The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine

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XI
150
XII
163
XIII
171
Inflammation of the Vena Ports
177
Slowness of the Pulse in Icterus and Hepatitis
179
4 Diabetes and other Renal Diseases
183
Cold Atfusion in certain Cases of Erysipelas
185
Issues on the Scalp in Chronic Cerebral Diseases
187
Doctrine of PostScabial Diseases
188
MedicoChirurgieal Transactions Vol XXVIII
191
On the Classification Sructure and Development of the Echinococcus Hominis By Ebasmls Wilson F R S
194
A Case of Aneurism of the Popliteal Artery cured by Compression of the Femoral Artery By Messrs Grkatrkx and Robinson
196
On Extravasation of Blood into the Cavity of the Arachnoid c By P H5WETI Esq
198
On the Colostrum of the Cow By John Davy M D F R S
204
Case of Obstruction of the Large Intestine in which the Ascending Coon was opned with Success By Samuel Evans Esq
205
On the Mortality in Prisons and the Diseases most frequently fatal to Prisoners By William Baly M D
208
a Rate of Mortality in Prisons
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b Causes influencing the Itate of Mortality in Prisons 21D c Diseases by which the Mortality in Prisons is chiefly pro duced
214
A History of the British Freshwater Algae By A H Hassall F L S
217
Lectures on the Theory and Practice of Surgery By the late Abraham Coi les M D 221 1 Erysipelas Mammary Abscess
223
Abscess of the Pharynx
225
Retention of Urine
226
Fistula in Ano Fissure of the Rectum
228
Venereal DiseaseGonorrhoea
229
Modes of administering Mercury
231
Syphilis combined with Scrofula
233
Physiologie Pathologique ou Recherches Cliniques Experimentales et Microsco piques sur ilnflammation la Tuberculatum les Tumeurs la Formation ...
235
Microscopic Phenomena of Inflammation
236
Microscopic characters of Pus
237
Relations between Pus and Mucus
238
Minute Pathology of the Kidneys in Albuminous Nephritis
239
Phenomena of Phlebitis
241
Microscopic characters of Tubercle
242
An Enquiry into the Physiological and Medicinal Properties of the Aconitum
248
Ueber die Contagiosity Eingewcidewurmer nach Versuchen Von P F
261
A Practical Treatise on Healthy Skin with Rules for the Medical and Domestic
274
An Address The Third By the Society of Apothecaries 1
282
Elements of Anatomy By Jones Quain M D Edited by Professors Richard
428
Curious Case of Black Secretion from the Skin of the Forehead
453
The Nature and Treatment of Cancer By W H Walshe M D Sec
475
A Practical Treatise on Abdominal Hernia By Thomas Pridgin Teale
508
The Operation without Opening the Sac
509
Management of the Omentum
511
Various kinds of Trusses
513
Diagnosis of Inguinal Hernia and Hydrocele
514
Inguinal Hernia in Women
515
Lectures on Natural and Difficult Parturition By Edward William Murphy A M M D c
516
Deviations from the Standard Pelvis
518
Mechanism of Head Presentation
521
Causes and Management of Tedious Labours
523
Management of Impaction of the Head
525
The Physiology of the Nerves of the Uterus and its Appendages By Joseph Swan
526
Ovariotomy Removal of an Encysted Tumour of the Left Uterine Appendages By George Southam
531
The Transactions of the Provincial Medical and Surgical Association Vol XIV
533
Chemistry Metereology and the Function of Digestion considered with reference to Natural Theology By W Prout M D F R S
535
Abstract of Researches on Magnetism and on Certain Allied Subjects including a supposed New Imponderable By Baron Von Reichenbach Translate...
536
An Inquiry into the Homoeopathic Practice of Medicine By Dr Henderson T II Homoeopathy its Principle Theory and Practice By M B Sampson I
538
The History of British Fossil Mammals and Birds By R Owen F R S c
539
Dr Arnott on Therapeutic Enquiry
540
Selections from the Foreign Periodicals 1 Treatment of Cutaneous Diseases
541
On the Use of Kermes Mineral in Diseases of the Respiratory Organs By Dr Herpin
543
Carbonate of Iron in Menorrhagia c
544
Roux on Excision of the Elbowjoint c
545
Discharge of Serous Fluid from the Ear in Fracture of the Base of the Cranium
547
On the Cure of Eruptions of the Head and Face in Children
549
On the Use of Galvanism in Lumbago Sprains and some other painful Affec tions of the Muscles and Joints
553
Iodine Injections in Chronic Articular Dropsy Hydarthrosis
554
Bland on the Chlorosis of Adults
557
ReveilleParise on the Employment of Cold Cataplasms
558
Aneurism of Bones By M Nelaton
559
Berard on Spontaneous Haematocele
561
Professor Paul Dubois upon the Signs of Pregnancy
562
A Cheap Substitute for a Vapourbath
563
Bibliographical Record
564

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