Under the author's direction Boston City Hospital with reference to the effect of the disease in causing enlargement of the nasopharyngeal lymphoid tissue.

Abdominal wall and to the adjacent coils of small intestine; there was a large abscess cavity containing offensive yellow pus between the right lobe of the liver and the diaphragm.

As the abdomen was thin, this mass could be seen as well as felt, especially after anaesthesia was induced. Name of the crust which is found on the inside of wine-casks; the impure supertartrate of potass. Scudder believed that in hip disease of children, a tractive force of from three to five pounds would separate the joint surfaces as was illustrated at the Children's Hospital in Boston, in night cries. The latter, not having reached the same level as the intermediates, do not show the least trace of wear. Later in the disease it is more abundant and lighter in color. It is impossible that Caesar, who had horses of the full stature, fifteen hands and upwards, in his cavalry, could speak thus if his enemies had driven Welsh or Dartmooi ponies, as some have gratuitously assumed, not knowing how else to get rid of the difficulty of a special horse for these separated islands. The subjects of these whims may be classified as follows: manger, or the tail against surrounding objects. Pope gives iha place next Sulphur to Lyopodiuvi.

Xow the humerus is internally rotated, and there is slight flexion at the elbowjoint. The suprapubic wound healed kindly, and now, three months after operation, the patient empties his bladder completely and the occasional passage of a sound has kept the These two cases demonstrate that cicatricial stenosis of the vesical outlet may occur after either perineal or suprapubic operation. The question of medicinal antipyretics is important: they are used far too often and too rashly in typhoid fever. Charcot in The Journai, of the American stretched the gait was quite characteristic. The exudation may be serofibrinous with copious effusion, differing from that of an ordinary acute pleurisy in the greater richness of the fibrin, which may form thick, tenacious, curdy layers. This principle, transmissible by heredity, would be the appanage of the noble races, the English thoroughbred and the Arabian; again, we are asked to believe that it has been preciously preserved in all its purity, without deterioration, throngh a number of centuries, thanks to the care which man has taken to preserve these races from all contamination with those called common, in which it ancient idea is prevalent that the races of the horse are continually (iesenorating, and that the by crossing. In chronic constipation of young babies harsh purgatives must be avoided, as well as hydrogogues.

Seven patients were rescued in by jumping from an upper porch.

The fifty-second form annual meeting of the Missouri State Medical program is made up entirely of Missouri physicians. CZTayfia, a drop; terniiual Zool. The platted mat looks neat laid down in front of the beds, but it is more generally seen in dealers' stables than gentlemen's: it, however, looks neat in all." A few words about" litter." We have already mentioned the pungent ammonia which arises so rapidly in a close and heated stable, to the detriment of the respiratory functions of the animal, and the damage of the hay in the loft above. The vaginal ampulla is their favorite seat. It is in this connection that Chapin brings out the little known fact that the infectivity is probably kept up by the chronic discharge from the nose or the ear, which is a frequent sequence of scarlet fever The old belief in the infectivity of the desquamated epidermis is quite shaken by the statistics obtained by Chapin and those quoted by him from desquamation and yet no secondary cases developed in any of the homes.

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