2. Bernhardt. Seurolog. Centralblalt, 1894, xlii. 32l>

under anaesthesia if necessary ; when successfully performed

to consult a medical man, and whose first indication that any-

ments. He finds that the ordinary bougie, either metallic or soft, can be ren-

.s[)ecial care given to the diet of children who have suffered from trauma-

has done much to build up the reputation of the bone-setter

he again lost strength. The next winter (1894-95) he spent in Florida,

The apparatus, shown in the figure, is one which I devised,

teresting development of scientific pharmacy. Those who are

cur. This results from the close relationship which has been established

combination of pericardial friction sounds with other signs of

to find that typhoid fever prevailed more largely among those who had

flavit proxime^ " why the air pafllng through a nar.-

Those who take the spleen to be the important factor in

From their experience the authors draw the following

No. 4, p. 93) has observed a case of diffuse scleroderma in a young girl as a

of lectures which have been given mostly at the Queen's Hospital for

In reviewing this case, the violence of the pain stands out as the most

laryngeal stenosis, or less than two-thirds the mortality-rate of all diphtheria

the Polyclinic, and assisted by Drs. Hessert, Buford, Waters, Doepfner,

minimum number of foreign bodies can be determined ;

cles, and various diseases, the results of intramuscular injections of one to

more distended. With rare exceptions it has been only in such

deposit was stirred up, and the resulting fluid again centri-

paper read before the German Congress of Internal Medicine at Carlsbad,

Dr. Hbotor Mackekzir, 69 Welbeck St., Cavendish Sq., [x>ndon, W., Eng.

has shown to be the commonest initial lesion in adult tuber-

bronchophony is alluded to but not described, though pectoriloquy and

This dietetic bromide product was reported upon in these notes a short