Bandage (AFB) was the standard gauze control. Anesthetized animals (n = 60, 15/group, 37.7 +/- 2.5 kg) were
injured. The left knee-jerk was normal. This indicated that the left
qualification pre-eminent might justly be applied. Yet,
influenza. He adds to these the following case : A boy, thirteen years of age,
the interspaces between the processes were occupied by emigrated poly-
than from mosquitoes could be absolutely ruled out.
the sound heard at a distance and heard at the patient's nostrils. The
it can be ascertained in any particular case. Acquired ptosis should
that anodyne medicines do not give that relief their
was made by Dr. Fraenkel, to whose notes I am indebted. The patho-
of decomposition in an acid ; trypsin in an alkaline medium ; the emulsi-
over the lower dorsal and lumbar regions, while two smaller ones were
affefts the joints of the limbs, although it is more
revealed a parenchymatous nephritis as the direct cause of death and as
ney, on microscopic examination, showed the features of an acute pyelo-
It generally comes out before the fifth day, and most fre-
or other bloodvessel is the source from which the mass of bacilli which
On November 6th, 1913, patient was suddenly seized with an attack
PROFESSOB OP DISEASES OP CHILDREN, MEDICAL SCHOOL OP HARVARD UMIVERSITY, BOSTON.
This exudate will vary in its localization between wide limits of peri-
regard Kernig's phenomenon as present in the majority of cases of
main principle of this method of treatment is rest, until the
better the chance of success, and, finally, that surgery offers much hope
are similar to those of poisoning by irritant chemicals. Lancereaux
but the reproduction of the X-ray [)hotographs are unsatisfactory. These
will be taking as much as 12 grains of hypophosphite in the
from skiagraphy. One naturally looks upon a sinusitis with
history of the disease which suggest a relationship between paralysis