cular and joint pains, and malaise, can be definitively distinguished from
of a fistula communicating with the cervix. The patient applied for treat-
charge was present on the third and fourth days, and above the symphysis
oophoritis. Out of 55 women injected after abortion 11 reacted ; 3 cases of
more use than any other drug in the curative treatment of very early stages
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Stargardt '* has described a type of famihal neuropathic
The mother first showed symptoms on the fifth day, when nausea, constipa-
is encouraging, being better in direct proportion to the amount
of it that defy his preconceived ideas and the knowledge
large numbers between the muscle fibres, and this was soon followed by
cruditate^ aut otio^ cofigeftus^ vetujlate in articulis craf-
inclusion of cases of streptococcic infection under the head of relapsing
ten to fifty minutes. It did not appreciably affect the diastolic
Taves : " The Etiology and Diagnosis of Epidemic Cerebro-Spinal M«ningitis,"
that are improving lies in the po.*sibility of sudden rupture. But iu
and most eminent of gynecologists, is offered to the profession as a con-
cance, because while the fever is still in the stage of acme the reaction may
of the cases referred to, and also to Dr. W. James Wilson
the number of permanent defects among these serum-treated
carcinoiuii. Ribbert, therefore, sums up the matter as follows : " That
the myocardium and mitral regurgitation. He gradually improved under
shall spare ourselves the pain of mentioning them. Fully realizing the
rather hard to hear on account of co-existing emphysema.
*" of the canals, ftirs the fiagnating humours, and
an efifective and safe blood-pressure elevator, and I think that,
gastric ulcer. These patients were about ecjually divided between the