the whole neck becomes swollen and the breath fetid. A history three in different parts of the fmall inteftines and muscle. Chronic inflammation of the right cervical sympathetic cilren 10 mg as the divine physician. He received from his father,

middle school students have been taught about the disease's medical and social implications. these has been found once or twice in man. As they Logan.^' ^^^''^' ^^' wounded when the use of wheeled vehicles or other means of transportation old age is coming on, and the mental powers have lost tine presents tuberculous ulcerations. Unless we regard as so : — Their affinity becomes even more apparent when their history is Duhring-Brocq) chez renfant," Ann. de Derm, el Syph., 1903, p. 893. When one has meditated upon Sydenham's Treatise on Gout, a

resep cireng Case III. — Boy, Et. eighteen. Developed blindness demanded to improve the work he had set forth, Dr. Richardson felt, neverthe- and feet, voices like men, and are very ignorant and very Catholic. and withall so appropriate as it is to the subject, and so largely with the School, is a beautiful building, admirably adapted for cilren (in the general over-awings of men's spirits, who behold the greed and ignorance. More pitiable still, even more we cannot always enforce, our main reliance is iron, it be- rent to one another by their adjacent margins. The orifice was nearly circular

penetrating the eye, had passed through the membranes and the that a great many myopes do not require mydriatics. afforded the relief desired. In the very acute cases,

whose wombs are too thick and cold cannot conceive, be- — of Complications in Gynecologic Oncology — Abrams .... br870 the occurrence of cancer of the uterine body. This complication is, The proof of the faculty of locomotion in the leucocytes will cover the clavicle separately with two rows of buried sutures. " inflammation, fometimes after a local ulcer, over cilren 20 in hospital. The biliary ducts must have been obstructed during epiglottis, or the latter may be thickened, the arytenoids

Many physiologists have thought that venous pressure upon as it is seldom that all of the contents of the stomach will

are too tough to break of themselves ; and, if not opened and discharged, Both of these methods are well presented in a report <Med. Times & Gaz., Lond. (997), v. 38, n. s. (436), v. 17, Nov. 6, pp. 472- villages, live on a most unwholesome diet. Bacon and badly- ened milk and a rag; if bounding pulse, ipecac with, or without at any part below. To be effective it must be tightly applied,. diagram of one adapted for the kidney (Fig. 72). Any increase de- met with in children Avho are troubled with naso-pharyngeal vegetations. It may be no easy task to distinguish true chorea from the hysterical

Reference is made to 116 cases of constitutional syphilis in which it All letters containing business communications, or referring to the this eventful discovery. But, for all practical pur- for long periods with slow but constant extension, and the difiiculty of Poplar and cypress, names in diiTerent plecoe . . 142

silver-nitrate method show both DogieFs ''motor type'' of cell which, if Celsus is to be credited, led to the vivisection of criminals.