ing to them in profound hemorrhagic shock following a gunshot wound to the lower extremity. The patient

when the kidney and the entire length of the ureter are involved in the tuber-

tural Disease of the Heart," delivered in 1891. As he has pointed

neoplasm, which is enucleated, and the cavity is closed with deep catgut

should be read by everyone interested in abdominal diseases

from the clavicle to well on to the abdomen ; the breast ;

Either the woik must stretch to an unwieldy length, so as to become a

quency of the disease in the two sexes, the symptoms most commonly

length with each pain, the child advancing despite the shortness of the

ical personnel are at risk of exposure to blood-borne

of characteristic clinical symptoms which often appear long before

change, the average being 0.0271 g., a slight increase, but one of no

Family history: Negative, with the exception that her father passed

tal syphilis. The preparations used (benzathine, aqueous procaine, or aqueous crystalline), the dosage, and the

numerous grayish-red granular areas, varying in «ize from that of a

age to orifice or valve may be ver}- considerable, and yet the murmur

not contract tuberculosis, and the milk, when inoculated into

cases, which are not to be gathered from the analyses I

Johnstone'^" describes kraurosis as trachoma of the urogenital canal.

spinal fever, and, as already stated, is regarded as the epidemic

2350 grammes. The normal shape and outline of the organ is pre-

anopheles claviger and the anopheles pictus — are capable of conveying

to transformations of the thread-like filaments. Some of the cells

branching arrangement. Many of these smaller units exhibited a dis-

fcetal rickets. The disease occurred in an eight-months still-born male child.