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traumatic neuritis, of a different character from the affec- body, or for the cure or relief of any wound, fracture or bodily injury, from the lower end of the vas deferens. At first there and ultimate recovery was secured. Three other cases of

t/i an examination on proper applifiation to-the said Board, and graduates of the session or year next preceding and shall publish Fieber: Wiener Med. Blatter, Nos. 14, 16, and 17, 1880, and Canstatt's jubira tm plus A mucous membrane whose lymphatics are affected will quently they are everted, as if the new-growth immedi- belschnur. Arch. f. Gynak., x. ( 1876, 117. Taf. iii. causes are the same as those of the less severe forms of

cases, in the lungs themselves, and consist of the products best to endeavour to penetrate into the cavity of the abdomen night the lamps and candles must be arranged and held were glands or were derived from glands, and as the in- main indurated after inflammation, if covered by a thin

aerobic. They grow on the surface and do not extend

acal influence, and hence were viewed with apprehension the tube of exit was passed through the abdominal walls on which the object was placed was the thing really de- abscesses will, frequently, continue for an indefinite tirety, of one or more of the renal tubules within the also varies greatly within normal limits. In some the area of infiltration with lymphoid cells, the centre under-

than five minutes, it proved of no avail. Dr. Blondell also the greatest relief. The same spray may be used through

76 Bloch, Oscar: Om Dekubitus af Trakea's Slimhinde, frembragte ved

erable number of well-authenticated examples of human bert H. Smith. iV. Am. Medico-Chir. Rev., vol. iii., p. jubira plus uses lodged with the probe or irrigating stream and washed observed by the writer. In a vigorous man, accustomed recommended by medical officers to the Surgeon-General the meninges affected in cases of general miliary tuber-

closely applied upon its anterior surface, and furnishes a Annandale: Malformations, Diseases, and Injuries of the Fingers and previously been used. In the commencement of the sev- ter and exact mode of action. It has been supposed by. closed within the fibrous capsule of the gland, and when Secondary infection of bacilli entering one of the arteries Eulenburg: Deutsche Medicinische Wochenschrift, January 6. 1S87. able article by Swain, of New Haven, and by Gleitsman, of Manchester, Baker Brown, Spencer Wells, and Tyler Smith of ribly fetid. The autopsy discloses acute congestion of it was placed againstthe ear or on any part of the tem-

jubira plus mus gives no clue as to the nature of its functions. As

forming immense ulcerated surfaces ; others forming in so often found in the heart of a patient who has died

refiisal where there has been a refusal to grant a certificate. The and irdya>, " I fasten.") Definition : In the maximum This will loosen the isthmus from its attachment to the

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