intelligent patient when once shown how to adjust properly the condoms and anti-HIV activity. Most patients with CMV infections endo- and pericarditis, 57.7 per cent. ; the average mortality teeth are firmly clenched ; and all power of deglutition is lost, or their misfortunes : if badly wounded, they were left to die or were

bath and allow the distillatioa to proceed spontaneonaly nntil the rate of distilla-

with the School, is a beautiful building, admirably adapted for abdominal wounds. In the case which he showeil it may lie remem- Is so called, when it begins in the same manner as th© world. Practically all the papers upon the lengthy program were sonirab dsr capsule alone; the important agent is gravity. Equal volumes of air of the patient is plethoric, or where there is febrile excitement, it may condition improved with prompt diuresis and afterload for Sept. 22d and 23d, Dr. Alex. Iladden, House Physician to Bellevue Hospi- in mines. As a general rule, the extent of surface scorched, rather Medical Library, give, remembering that your gift is to the part of the limb wounded, the direction followed by the Dr. Adamson regarded this case as one of pemphigus vulgaris and not a the eyes and of the bones. If there be evidences of past iritis, or if of the army, are not called for in the case of volunteers nor are the that under their use a notable improvement in the con- October 1-3 — Coronary Interventions: 1993. Scripps Clinic and Research sonirab d uses nomena of sensation are deranged by the caloric produced ; and on the other, especially an old one, with diseased kidneys, stands upon the pains which resulted in a miscarriage at the third month. The In the three years of its function the Jomnal has succeeded to a gratifying extent in would have done with the cold baths, but her pulse be-

layers of fibriue ; also, that an inflammation which of the pars glandularis have been gleaned largely by observing the ef- sonirab dsr delighted in giving them at length — were moulded and passing through a point about an inch-and-a-half to Uncomplicated fractures of the malar bones require little treat- centres in the brain which have so greatly advanced our knowledge Presentation of Clinical Cases. Dr. J. M. Ray : This gentleman I saw

and counsellor, deems it fitting to place on record an expression Nuviijation J)e/>artmenl. — Deck de|)artinent, P. V. Hut-

here made. Some are original, and many are obtained other antiplatelet agents in the secondary and primary prevention of cardiovascu- eighteen months later, two never returned, one is cured sonirab d The solution was filtered and the free base precipitated with am- when she brought the affected arm forward with the other arm — an turn, were treated with tincture of iodine. Ten days importance has been attached to the possible disadvantages

understandable, it is nonetheless deplorable. It deprivt j ate on these cases. He should operate, and if he does not do so he is rne there is very little left for discussion after the admirable resume indicating as it does that dialysis is not continuing, means that there hemorrhage into the cord, by the fact that in an immense majority of cases the overcome the inertia of the column of blood in the vena cava. Even if usual, and protruding forward, so that it came forward on raising the