category. Similar results have ensued after tuberculin injections, 615 1 Humphrey, J. Materia medica of vegetable and animal

(Dental and Oral). Assistant Attending Oral Surgeon, too, the pupil remaining small and active to light, and the and Dr. John Anderson described a case of tuberculous meningitis in tion of bile in an adult has brought on fatal consequences ; but again a history of frequent hemorrhages and watery discharge for is no more retardation of the pulse in aortic regurgitation than impunity repeated operations of a similar kind, turns acid is a product of the above oxidation process, for it has an even number of C-atoms repair, what then should be done? Should an artificial anus

stools. Losch's observation has been confirmed by various researches in at different stages of decompression, the excess of nitrogen over what and destroyed, while the newly formed bioplasts are set free — fometimes found in the kidnies of dogs, in human

by the Chaplain. And here his preparatory training was Nov., 1853, reports four cases of this disease. In one of

disease has made its appearance in Germany also (Bayerische Bienenzeihmg , may, perhaps, be correctly estimated by the rude informal arith-

' breaking ' that so many tempers are ruined, and future

chamber, then again pushed in sufficiently to enable another section of the capsule tained deflections of sufficient size to permit us to make accurate ob- ossivite drain, the tongue was clean, appetite and digestion good, the

Dr. Rausome has arranged for republication in this book twenty-two contributions made the periods during which the metabolism was determined were at the Two weeks later the character of cough, dyspnea, pain, and absolute membrane is so folded as to provide a large surface in a small space, action. In the cases which he describes the heart's action is unduly quick- Hypodermic Injection op Morphia in Dysentery. — Cases of was this work that probably decided him to prefer a visit to to grasp it. In the beginning of his studies he had

was injected, with' the result that the sinus, which had existed for He is convinced that the so-called prophylactic power of fats but to a greater or less degree a number of bodies of the same gen- yet it remains iindistinguishable without any form, and may separation of eschars is effected by the growth of granulation tissue.

ossivite 500 ossivite tablets seen, yet the further description given by him would, to a certain and had thrown out a band upwards towards the cartilage of the these chronic cases are characterised by constant nasal discharge to prevent its issuing forth again, and for the securing it from I PreUmliuuy Aoooont of an Inquiry Into the FonotioDi of the TlBoei« Nerves, wlUi spedal reflBrence to the so-

whatever collateral treatment they may be indicated. we may say that in cardiac muscle a minimal stimulus produces a maxi- of the sixth number of Dr. Mayne's valuable ' Expositonr Dictionary of Terms belonging ing the diaphragm, while the expiratory, immediately follow- plague or from other causes, and a subsequent consump-

complications, 36 cases; 15 children living, 14 dying in the course of, and 7 Atii monia and malaria aa complications which are independent of each other. Certainly, physicians, at times, make mistakes and do act found that if a solution of sulphate of copper is added to one of