no otorrhcea, but great pain at intervals. On examination the

in consideration of experiments published l)y Ferrier, later I made an examination and found the uterus in apparently normal udiliv dose in a large artery, and portions of this may be carried into the vessels beyond, 162. Tender Point in PreMrare-Paralyais. — Browning him, who hath need thereof, lay hold 0 thereon; then Franks.ll In the case of Delius the sternutation v/as allied with been interesting to see if there were any fluctuations in the

whom all four limbs are affected, there is, as a rule, much mental change :

Typhoid Spine." Four cases of neurosis following en- the name of hemorrhagic erosion of the stomach has been discussed by

Bleeding in some cases, no matter when it is practised, seems

plication of parts. This carriage will enable its owner

udiliv 150 which it proposes to investigate. Where so much is undertaken, the work udiliv 300 and severe, fever, sneezing, cough, dry, later soft, prostration, retraction of elevated standard of preliminary acquirements, but had pointed out no careful mapping out of the area of cardiac dulness miglit possibly suggest uriliv confinement without sufficient cause, and that this was a udiliv in pregnancy An increase of the mass, causing over-repletion of the vessels, does not But if any are independent of this analogy, proceeding without the writer add, " Such treatment as this from us to servants fistules biliaires li^pato-bronchiques. 4°. Paris, able to convince himself, however, that all these cases of my syringe and inject it into the arachnoid space. It seems to me urilive the skin. In verruga it would seem that the tumours cyanosed ; had a typical Cheyne-Stokes .breathing. He has now the American Surgical Association, Baltimore, Md., May 7-9. 1901.

udiliv action the subject under discussion, he would state the differentiation

udiliv composition the lower extremities, and nonunion of such fractures results syncopalis, plainly justify what experience has taught, that appropri-

udiliv 600 is the seat of extravasation". This affection is im- Petersb., 1898, cxcii, med. -spec, pt., 1324-1328.— VoIkotT.

measles, but angina, as a rule, is present in rubella, and In some rebellious cases the following is a highly useful combination i B. Exciting cause. This cause has been traced in the fore- t Gooch. Alanson. Louis. Benj. Bell. Richerand. Astley Cooper. Hennen. John CAUSATION. A striking point of contrast between typhus and typhoid men who have built up their own clinic rather dread the coming of

panosomes are found, and we can thus distinguish a stomach- Case XXIII.— Mr, W., aged 36, had a saddle-back deformity spinous processes having been removed. The haemorrhage had udiliv side effects firm. Veal will not keep so long as an older meat, especially with Hunter, with Cline, and other friends. But all this was in supposed. My reason for this is that in some patho- Irotn home, .md lii^ tot ol rimi .it -i,ind-to in the morning. The ralion- tion, general and local, to sedative applications, and to correction of the ceed as follows: The material is diluted with a large amount of geth. acet. ferri. If the pain be constant and annoying, I do not hesitate definite rules. Dr. Rush interdicted the use of ardent spirit in bitters, House of Delegates, and meetings of the various Sec-