and physical examination correspond accurately to the clinical picture

yellow in colour, and readily soluble in water. The solution does not

increase gradually. From three to six days' treatment is required, and the

Chemistry of the U. S. Phae.macop(Eia ; a Manual on the Science

corpuscles, with a high haemoglobin coefficient. There is great varia-

which power was lost, the more or less total disappearance of reflexes,

7.3. A second examination after the second injection showed haemoglobin

and Typhoid Groups by the Blood Serum of Cases of Cerebro-Spinal Fever,"

branes become exceedingly pale. The carotids pulsate visibly. Capil-

Hospital, there were 12 cases with syphilitic disease of the

functional value of a joint depends. The more complicated

very fubjeft to thefe difeafes ; becaufe in them the

massage is equally efficacious and free from danger. Pleuritic pain accom-

showing the evolution of nose, throat, and ear therapeutics. It has been

The literature of other complications of suppuration are

same period that the article of Weir first appeared, which he then de-

of this has now ceased. This apparent inconvenience has

down on his heels ; if this can be done without assistance it

Petroff (abstract of thesis in Im Gynecologie, February 15, 1899), as the result

mediately done. The trephine should be placed at the point where the

were attached. Microscopically there was found a groA^^th of round

ishes in length with the advent of uterine pains, increasing again as the

* Albert! Schultens Oratio acad. in mem. Hermanni BfijBf-

auricular impulses, and supplies an irregular scries of

of bougies into the ureters cannot be too highly commended as a means

ally quite reasonable in cost. This issue of the JSOM has my article on Guerrilla Warfare and Guerrilla

distention until shortly before. Autopsy. Great distention of sigmoid flexure

infection is spread in the above manner was that of the man

of a patient in whom, with the disappearance of symptoms,

being more than double that of the hiemoglobin, and that febrile chlo-

remedies — salicylic acid and sodium salicylate. The remedy has no marked

or recovers to be left with mental defect, amaurosis, deafness

graphic Study (Alfred E. Barclay), 895 ; The Diagnosis and Treatment

musculoskeletal injuries were evaluated on site at the

of constipation, for the late Dr. H. H. Symes-Thompson ' wrote