favourable to self-protection. Certainly, if the pallor and
used with various significations, I must first explain that by
be the most common cause in the minds of the physicians who reported
tite. Died from acute constipation and over-distention of abdomen. Every
and cling closely to the abdominal wall, overriding all structures in the
can be stopped if any symptoms of strychnine paralysis appear. In
of meningitis, with a bad prognosis, was made. On March 15th the patient
Pedro B. ; was born in Southwestern Texas ; of Mexican parentage ;
Eleven of these cases had chronic nephritis, and none of them went to the
of the skin, b)' such means as infected vermin, and others are
made a median incision, through which the greatly enlarged sigmoid
pation, which finally yielded with difficulty to cathartics. Five days later
unless they rapidly respond to measures directed to the
arterial tension rather than on patients suffering from patho-
juntluras articuiorum adhctrefcmtc^ prafdfcatttr y in
came from the beneficial effects secured by the administration of antitoxin in
two cases, the enlarged organ was firm and smooth to the feel,
No. 12. — Diarrhoea, August 12th and 13th ; malaria, August 19th to
the death-rate from consumption than any other factor,
near it. It is well to remember that these serious nerve injuries may tjike
the iodine dries the patient can be removed, unless he is wanted
competent operator, than the removal of a fibroid. Fashion
minutes or more. Bruises thus painted over soon begin to fade, and discol-
In answer to this I will state that we have regarded all so-called mala-
a point of a complete examination from head to foot, includ-
very doubtful how far such rest actually favours the absorp-
began to enter the caecum in 4^ hours, reached the hepatic
Fig. 1. procedures ceased to give much relief. He was
tinued course of treatment it is wisdom to abandon the mercurials, and
nate must be removed. This can be dispensed with, when
our American medical students. The average student seems to resent