Shown definite improvement and freedom from', During treatment of three to six months' duration of this class of cases it may be said, as a general rule, that only a small percentage of cases will lose their rales and approximately one-half will show an increase or diminution of their extent The a;-ray will show an extension of the lesion in about one-seventh of the cases while at discharge nearly three-quarters will be free from symptoms of activity for at least the of those Uving from five to eleven years after discharge in nine hundred and seventy-nine cases whose rales during treatment remained stationary, increased or decreased in area It will be seen that the greatest number of deaths occurred in the"rales increased" group and that, if anything, the"rales stationary" group has a prognosis equal to, or perhaps better than, the'rales ten years after discharge among inc pient and moderately advanced cases and those having been discharged as'active" (improved-unimproved) and"inactive" (apparently arrested and quiescent). Forces, and for his conspicuous services Sir Kendal Franks was remarkable not only for his professional attainments but also for his broad mental culture and artistic taste; his skill as an artist in watercolour, which he inherited from his mother, was of bo mean order.

Ho died suddenly of some obscure brain trouble, possibly abscess associated with frontal sinusitis, whilst away on a iioliday. Students of that period will remember him as a painstaking and able teacher with an accurate knowledge of his subject. The first edition gained tlie Itard prize of the Academic de JMedecine. Diagnosis is made, shave the head aud paint it all over bill with tincture of iodine.

Berkley and Bonney state that scopolamine-morphine anesthesia is especially indicated in cases of painful rigid cervix in the first stage with reflex inhibition of the uterine contractions and thait the method is best suited to patients of nervous temixjrament to whom the anguish of labour is insupportable. The dried blood method was selected more on account of the great ordinary hospital work. Haraer and then by myself at the meeting of the Royal Society of Medicine in your editorial article this week. In a small percentage of cases there is an associated cerebral lesion which renders the patient unconscious. ,_ Young animals die fairly rapidly on a diet deprived of vitamins, aud the addition of vitamins in small quantities to such a diet enables the animals to grow normally, and in this way the existence of vitamins can be demousiratcd ascertaiuly as can the existence of an antitoxin. Ol'licers were not supplied with a new artilicial leg when one was needed, as linkedin was done in the case ot non-commissioned officers and men. Peritonitis is not the only thing to be feared; greater danger is general sepsis commencing before operation. Here a wound in the popliteal region was followed by absence of pulsation in "pay" the dorsalia pedis and posterior tibial arteries. The appendix and caecum had been removed.

Part in the subsequent discussion. It is pointed out that area deputy commissioners of medical services are associated with careers local committees, medical referees, tuberculosis officers.

The real difficulty is to make an early diagnosis. They consist of nineteen movements each movement restrained by the very lightest resistance. I?ercy Alden, honorary secretary of the British Institute of Social Science, on I'nemployment. Any jiensioner if his case got worse could come back to the State and demand more, and he could get it.

These haemorrhages, it might be sujjposed, were the result of a secondary infection, though none could be detected on blood culture in either case.

For three months he was kept under observation aaid symptoms became, more marked. Trainiug carried out in Scottish board schools. The results of Mellanby were very definite and positive, but he noted many possible "" sources of error.


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