This work platinum has been done with a thoroughness ami a care that has probably never been equaled in a similar line of investigation, and it may be said now, with a certain amount of conviction, that the neuropathologist awaits the improvement in technique and in the knowledge of the physiology and anatomy of the nervous system which will make further progress a definite possibility. One type is unique in producing red aerial hyphae, another is conspicuously oidium-like, and the third blastomyces-like. On a circumscribed spot, or over an extended surface.you may find this substance changed from a white to a pink or a deep red colour; a change which you may regard as evidence does of active inflammation of the brain, even though there be not the slightest appreciable alteration in tlie consistence or structure of the cerebral matter. The eighth patient was last seen side nine months after the operation. A weak carminative how and diuretic. Plus - the more dusky or purple the colour, the greater is the probability that the change is connected with interrupted circulation of the venous capillaries, constituting the state of venous congestion. The placenta, from a developmental point of view, both ontogenetically and phylogenetically, is a much of younger structure than the other great ferment bearing organs of the body. The occurrence of spontaneous variations in structure of the same tumor, transplanted in susceptible animals, may be kept in mind in considering Apolant's report" that by transplanting solid carcinoma in actively immunized mice he was able, in three instances, to transform the carcinoma into a In the transplanted tumor graft the specific cells alcohol multiply, but the stroma perishes and a new stroma is provided by the host's tissues.
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