tion of splenectoniy seemed conclusively to prove that the
of pulsus alterans is of value in diagnosis, because when
we find that again much information cannot be obtained from statistics,
tion of the Colon," maintains that all cases of this affection " In young
wrote of combat tactics and techniques, not logistics
results. The same is true of tuberculous exudates from the
After the first twenty-four hours of an attack operation is advisable
(Huntoon and Elser), meningococci are present in 93*8 per
it is indeed a part of diagnosis, and a very essential, not to say the most
ulcers, especially of the lesser curvature. Bradycardias are
can be made of the Massachusetts General Hospital for the ten years
given for one dose. The first injection must be given as early
tions. 4. Those placed in bed and treated with instillations. In all cases
regiments. In some regiments attempts were made to compel each indi-
the deeper changes in the cortical area, which considerably improves.
R.S. Med. (May, 1914J, related a case of rupture of an
perature was normal or subnormal, with the exception of a single rise
ness and pressure in the epigastric and left hypochondriac regions. He
ths inhaler persistently, and when again examined three weeks later
Case VI. — Operator, Ceci ; date, 1893. Female, aged thirteen years.
disease such as eczema, furunculosis, and erythema exudativum.
hj^perajmic-looking spots all over the body, showing the most of these
late stage of tuberculosis of the epididymis, the testis proper
dressings. Its disadvantages are the staining of linen, slow deodorizing prop-
fewest relapses, it usually resulted in a low fixation, associated
taken both from the blood and from the primary focus of
severe for an ordiiuiry case, but may be required in cases where pyloro-
does not seem to be any regularity in her attacks, nor do I think that