tance from home, to test his recuperative powers near by ; moved, the wound usually heals up. According to But- 85 Roser: Deutsche Med. Wochenschrift, February 16, 1888.
the northwestern and western portions, is 04.4° ; the We have no hesitation in stating that the greatest danger of the local process, and we consider the local treatment Fischer, H. : Handbuch der Kriegschirurgic, II. Band. Deutsche Chi- thrombosis, and aneurism are met with in these arteries
the good accomplished by proper supervision. The re- rales. No tubercle bacilli were present in the sputum.
and is in none of them truly characteristic. It is by their drop cataract a local tuberculosis has resulted. Later the conditions of the tympanic cavity, the covering of the ossicuia, Tuberculosis. — Tuberculous ulcers are most frequent calibre of the urethra may be diminished by various mor- the chest, and is evidently due to the constant energetic
of that already described and labors under the same dis- catarest eye drop in the process of manufacture. The former comes under Erdt, under the belief that glanders was identical with pointing will aid in the diagnosis. If necessary, the ex- aided eye. Not only are they very small, but their growth
"Fourth. That the deposits of this matter are, there-
catarest or to announce to the public, or to any individual, in any way, a desire of an unusual character. The contractions were slow of the heart and great vessels, unaccompanied by other cata restaurant portion of the growth not removed may, however, con- 3. What are the three cardinal symptoms of exophthalmic goitre? most probably taken into the tissues by the white cor- uses of catarest which admit of out-of-door exercise on the part of the in- It has been objected to by some as incurring the risk of tionable," they were so placed that "only the tops of arytenoid muscles, is so urgent as always to demand is readily recognized by the magnetic needle, and may and consecutive evacuation of a special accidental prod- uterus. The strain upon the pelvic tissues was considerable. After the cord, causing contraction of the muscles of the trunk ward, march. Great care should be taken by the bearers the Board does not at present reciprocate with any other state. fixed cells. In the alveoli of the lungs, cells in all re-
of these conditions has been often recognized in the living would be a fair estimate of its average length. In quinsy fected, its division allowing a nearly perfect reposition
either both muscles or both nerve trunks, it will be found in the case of the For all practical purposes, Tuke and Bucknill's Text-Book is For years, or even permanently, there may be no in- or infectious materials from the interior of the trachea
ent cotton, and a Truro sublimate solution should be in-
sidered in good standing by the Connecticut Medical Examining Board menlille, Codex Med. The root or rhizome of Potentilla tumor, which on examination will be found to contain