1. Streptomycin has tremedously influenced and improved the treatment of bone anol joint tuberculosis.
2. Surgery for stabilization of damaged joints, excision of sequestra, and drainage of abscesses, seems to be still demanded as in the days before the use of streptomycin, but it is safer and much more efficient.
3. Complications arising from the use of streptomycin are fairly innocuous anol thoroughly acceptable, in view of the disasters which occur without its employment.