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The paper bed the various experiments made with alternat- viagra pill sample ing tailure and success, until at last obstacle after ob- stacle was overcome, and imperfection after imperfec- tion was removed. As a result of this patient toil, perfected instruments were given to the viagra pill sample profession, a very rare thing in the history of medicine. The va- rious steps taken in accomplishing this great result were narrated with the viagra pill sample simplicity and modesty which has always characterized the work of Dr. O'Dwyer. A complete set of instruments showing the evolution of intubation from the first bivalve tube to the present perfected model proved of the utmost interest. Dr. George N. Acher, of Washington, read the first paper, entitled cheap viagra bulk "Gangrene of the Lung Following Typhoid Fever." Dr. J. H. Fruitnight, of New York, read a paper on " Malignant Endocarditis," and presented a specimen. As the bacteriological examination showed the condi- tion to be due to the presence of streptococci, the author advocated the use of streptococcus antitox'in serum in such cases. At the second session, Dr. A. H. Wentworth, of Boston, read a most exhaustive paper on " Lumbar Puncture,"' and reported twenty-nine cases. He affirmed that while normal cerebro-spinal fluid contains neither fibrin nor cells and is always clear, it is always cloudy in case of meningitis, though the cloudiness is sometimes very slight. This is caused by cells, the character of the cells differing with the variety of meningitis. The operation, the author believes, offers a valuable means of differential diagnosis. For such purpose, however, the microscope is essential and inoc- ulation experiments are also of value. This was followed by a paper on "Tapping the Ver- tebral cheap viagra bulk Canal," with remarks on local treatment for tu- berculous meningitis, by Dr. Augustus Caille, of New York. Fie reported twenty-one cases and said that he believed that a study of the cases reported up to the present time will certainly convince the most sceptical that Quincke's puncture is of positive value as a method of diagnosis. It is simple and usually cheap viagra bulk easy of per- formance. In two cases Dr. Caille injected antiseptics into the subarachnoid space, but without material re- sults. He proposes in some future case to lay bare the dura by removing a button of bone and irrigating from a lumbar puncture upward through an opening in the dura. Dr. C. C. Jennings, of Detroit, also read a valuable paper on " Lumbar Puncture," and reported practical experience. Dr. Floyd M. Crandall, of New York, read a paper on the "Occurrence of Influenza in Chil- dren," and reported local epidemics. Dr. Samuel S. Adams, of Washington, reported an cheap viagra bulk extremely interest- ing case of " Temporary Insanity Following Typhoid Fever." Dr. Frederick A. Packard, of Philadel- phia, reported a case of " Endothelioma of the Brain with Atrophy of the Paralyzed Members." Dr. cheap viagra bulk Henry Jackson, of Boston, read a paper on " Nasal Feeding in Diphtheria," in which he advo- cated feeding by means of a soft tube passed through the nose into the cesophagus in certain cases of diph- theria. As this can be done with ease, it does much in preventing exhaustion of the child's strength. Dr. William Osler, of Baltimore, read a paper on the " Classification of Tics or Habit Movements." He made the following classification: 1. Simple tic or habit spasm. 2. Tics with superadded psychical phenomena; maladie de la tic convulsif, or Gilles de la Tourette's disease. 3. Complete cheap viagra bulk co-ordinate tics. 4. Tic psychique. An imperative idea is the psychical equivalent of and has an viagra pill sample origin similar to the motor tics. Each of these subdivisions was elaborated and illustrated by practical examples. The third session was devoted to the "Antitoxin Treatment of Diphtheria." The report of the collec- tive investigation committee of the society upon the results of the "Antitoxin Treatment in Private Prac- tice" was cheap viagra bulk read. Over five thousand cases were r= ported, the results being, on the whole, far more favi able than those of any extended reports that have thus far appeared. A detailed cheap viagra bulk report will soon be published in full. Dr. F. A. Packard reported favorable results of the antitoxin treatment, and Dr. S. S. Adams read a paper June 13, 1896] MEDICAL RECORD.