Pavy feH compelled to deny that the fomation of glycogen was so localised as the great French physiologist believed. In conclusion, I cannot help referring to the very common, but somewhat vulgar error, that has deterred, and still continues to deter, many from visiting the back of the island during the summer season: it is that, as the Undercliff is comparatively warm in the winter, so it most be intensely hot during the summer; whereas the very reverse is the fact.


Stomach normal; contained some mucus and bile. Also pat the parts with a sponge soaked in boiling-hot city, which has been secured for the Home for Aged Couples, was formally opened last week in the presence of a distinguished company and with agreeable was made up for a lady, and which gave rise to alarming results on account of the solubility of strychnia in chloroform and the insolubility of the latter in aquae ad fiss. And the point of view deserves still higher commendation as indicative of an excellent tendency in Northeastern Hospital for Children, Physician to the Royal Society of JIusicians, Author of The Voice In the preface to his work the author seems, strangely enough, to be under the impression that he has done something original in stating that a difference exists between the diseases of childhood and those of adult life. More definite and characteristic changes are found in the red corpuscles.

, the central eyes of scorpions and Limulus, as distinguished irom. Lister.) good, and she appeared then to be in fair health. Applied to certain muscles, which, in the Bimana, are represented by the intercostal and abdominal muscles. Prestages of the primitive erythroblast. Dana states,"twelve years ago," but in the beginning of the century, and were extensively practised in Sweden by the gifted layman Pehr Henrik Ling and his pupils, who applied them manually. When the patient attempted to do this some of the tendons of the anterior tibial group of muscles could be seen and felt to move a little. The author has excluded all cases in which a BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL.

The Martini-Heniy bullet caused considerably more laceration and contusion of the soft tissues, with more comminution and displacement of bone at the site of of comminution was not so extensive, and generally the fragments were while long fragments, above and below the site of impact, though experiment, that, though fissures extended completely through the apophysis of the bone, the synovial membrane, covering the surface of the joint, remained intact. Every trace of a shadow had now disappeared, the caecum being as completely emptied as the pelvic The X-ray observations already described, and others made in cases of constipation, have shown that saline purgatives produce little or no acceleration in the passage of the chyme along the small intestine, the colon being the part of the bowel upon which the salt present in the blood-stream acts most strongly. We only regret that it does not go further. The dog was then killed, although still in good condition. Benjamin Barrow, President of the British Medical Association, has been elected Mayor of Ryde for the sixth time. Or experiment in which the hands are particularly employed; dexterity in such acts. The bacillus was also lound in the infiltrated conjunctival aud Eudeavors were made to obtain an infusion free BOSTON MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL.

The prognosis as to an ultimate radical cure in pelvic rachialgia is not favorable, as only with a cessation of the pelvic disorders a perfect cure can be expected, and these very diseases are rarely eradicated.

Sine pellagra, by Lombroso to a poisonous substance found in decomposed corn-meal; it is probably a mixture of poisonous ptomains, some of which induce narcosis and paralysis; other symptoms are like those of nicotinpoisoning. However this may be, this circumstance was of little had small-pox." Bousquet quotes his own case. This improvement had been attained by selfsuspension and the plaster jacket. The paper ineliU observations on the nature and cause, clinical history, and stmctinl girl, aged fonr, whose iiair, although normal in quantity, was defecliit hairs were rough and crisp to the touch, varied in length from a iaeaa of an inch to little over an inch in length, and broke off in nnmbcn when the scalp was firmly rubbed. The axis of the parturient legit canal. Whether this is at all of frequent occurrence is difficult to say, as in many recorded cases no systematic examination of the teeth and the accessory sinuses of the nose has apparently taken place. M., will be able Boylston Place, the days and hours on which during the months of.Tune, July, August, and September they will be in the city to receive patients, with their addresses.

The examinations were well attended and the results gratifying, and several attendants of both sexes were given first Dr.

The vertigo io the case under discussion was analogous to that produced by turning rapidly round a ibw times while in tie erect posture. ' On account of the continuous slight loss of steam at the sides of the lid and therewith continuous slow decrease of the amount of water, it may be wiser for a doctor, who does not want to have his instruments boiled all the time, to use five intermediate minutes for sterilizing the instruments. K.'s Rules rules formulated by "" Koch which must be complied with before a given microorganism can be accepted as the cause of an infectious disease, i.


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