The Medico-chirurgical Review, Band 44

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S. Highley, 1844
 

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Clinical Remarks on Certain Diseases of the Eye and on Miscellaneous Subjects
111
Posthumous Extracts from the Veterinary Records of the late John Field
125
Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Physic delivered in Kings College
143
An Essay on Thunderstormstheir Phenomena and the Means of Safety from
177
On the Anatomy and Diseases of the Urinary and Sexual Organs By G
183
Cataract and its Treatment comprising an Easy Mode of dividing tho Cornea
190
Curious Mistake in Diagnosis
193
Death of M Chervin
195
Reveille Parise on Health and Disease
197
Orthopedic Controversy in Paris
201
Illustrations of Diseases from the Latin Classics
203
Letter from M Bischoff to M Breschet on Fecundation
206
Amenorrhea the Cause of in the State of the Ovaries
208
Raciborski on the Critical age in Women
211
On the Increasing Frequency of Cancerous Diseases
213
The Physiological Antagonism between the Respiratory and the Biliary Organs By M Virey
215
On the Natural or Spontaneous Cure of Phthisis
217
Cayol on the Vis Medicatrix Natures
219
The Vegetable Origin ol Porrigo Decalvans
220
Remarks on Lateral Curvatures of the Spine
221
Pouchet on Fecundation in Mammiferous Animals
223
Marriage in a Social and Medical Point of View
226
Observations on Infanticide ByM Duvergie
227
On certain Periodic or Intermittent Affections of the Eye
228
Medical Memoranda
229
Dumas on the Fattening of Cattle
230
The Hrcmospasic Method of Treatment
231
Miscellaneous Notices
234
Medical Geography
235
Verminous Tumors in the Stomach and Bowels of the Horse
236
Proximate Cause of Hemorrhage
237
Treatment of Rheumatism
238
ST GEORGES HOSPITAL 9 Report of some Cases occurring in the Practice of Mr Henry James Johnson Assistant Surgeon to the Hospital
254
Spirit of the British and American Periodicals
257
Removal of a Dropsical Ovarium entire by the Large Abdominal Section By D H Walne Esq
258
Phlebitis with Remarks on its Pathology and Treatment By N Chapman M D
259
A Case of Spina Bifida successfully treated by repeated Punctures with Prac tical Remarks By Alexander H Stevens M D
260
Warm Injections in Stricture
261
Operation for Fissure of the Soft and Hard Palate By J M Warren M D
262
ArchTourniquet
263
New Truss
264
THERAPEUTICS 15 Treatment of Hydrophobia by Compression of the Carotids
265
Observations on Spermatorrhoea By W H Ranking M D
266
Naptha in Phthisis
267
Cure of Epistaxis _ 268
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Obstetrical Auscultation By H Van Arsdale M D
269
On Inflammation and Abscess of the Uterine Appendages By Fleetwood Churchill M D
270
On Puerperal Convulsions By Charles Halpin M D Observations on Puerperal Convulsions By Robert Johns M D
271
Abstract of a Report by Mr Wharton Jones on the Ovum of Man and the Mammifera before and after Fecundation
272
Morality versus Physiology
275
The Physiological Effects of Highly Condensed Air on the Human Body By W Detmold
276
MATERIA MEDICA AND PHARMACY 30 On Yellow Bark By Mr Battley
277
Therapeutic Properties of Matico By Dr Hunter Lane
278
Ceratum Saponis By Dr Houlton
279
Provincial School of Pharmacy
280
Medical Statistics of the United States Frigate Potomac Commodore John Downes Commander during a Three Years Voyage of Circumnavigation of ...
281
The Endemic Influence of Civil Government e By J M Foltz M D
283
An Opposition Coach
285
Bibliographical Record
286
Researches on the Decomposition and Disintegration of Phosphatic Vesical
287
IndianMedical Service
289
The Khecsah or Indian Flesh Glove
291
Penny Doctors 592
292
Ulcers of the Legs 3 Eczema
587

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