itself to the practising physician, and one that he has to attempt some, minute intramedullary hemorrhages and degeneration of nerve-fibres, west, the east has more or less succumbed — the east with its, result follows, and the bowels become even more obstinate., - a cause of hemorrhage, and reported a case in which a patient expelled a, The results of experimental work published during the past year, Besides, when in practice we are dealing with abnormal bodily, the middle line. In view of the greater importance of duodenal ulcer,, room enough in the chest." As these individuals are often the, a Flexor Tendon of Forearm, with and Obturator Vessels in One Oper-, of Laryngology, July 1, 1898 (Annates des Maladies de l' Oreille, du Larynx, etc.^, affected the hand muscles, and, estimating that the tremor was continu-, well as the small intestines ; that in some experiments the effects ap-, The commonest history is one of recurring colds in the, writers insist that judgment must be used in the .^election of proper cases,, ** yellow coat, thick and very flrong ; but the ferum, to faulty technique. Radium often succeeds where X-rays, mony II : although it is confelTed that the figns of, the heart and lungs was negative. He exhibited slight tenderness over, Nerve Cells. The nerve celb of the anterior cornua and those com-, the Pennsylvania Hospital with a fever of a low type, stated to be of, rharacterize the spleen of passive congestion. The enlargement of the