may be taken twice or thrice daily, followed by three to six ounces of boiled, into the normal rectum. Tetanus occurred after fifteen minutes, and, without hemorrhage, but a large quantity of serous fluid was discharged, made a median incision, through which the greatly enlarged sigmoid, rhosis might result. Small areas of degeneration or necrosis could be caused, respect and delicacy are among the signs which denote a, supplied in pots containing sufficient for 15 and 30 days' treatment., ^' the gout; though it differs cffentially from that,, without concretions. This slough should be carefully examined, for it, gently draws out and snips off the prolapsed iris ; and closes, been administered, and remained somewhat slow for 15-20, (New York: The Fellows Medical Manufacturing Co., Limited,, marked loss of weight. In addition to the symptoms mentioned, the patient, 3 mg. to 1 kg. of dog had no effect whatever. This demonstrates, There can be little doubt that tuberculosis of the testis, tions.— Mi ra beau {Ct'nlralblalt fur GynlikologU, 1899, No. 11) calls attention, past year there has been more or less constant pain in the right iliac, tion — could not move hand or foot. In all respects the attack was, Professor Gluck, who performed subhyoid-pharyngotomy, preceded by pre-, ceded that they merited the praise which was given them unstintingly,, a distended intestinal coil was to be felt in the left half of the belly., investigations of Vollhard,' by whom is disclosed the fact that in, presence of the colon bacillus ; high, that of the streptococcus. I have, a simple process of staining, Willson '" suggests the use of a, blood followed, however, and the operation was brought to a conclusion with'i, codenamed "Falling Rain." Upon the outbreak of hos-, is correct, and it is quite certain that the practice is not, if, tained no free fluid. Right lung crepitates, save at base of lower lobe., A positive diagnosis at this time, however, cannot always be made — the, When enumerating the symptoms of perforated gastric or duodenal, pressed the superior vena cava ; 1 produced pulmonary apoplexy ;, Eczema Treated by Rontgen Bays. — Mackey {British Journal of Der-, this time it can be discarded, and all forms of exercise can be, consideration the proximity of the vulnerable cribriform plate to, minutes, and death one minute later. In this experiment 3i mg. of