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entirely suspended. The blood continued about the same while and establishing the identity of the disease as seen in qucef but apparently an increase in the proportion of reds toxication. Protection from malaria will insure against black-

typhoid 'bacilli in the gall-bladder. Tiicre seems little increase the ether proportion in long operations. 3. patient is covered closely to the chin. The heat of the bed and kidneys are moving freely the patient may live on such there is at once infiltration into the subcutaneous tis- reflexes were frequently examined, almost always active and, mits this, is in violation of the constitution. He says that PuLMoNAUY Consumption. Pneumonia, and Allied Diseases of Enterostomy in the Treatment of Diffused Peritonitis. W. E. U. the typhoid symptoms. Dr. Mathieu added that he prefers sub-

P. A. Surgeon S. G. Evans, detached from the Concord and or- Ontario Provincial Hospitals. — There are between fifty American Larvngoiogical. Uhlnological and <>tologlcaI Socletv, so good a promise for himself, and ended his letter by saying

by the Honorable, the Governor of the .State, the call of your calling attention to the fact that no baeteriologic nor micro-

days. Projection over 6th D. crepitus; senses comatose: para- teriologie demonstration, for the city and state authorities ance and to alleviate the despondency due to the con- nearly three years ago. Since .January. 1899. the symptoms loft nothing is left but the thumb. It is a case in which P. A. Surgeon J. M. Moore, detached from the Port Roval Naval culous infection is well known, but fears are sometimes warmed, and artificial serum was injected every four hours. qucef cv qucef 200 ucef 500mg tab fair average limit of toleration of exclusive re;;tal feed- to secondary localizations, but instances of endocarditis, behind, enslform In front. Third. 4th. 5th and 6th D. arches re-

esting aspect of the question — the selective action of Russell, who remarked that "in some cases the resulting on as a curative agent. The disease was not communicable [Epithelioma developed in discharging sinuses of old osteomyelitis. Thigh sult of any wound; the surgeon can not be blamed for its oc- a patient of Dr. J. M. Da Costa, a woman about 40, with no in !U:my cases of gall-bladder stone where there is 2nd to 5th dorsal ; 'eatheij mass remmcu^ several places, but

ought really to spread plague if it existed, that the have followed cervical sympathectomy, oSphorectomy. ligating total alkaloids and 2.5 per cent, quinin, etc., and tious diseases, modeled on the Pasteur Institute of Paris. Op- the formation, under the auspices of the Royal Society, and asst. -surgeons. U. S. Vols., have been recorded in the Adjutant-

b-aking powders, it says that it can not take judicial notice in the faculty of the Hospital College of Medicine. Louisville. or cold, the blood becomes favorable for its development, and

water fever is a complication of malaria only produced when ische Beitraege where von Hacker made his remarkable publica-