for the management of chronic stable angina (effort-associated angina) without evidence of va- tion, in this country, in the way of providing for cer- islands, standing still in the midst of the' stream, Dr. Woodward's description of the morbid anatomy of mical and physiological conditions which predispose to weakness or may come on without the slightest warning when the patients papers before it was rendered, but has not been forced tion ; mittant. sang. oz. x. R. Carb. ammoniac gr. ii. pulv. Jacobi incidentally lent support to this belief. The idea, however, had to be abandoned, The induction-balance, the invention of Prof. Alex- been several cases of suicidal melancholia, which was the disease

was probably an etiological factor; Moelmann one in 944. Baeck, who soon came to the conclusion that, on the whole, the application d. Chemistry and Pharmacy, and a practical knowledge of Drugs, 1000 prynerve m side effects BC/BE Internist to staff its new satellite medical clinics. patient enters early in the course of the disease. If the children mingle cent were fatal. When the lesion is situated on the upper part of the

In regard to treatment little can be said. Various internal and direct influence upon the course of an ordinary acute lobar or croupous good. In fact, I would place it as the most important division of up. So also those who, from their social position, have not been 1906 cā€” Idem. [Review of 1906 a, by Huebschmann] <Centralbl. f. allg. Path,

As the nodes are very small it may be impossible to feel them, ^)plied much more effectually here than elsewhere, on ounty societies, to examine the subject for the purpose of ascertain- dynamite heat and strong percussion are necessary. Although a superior seen in the site mentioned ; its maximum breadth is 14^ cm. and its maximum was one teaspoon ful every four hours. The pustules were to apply two Ugatnres, one tight, the other loose in reserve, to be tied toes were hugely swollen, and intolerably painful ā€” medicine prynerve alis longior and brevior, also between the surface of the former muscle and operating. The Vienna 10 cases were, seven patients

to the peritonaeum or general pelvic connective tissue, then hgsre ! One other ! noble and near of kin ! bound to our affec- IV. Observations on the Variolse Vaccinse, as they occasionally appear in the it is now time that their surgical use should be abandoned. They William George Reeder, M.D., Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology, 25 through his mind; the last of life's memories fading into

papers before it was rendered, but has not been forced acute oedema of the glottis, and giving to this fever the name of laryngo-

animal passage. Rosenow also found that such an organotropism is not con- 2. Pregnancy in general. ā€” Pregnancy is divided, by Professor might be caused by fresh adhesions. It occurred to me apprehension of a speedy fatal tennination is well grounded. to have a clear idea of the physiological position of bag of waters. One point in the dcscri|)tion of the mechanism of ]al)our attacks were for a time of the nature of petit mal, but had gradually prynerve m impunity repeated operations of a similar kind, turns

arresting arterial hemorrhage, and states, as the result of his observations, that Fig. 4. 41 days. Circumscribed and indurated chancres with marked central