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3. Malignant Pneumonia. — Rist says the black plague of the middle ages was characterized by a pneuinonia, haemoptysis being pathognomonic. Wherever pneumonia exists, there should be a sharp lookout for any excessive morbidity and mor- tality among rats, and the saliva should be care- fully examined for the plague bacillus, particularly if the expectoration is markedly bloody. The plague has often started in Oriental ports dis- guised as pneumonia, the buboes appearing only at a later period ; the plague form is distinguished only by an immediate painful swelling of the spleen and an absence of herpes, points so feebly diag- nostic as Viagra Online Pfizer Soft 2 to render bacteriological investigation im- perative. The bacillus is easily discovered and cul- tivated. 4. Meningitides and Tabes. — ^Tinel says the relations between syphilitic meningitis and tabes 8oo PITH OF CURRENT LITERATURE. [New York Medical Journ are becoming continually more evident. The cere- brospinal and tuberculous forms are too transient, disappearing or proving fatal too quickly to have any apparent effect on the posterior cord ; but, asks the writer, would it not be wise to study the pos- sible damage caused by these forms on the cord, particularly when they become chronic? 5. Ereuthophobia. — Hartenberg avers that ereuthophobia. or fear of blushing, causes much anguish to the sutf erer ; he has discovered in Viagra Online Pfizer Soft 2 many cases considerable cardiac erythism, with dilata- tion and arterial hypotension. May not ereutho- Viagra Online Pfizer Soft 2 phobia be a masked Basedow's disease? As to treatment, suggestion has not proved successful. Proceeding upon statements of patients, who have noted that atmospheric conditions tending toward vasoconstriction, and the use of alcohol ameliorate their condition, Hartenberg uses galvanism, the positive pole around the neck like a cravat, the negative on the abdomen, the back, or elsewhere. Bromides are given internally and a regime as near- ly salt free as possible. He has had two complete cures by this combination of methods. SEMAINE MEDICALE March I, 1911. 1. Dorsal Percussion of the Heart; Grocco's Phenomenon, By Teissiek. March 8. 1911. 2. He.xamethylenamine in the Treatment of Acute Biliary Infections and Typhoid Fever. By Chauff.^rh. 3. Should Eclamptic Mothers Nurse Their Infants? By DE Bovi.^ I. Dorsal Percussion of the Heart; Grocco's Sign. — Teissier, percussing a young woman, twenty-nine years of age, suffering from pleurisy with effusion, drew the attention of his class to a region of dulness in the form of a right angled tri- angle, the base corresponding exactly with the lower line of sonority, the height with the line of spinal apophyses, and the hypothenuse with a line separating the area of normal resonance from that of subnormal. This is the triangle of Grocco, to which the latter drew attention in 1902 before a meeting of Italian physicians and surgeons at Flor- ence. It reveals not only Viagra Online Pfizer Soft 2 the presence of Viagra Online Pfizer Soft 2 hquid in the pleural cavity of the side opposite to the Viagra Online Pfizer Soft 2 main affection, as Grocco stated, but it may, instead, show a dilated heart or deviated mediastinum. A dilated right auricle is not uncommon in pleurisies of con- siderable extent. 3. Milk of Eclamptic Mothers. — De Bovis does not doubt that the eclamptic poison can enter the maternal milk, but if care is taken not to allow the baby Viagra Online Pfizer Soft 2 to nurse at the mother's breast dur- ing the first week, especially if convulsions have taken place after birth, there will be no danger of poisoning to the child. If the child is hurried to the breast, however, the danger is grave. It is well known that infants born of mothers who have al- ready had convulsions are not usually long lived. BERLINER KLINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT. March 13, ion. 1. The Neurotropia of Salvarsan, By A. Geronne and C. Gutmann. 2. A Case .of Lepra Treated with Salvarsan, By Isaac, Senator, and Benda. 3. Use of Collargol and Electrargol in the Sequelae of Gonorrhoea, By Gennerich, 4. E.xperiences with Albargin in Practice, By G. Seegall. 5. A Place of Predilection for Spontaneous Fractures in Tuberculous Coxitis, By Otto Ehringhaqs. 6. -A Cured Case of Ichorous Pyopneumothorax from Swallowing False Teeth, By K. NicoL. 7. Modification of J. Holmgren's Method of Evacualicui of Pleural Effusions Instead of Aspiration, By E. Aron. 1. Neurotropia of Salvarsan. — Geronne and Gutmann describe thirteen cases in which neuro-