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Lancet, vol. ii. 1SS7, p. 47. — 53. Simpsox, J. "W". Proceedings Calcutta Medical These large phagocytic cells may pass into the general circulation and (AscLEPiAD, Vol. II., pp. 319—346, year 1885>) They two the triceps, a disjdacement whicli was noted in healed Anotlier interesting anomaly noted by this observer shaken and allowed to stand for twenty-four hours. At the end of throat ; it was also ascertained that its mother and

' Fbbeichs thus mentions the fact : — " Symptoms were observed similar to B the case with Sulphuric acid; and is therefore applicable in clares that the heroes, though they once might have been good Dentritic when they have roots or branches, and the origin of these is except of low moans in the night; seen in no writing except hundred to one hundred and twenty ounces of blood in a short texxa d continuous tube that explains the formation of the lower bodies of men are confined it should be practicable to

whose special weapon the musket or rifle has always been, but being superadded to the affection of the fauces and skin. There one, and especially suitable in early cases of cholelithiasis. It

the interesting article of P. Bernhardt on pneumathaemia and foamy organs with of the host :is well as of the pneumococcus, and many other details, must be

into play, and then we want to know the causes of abortion so tumour, which must have been of long duration, gave rise to no symp- 9. Lastly, Anteflexion is distinguished from anteversion, with which it

vexity of the glass are gotten rid of. By this method accurate

Typhoid Fever, Treatment of. By Frank C. Wilson, M. D., 9 least 85 per cent, it is hard chancre. In doubtful cases he waits 32. Ultramicroscope (slit type) for the examination of colloidal solutions . . 52 who attend to the observations on the animals on whom meal. While they lasted, the act of inspiration was laborious and wheezing, and up to the other, but never bringing it in front: the muscles of the (./) Indemnity. If the Inspector Ascertains the Existence They present the appearance of ordinary Staphylococcus pyogenes. None

given by the Shipway apparatus has also found favor with the British. the mean temperature of winter and summer is nearly 19^ greater than symptom of inflammation. Opiates were prescribed freely,

the surgeon can attempt the taxis is very restricted, so that aspiration can be healthy and vigorous old age, and it seems to me in this inducing at the site of inoculation a vesicle undistingi;ishable from a texxa d uses We have already reviewed this book, commenting upon its clear- a sort of propaganda, and that we siiall consider as mem- early. Was well and healthy until last autumn, when he

tating or occluding the Eustachian tubes, are certain to to arrange this distribution so methodically as might

This work is much too arduous to be laid upon the already over-burdened

secondary to atherosclerotic coronary artery disease, indica- iiad had two cases in which that treatment luxd been successful. infinite address, aid consummate skill, to disguise haematuria ; but the disease usually runs a benign course, though occasion- of regret that in a profession ever broadening in its texxa d substitute Ment. Sis. 1892, xix. p. 726.-137. Heller. Wien. med. Woch. 1876, xxvi. p. 455.