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writers. In the present century Trousseau was a strong advocate of
nual meeting at the Comgress Hotel, Chicago, on Tuesday, Febru-
recently pointed to certain (demonstrable changes in the leucocytes
often add such additional trauma to the partly devitalized tis-
and mixed with a little blood in a violent pleurify, what it
the methods of physical diagnosis are entirely sufficient for most
Reaumur. Memoiies pour fervir a I'hiftoire des infectes. Paris.
Robinson, B. : Clinical Notes on the Diagnosis and Treatment of Pleurisy.
bacteria of vegetable roots into animal chemistry. When a sub-
spirals and crystals proves. That they alone are not sufficient to ex-
ransactions will be published at cost of composition.
DR. Exiwin George Munn was born in ]^Iunsan, Mass., in
Lake authorities, considered their location as of direct
the whole of the mucous membrane of the respiratory tract. This ab-
North America in November, 1912, consisting of Edward Martin
Sollidfude, when it difpofes perfons to melancholy, vol. xi. i^.
years since the latest census, there were about twenty-eight million
and repeated cultures should be made. While I do not wish
expression, the cries and contortions of the patient recalled vividly
nothing is positively known regarding the significance of these
a resort to a general hospital for treatment will no longer bring
over 700 cases of syphilis treated by mercury, the author found
We do not quite agree with the implication in the title that
THE BUFFALO MEDICAL JOURNAL is the third, in age, in the western contin-
moved away, dead or fully retired, the present ratio is about
and duct carcinoma of the mammilla. This occurred in a

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