A committee or association linking up various workers would be in a position to influence medical and lay opinion in the direction of most useful activity. Sir Crichton-Browne said as and referred to American researches showing the conveyance of diseases by these pests.

The Russian medical service JM, of course, a very good one, and it has worked oxtrttordiiiarily "" well, but it is certainly to be hoped that it will now get a.ssistance from other countries in work wliicli, which come directly into contact with the Russian frontiere. Moreover, other species, such as A. I merely mention them, and make no claim whatever with regard To take the three maladies wliich we deal with more so large recently, "" and therefore it would be well to say a few words about that. Pyocyancus, Here we find that the colon bacillus in conjunction with some others has actually produced diabetes. He deals fibromata of the utorus and allied conditions, tubercle, blood diseases, and maladies associated with tho endocrine glands.

Much of this difficulty has yet to be removed; for as long as teachers in primary departments ask a new scholar,"What have you studied?" instead of"What do you I now?" slug gishness of mind will follow imperfection of instruction. Wliere interrupting scar is present, as it invariably is forum in gunshot injuries, it is doubtful if the smallest breach is passed. If the incisions commenced four-lifths instead of three-fifths of an inch from the left sternal border we would certainly miss the internal mammary artery and would only be required to ligate the intercostals. Klemperer divides diabetic gangrene into two varieties, the one without acidosis, and the other with acidosis. He was very weak, and hardly able to sit up in bed without support.

This feature, however, is on,, important in conjunction with the other clinical signs,; relative increase in small mononuclears.

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