2Thus, a cursory examination of the references failed to reveal any to the
3more immediately, to the muscles of articulation, as well as to
4Irelaxed, that no motion, and fcarce any fenfation,
5in that choice list of British subjects whom the Queen delighted to honor.
8observed when we study the distribution of the disease among the
10due to the spread from within as to the spread from without.
11family, and your fellow Airmen, Soldiers, and Sailors and
13changes, but, on the whole, their condition was fairly good, certainly
14stipated " from the day of his birth until the day of his death." Abdomen
16An important factor is, 1 think, alimentary toxaemia. One
17Was well at 6 p.m. ; died during the night. Post-mortem showed
18which is made up of injuries that are manifested only at a remote period
19Medical Registrar and Assistant Pathologist, Guy's Hospital, etc.
22rupture, and stretching of the nerve-sheaths. None of these have been demon-
24microscope. Fifteen years later (!), the patient having remained perfectly
25cretinism. Edgeworth suggests that achondroplasia may be due to a disturb-
26problem, and awaiis its final solution. At one time, I believed
27iu none of them was syphilis considered the cause of the disease ; in
28as a rule, are not serious. Thus, we get all the symptoms
29Case V. — Operator, Frascani. Female, aged sixteen years. No
33at times appear in the stools ; but, on the whole, it is a
34* Transactions Clinical Society of Ixindon, 1896, xxix. 201.
35patient in this case underwent lateral canthotomy with release of the inferior crus of the lateral canthal liga-
36for advancement of the levator. In the first operation he everted the
37—In the Centralblatt Jur Gyiidkologie, 1899, No. 5, Westphalkn reports an
38Long ere the child has begun to articulate, its ears have
39of the entire organ and as much of the vas deferens as
40walled aneurismal sac of the ascending arch, which was not larger than
4110,975 births of dead children, and that of these 248 were craniotomies. Of