A sterilized woven silk suture is passed through the integument about include about one half the thickness of the parietes in the stitch; then through the mesentery, which is held taut, and back so as to hold within the stitch a considerable fold of mesentery. The most common age is twelve years, with a majority of the patients under The bones most frequently affected are the femur, humerus, and tibia. He delays not his arts of defence till his ftrength fails fuccefsful, he repeatedly returns on his former fteps; and after confounding, by thefe oppofite movements, the direction he has taken, after intermixing the present with the paft fcent from his body, he rifes from the earth by a great bound, and, retiring to a fide, he lies down flat on his belly, and in this immoveable fituation, he allows the whole troop of his deceived enemies to pafs very near him. Cure in the first three cases I ascribed to mere accident, but after the fourth successful case I came to the conclusion that there must be an intimate connection between asthma and the insufficiency of the pylorus. I he ABtunLS It is particularly worthy of note that the man who showed the highest Comparing the weak' and strong halves of the series, which is representative of the subjects who are more likely and tliose who are least likely to have circulatory inefficiency and cardiac overload, we see that the pulse-pressure percentage of diastolic pressure can otfer us no reliable is influenced by the systolic pressure, and that the systolic pressure is much more responsive, oven to slight influences, than is the diastolic pressure. Improvised special facilities cared for soldiers with contagious or communicable diseases and venereal infections, as well Surgical work in the armies centered in the field and evacuation hospitals. Both liver and kidneys showed a varying degree of parenchymatous degeneration. These insects follow a set pattern of development in or on the body. Guy Townsend has been appointed a The American Pediatric Society will hold its The hospital train which recently left Washington for the South is the first of its kind.

The intimal elastic lamina and the muscularis terminate at the neck of the aneurysm, with the wall of the sac made up of thickened hyalinized intima and the adventitia. For the casualties, nevertheless, the siege was an ordeal. In clinical work the method has proved to be of especial value with toxic or unconscious patients, in whom the alveolar ventilation is great.

She had two convulsions during her week's stay in the hospital, at which time she was unconscious, rigid, twitched, frothed at the mouth, breathed stertorously, but was not cyanosed.

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After the respiratory complications of influenza and the direct extensions of sinus infection are considered, doubtless the most frequent and serious complications of influenza are those I am quite certain that before the two last great epidemics of influenza the impression was very prevalent among internists that tuberculosis and particularly chronic ulcerative pulmonary tuberculosis was among the most frequent convalescent complications of an influenza. But at least we are able to treat these cases with benefit and relief, and an adequate explanation of the pathology or chemistry being wanting, we must content ourselves with a study of the means for its relief, a much more interesting and thrilling topic from the The patient is himself soon aware that too frequent or too violent muscle or tendon exercise accentuates these pains, and in many instances this is so very evident that mechanical fixation of a group of muscles or tendons diiefly effected must be arranged. While it is still to be proved that the values obtained coincide with the actual intracapillary pressures, this is less important than the fact that the method does give values which are comparable in different patients and which may be used as a measure of the actual pressures. Blood testing is unnecessary, as the maternal blood never causes hemolysis in the offspring. This is for the ptirpose of ascertaining his objections in the same way as that employed by personnel to do in the war, e. Annual RHODE ISLAND" MEDICAL SOCIETY'. He is forced to avoid magazines dealing with specialties if he is a general practitioner, because of their technicalities, and appeal to specialists, or he takes his own special journal and builds his library accordingly, which, however, grows old ere he has read to the What can we do for this man? He is greatly in need of education to meet the daily problems of his practice. This explains why they are found in the army as a class and not in civil life as such.

Army experience in World War I and on British Army casualty rates in the interwar years and in the French, Norwegian, and North African fighting.