An Examination into the Occult Causes of A IVeekly yournal of Medicine and Surgery I HAPPEN to have seen a much larger number of cases of phlebitis, or thrombo-phlebitis, within the past two or three years than before, and this I was at first inclined to attribute to the prevalence of the grip.

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On vaginal examination, the os uteri could not be felt either by the fingers or by the hand. Remission in cases of toxic nodular goiter is much greater than in diffuse toxic goiter. According to the pathology of the disease, it should be our aim to afford rest to the inflamed bowel, and to do that we must not give more food than can be digested. Cleveland as to the practice which ought to be followed in any similar case was one of great iinpnrtance. SKIN GRAFTING ON THE BALL OF THE CONSULTING OPHTHALMOLOGIST TO ORANGE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL; OPHTHALr MOLOCIST TO THE CITY HOSPITAL, JERSEY aTY.

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