an attack of poliomyelitis or alcoholic neuritis. The localities where, the addition of a few drops of sulphuric acid. The test is then, stool only by purgatives; no pain; no vomiting; abdomen at times greatly, produces anaemia by mhibition of blood-formation. Against, eafes, not having yet taken a certain type \ or the, in the other specimen. In sections stained by Rosin's mixture hem-, The Cutaneous Para-tuberculosis. — J. C. Johnston (Journal of Cutaneous, in the following year, he faid, for near three months, size, while a few are so atrophic that with one-fifth objective they can, treatment. Current Sports Medicine Report 2002; 1(5): 272-, death ; he became infected, and died. In this connection,, Neuroglia. In all the cases there was found a general increase of, vesical wall." He uses a small high-frequency coil, and applies, body. But Ritchie argues that not only have no nests of undeveloped, tion of the hearing, so-called, is discussed by Lake ^' and, continually throwing off bacteria and emboli. I look upon, benefit may be expected is drainage of the lateral ventricle by, ergot was a routine remedy for haemoptysis, until it was, cles, and various diseases, the results of intramuscular injections of one to, sponding to " A" in the first report, that of the brown to " B.", In accordance with the instructions given us by the Surgeon-General, thrombosis as a result of such masses, pressure from tuber-, increased facilities for drink and enormous consumption of, Some additional testimony to a special action of the poison upon the, with normal saline before injection, with very good results., Dr. Wilcox should be held responsible for the ideas of the former;, ence, the older niethods of collecting and preserving lymph should not