The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly Journal Containing a Retrospective View of Every Discovery and Practical Improvement in the Medical Sciences ..., Bände 17-18

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W. A. Townsend Publishing Company, 1848
 

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On the use of Vinegar in Rheumatism J C Atkinson Esq
29
Case of General Anasarca Treated by Digitalis Donald MDonald Esq
32
On the Theory of Convulsive Diseases especially Epilepsy Dr Marshall Hall
34
On the Irritability of Paralysed Muscles do do 16 On the Signs derivable from Paralysis Prof Andral
46
Idiopathic Tetanus treated by Chloroform W H Cary Esq
48
On Intoxication G Corfe Esq
49
On Delirium Tremens do
50
Article AUThor 53 On Flatulence Dr Dick
53
On the use of Acetate of Lead in Flatulent Distention of the Intestines Baddeley
54
On the use of Tartar Emetic in Chorea and in Cerebral Ex citement o
55
Neuralgia treated by Chloroform F Sibson Esq
56
Neuralgia treated by the Actual Cautery M Notta
57
On certain forms of Alkaline Urine Dr Rees
58
Observations on Hysteria G Corfe Esq
59
Treatment of Chorea by Emetic Tartar M Salgues
60
Case of loss of Speech Cured by GalvanoPuncture M Camino
61
On the Physical examination of the Blood Dr Copland
62
On the Influence of Obstructed Circulation through the Heart do
63
On the Structure of Tubercle Dr Lebert
64
On Heautophonics a new method of Ausculation G cºſ Esq
65
On Distortions of the Spine
66
A case of old Dislocation of the Radius successfully reduced Dr Stark
67
Dislocation reduced under the Influence of Chloroform W B Page Esº
68
An Alphabet of Ausculation
69
On Coryza Maligna Dr C West
70
Case of Acute Laryngitis T O Ward
71
On the treatment of Croup C West
72
On the Diagnosis of Inflammatory Ligaments
73
On the treatment of Ganglion
74
New operation on the Foot T Wakley
75
On Spasm of the Glottis do
76
On the treatment of HoopingCough do
77
On Tumours of the Neck connected with Bloodvessels
78
Extirpation of Naevi by Ligature J Luke
79
On the frequency of Pulmonary Diseases in Children do
80
On the Sounds of Bronchitis G Corfe Esq
81
Description of a new Tourniquet H V Malan
82
On the treatment of Bronchitis in Children do
83
A case of Sheeps Tooth in the Bronchus J Rayner
84
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85
Practical Hints on Dental Surgery John Tomes
86
On the treatment of lndurated Tonsils Dr Naudin
87
On lntestinal Obstruction B Phillips
88
On Internal Strangulation of the Intestines J Mackenzie
89
On the treatment of Pleurisy and Pneumonia G J Guthrie Esq
90
On the use of the Taxis in Strangulated Hernia T Hunt
91
On acute OEdema of the Lungs Dr C West 46 Chloroform in Spasmodic Asthma B Chandler Esq
92
On Diphtherite Dr Coley c 33
94
A new diagnostic of Impaired Digestion M Beam
95
On the treatment of Syphilis in Austria M Sisopics
186
On the Hereditary Transmission of Syphilis M Ricord
187
On Callous Ulcers of the Leg Prof Syme
188
On the treatment of Burns
189
On Phagedenic Uleers Prof S Cooper
195
Ointment for Seald Head
196
On Chilblains Irof S Cooper
197
On the treatment of Gonorrhoeal Ophthalmia M Ricord
198
On Sloughing of the Cornea from Defective Nutrition W Bowman Esq
199
On Opacities of the Cornea do
200
On the local treatment of Corneitis Dr Jacob
201
i23 Ön the treatment of scrofulous ophthalmia Dr Educards
202
On Subacute Inflammation of the Tympanum W R Wilde Esq
203
On Deafness in Scarlatina and Measles Dr N Morrell
204
MIDWIFERY AND THE DISEASE8 of women 126 On Reflex Uterine Action Dr W T Smith
205
On Vomiting During Pregnancy Churchill
208
On the causes of Abortion W T Smith
211
Mode of inducing Premature Labor Simpson
215
On Sterility gby
216
On Uterine Haemorrhage W Newnham Esq
221
On Piacental Presentations
225
Two cases of lnternal Haemorrhage Dr Tyler
238
Case of Vagina limperforate at the time of Labor Dr Ogden
239
On Rigidity of the Os Uteri Mr Remington c
240
On Turning as an alternative for Craniotomy and the long Forceps in deformity of the Brim of the Pelvis Simpson
242
Case of Caesarian Operation J Goodman Esq
253
Erysipelas a cause of Puerperal Fever R C West Esq
255
On Amenorrhoea c as affections of the Ovaries Dr W Tyler Smith
256
Case of Ulceration of the Lining Membrane of the Uterus ac companied by Pregnancy Cla
257
On Inflammation and Abscess of the Uterine Appendages H Bennet
258
On Varicose Ulcer of the Os and Cervix Uteri J Whitehead Esq
259
On Preternatural Elongation of the Cervix Uteri Dr Coley 145 On Retroflexion or Retroversion of the Unimpregnated Uterus Prof Simpson
260
Case of Retroverson of the Uterus During Pregnancy Dr Seddon
273
New Instrument for Prolapsus Uteri Reid
274
do do do M Dubois
275
On Polypus Uteri Locock
277
New mode of applying Ligatures to Polypi M Favrot
278
On certain forms of Headache in Females Dr Murphy
279
Case of Monster R U West Esq
281
On the treatment of Chronic Gastralgia M Valleir 52 On the nature and treatment of Asiatic Cholera Dr Bell c
51
Treatment of Piles and Prolapsus Ani J Taylor Esſ
97
Curious case of RectoUrethral Fistula F F Giraud
98
On lrritable Ulcer of the Rectum B Cooper
99
Treatment of the Abscesses which precede Fistula in Ano J P Vincent G B Childs
100
On the formation of Fat Dr G E
157
On SeaSickness D F W Fisher
163
On Gangrena Senilis Prof Syme
169
On the Ventilation of Rooms Mr Small
175
The composition of Milk
181

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Seite 296 - ... being carried through it, containing a pound of coffee newly roasted. In another room exposed to the effluvium occasioned by the clearing out of a dung-pit, so that sulphuretted hydrogen and ammonia in great quantity could be chemically detected, the.
Seite 182 - ... of the limb, which has the effect of speedily dispersing the subcutaneous induration and thickening, so as to relax the integuments, and thus remove the obstacle opposed to healing action. In the course of a short time, seldom exceeding a few days after the blister has been applied, the surface of the ulcer, however deep it may have been, is found to be on a level with that of the surrounding skin, — not, of course, through any process of reproduction, or filling up, but merely from the removal...
Seite 304 - ... by the relative state of the surrounding electric medium ? To what can we attribute the present fluctuating condition of the barometer, if not to it ? We know what wonderful decomposing action galvanism had on alkalies, under the hands of the illustrious Humphrey Davy ; but we do not know, nor have we any conception in the present...
Seite 157 - I agree entirely with Sir Astley Cooper in regarding it as unsafe to operate on infants before weaning: firstly, because, from their excessive irritability, they are totally unable to sustain any loss of blood; and. secondly, because after the operation they are rendered incapable of sucking; and, indeed, Sir Astley has pointed out in his lectures the frequency of the failures he met with in his own practice in operating upon infants shortly after birth. I consider the best time, under ordinary circumstances,...
Seite 145 - Guthrie recommends the treatment of wounds of the chest in the followiag тпаппег : — ] 1. All incised or penetrating wounds of the chest should be closed as quickly as possible, by a continuous suture through the skin only, and a compress supported by adhesive plasters, the patient being afterwards placed on the wounded side. 2. If blood flows freely from a small opening, the wound should be enlarged, so as to show whether it does or does not flow from within the cavity. If it evidently...
Seite 198 - ... added the root of rumex crispus and the tinctures of the bark of prinos verticillatus and chymaphilla umbellata is a remedy of the first importance. Next, the muriate of lime, an old remedy, now much neglected, and lastly, iodine and its preparations, make up the chapter of internal remedies. Blisters kept perpetually discharging placed behind the ears or on the arms, alternately form the remedies to be applied externally. The fauces must be well rubbed with a smooth piece of alum twice a week,...
Seite 300 - ... 2. Its action is much more rapid and complete, and generally more persistent. I have almost always seen from ten to twenty full inspirations suffice. Hence the time of the surgeon is saved ; and that preliminary stage of excitement, which pertains to all narcotizing agents...
Seite 297 - Having made a number of experiments during the summer, I am satisfied that this solution has in a high degree the property of preventing decomposition in organic matter, several cesspools and other places which gave out the most putrid odour having been almost instantaneously sweetened by its application, an effect heightened by a small quantity of free chlorine which this liquor always contains. I need scarcely describe to chemists the action of this salt, the principal...
Seite 54 - Thus, if the specific gravity of any specimen of urine be expressed in four figures, the two last will indicate the quantity of solids in a fluid ounce of the urine, within an error of little more than a grain, when the density does not exceed 1'030; above that number the error is a little greater. To illustrate this, let us suppose we are called to a patient, the integrity of the depurating functions of whose kidneys we are anxious to learn.
Seite 126 - These latter incisions enabled me to make a flap about two inches in length from the integument of the sole. In the next place, a circular flap of integument was formed between the two malleoli posteriorly, the lower border of the flap reaching to the insertion of the tendo Achillis.

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