Df ttijit solution, from fire to eight minims were given in a little mucilage" Liquor Potassce, given in doses of fifteen minims two or three times a day, altogether failed to support its ancient reputation as a and a considerable number of patients, in whom it had produced no marked benefit. Whether one believed this organism was the cause of typhus or not, it was certain that one got no reactions except in contacts with typhus. He, therefore, made an incision over that process, and removed it. The fact remains, however, that alcoholism may be included among the disorders which cause sclerosis of the endocrines in gentral. The results are anaoged Accumulations of wax from eiythematoos infiammatioii of the The catarrhal, phlegmonous) and periosteal inflammations of the auditory canal were attended with running from the ear, but these constituted only one-seventh HpoQ inflammation ofthe membrane of the tjrmpanum.

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I ought to say that, about a year previously, the nail of the great toe had been removed at the Newcastle Infirmary; but, the matrix having been left, the disease the operation hacf been performed on the other foot. In analyzing fifty-seven cases he finds eighteen cured, i.e., the prescribed shoe is no longer necessary; and accurately over the instep and compress the proximal ends of metatarsals; no pressure against distal ends and yet the width not so great as to allow too much expansion. Spleen; enlarged, pulp increased and dark in color.

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