and attrition outcomes among BUD/S trainees by evaluating a combination of administrative
As to mortality, the figures vary between 60 per cent. (Debove and
Beevor has pointed out " a coincidence, and a remarkable
Dr. Johns of Bournemouth. The history of the case is as follows: — Two
medicine to believe that the same remedies given by two different men
writing and looking at each one. Repeat the numerals from
whole, clean and well-to-do people; and its failure to so markedly lower
ever, just as likely — certainly in many cases — that it is a later change
act unfavorably upon the blood and kidneys, and children are liable to an
are intact ; it is pure " word-dumbness." There has been
lute rest in bed; continued mechanical support of bandages, etc., after the
liams tracheal tone may not occur with percu^ion over the manubrium
drawal was made. This resistance was overcome with a sudden jerk
is consequent on the fact that its author is an instrument-maker and
nipple. >She had been struck at this point by the handle of a pitch-fork
taken sick the patient attended a public entertainment in one of the
Atrophic Marasmus of Nurslings.— In the British Medical Journal, May
poisons absorbed from the gastro-intestinal tract, and that
the aid of a dental syringe completes the recovery ; but a large probe may
believes that the cutaneous emphysema was caused by the pressure of gas,
good pension for life, if permanently incapacitated. Some with
* Welch. Iioc. cit. * I^ebert. Quoted by Welch, loc. cit.
Relationship to Adenoma. — Simple tumours of the breast
The story of their efforts is too long to be set forth here,
reflex, simple narrowing of the pupils during an attempt to close the
Bronchocele. — Dr. Edmund W. Holmes, Demonstrator of Anatomy in
[We recently had occasion to observe the appendages in a case of triplets.
appeared normal at birth ; there was a caput and moulding of the head,
The most common ending (about half the cases) was by coma, or what
milliamperes. It was necessary to discontinue the examination, as the