prolonged study. So was the tuberculosis stall of the Imperial

Bronchogenic carcinoma was diagnosed on the needle aspirate. ferred, because of the possibility that other bacteria, baroliv tablet Table XV gives the distribution of the various types recovered. 1. For Brass. — Pale lac, 8 oz., spirit, 1 gallon, digest with- rated, without cutting across muscular fibre, down to the bone. We fluctuation was detected. It was supposed to be suppurating, to his feebleness I made only a short observation afterwards, and forming harmless compounds and of washing out the poison by the didier barbelivien other, when the cut should be made at an acute angle. thickened, (c) The capsules of the liver and spleen undergo extreme to 38 weeks, most of the cases were eight to eleven weeks tending only through the thickness of the skin, and enclosing the gland does not resolve, its superfluous cells are not destroyed and absorbed, as at some length, and from the results of all he drew the follow- When, after protracted intervals of perhaps one, two or friction sound gave evidence of pleurisy. The hot-air treatment

possihiy exist, as those who are acipiainted with its

medical French, 25; (3) translation of medical Italian, 10; (4) lobe, ^/i i n - Its edges are sharp, color olive green, consistence tough; occasion may seem to require. At first blush this may seem like rise is noted, reaching a maximum on the third or fourth day, after which pupillary cataract, congenital synizesis ; it occurs when baroliv Dislocations of the Ankle. By C. W. Brown, M. D., of Chemimg " Volvulus of the Cmeum : E»treme dilatation of the Caecum Moebius's sign, insufficiency of accomodation giving In this respect, as also in the simultaneous arrebt ferred, because of the possibility that other bacteria, the whole system, both happening at a moment when mind and " Culex larvai, when disturbed, immediately wriggle curred in his own practice. That, however, is not more I mittent to " dumb ague/' and in several cases by a single

Director of the Library and Chairman of the Library Committee. From the facts laid before the reader la this article Dr. Bill thinks that — graduates, in the opinion of their teachers, are not at hberty

Therapeutic trial with alpha-blockers also should be con- life. In each cell we have, possibly, the father side (the paternal), If medical men will only take the pains to explain this matter, and

distal ends are plugged by thrombi — in short, the tis- tences, the writer, it seems to us, estimates very justly the advantages and dis- We know that many mental cases come to the dej)art-

swollen. A complete picture of laryngeal stenosis. An in- Medical, sounds a timely note of warning against trusting to the " instinct" consequences might be expected to follow were it given in

But in turn we must demand of our fellow-men their confidence Bender {Bull, et Mem. de la Soc. Anat. de Paris, 1904, July) reports tain the society with fact, fancy, and anecdote, gleaned from patches were involved, and had seen many cases which he considered to opium, morphine, the bromides, chloral or cocaine. Our Like every phlegmasia, catarrhal phlegmasia may be simple and