ganglia appeared normal, although contained in dilated pericellular

liver, brain, kidney, and heart. The involvement of the brain is most im-

fever examined post-mortem at the Boston City Hospital.

ists, and it is to them, indeed, that its size and price will probably limit

commendable features of this review is the discussion of the influence

the same disease. Of these five, three recovered and

are vasoactive, and use of pressors in the setting of hemorrhagic shock is generally contraindicated. The pur-

of detail serving to confuse and distract rather than to instruct. Desir-

affected lymph-glands offer the only means of relief.

changes in our mode of living, which have taken place during

bloodless, and 15 or 20 minutes gives ample time. Sometimes,

In the other case, that of a woman aged sixty-three years, the tumors

tion rub heard all over the portion of the liver exposed. Subcrepitant

In electro-therapeutics, the feature of the year has been

and produces the vasomotor disturbances, with later degeneration and

The child was with difficulty kept warm with the aid of wocl and artificial

Marion'- recorded six cases of suprapubic prostatectomy

In Fig. 5 is shown a small body that was completely isolated. In my

but, generally speaking, the more gradual onset, the character

gards the alimentary tract, it is well to begin with small doses of calomel,

J grain. Erythrol tetranitrate has been shown to act for

opening and closing it quickly, etc. Frequently such acts are accom-

were 82 deaths — a mortality of 11.39 per cent.; and in 469 cases first treated

the spleen, which Banti regarded as peculiar to this disease,

ment is sufficient. It is a mistake to continue the use of salines and alkalies.