tism. For the former he regards it as almost a specific, a true substitute for

Chronic Internal Hydrocephalus. — Rudolf Schmidt {Wiener Min. Wochen-

Xo case is undertaken in which the muscles respond only to

tracture, often with evidence of acute pain. In testing for Kernig's sign

the post-mortem findings in a case of acute poliomyelitis consecutive to a

stipated " from the day of his birth until the day of his death." Abdomen

min, no sugar, no casts, but deficient elimination of urea. In older

blunders result from this cause. Although mistakes may be

cord. Allen has now experimented further in this direction,

goo<l. Ocular movements very slow, and the patient cannot reach the

nent of the GCS and pulse oximetry (Spo2); and Group 3, Group 2 plus fully automated noninvasive blood

non-sensitive left foot. The sense of position was disturbed in the left little

disappearance, equally sudden, are against this view. More likely is it

patella reflexes found in all cases of paralysis agitans may be due to an

of the spleen, pallor, hemorrhages, wdema, and grave cachexia. Hippo-

asserts, and his views may be definitely ruled out of court.

In Hospital and Camp: The Civil War Through the Eyes of

reduced, and in many cases cured for a long period. It is

few tubercle bacilli, although it has been repeatedly examined, with

beginning to creep slowly but surely on. What then ?

minutes. The maximum height '150 mm. Hg.) was attained

of physiological solution of sodium chloride. The mixture is then agitated

borax and coal tar, and afterwards some cold cream or glycerine of starch

compare the conditions at the two periods. In no instance was the excretion

It is recommended that the reaction of the urine should

the body was generally brownish, but there were irregular areas of pigmen-

Downes's^ paper records the results of 22 consecutive cases

losis of the breast. Of these he rejects twenty-three as lacking in posi-

can succeed only in conditions to which they deny the name ptosis.

angina, only 47, or 37 per cent., reacted. Patients with gonorrhoea reacted

Seventy cases, presumably non-tuberculosis, were examined

of the two animals compared. It was found that the spleen

infancy which are not benefited by its use, when given alone

after recovery from typhoid fever." Tuberculosis is not mentioned at