is not usually clear. Often there is rupture of a peri-oesophageal abscess, a

The total number of claims under the Act now number

just described, and sometimes a permanent opening has been

Implantation into the bowel could only be considered when it is found

the reaction — puzzle him as much as the rest of us, and he merely states

iealt with the vesical symptoms usually subside. This could

ties, and the patient has fallen into a pleafaat fleep

that it is sensitive to the action of light, and that it irritates nasal and laryn-

isolated stomach of normal animals, where it is, therefore, uncertain in

versalis colli or posterior scapulary artery secured and the muscles attached

be important in reducing the number of stress frac-

joining towns, I did not see him until one hour later. At that time he

hepatic syphilis and a spleen twice its normal size.

Experiments upon animals proved that the fungus was pathogenic. It

roundings by periuephritic inflammation from the infected contents of

and as one of the causes of the loss of peristaltic power. It seems, how-

was the cause of death. As a rule, the cadaver presents a high grade of

query whether the other line of treatment would not have been better.

rabbits were immediately taken up in large numbers by the epithelial cells.

some degree. A man of about 40 to 50, apparently robust,

nephritis the changes begin and are most marked in the cortex, and if

and use of the device, and can reliably provide films of

seen, the protoplasm is wholly converted into dark brown masses, the nucleus

Consulting Physician to St. Mary's Hospital, and to the Hospital for Sick

seen in the bone-marrow. The gameti forms of the sestivo-auturanal

other things to be attended to. The palienl's nutrition and the blood-

common to meet with a number of small cysts, or occasionally a large

not divided. During this consecutive division of the partition walls the

The natural result was to insist upon earlier operations. With earlier

(pain, vomiting, constipation, distention) and continued. Under observation.

(Esophagus above and also below the stricture, inserting a finger into the