opinion that the bullet lay within the antrum, and this proved
which these rare cases have yielded to quinine, and the fact that quinine
diagrammatically in light and dark lines, resi>ectively, upon the accom-
in the course or termination of the disease, signs of myocardial weakness
Knopsel has recorded instances of double infection with measles and scar-
reality or falsity of the claim made by some to widen the
become a habit it is decidedly injurious, and should be stopped. Constipa-
The tendency of the present day is to exaggerate the
in the cells in the anterior cornua of the spinal cord. These
ties of Nepal's two largest government supported hos-
with absolute freedom from fever — as tuberculosis — which give an intense
the pelvis of the kidney and the ureters through a Kelly speculum. The
primarily a disease of the spinal cord. Here we find the most marked,
lung and bronchial glands, when one lung only may be
micrometer, but this was very soon given up, on account of the enor-
the prolonged absorption of the products of intestinal bacteria
According to Grassi, Bignami, and Bastianelli, the temperature at
It is accompanied with marked intermittence or irregularity of both
tired, and during the last few days had been troubled by accumulation
is present requiring removal, such as a thickened synovial fringe
student on graduation is usually competent to diagnose the cases illus-
smaller ones ; but this precaution was in some manner overlooked.
time a course which resembled closely the chart of a typhoid patient,
finger, it causes an immense deal of mental perturbation.
cells, and very little, and in some cases no, action at all on the
requires surgical treatment, as do constantly recurring attacks. — Tke New
specimen presents a rounded eminence, situated over the left auricle,
68 cm. (2()| in.). Coils of intestine and vermicular movements visible; tym-