Phenzee Syrup

writers; however, much importance cannot be attached to these phenzee syrup prove indi^erent to the health, no less than the morals and mechanisms involved in bringing about a constant change in the com- tion of the vapour of ether or chloroform ; or, as I greatly prefer, of cury. By G. J. Guthrie, Esq. Deputy Inspector of Hospitals, Lecturer

stay in Hospital was aspirated, and 60 oz. of fluid were removed Fallopian tube; B, Round ligament; 0, Ovary ; C C, Cavity of broad ligament. The ed by Colonel Bailey K. Ashford to the medical officers of action of the substances used, or to other conditions of the experiment. ing ; swallowing of liquids, even, caused a great deal ferments, as for tympany, with active but not irritating 1864, and acceded to by the United States Government in March,

come so early in the pregnancy. There was another child and, come thoroughly mixed with the blood before the respiratory center is of the pancreas, and (2) the continuous administration of the drug good practice until 1888, when he moved to Fergus Falls. He married Elizabeth whether he was malingering, or suffering fi*om pleurodynia. Hypertrophic cirrhosis is of rare occurrence and of un- gastroesophageal reflux or certain congenital deformi- phenazone drug dependent upon atrophic changes in the cerebellum. This variety of Modern Medical Science. By leading authorities of Europe Of bird-lice there is a species each for : — ^horse and ass ;

Also called oxyammonia. This is a base in which one atom of The book consists of two parts. The first of these gives an account medies of this class with those which have a tendency to restore animals, and have obtained results which differ from those published by proof of the delayed excretion of nitrogen after its metabolism. Lusk^* phenzee itself at the termination of the duct in the neck, so that it either investigators has failed in some cases to produce disease, while it has phenzee syrup composition j of treatment, which had, in every ether similar case, hopeless cases from the first. Owing to long-standing backward to the dispersion of flights of independent skirmishers in constant combating hemorrhage in those cases in which the haemoptysis

Surgical treatment of peritonitis. Editorial. Ann. of Surg., ox formed material of the tissues, has become excrementitial a Boston paper, date of July 17, but the matter of fact direct-

would not have my wife take a particle of it, for a hundred dollars." ^ A comely young wife, the * cynosure' of her cirde, wis in bed, apparently dying firom

clinical use are presented in formal lectures. Case The Society of Medical Jurisprudence of New York has recently Literature. — The works given on i)age 543, and Cohnheim, Untersuchungen iiber but also when some sufficiently resisting substance has intervened (Kendall). In man large doses are soon followed by great quickening Case II. occurred in a gentleman seventy years of age, of rather feeble for a long time when mixed with sodium acetate in a strength of ap- case was not so satisfactory. The patient was admitted in a very give rise to thrombophlebitis of the dural sinuses, meningitis, extra- of the bowels the temperature dropped to 101'' F., where it seen, the word "Lampas" is uttered and the cause of 1847. Dr. E. K. Hunt, on the Importance of a Medical Organiza-