however, remains that one of the very early signs of the
(loses of quinine. All the so-called protracted malarias in our camps
records two cases that would usually be classed under the head of achylia
Amemia. Anaemia is one of the characteristic features of the disease.
hysterical or neurotic origin, but with some underlying
of healthy, useful, purposeful occupation, such as carpentering,
tumor completely and to resect the oesophagus through healthy tissue at the
care it is readily distinguished in the laboratory both from mi-
in the morning by a painful flexion of the thighs. The spasms were
parts, were but flight, ihe neglefted the afliftance
medical guerrilla warfare literature. He identifies areas requiring further research and draws con-
that very little infonnatioii is available, for in only 17 of the cases are
> observe the scar which was present The wall of the uterus was firm and
three children, all from one house, were admitted into
prevented any use of tlie arm, although the forearm muscles were intact and
affected region must be systematically explored. With even
apply the term aniemia splenica to the rare cases under consideration.
can when the pericardial sac is considerably distended. Weakness,
After this 1 saw him no more until August gth, 1913, when he was brought
Under the skin of the left back were a number of small, firm, readily mov-
the patient's nostrils are closed, though the sound is not modified as it
about half an hour later. The box in which the animal was kept was
ness in the lower limbs, and if examined at this time at least one decided
others remains wholly free from the disease. A similar condition is
symptom, the period during which the bladder is under the
better in a noise ? " should always be asked, for patients
the estimation of the opsonic index will most likely settle the