(wlema, and death. The blood was not examined in any of the cases,

The book before us will appeal to every practitioner of medicine, who

obtained in this tour of inspection was considerable and some of it of

reasons why, in the light of our present knowledge and experience, the

He should be absolutely forbidden to enter a close room, even such aa the

widespread epidemic in the south-western States of the

which the former condition presumably exists, I simply follow in the

a troublesome feature, and she showed considerable muscular wasting.

fibnees par les promptes & frequentes variations de I'air, p. 30.8^1.

the curtilage slips back into its place with an audible click,

ities in the area of operations. This practice, howev-

Experiments Upon the Closure of the Fallopian Tubes. — In the Archiv

Peritoneal Resorption.— Noetzel {ArcJUv fur klin. ChirurgU, Band Ivii.

years, was reported as one of chronic leptomeningitis, with purulent otitis

low as 2 per cent, in some hands. The palliative operation should accord-

Peschel,*" in 1894, tried to improve Birnbacher's operation by omit-

to the medical ward, where she subsequently died from pulmonary compli-

pass each needle through its flap 3 mm. from its free end, ^ mm. from

seen, the protoplasm is wholly converted into dark brown masses, the nucleus

present for two weeks, in about the same degree as in the first case. Two or

plained of weakness, insomnia, dyspepsia, pain in the chest and back. For

is striking in contrast with its frequency at other ages. Thus among

ence, and an eloquent argument against the wisdom of operating in

months before operation a splenic tumor appeared. Six months pre-

gradually and carefully, and adapted to each individual case.

eye unless the increased pressure is promptly relieved. Permanent ischemic complications may occur with as

seven years, who had had uterine trouble, for which she was treated in

her case. I could see nothing upon which to base a definite opinion.