3 per cent., and complete failure in but 2 per cent ; and of 400 cases,
Structural defects of the heart muscle are not infrequently inherited.
and its consistency is not apparently increased. Histology of the liver :
constant relation existed between the appearance of cocci in the urine and
digestive tract. All the layers of the bowel are affected, the result being that
fracture or stress reaction; 51 men (4.9%) incurred a
different; during the night it ranged from 103.2° to 104.6°, and she
obtained. The tactics pursued are somewhat as follows : — the
media ; and Welty -' writes on the indications for the laby-
enemata are rejected or not tolerated, they must be replaced by hypoder-
First, the disease-producing bacteria should exert no other effect than
perative coDceptious, such as counting up to a certain number (arithrao-
the patient had had good health. The first symptom was a
is as v.'ell fibrosis of the kidneys and pancreas (Ledinghamj,
once in every two ventricular systoles, and that such was the case was
majority showed at the periphery a marginal zone of very small, club-
The work is composed of an introductory chapter, in which he con-
on seventy-seven post-mortem examinations made on children dying from
and forty-five years, 12 between forty-five and fifty-five years, and
was supported by the fact that the birds which became infected soon
after the employment of the Nissl stain, is in evidence of the same fact.
tertian, or, as in Ormerod's case, double quotidian. The rarity of the
the disease recurs, radium treatment may cause sloughing and
The palliative treatment by injection of iodoform glycerine
cover why the branch of the third nerve which supplied the levator
ually sink, and dies within a few days. Occasionally the shock is so
as in pachymeningitis hemorrhagica. These cases might be appropriately
for at least one week" and, "Following the injury, were
the attack, followed by considerable diminution of its volume on subsi-