MA.rrnEW8 (Afedical Register, Richmond, Va., March) reports a case of

the direction of the blood stream. A typical sensation is imparted to the

in pamphlet form, if desireil, will be furnished to authors in lieu of compensation,

Everybody makes some gross error in the course of his

experience. He starves his patient for 36 hours before the

was fortunately succesful, the patient making a complete recovery.

plished, implantation in the other ureter or bowel are preferable to

that there are differing types of aphasia, differing aphasic

is a contusion". It may have any degree, may produce permanent paralysis,

vessels, and consequent interference with the blood stream

the trocar, force the blunt-ended cannula through the parietal

the enlarged duodenum by means of a syringe. From this fluid

not remember to have found similar cases described. I do not, however,

Pohtzer bag, and, so far as the nose is concerned, to be content

to admit the stylet, communication is made with the external

I • 5 cc. The animal now showed signs of constitutional distress,

Lymph-glands : The slightly enlarged retroperitoneal, mesenteric,

Medical Biography, in 1828, no book worthy the name of a history on

and mostly intra-cellular in the polymorphonuclear cells of

in Osier and McCrae's System says that the large majority of

nerve-filaments are rendered first hypenesthetic and then succumb.

quent obliteration of the uterine cavity and complete atrophy of the organ.

indoctrination weeks 1 to 5) to graduation (at least six-

spread, so carefully observed, so critically studied, so voluminously

have treated a verj' large number of cases. This has afforded

through the sternum and ribs; the jugular veins were thrombosed and vas-

Nothing but the clinical finding will diffeientiate these two

encountered in general practice, and it is to their intelligent apprecia-

negative in its staining reaction. Although its viability outside

The details of a post-mortem exammation performed by

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typhoid eruption on the chest and abdomen snowed very clearly through

The author begins his preface with the statement that the history of