an electric current through the spinal cord by placing one electrode on

Jlure of the dem, he had well-nigh lojl his life ; being a

occurrence of stress fracture during BUD/S training.

mercury, antitoxic serum, he endeavors to prove, exert their power by

mation of a diagnosis of spleno-medullary leukaemia.

of impulses from cortical to spinal neuron, and from sensory to motor

flavit proxime^ " why the air pafllng through a nar.-

Allbutt classifies the rashes as petechial, erythematous.

we have included all the protracted malarias among our list of the

country, and any attempt to draw up a scheme for three

success with teams competing at various events to a

The first case I saw was on December 29, 1906, when

remember that the abnormal focus may exist for several years

spend time with the families, I understand it's difficult to justify another four or five days away from home. But you

thing special in the nature both of uraemia and of some of

/>i;?M«;i«4j.— Meningitis may occur in influenza, and the

The No. I, whilst being almost free from noticeable tint, trans-

from their normal relations with each other and with their basement

with ite form but also with the period of the process ; (3) it is not only elim-

of degeneration is not present. From rachitis it may be differentiated by

necrosed. The mucosa of the trachea and bronchi showed purulent catarrh.

Adhesion of the Membranes as a Cause of Delayed Labor. — In the O/t-

peeling off, but otherwise normal The lungs overlie the heart and are

tory system, escape notice. He says that when Wild believes this per-

could be found by Professor Symmers ; these cases were just

fish. The cases are remarkable for the variety of manifestations, the length

tion, and dryness of the throat appeared. Several days later she had double

does not know how much. Since the spring of 1896 she has had no

the case when I showed him one evening at the Philadelphia Neurolog-

except in the case of epidemic disease. The origins of