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Surgical Observations on Tumors with Cases and Operations By J C Waahen M D
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REVIEWS
145
An Essay on Pyrexia or Symptomatic Fever as illustrative of the Nature of Fever
153
Philosophy of Living By Mr Mayo and Dr Ticknor
161
A Treatise on the Influenza of 1837 as observed at Birmingham By P Blaki
168
Elements of Chemistry By the late Edward Turner M D Sixth Edition
176
Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary
205
Guys Hospital Reports No 5
213
ST GEORGES HOSPITAL
220
Spirit of the Foreign Periodicals
225
Character of Cuvier
236
Alleged Affection of the Organs of Calculation
243
Organization of the Brain in the Negro compared with that in the European
249
Influence of Climate on Phthisis Pulmonalis
267
Commentaries on some of the Aphorisms of Hippocrates By M Guerbois
276
Dr Dickson and Dr Johnson
285
DISEASES OF THE RECTUM
286
By Geoace Busme M D V
297
ON BUBO
329
PUBLICATIONS ON ANATOMY
361
Laryngeal Nerves
375
Notci on the Medical History and Statistics of the British Legion in Spain
387
DISEASES OF THE WINDPIPE
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Practical Observations on Nervous and Sympathetic Palpitation of the Heart particu
429
PERISCOPE
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J A Paris M D
464
A Practical Treatise on the Curative Effects of Pimple and Medicated Vapour ap plied locally See c By James Wilson M D
467
Elements of Anatomy By Jones Qua in M D Parts I and II
469
Medicine and Surgery one inductive Science By George Macilwain Esq
470
The Philosophy of the Eye By Mr John Walker
471
Practical Surgery By Robert Liston Surgeon
472
Institutes of Surgery By Sir Charles Bell K G H
473
CastroEnteric Fever
475
Remittent Fever of Children
481
Bilious Remittent Fever
490
Intermittent Fever
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WESTERN LYINGINHOSPITAL AND DISPENSARYDUBLIN 6 Medical Report by Fleetwood Churchill M D
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a Version Cases
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b Forceps Case
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Injuries of the Kneejoint
512
Incision into the Kneejointrecovery
513
Wound of the Kneejointrecovery
514
Clinical Remarks on the best mode of Treating Encysted Tumors of the Eyelids containing Hair By Mr Lawrence
515
Increase of Insanity with the Progress of Civilization
533
On the Duration of Life in France since the commencement of the present Century by M Bienayme
534
Report on the Evils of the Factory System in Frame
535
Suggestions for the Improvement of the Morals and Manners of the Inhabitants of Large Town ia Germany 637
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Cases Illustrative of Albuminaria or Blights Disease of the Kidneys
542
Pathology of Puerperal Fever Metroperitonitis By Dr Nunat
546
Lesions of the Digestive Tubes
547
On a peculiar Affection of the ForearmInflammation of the Sheaths S e of certain Muscles By M Maingault
549
On the Utility of very large Blisters in Whiteswellings and other Tumors of the Joints
550
Cases of Fracture
551
Remarks on Epidemic Diseases
552
Cachexia Aquosa in Egypt
553
Dysmenorrhea relieved by the Fumes of Carbonic Acid
554
Spontaneous Hydrophobia
555
Surgical Aphorisms By Professor Walther
556
General Remarks on Ophthalmia
558
Case of Xerophthalmia with remarks on this rare disease By M VelufJi
559
On the Treatment of Amaurosis by Cauterization of the Cornea
560
Extirpation of the Uterus
561
Radical Cure of Prolapsus Uteri
562
Injections of Iodine in Hydrocele
563
Treatment of Strictures of the Urethra by Bougies coated with Calcined Alum
566
Spontaneous cure of an Aneurysm of the Iliac Artery
567
Perforation of the Vertebral Column by an Aneurysm of the Aorta not suspected during life
568
Spirit of the British and American Periodicals 1 Some Observations on Abdominal Pulsation By James Johnson M D
569
Stricture of Oesophagus communicating with the Trachea
571
Obscure Disease resembling the Grand Climacteric By Dr Johnson
572
Hepatic Abscess bursting into the Colon and into the Lungs with recovery By Dr Colledge
573
Phlebitis By Dr Monat
574
Tympanitis Abdominal
576
Dicksonianism at Home and Abroad
578
Case of Hidrosis or Hidrotic Fever By Mr J C Lever
579
Leeds Petition to Parliament
580
The Late Mr Twining of Bengal
581
Bibliographical Rrcord
582
Mr Guthries Clinical Lectures 1 On Compound and Gunshot Fractures of the Arm
585
On Compound and Gunshot Fractures of the Thigh
602
On the Excision of the Head of the Thighbone
608
On Excision of the Elbowjoint
613
Breach of Etiquette in taking Fees from Medical Men
617
Negative Virtues or a new Method of rising on the Ruin of our Neighbours
620
Byelaws relating to Education S c Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
622
Liquor Lyttse
624

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