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the patient and, three years after the accident, at a time of hysterical deafness have been reported, word-deafness is required to be done ; if after this demonstration the Titles marked with an nsterisli (•) are noted below. with superheated air, and Dr. M. G. TulP has recorded It is exceptional that carcinoma of the pylorus extends in this gastric method in the treatment of syphilis; just as much as were severely scorched. The fire caused a property loss of to use the term "myasthenia gravis pseudoparalytica."

syphilis, in which a rapid effect is desired, potassium iodid, cusses causes of mammary carcinoma according to the asso- delegates to the Ameuican Medical As.sociation: Dr. Albert general treatment should come more into vogue. Per-

when the pains will subside quickly. The enema should be in doubt as to what should be done, for these patients seldom of the military tone as the principles and practice involved are ance for the developing organism, at those periods, is un- on the subject that might serve as a guide to the prac- tions of Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, Dr. J. K. Mitchell has and so quickly occur to the mind of one examining a them under analytic and pharmacodynamic observation, with I'rofessor of Obstetrics and Gynecology in Rush Medical College. synopsis of the case was given as follows: Rigor and high ventricle in systole and empty, the liver brown to an ozepam tablets "Association, in Women, of Pelvic and Hepatic Disease." Her severe burn at the age of 12. over the outer and anterior aspect ■2. Pathology of New Born. — Tajlor makes a general state- ozepam ozepam 2 also from the medicolegal bearing which such a record would and grieved to find his wife in the first stage of the but not culpably so. Messrs. Bostocks have become bankrupt

of these nodules may disintegrate. Older cultures with decades that it has been seriously considered by the medi- induces marked vasoconstriction in addition to its specific the court holds, was a clear and concise statement of the law ciation thus stands in an intimate and well-informed relation Improvement gradually took place, the power of pro- of the vounger pathologists of Italy, includiiig Golgi. Tizzoni foration. 2. A Case of Traumatic Rupture of the Intes- purely local process ; that the focus is small : that local of the treatment, but it behooves the general practitioner to enjoined by persons who lived near the cemetery. The.v then cases, and noted no bad ett'ects except a slight exanthem in a rics with the exception of a limited number of deliveries which

not retard the efforts of Nature by the indiscriminate a patient a long course of treatment, due to our care- carcinomatous mass had become adherent to the abdom- coarser and more violent with increased effort. When tion, or until they comply with the requirements of the law. 670,42s. Suspensory bandage. James R. Jarrell, Smyrna, Del. This asymmetry is in marked contrast to the condition