certe bene cperiri : " In autumn, fays he, we ought not

taken place that the heart was drawn over to the right side of the sternum.

the erect posture, the greater curvature falls about one inch

Whenever the shadow of the foreign body comes within one

bed frequent spusin was seen in the muscles of the lower extremities. There

The figures are not absolutely correct, because the records have not

in suitable doses, not only in amenorrhoea but in menorrhagia,

extremely busy but I believe we all have enough minutes a day/hours a week to spend some engaged in "nondu-

Soon after the examination the patient was taken with colicky pains, the

a similar description. As in the case of all ruptured tendons, the proper

good for coryza, tonsillitis, bronchitis, febricula, etc.

cases has been attributed to the liberation from the parenchyma

tively increased vocal resonance and tactile fremitus. The withdrawal

he felt, when a son of his died of smallpox, that he had not had him

» Hemmeter. DiaeaiBea of tbe Stomacb, 1897, p. 476. • Leabe. Loc. cit.

day : — " The people are dying like flies from malaria. The

normal anatomy and fractures — as well as to locate

paralysis of both legs, and sensory disturbances, which spread to the

duced by pressure by aneurisms at the beginning of the arch.

burden imposed by compensation to workmen will not be

deflection in this region should be remedied. When once a

the onset, and then attempts to explain the precise relationship which

tlie gastro-iutestinal tract, the local signs being perhaps only a painful

the best are galvanism to the cervical portion of the nerve,

eight beats. The author quotes a case of a dropsical man in

a case of hemorrhagic diathesis with leucocytosis the reaction was obtained.

this was deferred, and the child recovered without. From the absence

of the lungs will be of value in determining the presence of tuberculous foci