during his college years. He now complains, after a few years of ces-

tiuiform eruptions for years afterward. The first of these rashes hap-

account of this difhcult subject. The polymorphonuclear leucocytes are

to interference with its growth. On the other hand, such shortening was

5. Burning the candle at both ends. This consists of over-

harshness, I believe, to the extreme brevity of the cord. The fact that

well forward, so as to make the cribiform plate accessible.

Flexner and Jobling, in the 47 cases they first recorded

larity of the pulse. The importance of the subject is fully

menced, the doses being increased to a maximum of ten drops three times a

varied from Ij^ to 3, or on one occasioa 5 per cent Kausch subjected Exner's

motion was employed and the arm dressed, so that the forearm muscles


which includes medical recuperation, money, politi-

was a self-made neurasthenic for medico-legal purposes, but I hoped pro-

in which splenectomy has been performed outside of the limited number

Mountain Troops and Medics: Wartime Stories of a Frontline

logically, partly by some lesion of the central nervous system

maizes no reference to Wild's criticism, it is probable that he no longer holds to this theory.

The area of cardiac dulness was not enlarged and there were no mur-

placed with a sterile platinum loop, and the tubes put in an incubator, the

undergo depression under its influence. During this depression

, Use of in emergencies ? (J. D. Mortimer) .... 867

physicists ; but the author rightly " trusts that the form of the book will

inject the fluid at low pressures, except in a few cases for