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, 1846
 

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On the Treatment of Albuminuria By Dr Alexander Wood
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Modus Operandi of Opium in the Treatment ofHcmorrhage By Dr W Griffin
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Neuralgia from a Bony Tumour of a Nerve By Mr W H Colborne
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Annates de Chirurgie
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Injurious effects of Pressure in the employment of the Taxis for the reduction
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Novel simple and successful Method of treating Roptured TendoAchilles
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Cases of Contracted Cicatrices treated by the Taliacotian Operation By J C
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British and Foreign Medical Review cTHygiine
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Ligature of the Posterior Tibial Artery By Dr C Hall
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FACE
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Rigid Contraction of the Lower Jaw successfully treated By R W Tamplin
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Case of Dislocation of the Spine By Mr Colborne
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Postpartum Hemorrhage In Source and Pathological Nature By Prof Simpson
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The Diagnosis of Ovarian and Abdominal Tumours By Dr J H Bennett
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Fatal Case of the Cesarean Section By Mr Lyon
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Case of Sanguineous Apoplexy in a Child By Mr Worthington
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ART TASK
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Care oflnvenio Uteri By Dr Mitchell
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Report on the Progress of Surgery By H Ancell Esq Lecturer on Medical Juris
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Report on the Progress of Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children By
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Report on the Progress of Human Anatomy and Physiology By W S Kirkcs M D
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Report on the Progress of Pathological Chemistry By George Day M D Cantab c
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Report on the Progress of Materia Medica and Pharmacy By George Day M D
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Report on Public Health By W A Guy M D Cantab fcc
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Books received
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A PRACTICAL AND ANALYTICAL DIGEST OF THE CONTENTS OF THE PRINCIPAL
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MedicoCliirurgical Review de Chemic et de Pharmacie
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PRACTICAL MEDICINE PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS
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Diseases of the Nervous System
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Case of Catalepsy with Observations By Dr 0 B Bellingham 31
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On the Treatment of Chorea By Dr Marshall Hughes 37
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Observations on PostPharyngeal Abscess By Dr Bessems 65
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Treatment of Colica Pictonum By M Gendrin 64
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The Diagnosis of Gout and Rheumatism By Dr Robertson 73
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On the Treatment of Porrigo Scutulata By John Erichsen Esq 79
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The Symptoms and Diagnosis of Fracture of the descending Ramus of the Pubis
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with Fracture of the Sternum
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Treatment of Surgical Dieeaiet T PAGE 66 Treatment of a peculiar Form of Disease of the Prostate Gland By W Collet Eaq 98
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The Surgical Treatment of Croup By M Gnersent 114
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On the Treatment of Varicose Veins By F C Skey Esq F R C S 116
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Improvements in the Treatment of Aneurism by Compression 118
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Successful Case of Amputation at the Hipjoint By W S Cox Esq 119
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Therapeutical Indications in Strictures of the Urethra By M Leroy DEtiolles 121
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Treatment of Ganglions By F C Skey Esq 128
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On the Treatment of Bursal Disease of the Kneejoint By F C Skey Eaq ib 85 Tumour of the Neck cured by Acupuncture By M Costelli 126
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Paracentesis of the Bladder by the Rectum By M Linoli 127
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Lithomenia New Plan of treating Urinary Calculi By M Dumesnil ib 88 Remarkable Case of Aneurism by Anastomosis treated by various Operations ...
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Care of Nasvi 132
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On the Treatment of Wounds of Arteries By S J Guthrie Esq F R S 133
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cured by Eitcnsion By W H Crowfoot Esq 135
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Foreign Body in the Tongue during thirtytwo Tears 136
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Extraction of a Metallic Substance from the Gullet By F A Bnlley Esq 137
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Catheter broken in the Urethra Lithotomy By F Wildbore Esq 138
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Extraction of a Musketball lodged in the Orbit for twentyfour Years By M
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Inverted Displacement of the Bladder By J G Crosse Esq 140
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MIDWIFERY AND DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN Sect I Midwifery and Diseases of Women 98 Clinical Lecture on Diseases of the Ute...
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On Urethritis in tho Female By M Boys de Loury 143
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On Granulation and Narrowing of the Oa and Cervix Uteri By M Velpeau 144
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On Rheumatic Paralysis of Nurses By Professor Trousseau
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Rapture of an Ovarian Cyst ib 103 On the Employment of ElectroMagnetism in Amenorrhea and Dysmenorrhea By Dr Robert MDonnell 146
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On the Ergot of Rye in Menorrhagia 147
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Observations on Prolapsus Uteri By M Retxius 160
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Description of Mr Lunds Pessary 151
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Resume of Midwifery Statistics 156
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remarkable Case
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Clinical Lecture on the Diarrrusa of Infants By 1
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Report on the Progress of Surgery By H Ancell Esq Lecturer on Medical Juris
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Report on Syphilis By the same 228
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Report on the Progress of Midwifery and Diseaaes of Women and Children By
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Report on the Progress of Human Anatomy and Physiology By Dr Kirkes 287
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Report on the Progress of Materia Medica and Pharmacy By George Day M D
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Errata
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Report on Public Health By W A Guy M D Cantab tec
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Bibliographical Record
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Books Received
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Seite 7 - 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 93 - The effects produced by pressure are," says Dr. Walshe, " removal of existing adhesions, total cessation of pain, disappearance of swelling in the communicating lymphatic glands, gradual reduction of bulky masses to small, hard, flat patches, or rounded nodules (which appear to be, both locally and generally, perfectly innocuous), and in the most favourable cases total removal of the morbid production.
Seite 271 - April 21st, when, having thoroughly cleansed myself, I resumed my practice, and had no more puerperal fever. " The cases were not confined to a narrow space. The two nearest were half a mile from each other, and half that distance from my residence. The others were from two to three miles apart, and nearly that distance from my residence. There were no other cases in their immediate vicinity which came to my knowledge.
Seite 86 - There was a considerable enlargement of the lower end of the tibia, but the ankle-joint admitted of every motion, and was apparently sound. The skin was thin, tense, and closely adherent to the periosteum. There was constant pain in the part, generally of a moderate character, but every now and then it became excruciating, keeping the patient awake at night, and confining him to the house for many successive days.
Seite 270 - I had evident proofs that every person who had been with a patient in the puerperal fever became charged with an atmosphere of infection, which was communicated to every pregnant woman who happened to come within its sphere.
Seite 17 - That of isolated superficial erosions, of a size varying from that of a millet seed to that of a...
Seite 92 - M. Recamier has employed compression upon a very large scale, and the more important part of his results is as follows : ' Of one hundred cancerous patients, sixteen appeared to be incurable, and underwent only a palliative treatment; thirty were completely cured by compression alone, and twenty-one derived considerable benefit from it ; fifteen were radically cured by extirpation alone, or chiefly by extirpation and pressure combined, and six by compression and cauterisation ; in the twelve remaining...
Seite 334 - In every district in which fever returns frequently, and prevails extensively, there is uniformly bad sewerage, a bad supply of water, a bad supply of scavengers, and a consequent accumulation of filth...
Seite 334 - ... bad sewerage, a bad supply of water, a bad supply of scavengers, and a consequent accumulation of filth; and I have observed this to be so uniformly and generally the case, that I have been accustomed to express the fact in this way: — If you trace down the fever districts on a map, and then compare that map with the map of the commissioners of sewers, you will find that wherever the commissioners of sewers have not been, there fever is prevalent ; and, on the contrary, wherever they have been,...
Seite 274 - ... Society, in which a physician went, soon after performing an autopsy of a case of puerperal fever, to a woman in labor, who was seized with the same disease and perished. The forfeit of that error has been already paid. At a meeting of the Medical and Chirurgical Society before referred to, Dr. Merriman related an instance occurring in his own practice, which excites a reasonable suspicion that two lives were sacrificed to a still less dangerous experiment. He was at the examination of a case...

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