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 ..., Volumes 4-6 (Google eBook)

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D. Adee, 1845 - Medicine
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Contents

On the Propagation of the Variolae Vaccinae by Crusts from the Cow John Baron f B s
21
Treatment of Sore Throat or Angina by Alum M Velpeau
22
Sulphate of Alumina and Potass ia Haemorrhage Dr M H Lynch
23
Oxide of Zinc in certain Forms of Convulsions Hennis Green
25
Treatment of Tape Worm Wawruch
26
On Hippuric Acid Alexander Ure
27
Treatment of Spasmodic Affections of the Larynx with Veratria Tunsall
29
Tincture of Aconite in Neuralgia and Chronic Rheumatism Joseph Curtit Esq
30
On the Structure of the Small Pox Pustule Ac W H Judd Esq
31
Treatment of Acute Articular Rheumatism by large doses of Nitrate of Potash M Aran
34
Treatment of Hcemoptysis with Tartrate of Antimony Dr Stall
35
Croton Oil for Nervous Disorders John Cochrane Esq
36
Treatment of Chorea T H WarcUcworth
37
New Plesser and Plessimeter Dr Burne
39
Tetanus cured by Tobacco H Bullock Esq
40
On Vaccination and SmallPox Dr Gregory
43
Efficacy of Opium Injections in Cases of Nervous Excite ment Maddock
44
Treatment of Pneumonia Watson
45
On the Use of Setons in Paraphlegia Ac Marshall Hall
46
On Asphyxia and on the Resuscitation of Stillborn Chil dren John Snow Esq
47
Formula for Oleum Cantharidis and Emplastrum Canthar idis Joseph Smith Esq
48
On the Preparation of Vinum Ferri M Donovan Esq
49
On the Hydroccphaloid Disease Dr Marshall Hall
50
Belladonna in cases of Ulcus M Becker
52
Contraction of the Fingers Cured by Electricity M Brcschel
53
On the Sulphate of Quinine in the Typhus of Children
64
Artificial Sea Water
65
On the Liquor Hydriodatis Arsenici et Hydrargyri M Donovan Esq
66
Treatment of Chronic Pleurisy with Effusion Dr James Hope
68
Treatment of Acute Tropical Dysentery Dr Robert Leurins
71
Strychnine in Chorea M Foulhieux
72
Ergot of Rye M Bonjeau
73
On certain Structures of the Orbit and an improved Method of Treating its Diseases J M Ferrall Esq
74
Observations on Talipes James Braid Esq
80
Modification in the Operation of Depression for Cataract John Morgan Esq
87
On a Method of Restoring the Lower Lip after various Operations Dr A Buchanan
88
The Comparative Advantages of Circular and Flap Am putations R Alcock Esq
89
Caoutchouc Thread for Sutures Thos NunneleyEsq
91
Catoptrical Exploration of the Lens Dr Watson
94
Use of Injections in Gonorrhoea W Acton Esq
95
Use of Morphia in Strangulated Hernia Dr Bell
96
Apparatus for applying Water in the Form of Irrigation Jos Macartney
98
Radical Cure of Hydrocele M Velpeau
99
On thf Employment of Nitrate of Silver in White Swell ings M Jolert
100
Treatment of Bums by Soap Dr T Williamson lul 71 On the Excision of Joiats Bransby Cooper Esq
101
Grubers Ear SpeculumLapis Diviuusin Otorrhaea J H Curtis Esq
102
Iodine in Opacity of the Cornea Dr Lohsse
104
O n the Application of Oil Varnish to the Immoveable Ap paratus in Fractures of the Limbs in Children M Tavignol
105
Reduction of Haemorrhoidal Tumours
106
Isinglass Plaster
107
Cure of the Slighter Degrees of Strabismus without Divis ion of the Muscles Ditto
108
ft Ocular Myotomy in certain Cases of Amaurosis M Pctrequin
109
Suture of the Conjunctiva after Division of the Adductor M Cunier
110
PseudoStrangulations of Hernite M Malgaigne Ill 88 Cyanide of Potassium in Acute Articular Rheumatism M MatiterOe
112
On ClubFoot Dr Gucrin lis 80 New System of Bandaging M Rigal
113
Extraction of a Gold Pin passed far into the Urethra Dr Boinet J15 94 Reduction of a Strangulated Hernia apparently effected by Acupuncture Dascr
116
Haemorrhage after Lithotomy stopped by Creosote Mr Daser
117
i8 New kind of Pessary Chat Clay Esq
119
ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHGLOGY
136
Outline of a Philosophical History of the Reproductive
144
Sounds of the Heart
150
K Cue of Gravid Uterus passing into tlio Sac of an
158
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES
171
On Large Doses of Iodide of Potassium in the last State of Acute Hydrocephalus Roeser 54
3
Gold Leaf and Iron Filings as a Galvanic Antidote
7
H Ergot Producing Abortion in Cows
17
Corrosive Sublimate T H Buckler 30
30
On Incipient Cancer of the Womb Montgomery 33
35
On Chorea B Q Babingion 38
38
Treatment of Sciatica and other Forms of Neuralgia by Turpentine M Martinet 48
42
Leeches to the Knee in DysmenqsrhGea M Trousseau 01
61
On Large Doses of ftuinia in Intermitting Fever Austm Flint 65
65
Infantile Convulsions treated by Ice to the Spine K B Todd 67
67
On Different Preparations of Iron William Tyson Esq 08
70
Diacetate of Lead in Internal Haemorrhage Stceeting Esq 76
75
On Rhemuatic Dercnalgia S H Beau 76
76
Croton Oil in Ticdouloureux c Dr J A Easton 78
78
Rapid Vesication and CounterIrritation by Burning Sther Ac C J Edwards Esq 80
80
Pharmaceutical Bread Henry Deane Esq gj 36 Saturation of Acids and Alkalies Scholefield Esq 82
82
On Infusions Ac 83
83
On Counter Irritants Dr Tumbull 64
84
On Blistering Plaster M Soubeiran 85
85
Gelee poir leGoitre Thomas BeesleyEsq 88
88
On the Prevalence of Calcareous Salts in the Urine
93
Action of Hydrocyanic Acid Ac on the Eye Dr Turnbull
97
On the Use of the Plug to Produce Premature Labour Dr Scholler ifty
99
ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY
164
On the Secretion of Tubercle Dr T H Watts lfi
170
PRACTICAL MEDICINE AND SURGERY
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t CONTENTS OP NO VI
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PRACTICAL MEDICINE ARTICLE 4UTH0H PAOI j 1 On Nitrate of Silver Dr Patterson 9
9
On loduret of Silver Do 11
11
On the Presence of Oxalate of Lime as Characteristic of Certain Forms of Disease Dr Golding Bird 14
14
On the Causes of Oxalate of Lime in the Urine Professor Liebig 17
17
Treatment of Gravel Dr Watson SI 4 General Treatment of Pnenmonia at Guys Hospital Dr Hughes 25
25
Use of Indian Hemp in Some Convulsive Disorders W Ley Esq 27
27
Treatment of Incontinence of Urine Dr Guy 30
30
Iodide of Potassium in Acnte Hydrocephalus Charles Pluder Esq 31
31
On Chlorine in Scarlet Fever Watson 36
36
On the Protecting Influence of Belladonna in Scarlet Fever Do 37
37
On the Pathology and Treatment of Tubercular Phthisis Sir Chas Smdamore 40
40
Pathology of Tubercle Do 42
42
On the best Mode of employing Electricity or Galvanism
43
Anatomy of the Lungs Do 44
44
On the Inhalation of Iodine Do 45
45
Treatment of Acute Rheumatism Dr Hope 48
48
On Bleeding From the Urinary Organs Watson 49
49
On the Nature and Treatmeut of Dropsy James OBcirne 54
54
Colection and Preservation of Hyoscyamus Joseph Houllon Esq 57
57
in the Cure of Neuralgia M C James 62
62
Hydrocyanate of Lon a Cure for Epilepsy M Janson 63
63
On the Use of Ox Gall Dr Charles Clay 65
65
On Cod Liver Oil Ascherson Sr Klenckc 69
69
Skate Liver Oil 71
71
Observations on Creosote Rose Cormack 72
72
Mode of Giviug Turpentine for Tape Worm Bellingham 74
74
The Potatoe in Sea Scurvy W Dallon Esq 75
75
Action of Carbonate of Potash on Gum Resins Hulse Esq 76
76
Treatment of Chlorosis T W B Ktrkby Esq 77
77
On Emmenagome Medicines Do 80
80
On Some Preparations of Iron Dr JJhn Todd 81
81
Useful Form of Syrupns Ferri C R Aikin Esq 82
82
Tobacco in Hysteria Dr J H Thomson S2 29 Treatmentof Croup Following Ulcerated Throat R W Gibbet 83
83
Citrate and Amrnonio Citrate of Iron 84
84
Antidote to Corrosive Sublimate M MiahJe 85
85
On the Effects of Caloric Applied to the Skin M Gmidret 86
86
On the Extemporaneous Preparation of Medicated Waters Jokn Fordred Esq
87
Phloidrine a new Substance 88
88
On aVery Simple Means of Arresting Epistaxis Dr Negrier 89
89
On Diseases of the Urinary Organs Sir Benjamin Brodie
93
On the Treatment of the Haemorrhagic Diathesis James Miller Esa 107
107
On the Operation for Spinal Curvature G V Childs Esq i
111
On Mr Staffords Treatment of Stricture Wm Covlson Esq 115
115
Additional Facts Regarding the Structure of the Liver A Krnest ljombron
118
Treatment of Syphilis by Tartarized Antimony Alfred Smee Esq 185
129
On Laryngotomy John Hilton Esq 135
135
On a New Way of Operating for Cataract John Morgan Esq 149
145
On Cataract M Bonnett 151
151
Treatment of Nnjvus Professor Pattisoti
157
FwlStab of the Brain Dr Keyl 174
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Page 17 - fall victims to consumption. They complain bitterly of incapability of exerting themselves, the slightest exertion bringing on fatigue. In temper they are irritable and excitable; and in men the sexual power is generally deficient, and often absent. A severe and constant pain, or sense of weight, across the loins is generally a prominent .symptom. The mental faculties
Page 99 - in many instances it enables a patient to make water with more facility; but in many instances, also, it brings on retention of urine. 2dly. Haemorrhage is a more frequent consequence of the use of the caustic than of the common bougie, and it sometimes takes place to a very great and to an almost
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Page 51 - from the administration of medicine, the exhaustion which ensues is apt to lead to a very different train of symptoms. The countenance becomes pale, and the cheeks cool or cold ; the eyelids are half closed, the eyes are unfixed, and
Page 99 - dilating the fistulous sinus, and laying open the membranous part of the urethra as far forward as the stricture, the exact situation of which was marked by the bougie. The bougie was then withdrawn, and an instrument was introduced in its place, consisting of a straight silver tube, closed at its extremity, except a narrow
Page 94 - early stage, obliterates the inverted image, and renders the deep erect one very indistinct. Glaucoma, only when much advanced, obliterates the inverted image, while, in all its stages, it renders the deep erect one more evident than it is in the healthy eye.' Dr. Mackenzie has found that in glaucoma, at a middle stage, the inverted
Page 102 - the stricture, that its distance from the orifice of the urethra may be correctly ascertained. A small piece of potassa fusa should be inserted into a hole made in the point of a soft bougie : the eighth part of a grain is the smallest and a grain the largest quantity I am in the habit of using
Page 165 - owing to some other affection than cataract ; for cataract obliterates the inverted image and renders the deep erect one very indistinct. Glaucoma only when very much advanced obliterates the inverted image, while in all its stages it renders the deep erect one more evident than in the healthy eye.
Page 186 - itself. Repeated copious blood-letting, is of itself adequate to produce a hardness of the pulse which we shall in vain endeavor to subdue by depletion." And almost every practitioner is aware, how many cases of paralysis, apparently resulting from apoplexy, arise from a waste of nervous

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