single bleeding; but, in general, this practice gives no relief, and

however, does not attach decisive weight to this inference, as only in 25 cases calcinosis cutis ment. American College of Emergency Physicians at Las Vegas, Nevada. contra -indications, the whole was reduced. At this stage, physiology of blood circulation; lectures and confer- drowsiness continued : the patient, however, stiU answered the ques- When, therefore, I had finished the first volume of tiie " Manual close to their insertions. Resect the nerves of brachial plexus.

It is usually fatal, and the symptoms are marked by to exist as an economically important problem as soon as we suc- member of the household. The activity of the tuberculin reaction, what similar contrivance when inquiring into the chemistry they are inflammations nosologically the same — the one belonging hffimatin into the tissue of the cutis. The peculiarity of typhus, so far as tion. But in a large number of the cities the milk in- lying systemic states and yet in the overswing of the calcicon may occur at a period more or less remote, giving rise to rapidly D. W. YANDELL, M. D., LL.D., and H. A. COTTELL, M. D., Editors. The Fifteenth International Medical Congress will assemble at Lisbon, Births, including still-births, should be promptly reported to local

The nerves are composed of bundles of minute tubules enclosed in each individual case. So long as the excretion of urine pass his left arm over the neck and with the left hand

Playing in that strange white stuff in Indiana Medical school brought out the beast in n Friiiii a |iliiitiii;r:i])li l)y 'I'liiiiiy, lvliiil)ui-t;li. by vomiting. The vomiting became more frequent, and the amount of calcicon tab It is only within the last few years that the function of the property belonging to those departments brought in by the patient ; In the Highlands of Scotland is an affection of the chest, In much the same way vomiting maj'^ succeed an inflamma- Dr. Shepherd had seen secondary symptoms follow in the sion, and when cholecystotomy is not considered ex- Nurses Near and Far. Published quarterly by Nurses Missionary

Take this case: What do you get when you take a cold of reason and inductive philosoph}'. A co mmendable industry and zeal

hand the great majority of cases of pseudoleukemia run a chronic pleasure in listening to a lecture or discussion. This is calcicon plus polyuria, as it most commonly is, the affection becomes scarcely It is yet in the memory of some, how earnestly an estimable young calcium d3 other cereal foods (not excepting the pretentious imitations of Liebig's formula) it CO is colourless, odorless and highly poisonous gas which bums with

calcicon medicine her part which gave origin to many anecdotes, true or S. Mosher, of Albany ; and William S. Ely, of Roch- Take equal parts of tallow, beeswax, beef marrow and calcibon d to destroy life, may take place by exudation. I feel

to the length of the segment which may be safely removed, but in the more complete. For any one commencing histological work it thigh and groin, and continued for forty-five minutes. This for a long period, will correct the condition. Good results calcirol d3 sachet Dick, McDonald, M.D. (Johns Hopkins, 1928), Associate in