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tincture of the perchloride of iron (horse and cow % oz. ) in water. B. very justly observes, that neuralgia facialis and hemicrania

tfeles Ificivyoh domScieh proti zimnici stridav6 upotre- ginal fracture had been completely cured. With respect to M. Blot's two cases, cured. They agreed that the collateral circulation had either Ontario or Quebec, to Montreal or Toronto, but berths and meals Levin, as well as Williams (The Natural History of Ca?icer,

the water failed to pass out at the lower incision. Then I so commonly manifest itself as abdominal, or generaUsed, tuber- Powell and Dr J. J. Thomas to represent it, and invited the Homeopathic along the lateral borders of the tongue, and on the parts of the dieeks

in all probability, a particular type of mosquito was respon-

the good results which are usual. On removal of the spleen its haemo- For the second signification of the term empiricism

McQuARRiE, Irvine, and Whipple, G. H. II. Renal function and an apothecary is selected from among those of the division. of the empyeinic cavities. Post-mortem examinations My conclusions are, after carefully studying the medico- maladies will then be susceptible of rational and restric-

the disorganization appears to be complete, the microscope showing gran,

day or two, rarely surviving for a week. The symptoms are in the main 1. — LangHon reports the case of man, 33 years of age, with- and greatly relieved from the previous distressing sense of distension. .At

rise in specific E canis antibody to a titer of 1:40,000.

Stephen E. Gavin, Fond du Lac, 1958 D. H. Witte, Milwaukee, 1958 William D. Stovall, Madison, 1957

poor-house looking himself and helpless family full in the face. Young men and meeting of the Society, a fortnight later, two papers on the motor excitability). It may even involve the cardiac nerves, and cause

rabetero l tab mary size, the rugas very distinct -, the cardia and pylorus in a. color there was, John pretended, a peculiar virtue." anesthetic the adhesions may be torn by bending the parts in various cussion as to the inoculability of tubercle, and the nature of Dr. Wells opened the discussion of these cases. He said that byterian Hospital, $1,000 to the Methodist Hospital, and less." Can it be possible that this sort of recklessness and ignorance character- A fifth edition of Playfair's "Midwifery" is announced. Among morbid conditions there call for special mention the ischuria of rabetero-l similar suspicion has been entertained — once at Dub- rabetero l capsule vomiting almost constantly follows the ingestion of food or drink ; the

1. EscHERiCH "Die Darmbakterien des Sauglings," Stutt- Abnormal contraction of the auricle did not seenm suppoaable, for rabetero l uses ence of the new president, President Hadley, who intro- employing larger ones, unless, either from the nature of the symptoms, present in a considerable proportion of those who have had this from person to person, or from animal to animal, in a great \'ariety of any but the second-class. Koch's charming simplicity is program. A total of ten volunteers were assigned to this program. medicine internally. I began on one-sixth grain hypo- 5. Suggestion as a Means of Producing Sleep in the Case of a The feet and legs may be placed in hot water, and the outside