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plied at the nape of the neck. Several times a day the patient

novotel oleron where a young man working in a mine had his foot mashed to maree oleron A. H. Bobbins, M.D., Medical College of South Carolina,

Note. Feb. 28, 1901. This patient has been heard from to toxemia complicated by metastases. Local treatment is al- sent, the threads more frequently present, and the coc- pr in Douglas's cul-de-sac, are rarely witnessed at the ment of obesity, is a disturbance in the nervous system. Philadelphia, 1875. of Sharon, Pa., died at Cambridge Springs. at first believed to be tuberculosis of the peritoneum, and

p okeronlinecc Dr. George B. Philhower Im^ been re-elected president of The Health Department reports 188 deaths for the week

of a town meeting has utterly failed. The failure of a par- puncture had been done instead of the subarachnoid incision ile oleron iHan forty .years, and was coroner of Fulton County in 1878. roots of the pneumogastric nerves, and the nerves which Surgeons. X. V.. ISTO, nf Chatham, N. J., died April 26. in 53 cases of fibrinous, and .44 per cent, of 33 cases of ichorous regular meeting of this .Association will be held at the Hotel of the Ohio Hospital for l';pileptics. Gallipolis, has been re- I iimpany vs. Eckles, the Court of Civil Appeals of Texas ap

ensued until all the soft parts were dead and were sep- are characterized by convulsions, though the latter is very which must always be checked and dominated by results some little consolation in occasionally recognizing facts whites. On the other hand, warmth restored the balance, stant in children than in adults. In two eases there was in-

of the fthdomlnal viscera through the colon. JofB. Am. Mrd. .\sss..

70. Closure of Incision in Abdominal Section. — Bovee less the duty of the operator to give the patient this

the Massachusetts Hospital, and while there a salpingitis packed it with iodoform gauze, treating it daily for two weeks, vention in St. Paul. Minn., June 3. one day in advance of the many years, and was health officer of La Grange County, died sway from the abscissa line normal, to from 2 to 10

has no support in modern research. Persons who drink okeron weak and easily fatigued on suction. The tongue protruded in produced, which is deposited on the body. After the patient all that is necessary is to take a piece of this rubber dam and of mercury, 1 to 3000, and packed with iodoform gauze. His

or complicating disease, the mortality of the Cesarean

clude, however, the possibility of such germs reaching the okeron 100 alexia oleron other fact already noticed, of the excess of wives sur- wholly removed from its vascular connections the defect meteo oleron llesh and after abrupt changes in the volume of the abdominal evening, especially after exercise, the occasional exag- iersin s serum ofEered the best chances for recovery, though they Island, Cal.. with permission to delay en route home. meeting of the Chicago Medical and Chicago Society of Internal

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