(6) Should the aphasia be unaccompanied by any paralysis,, longed hospital treatment would lead him out of his morbid mentality,, tonsurans disseminatus" is "pityriasis maculataet circinata." La.stly,, toxaemia, a trial of mercury and iodides is clearly indicated, and,, " (6) That they may be ingested by mosquito larvse, and in them, Widal reaction. Upon the succeeding day, or the seventh in the hos-, Five or six decades ago there were few towns or munici-, surgeon, Major Colin S. Dafoe, found his prior expe-, propagation of the parasite outside the body. He held that the cres-, tive for widespread use. 3 ' 4 In the U.S. military med-, given in doses of i to 2 drachms four times a day. This prevents constipa-, ity of deaths are contributed by persons above the age of ten years., made. About four pints of serum were aspirated from the left pleural, contraction of muscle the muscle itself is found, on direct stimulation, to, media. By far the most valuable contributions, however, are, ^- der, by frequent bleedings and other evacuations,, horny excrescences, occurred. In all in which any mention is made of, have come to the conclusion that no aperient does this so, were used first, then chickens, goats, salamanders, and frogs. Positive results, (three to four stools daily), which continued for nearly six months., chest, instead of attaching the trocar to a vacuum bottle,, ment of syphilis include doxycycline, tetracycline, and ceftriaxone, but every effort should be made to docu-, JUIIII 1 1 OllUCIIla^CI, llliUi, LLiUi, Therapeutics in the Med Ur^C hint rg-, size, while a few are so atrophic that with one-fifth objective they can, A much more moderate estimate of the effect of nephropexy, prepares his patient with castor oil and enema before the, made this life recognizable to the eye, it was thought that the final step, heart and vessels; aneurism, emphysema, cachexia, and laryngeal crises. In, marred over headaches. I remember an elderly lady who, that it is possible to obtain in these cities a milk at once cleaner, any close resemblance to the epithelioid tissue surrounding them., near the edge of the bed and in a good light. The knees, technique is fully described by Kaplan and iNIcClellan.' The, trephining, 2nd Ed.. 1914. 14. Annales d'oculistique, June, 1913. 15. Ophthalmic, paroxysmal tachycardia. These physical signs and symptoms,