tern infert. ^' That >vomen are lefs liable to this
likely longer due to weather. Ground evacuation time
Gangrene and Glory: Medical Care During the American
and active movements carried out, but only in such a way
menting with guinea-pigs, found that within thirty days after transplanting
Always prominent abdomen ; for years trouble with bowels. Undtr observa-
tions about their exercise habits during the 2 to 3
gical teams and other medical personnel infiltrated
' St. nnrtholomew's Iloiipiliil Reports, 18S4, xx. 20.
cially during the convalescence from scarlatina. They are observed more
typhoids. It may be asked how long we have considered it necessary
by the blood-current and distributed throughout the tissue of the mos-
FSD was superior to other currently utilized hemostatic products in controlling lethal arterial hemorrhage in this
period of a year. From the foregoing it is very improbable that the
healthy, she complained of severe pain in the head, but continued to go to
general practitioner. The omission of pathological and anatomical details
method. The index is the only weak point in the book ; we have tested
4. Knapp. " Astasia-Abasia, with the Report of a Case of Paroxysmal Trepidant Abasia
alcohol to excess.* The major portion of these cases have occurred in
In October 1912 we reviewed the third edition of this work, and the
well. The issue of forward surgical team support to
by collapse and associated with a history of gastric ulcer, with a per-
there was some special affection of the epiphyseal cartilage, whereby its ossi-
tion is habitually transmitted to motile centres after having been
ent and prompt. Piltz calls attention to the fact that this phenomenon