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diagnosis. The x-ray was probably of most value in making the diagnosis of miliary tuberculosis; often it was of value in determining a pneumonia of which one could get no physical signs; and also in making a dif- ferential diagnosis between empyema and pneumonia, or in corroborating a diagnosis of diaphragmatic hernia. In lesions of the heart it furnished reliable in- formation as to enlargement modification of the shape of the heart, in dilatation, or the presence of exudate, and it would often differentiate plastic exudate from fluid. The presence of air in the chest was also well shown by the :c-ray, and if there was a combination of air and pus one got a pus level which was very char- acteristic. In diseases of the heart in children the x-ray gave a most valuable indication of the amount of damage to the heart by the size and shape of the heart shadow is viagra legal in australia and successive pictures provided one of their best means for the control of exercise in these cases. The temperature and pulse rate were of great value, but the x-ray would occasionally change their method of treatment to the advantage of the patient. The x-ray would show enlargement of the thymus, and of the bronchial and mediastinal lymph nodes and would give corroborative evidence of diaphragmatic hernia. In the diagnosis of obscure case of intrathoracic lesions it should not be neglected. Dr. Freeman illustrated his paper by lantern slides. Dr. Howland said he could not agree that the x-ray showed is viagra legal in australia the enlargement of the thymus gland. It seemed to him that the x-ray more often led one into error than it gave assistance in making a diagnosis of enlarged thymus. The x-ray might also mislead one with reference to the diagnosis of fluid in the peri- cardium. Within a certain amount of fluid in the peri- cardium the pericardial angle became obtuse, but when the pericardium was completely filled with fluid the angle again became acute. So that with a very large amount of fluid in the pericardium one might be led astray by the x-ray. Dr. Koplik said one should be very cautious in per- mitting an x-ray to make a diagnosis for him; this was especially true when there was a thickened pleura and a ca\'ity. He had had one case diagnosed thick- ened pleura when fluid was present. When the .x-ray picture showed spots it did not necessarily mean miliary tuberculosis. There should be a further comparison of x-ray and post-mortem findings before they could rely upon the x-ray plate in making a diagnosis. Dr. Dunn said he wished to agree vnth what Dr. Koplik had just said. He had had three cases in which the radiologist diagnosed the presence of fluid but in which no fluid was found. They had repeatedly found miliary tuberculosis in cases in is viagra legal in australia which the x-ray had failed to show it. They found that the x-ray did not agree with the actual findings in one-half the cases. Dr. Holt said they had sent the same case to a radiologist on successive days and each day a different diagnosis was made. The x-ray was very misleading and was a dubious procedure upon which to base a diagnosis Dr. GiTTlNGS said that at the Phipps Institute they had been trying to diagnose alveolar tuberculosis by the x-ray; in 50 per cent, the diagnosis based on clin- ical findings was not corroborated by the roentgeno- logical examination. In 18 bodies studied recently the x-ray had failed to differentiate enlarged thymus from enlarged bronchial lymph is viagra legal in australia nodes. Dr. D. M. Cowie of Ann Arbor, said there were sometimes spots on the flat x-ray plate that looked like tubercles and that the flat plate is viagra legal in australia could not be relied upon. If the stereoscopic figure was used* the bronchi could be seen in their natural position. The x-ray was only an adjunct to be taken in combination with other signs. Dr. Hand said the x-ray was of great value and the more it was used the more it is viagra legal in australia would be appreciated, but they had not laid enough stress on its is viagra legal in australia limitations in diagnosing pneumonia and empyema. In the diagnosis of heart conditions the x-ray was of great value. It would show whether there was any hypertrophy of the chambers of the heart. Dr. Freeman said he was not at all surprised at viagra rezeptfrei per nachnahme the discussion, in fact, he had brought the slides because he felt that the value of the .r-ray was not appreciated. These slides showed that there were cases in which the .T-ray was indispensable in clearing up a diagnosis. It was his own feeling that many nhysicians exnected too much of the x-ray. In certain instances it showed September 18, 1915] MEDICAL RECORD. 503 conclusively conditions that other signs failed to viagra rezeptfrei per nachnahme in- dicate. Transposition of Viscera in an Infant. — Dr. Samuel S. Adams reported this case, which was attended by his assistant fi-om the time of its birth. He first saw the baby when it was about ten weeks old. There was a complete transposition of the heart and the liver. An examination of the heart revealed all sorts of murmurs. He had seen the baby in April when it was eight months old and it was much better. It had had no attacks of unconsciousness or blueness for some is viagra legal in australia time. The first sound was obliterated. He did not think the foramen ovale would ever close. Dr. Adams exhibited a lantern slide which showed the position of the viscera. The Composition of Woman's Milk. — Dr. L. Emmett Holt of New York presented this communication which gave the result of analyses of 35 specimens of women's milk, 29 individual specimens and 6 composite speci- mens for 24 hours. The analyses were made for differ- ent periods, during lactation and were best understood