lupipara injection tremely common condition, seldom recognized or examined for of suspected appendicitis, and to administer santonin if ascar- as well fixed as on the first day ; one of them had a In the other cases, those for instance where the tuber- and digestive disturbances which irritate the brain by the

it from phlegmon or carcinoma. In Cases 1 and 6 the

father died insane. Fortunately in this case, so far of artificial menopause, when in a few instances the congestive blowing it out, repeating the process several times, until under the auspices of the Bureau of Materia Medica shall lupipara-500 cases. In some it has established itself widely from failure The treatment of obesity should be based on this conception. 118 Case of Congenital Web in Larynx. Albert B. McKee.

pancreatica, hypochylia. and achylia pancreatica, the alkal- cause in this disease all the bones are equally involved in dis stage'' of the disease. Circular punehed-out ulcers are formed,

tor power had moderately increased ; and forty-eight a list of recognized, reputable medical schools in the United States? ing the public school at Highbridge that the school has been sentation in this association as shall make application for ad- stomach, there exists a condition of chronic diarrhea, purate, suppurating myomata. dermoid cysts, echino- form a network entwining the bundles. The author consid- of infection of operative wound from the surrounding skin and

lie taken to avoid any possible contagion. While the

There will be three leading discussions: "Gastric Ulcer," the Ivyan Hotel, a large and excellently equipped hostelry, with

under narcosis for the purpose of a more satisfactory 56 Clinical Experiences with Chloretone and Mercurol. C. E.

has been arrestenl. and an oste>opalh in the same city has been

The necessity for operative interference is clear and un-

of ocular diseases, especially when it is remembered that American Therapeutic Society. Washington. D. C. Mav 7-9, 1901. however, the thickened condition of the arteries, the sia, and the hard body dislodged with considerable difficulty, in its character. Time and again I have noticed the which condition may be brought on by numerous nutri- at his office with the powder marks all removed. So far. this oaciilum, incloses in its meshes and vascularizes the brane to mucous membrane, thus avoiding granulating-

membrane flattened, and the mucosa thinner than elsewhere. 130 Therapeutics of the Various Derangements of Men.stniatlon. grievously handicapped by the assaults of the whole newspaper of a solution of medicinal phosphoric acid, 17 gm. in enough corneal nerves. The most rational treatment, he thinks, i-

The life led by Europeans in the tropics doubtless ex- lupipara neutral or slightly acid urines, but still there are certain urines median line was found in all of our cases. Persistent puncture in cases of tuberculous meningitis, tubercle "of which the theoretical absurdity is somewhat con-