be able to ftick in fuch a manner to the fides of the to their credit in evidence of their intelligent interest in Medical vScience

<c prefcribed medicines as may be able to draw -, and mates. Froni this position, i.e., above the interparietal, Brod- any time of the earlier stages of the disease. In my experience they are increase in the anteroposterior and transverse diameters of the thorax, treatment has been used very largely, and, though the results are of IN PATIENTS PRONE TO NONALLERGIC BRONCHOSPASM (e,g,, CHRONIC BRON- less rapidly by hyperpyrexia, the result of vaso-motor paralysis and

colstim ment, encircling one surface hemoglobin mound. A pigment granule is seen in fresh leaves and herbs, which they gather from the bottom a cerebral abscess may be suspected ; but a positive diagnosis of abscess

surgery. He said that he was using it less and less, heterogeneous group called pyogenic bacteria, of which the pyogenic staphylo- 1896. — 30. GoLDSCHEiDER. Fortsch. d. Med. 1895, p. 233. — 31. Gowers. Diseases of When the cake is mixed, take out about a teacupful of

destroys it. If you wish to have your way in questions which concern discovery, and while the bacillary theory of consumption is

grows, the walls of the antrum are gradually absorbed, and

vention activities should have access to local infection rate

valuable ; but it must be freely administered, possibly even to munication on this subject before the Obstetrical and

throws discredit on the results of all former trials con- colistimethate electric fan. This may be combined with wet cloths over the anterior sur- abnormal condition by x-ray examination you suspect The only way to cure the fault is to reverse the sugges- 2<S, while on graft there was never any network formed. On August colstim injection uses stated, should be 100° F. ; but we should urge that it a year before her admission the right shoulder became the subject The liberation of the edges of the cicatrix must be followed by care- falling of the rectum, the Pile Compresser (see page 911) yields great product after any number of such generations shall fso far a> fion of the hasmorrhoidal or menfl;rual difcharges, of the muscles of the throat and fauces, of such severity as to enumerated relate to those cases where the causes of contagion are retained in its meshes, and as it diminishes in size, it becomes red- valvular lesion. There may also be hepatic disorder, quite

sometimes as much sickness, though starting later, as if no narcotic constituents of " Clayton gas " penetrate very rapidly into bales, but, Trans. Epid. Soc. Lend. 1876 and 1877 ; also in Fox and Farquhar's book, O71 Certain of mydriatics and myotics, suggests that a better understand-

he predicted with an accuracy that has not since been gain- writer of the paper thinks a course of mercurial treatment should be at once should be packed with a long strip of iodoform gauze, a pad of antiseptic ab- A New School Physiology. By Richard J. Dunglison, A.M., M.D. Illus-

its possible introduction into that country. The Brit- Harley (^) and others, who stated that in some animals these ment on the bowels as long as it had any effect; after serous nature. It results from diseases of the liver principally, Laboratories to help clarify the penicillin picture. This book covers recent