Rouland satisfactory results; however, he has met with cases of 15 phthisis in which the stomach rejected the oil, even thus subdivided.
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After contact with paraphenylendiamin for twenty to thirty minutes, the chloroma is el stained a dark violet (Paviot and his co-workers).
As a rule, the conditions are so arranged that the patient takes three or four baths a week; those who take more than five baths a for week are rare exceptions. It is an honour to the A'olunteer Medical Staff" to be singled out as the pioneers in so important a matter, and the zeal yet of the volunteer surgeons will, without doubt, afford every assistance to those endeavours of the Government.