3and later could be easily excised. By carefnl technique the same animal
4There have been, however, some variations with regard to doses and
5In a paper on " The prognosis in incipient cortical opacities
8treatment (Cases I. and II.). Good results have been reported
9part in the formation of the coronary plexuses which accom-
11bundle of very small, irregularly rounded, structureless fibres, staining
12mediately after the irrigation, twelve ounces of perfectly clear fluid was
13sound of the same pitch. At other times such a person becomes sub-
14national medical guerrilla forces. One Canadian Army
17expected by tapping the ventricle with a fine needle, intro-
18and he was instructed to drive to the nearest station. The man received
19when the chest wall is deep antero-posteriorly, the lungs
20is the comparatively slight deflection which is manifested by a
21was accomplished by Cesarean section, employing the transverse incision
23these matters; meanwhile we recommend the book to those interested in
24630 : Gransalo Food, 901 ; " Wander " Malt Extract n'ith Paraffin, 901 ;
25been no mortality from that disease in the army for many years.
27bronchitis, asthma, dyspnoja of the functional variety, or that due to disease
28pass each needle through its flap 3 mm. from its free end, ^ mm. from
30affected often shows some relation to the side on which the
31citis as strongly as anything else ; but so do acute intestinal disturbances
33region of the gall-bladder ; there was also pain in the abdomen, espe-
34cant^ dtutius ncn erit wftftendum^ qtiam ut dolcris vehe--
36anxiety, and neuralgias of all sorts arc generally present,
38each side. Dissect up the small median Hap thus marked out as far
40aging than such efforts in the past have proved to be.
41is to be found in a dilatation of the conus arteriosus of the pulmonary
42pregnancy, will, under untoward circumstances, suffer from
43reported by Power. Beyond the statement that the case was regarded