rence began. He also considers the possibility of a wandering pneumonia.

When adhesions have formed previous to perforation we may have a

that got well recovery in fully half the cases was the direct result of oper-

upward beneath the skin to the point of exit of the first above the

be administered for their quieting effect. The skin should be kept

the Japanese out of the way, the battle escalated. Mao

ium, chlorides of zinc, magnesium, sodium, and potassium. Two contained

Operative Surgery. The Head and Xeck : The Thorax and .Abdomen. By

persisting and increasing at intervals often most marked before

an intense redness of the tonsils, pillars, uvula, and pharyngeal walls. In

of areas of degeneration about the thickened bloodvessels, due to pro-

March 28, 1913. Had a bad dyspnceic attack during the

stages. The first stage includes an indefinite period, during which the

" Temperature," the only reference given is relapsing fever, surely in many

tense a nephritis not infrequently complicates the disease, while it has

what alike, and will repeat the error again and again, while an existing

atrophied. This mass, on microscopical examination, was found to consist

childhood may remain limited to the lymphatic paths, and

often fostered by the pessimistic verdict that " nothing can

probably not be soiled, and so will not require irrigation. The wound will

rigidity of the neck and legs mentioned previously, as well

facilitated through the bowel, which is almost invariably the

In order to give the reader a practical acquaintance with methods

terminal opening impinging upon the visceral pieura might

Notes of last 57 were mainly on the Serum Treatment.

at times, but quite harmless. — The Lancet, 1899, p. 891.

in the late stages of the disease, often persisting far into convales-

the ages of twenty and thirty, and in men a decade later.