only through the diaphragm and accessory neck muscles.
for kraurosis, he easily explains by their sense of shame and the fear of
water; and strychnine and belladonna, with abdominal massage, are indi-
being th« portal of entry. In other forms of meningitis, in
awakens visual, gustatory, olfactory, tactile, and possibly
4. The undoubted evidence which confirms the author in the opinion that
ing of the papillae, and in this growth epithelial cells may be separated
erance or intolerance of various drugs in early life. There was nothing
epidermis, with a general inflammatory condition of the coriuni and sub-
originality and does great credit to the author. He .seems to have included
of lung, which is common in young children, is irregular in
and pathological description, and could furnish no valuable etiological
letters of the words Aro. Philo. A little after, all
clinical condition, he was told as well that there was grave
the application of fresh air and sunlight in dwellings, factories,
he died, his temperature rising to 102' before death. The post-mortem
Elsworth Smith, of St. Louis {Interstate Med. Journ., May,
lie thyroid, the pancreas, the uterus, and, above all, the liver have been
lus tumor adv-nrtebatur ^ omnis aulem adtc^Sus dolorem
lung. The explanation for the sound being demonstrable during inspi-
of some causes of chronic indigestion. The latter, we are sure, will
with picro-carmine, and afterward by the Marchi method. The picric
deltoid on the two sides of the body. But it is especially
cultures, a very large gonococcus. This biscuit-"fehaped appearance is best
After aseptic suturing of two coils of intestine, the serous coats were soon
rare complication of scarlatina, which has been observed by Rauchfuss only
the ear in acute otitis media were of service. Respecting the duration of the
cases with 27 deaths, or a mortality of 14.5 per cent. I have not many
When the systolic blood-pressure has been obtained, the stetho-
cision to the cut edge of skin below the last. This operation resembles