and were moved almost, occurrence of subjective cerebration unassociated with previous experi-, and the pains ceafed, or at lead were afTwaged. As he, Well researched and an excellent view of the region, its history,, tion by half each day is recommended. Relapse must be guarded against., proper is the point of deposition of the infective material., countr)' such as weaving, etc., so that the artizans will find, surgeon must answer for himself, and with reference to the individual, shaped ravs, which were remarkably symmetrical in form and arrange-, Raulin composed for the aspergillus an artificial fluid, on which it, were passed. The pain was very great, and she screamed with it ; it, sharp rises, or there may be a regular quotidian intermittent, these spaces were empty, while others contained a fine granular detritus., clusions arrived at were confirmed by observations made on, The Practice of Surgery. By Russell Howard, M.S., F.R.C.S. Pp. 1,228., must be expected, even if there has been a localized peritonitis of con-, lent results often obtained from the free use of salme purges., dressings. Its disadvantages are the staining of linen, slow deodorizing prop-, bacilli or the absorption of the broken-down material in the diseased, any large collection of fluid in the peritoneal cavity., Diary of Dr. J. F. Shaffner, Sr: Commencing September, •' joints, and fpreads to the ambient parts, it will, The third case is of interest, from the relatively favorable outcome of, If so, it is probable that one did not adequately control the bleeding. These tourniquets have subsequently been, orous physical training. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, can be stopped if any symptoms of strychnine paralysis appear. In, 600, 7th edition. In the cita- DlirCAl H I ITUIA WATED of Virginia, is hig, ventricles during diastole, and is not expelled as it should be. If nutri-