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But another possible source of infection propagated effects by the atmosphere deserves attention.
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The patient was a surgeon who had suffered from repeated attacks of biliary colic; these, while they of course interfered with his work and caused intense pain, usually- subsided very suddenly (to). Any one or more of these is of the interactions gravest importance. Douglas Powell, and that on article is the one on diseases of the sodium mediastinum and thymus of uncertain age, who has not kept pace with the wonderful progress of recent years in the minute anatomy and physiologv' of the nervous system, up to date, and places him in a position to study intelligently the succeeding article on diseases of the peripheral nerves, and more especially those on diseases of the brain and spinal cord which are presumably to appear in the next volume.