aseptic dressings, just as in civil surgical practice.
Several authors have asserted that the incised common duct should not be
The examination of the Conjoint Examining Board being a
subsequent dilatation. In such cases there is no difficulty, because there
for it does not even qualify him or her to apply for
. . is approximately tliat of water." Dr. Griffith could assure him that
dominal incision was about seven inches in length. The
blood, and hence is an antispasmodic, and excites the vital powers. In
trator would be ill advised at this point to allow speculative theories to exert mediadaten
of three weeks. She is now iu better health tlian be
creased motor activity, irritability and tremor. Sweating, nausea and vomiting
tape or thread with which the cord is tied, or from the appli-