Choyce, dean of and teacher of Operative Surgery in the London School of Clinical Medicine, etc., etc.

It is also valuable for the with it and thus lose much of their disagreeable taste and effect. In some of these, if I remember correctly, the disease likewise extended to the forearms, and frequently the feet were exempted. The diagnosis of gastric carcinoma was then found to be wrong, and the disease proved to be carcinoma of the lower end of the ccsophagus. An abbreviation standing for per decern. Roux and his pujiils, and others, have found that not only the medulla, but also the saliva of infected aninuils is infectious f(n' other animals for from twenty-four to forty-eight have developed.

This has caused a ridge around the abdomen about half way between umbilicus and pubis. The cavity is irrrcgular in shape, bulging laterally, and constricted, sometimes closed at the diaphragm and An abscess resulting from tuberculosis of the bodies of the lower dorsal or upper lumbar vertebr.i;- will, as a rule, perforate the psoas sheath. Furthermore, the almost invariable coincidence of gastroptosis and nephroptosis and the frequency of hyperchlorhydria, hyperesthesia, and pyloric spasm practically does away with the older interpretation of that dubious syndrome, Dietl's crisis. In a number the reaction was very much more marked after the second injection. In Swinburns' clinic twenty-seven per cent had middle ear disease. In making such a puncture it must be remembered that the lluid is often thick, so that a negative rcsidt from the use of a small needle means nothing. The lesions are large and Acne atrophica is characterized by the formation of small atrophic Acne artificialis is rather a cHnical variety, the residt, usually, of large doses of the bromides or iodides, the lesion being identical location, and lesions situated at the sites of the sebaceous glands.

There are efforts for colon, in the small colon full of gas. In the present case the entire resection was performed in a four-year-old mare which had purulent arthritis of the temporo-maxillary joint as sequelae of a punctured A niDHth after the accident, there was on the left temporomaxillary joint a round swelling, as big as half an orange, warm, painful, with fibrous consistency and having a solution of continuity in its center, partly closed with granulations. Bartholomew's were of so much benefit to Mr. His remarks, which were vcr)' just and appropriate. An excess of the acid will cause solution jof the precipitate. Accord ing to Diodorus the Orphic Mysteries were in large degree a repetition of the Egyptian, while the Greek legislators, philosophers and mathematicians whom I have named drew their knowledge from the same source; all of which is probably a very gross exaggeration. There was this advantage in animal vaccination, that there was no doubt about the lymph; and, as to the quantity which could be obtained, if several calves were operated upon every week by experienced men, there would be no difficulty in carrying on the lymph from calf to call', and keeping it up in an unimpaired condition for any length of time. If the Council confined itself to its own he did not approve of), it was too small in number; but. I have recently seen a very severe case of typhoid, in which the premonitory symptoms lasted for a fortnight before the occurrence of rigors and the definite onset. It may be coutined to the costal pleura or may involve also the diaphragmatic or pulmonary pleura.


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