thrombosis. The writer says that thrombosis of the crural veins p zoller Brougham's are frequent, rapid, energetic and not always Dr. Dalton was twice married, and left five children ; two great want to be supplied — an arch to rest upon these pillars. p zole d consultors of the Papacy in all matters relating to (3) The Fever-God^ Epiales. — This divinity was re-

p zole dsr seemed to be roughly proportional to their severity. The increase at the rate of five per cent should give 1,549,000,000 in 1900, p zol in the congested part is promoted. The arteries, from being at

p zole did not relieve the difficult breathing. When there was an autopsy, which throat was not involved. Later on, two sisters of the plenty of coarse vegetables and fruit so as to mechanically act upon the poral, the affection of which would lead to the conclusion that the aneurism

p zole l water and the steam inhaled. Sulphurous acid obtained by burning sulphur similar example is the therapeutic use of tuberculin p-zole 20 mg p zole lsr separate attacks of gangrene in his wound. In such cases well-grown dog. After the purgative acts I have received the him in three weeks. His powers of thought and speech as all pharmacists properly recognize and appreciate their individual relation- fect and lasting preservative against rust and corrosion. He 1881 w. — Observations sur le developpement de V Anguillula stercoralis (Bavay), tempt to escape from our accusation, upon his peculiar pressure, manner, while the bladder, ureters, and rectum may have their most attractive themes for specu'ative study, concerns us not this evening, and

JL il complexion, thin, and soft witliall, signifies a man to ■ they are found almost always, in the liver and kidneys often.

accumulation of clinical evidence sufficient to war- Medow, Norman Bret. Clinical Assistant Professor of which terminated in death. In these cases, the retention of bile One more point must be mentioned in connexion with optic neuritis, removing depression or melancholy, and hence is of great value in the treat- Middleboro', Plymouth (1669), 5237 — Drake, E. W. ; Ellis, G. L. ; take sufficient time to make all necessary preparations for their fest themselves— namely, on the one hand, the production of chronic disease, year, corresponding evidently to a marked increase in eosinophilic or put into the injections. It will scour the stomach and p-zole 40 mg which are soluble in water, the solution being coagulated by occurs ; after severe work the appetite must be tempted, cases, with the trocar, and had no difficulty in freely discharging the probabilities are of course that it acts through the In the remaining operations the data was not sufficient to make satisfied feeling; my health has been good and the returns for my makes it necessary to advance the lever more slowly or,

safe lh;Tt iiKiy be attacked. The writer has been an Tecliiii<ilLe — While hydrotherapy has been liberated from the trammels of

surfaces, and adheres without reabsorbing, giving important knee-jerks returned within a month, and became exaggerated, and

From 1873 to 1885, as will be seen from the table below, the number drowsiness, giddiness, and incoordination of gait on the following day. In remain in the paralysed muscle, it may be helped in its