constantly witnessed when watching an operation skilfully performed, they

the tip of the little finger, and only then with considerable pain to the

nation of the urine was open to severe criticism. Exner stated that in his

and so lead to the appearance of carcinoma. Believing that the origin

several circumscribed indurations, which were in part broken down and

charge, but this was not offensive. The remaining portion of the gland

IS often what the patients originally come complaining about,

to continuous haemorrhage, which varied in shape, did not

After a careful review of the literature and a thorough microscop-

Castaigne, and to demonstrate the possibility of transmitting to a nursling

of post-mortems show healed lesions of undoubted tuber-

movements, such as a mimic spasm, echolalia, coprolalia, and tic de

opened in the old scar, and the child and placenta were easily extracted.

but in the middle there was often fibrillary twitching. Electric testa revealed

183. f Obfervations intercirantes fur la cure de la goute &

they may be of various kinds and degrees: 1. Longitudinal slits or

the practitioner of surgery as some of the older text-books, is a valu-

clearly obvious, given a case of mitral regurgitation, that

results have been so unsatisfactory in the past. Yet such

recovery of paralysed limbs ; and finally, by the employment

experienced. Following this may ap{)ear nausea and vomiting and at

cases — viz., the entire removal of the functionally useless dilated colon

them on with some alacrity. His woebegone appearance, and his apparent

case, to estimate the reserve power of the heart, its response

Zeiss objective, ','ij hotnog. iramervion, ocular <^ — showing marked invasioQ of liver by

which of the three conditions is the true one, even when the

ward and to empty itself of its contents, being stimulated to the act by

irregular intervals attacks, often lasting several months, of slight, rapid

tracts, and could be elicited by the slightest irritation. Schuler does

Surgeon to the Central London Throat, Nose, and Ear Hospital, etc.