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 ..., Parts 28-29 (Google eBook)

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W. A. Townsend Publishing Company, 1854 - Medicine
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Contents

Creosote Inhalation m Phthisis and Bronchitis Dr T Inman
91
On the Use of Chloroform in HoopingCough Dr F Churchill
93
On the Topical Treatment of HoopingCough Dr E Walton
94
Treatment of Aphonia Dr Bennett
96
Cose of Laryngeal Disease in which the Operation of Tracheotomy was performed Henry Smith Eq
97
On the Pathology of Phthisis Dr 0 Black
99
ORGANS OF dIGESTION 44 On the Chemistry of Digestion Dr O E Day
100
On Degenerations of the Glandular Structure of the Stomach Dr G H Jonek
105
Case of Sarcina Ventriculi of many Years Duration treated by the Hyposulphite of Soda Dr R Neale
109
On Inflammation of the Lining Membrane of
113
Stomach Dr O Bsdd
118
On the Physiology and Disease of the Panoreas Dr Bright and M Bernard
120
On an Alvine Concretion consisting of Cholesterine Dr W D Moore
124
Observations on a Case of Frecal Obstruction Dr R Christison
125
Cases of Colic Dr R B Todd
126
On the Treatment of TapeWorm by the MaleShield Fern Dr R Christison
127
On the Production of the Fatty Condition of the Liver Dr C H Jones
128
On the Effects of Cholagogue Medicines and Some Remarks on the Morbid Changes in the Liver do
133
URINARY ORGANS 57 On Diseases of the Kidney Dr Johnson
134
Inflammation of Serous Membranes in Chronic Re nal Disease Drs Burrows and Kirkes
137
On Diabetes Mellitus M Schutzenberger
140
On Gout as it affects theBladder Dr R B Todd
141
SURGERY BONES ANd JOINTS 62 Improved Fracture Apparatus H Greenway Esq
145
Mr Winchesters New Method of Treating Fractures with a Description of a Suitable Apparatus
146
Case of Amputation of the Hipjoint CO Guthrie Esq
148
On Excision of the Kneejoint R J Mackenzie Esq
149
of the Knee and Hipjoints by Forced Rupture Dr P Frank
161
On Wounds of Bloodvessels of the Lower Extre
168
Case of Erectile Tumour of the Orbit Dr D Brainard
174
Permanent Cure of Reducible Hernia Dr O Haywood dr
181
Strangulated Femoral HerniaRemoval of a large
187
Two Cases of Intestinal Obstruction in which
194
Case of Artificial Anus treated by Mechanical
200
AETICLE AI TIIOR PAsE
208
Case of Urid Acid Calculus which appeared
216
dISEASES OF THE SKIN
223
On Epiphytes and Entophytes Dr E A Parkes
229
The Local Treatment of Carbuncle and Furuncle R Flint Esq 287
239
On the Treatment of Iritis John France Esq
245
On Purulent Ophthalmia in the Infant J F France Esq
255
1KTICLZ _ AUThOR 1ABE 129 On a New Method of Inducing Premature Delivery Scanzoni
263
Case of Turning instead of Craniotomy in a con tracted Pelvis J Traill Esq
264
Advantages of Chloroform in such cases Henry Rudye Esq
265
Case of Inversion of the Uterus after Parturition proving Fatal in Eighteen Months J G Forbes Esq
266
Artificial Dilatation of the Os Uteri Dr T E Rawson
269
Galactagogue and Emmenagogue Effects of Warm Stimulating Applications to the Mainline Dr J R Cormack 270
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DryCupping a Substitute for Ergot
273
Treatment of Displacements of the Nongravid Uterus Dr J F Peebles
276
New Operation for the Cure of Prolapsus Uteri M Desgranges
277
On Vaginal Cystocele or Prolapsus of the Anterior Wall of the Vagina and Bladder and a New Operation for its Cure Brown Esq
279
Ulceration of the Cervix Uteri treated by the Ap plication of Collodion M Aran
280
Dissection of a Portion of the Uterus and Placenta Drs Winn and Oall
291
ON CHOLERA 153 On the Blood of Cholera Patients Dr W Robertson
298
On the Pathology of Cholera Dr Sibson
299
Treatment by Calomel Dr Ayre
301
Treatment by large Doses of Calomel F W Richardson Esq
303
Treatment by Calomel Opium Ac C A Chavasse Esq
304
Treatment by Sulphur J Grave Esq 160 Treatment by Sulphuric Acid Dr H W Fuller
305
Treatment by Bicarbonate of Soda and Opium called Maxwells Remedy Dr Cameron
307
Treatment by Quinine Ac Ed Med Tirres Gazette
308
Treatment by Enemata of Tincture of Catechu Ac A J J Chitty Esq 809
311
On the Mode of Death from the Inhalation of Chlo
314
Lupulin the Alkaloid of Hops as an Anaphro
320
On Cramp and Spasm Dr P J Murphy 32
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PRACTICAL MEDICINE AND SURGERY
11
ARTICLE AUTHOR
15
On the Influence of the Contractility of the Lungs
33
On Excision of the Kneejoint H Smith
66
of Respiration upon the Circulation Dr Skoda 73
73
On the Condition of the Respiration in Disease Dr 8 Wilks 76
76
On Cough in general and on Hoopingcough in parti cular Dr R B Todd
79
Remarkable Effects of the Inhalation of Chloroform in Hoopingcough Dr F Churchill
84
Further Observations on the Cause of Tuberculosis Dr J G Atkiuson Bf 38 On the Coexistence of Tuberculosis with Cyanosis Production of Hemipleg...
88
On the Action of Cod liver Oil as a Curative Agent in the Treatment of Disease Dr R M Glover 90
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On Expectoration as a Means of Diagnosis Dr T Thompson 91
91
On Cocoanut Oil as a Substitute for Codliver Oil Do 92
92
On the Use of Lobelia in Asthma Do 93
93
On Indigestion arising from Defective Action of one of the Excreting Organs Do 98
98
On the Remedies for Indigestion Do 104
104
On the Treatment of Urticaria Do 106
106
On the Treatment of Pyrosis Do 107
107
On Fermentation in the Contents of the Stomach with Development of Sarcinse Do 108
108
On a Case Illustrative of the Habitat of the Sarcina Ventriculi and of Cardiac Murmur without Valvular Disease Dr T K Chambers 111
111
On a Case of Sarcina Ventriculi associated with Fatty Degeneration of the Liver Dr R Barnes 112
112
On Fatty Liver Dr H Bamberger 115
115
On the State of the Liver in Jaundice Dr C H Jones 116
116
On Tapeworm Prof Osborne 119
119
New Remedy for Taenia c Prof Paterson 120
120
On the Dropsy of Brights Disease Do 125
125
On Brights Disease Dr H Bence Jones 126
126
A Case of Placenta Praivia in which Galvanism
128
On Albuminuria Dr E A Parkes 129
129
On Diabetes Dr H Bencc Jones 131
131
On the Action of various Remedies in Diabetes Dr W It Basham 132
132
Diabetes treated by Alkalies Sir H Marsh Bt 136
136
On the Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus by Rennet Dr H Fearnside 181
142
On Morbid Conditions of the Urine connected with Chronio DiseaseIndigestion Dr H Bence Jones 14
145
On Passive Hemorrhage from the Kidneys Dr E G Crooke 147
147
On Socalled Chylous Urine Dr H Bence Jones 149
149
Contributions to the Examination of the Urine Prof J Vogel 153
153
Soot as a Disinfectant Dr Elliot
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