ancient proce^, and probably the earliest of the three, because of its

another habit may follow; in their stead the patient receives a "neutral

surface, and finally laid open to view a cavity, the pelvis or the pelvic

in adult life are relatively few, but may take place under the same

served showing different grades of nuclear division.

" Wander " malt extract with paraffin . . - . . goi

apt to be very intense, is often localized at the occiput, and

the wound enlarged, the intestines overhauled — when, in a word, search

trary to what we find in three-fourths of the well -recognized cases of

pelled with such ease twenty minutes later that I was convinced at the

was normal ; the left ureter could not be found ; the right ureter was

successful administration of food from the onset. Hence, small

ipation producing kinking of the bowel through the weight of the

green vegetables, and non-proteid desserts, I ate for breakfast six eggs,

Dr. Skene has now employed electro-haemostasia in over two hundred

commendable features of this review is the discussion of the influence

crown of X-ray diagnosis. The difficulties are not few, and

of typhoid fever. The face was flushed, the temperature 103.4" ; there

perceptible. It is therefore a conspicuous sign in estimating the rapid-

provide an ability to evaluate the bony structures for

With these reuio-depressants are to be classed as well such

three cases — those of Borgherini, Dana, and Redlich. In the cases of

The continuance of this treatment at subsequent periods was successful. —

extending into the ventral median fissure, was usually found thickened.

lead to a suspicion of syphilis. The present writer can endorse

have been able to find any record was reported by Pozzi' in 1874. The

tarily as an impulse prompted by an imperative conception, the patient

existed for eighteen years, but caused no symptoms until the patient had

gone before, but there are few instances of any systematic endeavor to

of neglect, as indicated in the last parao;raph. It is seen most

is often due to some other cause. Some are of undoubted

pf weather, fatigue, journies, irregular diet; fo that

rule, even in the sickest patients. The writer deduces from the above that

to walk about without fufficlent cloaths, nor with-

a day she had massage of the legs and feet for forty minutes ; once a

gastric region. Pain was present over the same area. July 14th, fric-

oj the Medical Sciences, Vol. CXLVI., No. 4, October, 1913. 17. Journal oj the