In this case of acute regional ileitis which was confirmed histologically, there was a dramatic clinical response to streptomycin therapy. It is possible that the improvement on therapy was co-incidental. We do not claim that streptomycin can cure acute regional ileitis. We hope that the report of this case will stimulate surgeons to observe the effect of streptomycin or other antibiotics on acute regional ileitis and to report their experiences.
A case of chromoblastomycosis occurring in an Indian is descriptionbed. The condition was an extensive one, involving the right leg (which was amputated), the amputation stump, right hand, forearm, arm, anterior surface of the right upper chest and the left hip.
*The references will be published at the end of the last article in this series. Certain aspects of electroencephalography have been mentioned, and the evidence for certain premises on which modern views on epilepsy are based, reviewed. Certain other physiological accompaniments of convulsions have been briefly noted.