Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, Volume 16 (Google eBook)

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A. and C. Black, 1820 - Medicine
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Contents

CRITICAL ANALYSIS
75
Report from the Select Committee on the Doctrine of Contagion
109
Progress of the Epidemic Fever at Edinburgh
145
Mr Grangers Case of Poisoning by Stramonium
153
Mr Grangers Case of Poisoning by Stramonium
155
Dissection of Two Cases of ClubFoot By Thomas MKeever
159
The following publications have been sent to us for review
160
Researches on the Pathology of the Intestinal Canal Part II
161
On the Doses of the Ancient Physicians By E Milligan M D c
186
Case of Axillary Aneurism unsuccessfully Operated on at the Hotel
199
On the Acceptation of the Term Scorbutus and on the preva
204
Case of Hydrophobia originating without any obvious Cause
209
Account of a Case of Fracture of the Neck of the Femur
212
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220
A Series of Engravings representing the Bones of the Human Skeleton
261
A Treatise on the Operation for the formation of an Artificial Pupil
272
A Sketch Analytical of the History and Cure of Contagious
278
The Philosophy of Domestic Economy c By Mr Charles Syl
284
Surgical Essays Part II By Astley Cooper F R S c and Ben
297
Dr Fergusson on Marsh Miasmata
306
Mr Ross on the Use of Nitre in Fever
312
No LXIV
319
Case of Aneurism in the Axillary Portion of the Left Brachial
348
On Bloodletting in Dropsies By Robert Lewins M D
359
Contributions to Morbid Anatomy No I By Mr Thomas
371
Observations on the Treatment of Hydrencephalus with Cases
393
Observations on the Diagnosis of Hydrocephalus Acutus with
412
Cases of the Epidemic Cholera Communicated by J
421
Exposition of the Present State of the Profession of Physic
481
Case of Accidental Poisoning with Corrosive Sublimate treated
510
On the Beneficial Effect of the Cold Affusion in a Case of Con
523
Case of Hydrothorax complicated with Disease of the Heart
529
Observations on the Use of Nitrous Acid as a substitute
542
Medical Topography of Upper Canada By John Douglas Assistant
566
Practical Essays on Strictures of the Urethra and Diseases of the Tes
603
PART I
607
Graduations at Edinburgh in 1830
608
Graduations at Edinburgh in 1820 607 School of Physic in Ireland
609
A Treatise on Inflammation of the Mucous Membrane of the Lungs
137
A Complete Treatise on the Nature Symptoms and Cure of Lues
144
Regulations for Apothecaries in England 150
150
Extract of a Letter from Dr Dickson Death of Mr Baynton 157
157
MEDICAL AND SUEGICAL JOURNAL
161
On the Application of the double inclined Plane for the Treatment
194
Account of several Casts of Secondary SmallPox which have recent
199
Contributions to Pathological Chemistry By Thomas Stewart Traill
235
IS Hydrocephalus Chronicus treated by Operation By John Lizars
243
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285
Report of the Royal London and Westminster Infirmary for the Treatment
304
By John Abercrombie M U Fellow of the Royal College
313
No LXVIII
321
An Account of certain Diseases lately prevailing in Alford Aber
337
Report of Cases Treated at the Ophthalmic Hospital Chatham com
349
Case of Stricture in the Intestines accompanied with Scirrhous Liver
375
Observations on the Txnia Solium and on its Removal from
384
Case of Traumatic Tetanus successfully Treated by Amputation
394
Case of Pneumonia with Observations By Mr James Kind 400
400
It Case of Abdominal Tumour with Dissection By Ebenezer Gaird
406
Case of Encysted Hydatids occurring in the Muscular Structure
417
Critical Analysis
424
A Practical Treatise on Tropical Dysentery more particularly as
441
Practical Observations on the Colchicum Autumnale c By
450
Letter from Mr Lizars Dissection of a Case of Hydrocephalus 471
471
Notice of a New Edition pf the Greek Medical Classics by Professor Kiihn 478
478
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL JOURNAL
479
Report of Cases treated at the Ophthalmic Hospital Chatham communi
495
Case of Hydrocephalus By Mr It Hood 510
510
Account of the Epidemic Cholera as it occurred at Mauritius Com
517
e Case of the Epidemic Indian Cholera treated successfully By Dr Wil
527
Case of Erysipelas successfully treated chiefly by Venesection By
537
Case of Amaurosis of the Left Eye cured in consequence of an accidental
555
Cases of Inflammation of the Pericardium with Remarks on the Adhe
574
Pamphlets on the Ophthalmic Question 608
609
Publications and Inaugural Dissertations on the Epidemic Fever 620
620
Graduations at Edinburgh in 1821 635
636

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Page 292 - The Philosophy of Domestic Economy , as exemplified in the mode of Warming, Ventilating, Washing, Drying, and Cooking, and in various arrangements contributing to the...
Page 157 - August, 1815, act or practise as an apothecary in any part of England or Wales, without having obtained such certificate as aforesaid, every person so offending shall...
Page 157 - August, 1815, it shall not be lawful for any person or persons (except persons already in practice as such), to practice as an Apothecary in any part of England or Wales, unless he or they shall have been examined by the Court of Examiners, or the major part of them, and have received a Certificate of his or their being duly qualified to practise as such, from the said Court of Examiners...
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Page 471 - It appears to them incontrovertible, that this disease is capable of being transported from one place to another, as in cases of ordinary contagion or infection, and also to possess the power of propagating itself by the same means that acknowledged contagions do, that is, by the acquisition of fresh materials with which to assimilate.

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