I., a woman physician well known for her work in public health, especially as a lecturer on school hygiene and the social diseases, persuaded Miss Knipp to join her in arranging for a conference on the subject of Infant Mortality. Compression neuropathy of this nerve at the ankle may be manifested by wasting of the extensor digitorum brevis muscle and loss of sensation over the web between the great and second toes. They may be varied to suit the individual whose prognosis is absolutely bad and whose outcome depends not upon"if" but upon"when," which is best exemplified in the man or woman of sixty-odd exhibiting symptoms due to hypertension. University of California, Los Angeles; of California Medical School, Berkeley-San Francisco, was a retired member of the San Mateo County Medical a retired member of the Los Angeles County Medical of the Santa Clara County Medical Society. Never from necessity, nor scarcely from convenience, nor habit, until that period, was he known to have carried a walking-stick of any kind.

The treatment is degenerative character, which may be produced by a The term onychia is applied to some forms of these alterations. The Pellegrino echoed the Willard report in urging that medical and rehabilitation of the role of the general on secondary and tertiary care, while most of The Education of Physicians for Primary Care, an important and thoughtful document, Alpert It would seem that Pediatrics and Internal Medicine need to reach some rational decisions in relation to family practice. The three or four following visits I paid him, presented scenes little varying from the one I have above been attempting to describe. These figures always came from the left side, and did not remain for more than a minute, and were known to be unreal. A few cases are also recorded of congenital dislocation of the phalanges, at either the metacarpophalangeal or interphalangeal articulations, and in a palmar, dorsal, or lateral direction. Cases of gout are clinically placed observed. Of twenty-nine cases in which the small intestine and mesenteric nodes were examined, sixteen presented disluut changes.

It was soon discovered that he was infected with tuberculosis and the sheriff of the county was confronted with the problem of his care.

The report was adopted, with the exception of an item of this was ordered to stand over until an investigation had been made into an allegation that one of the" sisters'" had been guilty of Ritualistic death of Louisa Morgan, a patient in that institution. The"'ght after he wenf E he again had an attack. Some writer with a flare for catchy headlines might very properly use this caption: Twin Gallbladders with Dual Personalities, or the Fragility of the Veins as a Factor in the Production of From the Medical Section Employees Hospital THE preponderance of women in groups of we consider the fact that many more doses of arsphenamine are given to men than to women.

I believe, from long observation, that two good scratches, one inch long, well charged with lymph, will produce such a congeries of vesicles as will be as powerful and preventive as any four punctures; and further, the marks will occupy more are.t and show more distinct formation, and there can be no shadow of a doubt in my mind of the immunity conferred.

I find my experience at Mentone confirmed by that of Dr. Precautions must be taken not to permit any air to cuter. He was beloved by the entire battalion. If the eschiir do not show itself, the subject is dead; if it be yellow and transparent, the subject is dead; if'it be black or of a reddish-brown, the subject is living.


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