1Lenhoss^k and the Marchi method. The nerve-cells stained by thionin
2be needed, but the after-treatment will be carried out in much the same
3in 13 that it was weaker than the right ; in a definite statement is
4symptoms ? Yet, generally speaking, he will be prepared to
6The assumption, on page 318, that a cardiac murmur in the absence
73. Hammond. "Astasia and Abasia, with the Presentation of a Case." New York Medical
8quently riding twenty-five miles in the evening after his day's work. His
9The favorable state of affairs following this operation was temporarily
10to travel upwards, and thereby imposing upon the heart an
11the time of its appearance is variable, in some cases being late and in
13the apex the first sound was impure ; no murmur was heard. The belly
14> I^onssur les Auto-intoxications dans les Maladies, etc.
15The discharge from a uterine cancer not infrequently con-
16operation done ; no stricture found ; wound closed. Second laparotomy two
17over 70 per cent, for the first 255 cases in hospital. In the
18plasm, and contained pigment like that of the j)roteosoma, as well as
19All the urine used by this method had first been tested as to its toxicity
20During the subsequent fall term I tested the same men while in actual
21fever and restlessness, or by a feeling of great coldness, which has been
22marked, right-angled kink of the appendix was discovered.
23*' he was rendered paralyticj^ and incapable of mov-
24by levelling the base of the antro-nasal partition, special
25pling tremulousness of Parkinson's disease. There is, indeed, little
27more soluble in boiling water. If the crystals or tablets containing the
28ty for significant infection. Barium sulfate placed on
29The heart presents the picture of an extreme myocarditis. The
30contributes a case of probable injury to the jugular bulb,
31due to embolism. They showed the same structure as the growths in the
32locally has been in default. Of late years, I have noticed