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Griffith made reference to the variance in published statements regarding the frequency of perforation in typhoid fever in children, the general trend of opinion being that it was rarely seen.

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Cuvier observes f, that in a species of Lepas he found two nervous cords situated on the ventral surface of the body, with five double ganglia developed on them, from which were given oft' lateral filaments to supply the curled feet. The author regards this remedy and the poison of tetanus as directly antidotal. The educational helps enumerated are coming into our schools and community centers already, commercially.

For those who dislike the taste of the iodide: quotes from Xouvcau dictioiinaire complct du medecin praticicn a treatment for incomplete luxation of the teeth from traumatism: cent, solution of potassium chlorate. Such a condition, or any abnormal condition, of any part of the two great circuits that interferes with the normal flow of the blood must in some degree affect the action of the heart, and the greater the degree of extent of the abnormal condition the greater must be the disturbance of the heart; also, the longer the continuance of the abnormal conditions of the vessels the more serious will be the impairment or fatig-ue of the heart. There might also be an infectious endometritis, with a tender uterus and lochia always containing pus. Numerous illustrations of this fact are mentioned by the author. There can be no doubt that respiratory efficiency is an essential factor in the development of a healthy body, and further that such efficiency is sadly lacking in the young population of present day towns. When I read this paper before the American railway surgeons they said that the ten causes of infection mentioned in it ought to be posted up as the Ten Commandments in all emergency hospitals.

If the weather does not prove quite exceptional, there will be the bright light, the coolness, and the pure air for which Atlantic City is famous. Folliclis, on the other hand, once thought by many to be identical with acnitis, with which it has many clinical features in common, has been shown by Alexander in the Arcltiv fur Dermatologie und Syphilis, LXX, to be in all probability a tuberculosis. Dandelion is one of the commonest and best known of our indigenous plants. At the commencement of the disease, nostalgia resembles simple melancholia. Only the individual of freakishly supersensitive psychic organization is likely to be disturbed by the term nowadays. When, however, he ventures into the speculative and a priori field we cannot follow him with the.same confidence. It is undesirable, however, during a period of several months to continuously ofifer to infants a type of food which may not only lack safety, but in addition is recognizably deficient in antiscorbutic substances.

There was ascites, which with the nodular feeling on the surface of the tumor, and the rapid growth of the neoplasm indicated the presence of malignant disease.

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