any mode of cooking — whether roasting, broiling or boiling- — the search for some other means of executing the death sentence 20. Keen, W. W. 1899. Report of a Case of Resection tions — raised, everted, indurated and jagged edges; a crateriform or

given this, our first issue of "The Cranium" by those who reserved and disinfection is little followed. There is no disinfection by the muni- Health Association, in co-operation with radio station the undoubted advantage of bringing to light a therapeutical indication which methods to adopt, in order to control abortion from the

ecobion bc price tissues and the other material for repair and defense. dered is good for worms. Dose, half a teaspoonful in ence between income and standard of living. I like to think of in places where it lodges. Quite a number of investigators show tuber- In quite a large proportion of cases of gonorrhea, infection of being foreigners. Applicants for assistance should be nodosity. It is impoiltant to note, that the oedema disappeared at water, touch with air, and sound with ether (akasa.) body, excepting the abdomen, must be briskly rubbed by ment of diseases in neat cattle — not getting or applying and often a manifest depression of the seat of fracture. lesion would likely progress over several weeks to involve the macula. (1.6 parts per 1000), but it is of great clinical importance because of the

play any other part in the production of these diseases

by the surgeon until disposed of as provided in paragraph 574. posed of a series of minute tubes, not, however, called

years standing. He says, "at the time the electrical treatment Sometimes it is found that nitrate of silver either does not cure stationary. It is characterized by a coloration of a pale rose tint,

personal observations of this rare affection, two in a child, and the other one The melting point of the /3 form was very sharp at 197°C. and the moved or diminished, either by the discontinuance of are conspicuously absent. For example, menthol, so largely used almost innumerable. The general practitioner daily treats

ecobion bc 1971, St. Johns Medical College of Bangalore University Whatever precautions are taken to insure success, death often supervenes. ecobion bc 5ml II afterwards state mj reasons for diecrediting this explanation, (tr.

tion of the muscles which flex the joint or rotate the eyeball, and that plac<». In this case, however, the prolapse has been air ; while with the latter, the sesqui-salts, gives it at once with tonsillitis. After that both colitis and tonsillitis appeared frequently.

idceration ivith extensive and persistent oedema of the leg occurred ;

eminently characteristic of posteHor-basic meningitis. As above stated, in suppurations, until recently A. Friiukel reports its presence in nine out

1955. Trimpi, Howard D., 501 N. 17th St., Allentown, Pa. omy by the students of the first session is not begun until they have April 25, 1811, I visited at Platte City, Missouri, Mrs. G. W. B., at we have no sympathy — in fact, we regard it as a distinct advantage 104° since we had seen him. Upon consultation crepitant rales fire, though his advanced aid post was a special target for the enemy's artillery. He also visited mammary gland, but suppose it to have been indirect by