The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a Digest of British and Continental Medicine, and of the Progress of Medicine and the Collateral Sciences

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William Harcourt Ranking, Charles Bland Radcliffe, William Domett Stone
H. C. Lea, 1849
 

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Clinical Lecture on Paralysis of the Portio Dura By R B Todd M D
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Remarkable Spasmodic Affection of the Muscles supplied by the Portio Dura By Dr Ranking
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Singular Spasmodic Action of the Lower Jaw By Dr Spittal
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Case of Acute CerebroSpinal Arachnitis By Dr Robert Mac Donnell 12 Anomalous Case of Spinal Affection By Dr Golding Bird
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On the Therapeutic Value of ElectroMagnetism in Rheumatic Paralysis By Dr William Davies
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Case of Periodic Convulsions cured by ElectroMagnetism By Dr Byrne U s
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Treatment of Tic Douloureux by Injecting the Antrum Maxillare with a Solution of Lunar Caustic By Dr Hullihen
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Extensive Ulceration of the Perineum of Syphilitic Origin cured by large doses of Conium By E A Lloyd Esq 121
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New Mode of treating Urethral Pains following Gonorrhea By M Vidal de Cassis 124
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Lecture on Gonorrheal Ophthalmia By Haynes Walton F R C S 126
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Case of Congenital GlossoceleOperation By W G Delaney M D
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Reduction of a Dislocation forwards of the Fifth Cervical Vertebra
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Compound Dislocation of the Right Humerus By Haynes Walton F R C
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Large Tumour of the Superior Maxillary BoneRemoved by Operation by Pro fessor Pancoast
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Ligature of the Left Subclavian with Remarkable Deviation of the Vessel By J Mason Warren M D
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Operation for Artificial Anus By the same
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Abscess of the Spermatic Cord complicated with Hernia c By W P Brookes
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An Unusual Dislocation of the Shoulderjoint By M Malgaigne
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Lateral Transfisure of the Chest with a ScythebladeRecovery By Dr Sewell 156
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Symptoms of Vesicular Polypus By Dr Lever
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SURGERY 84 85 Sect I Symptomatology and Diagnosis of Surgical Diseases 30 On the Diagnosis and Treatment of Fissure of the Rectum By Bransb...
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On the Differential Diagnosis of Varicocele and Hernia By Dr R Thompson 32 Case in which a Halfpenny impacted in the Pharynx was mistaken for ...
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Aneurism of the Carotid Artery simulating Cynanche Tonsillaris 86 ib
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Nature and Causes of Surgical Diseases
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Cases of Rupture of the Urinary Bladder By Dr Eben Watson 36 Case of Incomplete Reduction en masse of an Inguinal Hernia with Remarks By Jam...
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Strangulated Hernia returned en masse by TaxisOperation required By M
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Sect I Midwifery and Diseases of Women 67 On the Nature and Treatment of the various Forms of Ovaritis By E J Tilt M D
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On Congestive Dysmenorrhæa with an Account of a New Depletory Apparatus By James Whitehead F R
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On the Use of Bichloride of Mercury in Hypertrophy and Induration of the Cervix Uteri By Dr Oldhamn
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On the Treatment of Uterine Catarrh by Injections into the Uterine Cavity By Dr Strohl
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On Cerebral Disturbance the Result of Uterine Disorder By G Corfe M D
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Case of Hydrometra in an Unimpregnated Uterus 73 On the Treatment of Chlorosis By Dr R C Golding
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Sore Nipples treated by Solution of GunCotton
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On Prolapsus Uteri By Professor Hohl
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Excerpta from Lectures by Dr Tyler Smith
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Observations on some forms of Uterine Hemorrhage in connection with Delivery of the Placenta By Robert Cane M D
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Puerperal Convulsions By Dr Murphy
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Use of Ice to promote Uterine Contraction 80 Treatment of Rigidity of the Os Uteri during Labour
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Case of Suffocation from Closure of the Glottis by a piece of Meat By R P Cotton M D
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Farther Observations on the Use of Collodion in Surgery
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On the Treatment of Ulcers of the Lower Extremity By G Critchett F R
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CystorrhæaDischarge of Phosphatic CalculiCure by Injection By Thomas Balman
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On the Treatment of Stone in the Female By Bransby Cooper F R s
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Varicocele treated by Pressure By J R Thomson M D
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On the Employment of Sugar of Lead in Strangulated Hernia
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On the Treatment of Fractures of the Thighbone in Infants By Edward F Lonsdale
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Notes from a Clinical Lecture on Morbus Coxarius By Professor Syme
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Treatment of Hemorrhoids
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New Mode of performing Lithotomy by the Rectum By M Maisonneuve
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Instrument for Plugging the Nostril By C Edwards M D
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Diseases of the GenitoUrinary System
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On the Continued Fevers of Childhood By Dr West
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On Typhoid Fever in Childhood By Dr Wilshire
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On Eclampsia Nutans or the Salaam Convulsion of Infants By William Newnham Esq
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Treatment of Croup by the Application of Nitrate of Silver to the Interior of the Larynx By Dr Bryan
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On the Intestinal Hemorrhages of Newborn Children By Dr Rilliet
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Treatment of Spina Bifida
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On the Purulent Ophthalmia of Infants
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Siga of Masturbation in Females
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By J G Crosse F R C S 108
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On Tracheotomy in Croup By Dr J F Meigs
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BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL MEDICAL WORKS PUBLISHED
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Report on the Progress of Surgery By C Lockhari Robertson M D
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TOGETHER WITH
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Report on the Progress of Anatomy and Physiology
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EDITED
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Seite 11 - THE HALF-YEARLY ABSTRACT OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES. Being a Digest of the Contents of the principal British and Continental Medical Works; together with a Critical Report of the Progress of' Medicine and the Collateral Sciences.
Seite 298 - This view of the subject, though apparently simple, and almost too unquestionable to require, or even to justify, a formal statement, is of considerable importance, when we come to examine cases of what are called, incorrectly, " partial insanity " which would be better described by the phrase "insanity" or " unsoundness " always existing, though only occasionally manifest.
Seite 300 - ... the belief of things as realities which exist only in the imagination of the patient. The frame or state of mind which indicates his incapacity to struggle against such an erroneous belief, constitutes an unsound mind.
Seite 298 - The question being," he said, " whether the will was duly made by a person of sound mind or not, our inquiry, of course, is, whether or not the party possessed his faculties, and possessed them in a healthful state. His mental powers may be still subsisting, no disease may have taken them away, and yet they may have been affected with disease, and thus may not have entitled their possessor to the appellation of a person whose mind was sound. " Again, the disease affecting them may have been more...
Seite 83 - In chapped nipples, it was even more efficient in its protective and curative action, and seemed, in the two instances in which I used it, to work a charm upon the painful skin. The gaping cracks were instantly drawn together, and almost obliterated by the contracting power of the remedy, and were effectually shielded from the influence of moisture, and the pressure of the gums of the infant, and all this in consequence of the rapid evaporation of the ether, in ,an instant of time.
Seite 221 - ... oil of the liver of the common cod. Neither does it distinguish good cod-liver oil from bad, for it produces its characteristic reaction both with common brown cod-oil, and with the finest and palest qualities. But it serves to distinguish oil procured from the liver, from oil obtained from other parts...
Seite 300 - The burthen of proof," says his Lordship, "often shifts about in the progress of the cause, accordingly as the successive steps of the inquiry, by leading to inferences decisive until rebutted, cast on the one or the other party the necessity of protecting himself from the consequences of such inferences. Nor can anything be less profitable as a guide to our ultimate judgment, than the assertion, which all parties are so ready to put forward severally, that, in the question under consideration, the...
Seite 222 - ... venosum, which, in consequence of the impediment to the return of the blood from the lungs, occasion an engorgement of the right side of the heart and of the venous system, and in the end, cyanotic phenomena, with an extension of the hypertrophy and dilatation to the right side of the heart Further, those conditions of extreme thickness of the lung, continued compression of it, (by exudations) atelectasis, catarrh and bronchial dilatation, emphysema, pneumonia and extensive pneumonic induration,...
Seite 131 - ... being its expansion. Sometimes there are several series of these sacculi attached, one series to another, exhibiting an arborescent appearance, but, in every instance, the secondary sacculi are extra-vascular.
Seite 257 - ... hours, is requisite. Each of these, in turn, constantly maintains the parts in exact apposition, by gentle pressure of finger and thumb ; for in this way alone can the consequences of the movements of the face be guarded against. — L'Union Médicale, No. 76. M. Guersant observes that there are three periods at which this operation may be performed with different chances of success. The best chance is offered when it is performed within the first fifteen days. Later, we succeed less often, owing...

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