Moreover, medicine is developing with beneficent rapidity along these same biological and chemical lines. FiRMiN CcTHBERT brought specimens of infective endocarditis, aspirated into a bronchus from the body of an r doll by an infant of six months. Then came as follows the papers presented by the Committee b.

The author had long been living in seclusion, and injuring liis and disappointing calls; and, returning home, as it seems, fasting, he was knocked down by the pole of an omnibus, soon taken to the Charing-cross Hospital, and put to bed in the accident ward, with severe laceration of the scalp, one ear almost torn off, fracture of the right collar bone, and some severe injury of one leg and ankle. Three or four Medical officers lu-e benduig over him, utterly unobservant of all that is passing around, of the march of the troops or the singing of the random bullets. If the contraction of the left ventricle be free and the distribution of blood through the arterial system be unimpeded, the up-stroke will rise nearly at a right angle to the base line of the paper. I consider, then, that there is a theory of auricular causation of reduplication of the second sound which is well worth considering, and that we have before us as plausible explanations of (a) That it is due to non-simultaneous closure I of the semilunar valves in the aorta and the (b) That it is the effect of a sudden tension j of the"mitral curtains after the normal second Investigations into the Alleged Germ Origin of It is well known to our readers that various observers have claimed to have discovered the minute organisms which give rise to malarial fevers.

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At the same meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, Dr. Since then he has been going on in very much the same way; when the discharge from the abscess is free his temperature falls to normal, and his general condition is good; but from time to time the drainage of the abscess appears to be no longer complete; there appears to be an accumulation of pus, and then the patient's condition is not so good,; his temperature runs up, and he does not do so well.

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