The interesting and instructive case of hemorrhage into the suprarenals here reported occurred under the care of Dr. Byron Meacher, Portage, Wisconsin, to whom I am indebted for the specimen shown; namely, the right suprarenal body and the right kidney.
—Dr. Meacher's history of the case follows: The patient, a boy, aged 18, came to the hospital Jan. 20, 1909, for operation for a left inguinal hernia. The examination before the operation indicated that the patient was in perfect general health. The urine was normal; there was no history of any previous illness of any importance whatsoever except that four years ago he suffered from an infection of the left leg, recovery from which was complete. No record of tuberculosis could be obtained. Operation, January 27, under ether anesthesia, was uneventful. On the first day after the operation the pulse ranged from 100 to 140; it was normal on