that pregnancy can never be excluded on a priori grounds of

showed a positive reaction at 1 : 30 and her blood at 1 : 200. Eight days

Delivery of the Arms in Breech Cases. —In the British Medical Journal,

B.M.A. terminology is used, but happily in most cases the old terms are

no longer indicated. At the same time cold baths are to be given, and, pos-

sterilize the gut, and would not injure its strength or make it brittle, if em-

in this direction are, as I pointed out before, inconclusive.

duodenum is disappointing, and in places inaccurate. The symptoms

by the end of a day or two at the latest, but no voluntary motion may

makes a brilliant diagnosis, through his very ignorance of how

In the succeeding three months the left pleura was aspirated seven

When one is satisfied that the cavity is clean, an opening

able, so that dystocia was complete. In another instance labor had continued

and more, as he himself becomes faced with manifestations

worth while, nevertheless, to keep burning brightly that puri-

is to have recourse at once to inflation by catheter or

oration, fpoken publicly to the miemory of this great

1. The primary lesions of tuberculosis in children is regularly in the bron-

The onset is not so sudden in typhus, and the rash is dis-

in suppression from shock or after total excision, and an inflammatory

modem observers. He believed that in this affection the

of polyuria the patient drank large quantities of water both day and

The wall of the womb was very thin where the placenta had been attached,

of any importance coming from the perforating branches of

disappeared by the 9th day. In irradiated rats, he got per-

transmission of malaria is not a new one. It was first advanced many

causes which produce hypertension and acidosis, we may keep

months the attention of the patient is attracted to the existence of a

'^*>,000 soldiers and about the same number of residents. Both soldiers

9. Manson. Brit. Med. Joum., 1898, vol. ii. p. 849.