The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine (Google eBook)

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1847 - Medicine
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Contents

Transactions of the Provincial Medical and Surgical Association Vol XV
114
Observations on the Operation of Ovariotomy By George Southam
121
Journal of Insanity Vol HI Utica U
128
A Treatise on Fractures in the Vicinity of Joints and on certain Forms of Acci
137
Lectures on the Comparative Anatomy of the Vertebrate Animals By Richard
152
Lettres de Gui Patin Par J H ReveilleParise Docteur en Medecine c
169
Report of a Special Committee of the House of Assembly of the State of
183
Mental Dynamics or Groundwork of a Professional Education By Joseph Henry
235
The Nature and Faculties of the Sympathetic Nerve By Joseph Swan
237
Structure and Functions of the Sympathetic
238
Comparative Anatomy
239
Household Surgery or Hints on Emergencies By John F South
240
Speech of Lieut Gen Sir Howard Douglas Bart M P on the Army Surgeons Bill
244
Inhalation of Ether By J Mason Warren M D ate II Practical Remarks on the Inhalation of the Vapour of Sulphuric Ether By
246
Practical Observations on the Pathology and Treatment of certain Diseases of the Skin c By Thomas Hunt
247
On Sir Charles Bells Researches in the Nervous System By Alex Shaw
249
Medical Statistics their Force and Fallacy By James Duncan A M M D
250
Remarks on the Diet of Children c By George T Gream
251
Selections from the Foreign Periodicals
252
Observations Introductory to a Course of Clinical Surgery By M Malgaigne
253
Treatment of Epilepsy 25G 4 Treatment of Burns
256
Rinino on Chronic diffused Arteritis
257
On Intercostal Neuritis and Neuralgia By Dr Beau
259
On Exostoses and the Operations they require By M Roux
262
On the Iodide of Potassium in Syphilis By Dr Aran
265
On the Use of Assafcetida in Pregnancy By Dr Laferla
266
Observations upon the Treatment of Squamous Diseases of the Skin By M
267
Devergies Observations upon Itch
269
A Sketch of the Life and Works of Tommasini By Prof Giacomini
271
Practical Observations upon Foreign Bodies introduced into the Eye ByM Petrequin
274
On the Dentition of Children By M Trousseau
275
Albuminuria in Pregnant Women
277
Hygienic Rules in Myopia By Dr Sichel
278
Tanchou on the Indications for Bleeding
279
The Pneumonia of Old Persons
281
Anesthesia in Saturnine Affections
282
Bibliographical Record
283
Further Report of the Commissioners in Lunacy to the Lord Chancellor
415
Theoric Experimentale de la Formation des Os Par P Floukens
426
A Treatise on the Physical Cause of the Death of Christ and its relation to
453
Memoir sur la Rougeole des Adultes Par le Docteur Michel Levy
477
Copy of Reports and Communications on M Ledoyens Disinfecting Fluid 1
483
TraW Theoretioue et Pratique dAuscultation Obstetricale Par J H A Dkpaul
497
On the System of the Great Sympathetic Nerve By C Ra dci tffe Hall M D
506
Cholera Dysentery and Fever pathologically and practically considered
515
Report on the Archetype and Homologies of the Vertebrate Skeleton By Pro fessor Owen F R S c
520
The Microscopic Anatomy of the Human Body in Health and Disease By Ar thur Hill Hassall
522
Selections from the Foreign Periodicals 1 On the Frequency of the Pulse and Respiration in the Aged By C W Pennock M D
523
On Scorbutus as observed in the Salpetriere in 1847 and on the Composition of the Blood in this Disease By Dr Fauvel
525
Andral on the Blood in Scorbutus
527
Analogy between Scorbutus and Typhus
529
Influence of Electricity in the production of Diseases By M Pallas
531
On Stricture of the Intestine in Hernia By Louis Chapel
533
Researches on the Normal and Anormal Capacity of the Cavities of the Heart By Dr Beau
534
Eschars over the Sacrum
537
RoyerCollard on the Statistics of Insanity
538
Civiale on the Statistics of Lithotrity and Lithotomy
539
On the Induction of Cystitis and Albuminuria by Blisters
540
On Abscess of the Breast By M Velpeau
543
Andral on the Intestinal Secretions in Cholera
544
Induction of Premature Labour in Miscarriages
545
Purulent Ophthalmia of Newborn Infants
547
Seires on the Treatment of Typhoid Fever by the Black Sulphuret of Mercury
549
The Medical Profession in Paris
551
Observations on the Materia Medica
552
t Alum Gargles
554
Sedative Cataplasm in Puerperal Arthritis
555
The Employment of Tonics in Acute Disease
556
Cazenave on Papular Diseases of the Skin
557
Prolonged Compression in Hiccough
558
Acrount of a Physical Sign of Pneumonia of the Apex of the Lung By Wm Boling M D
559
Address to the Reader
560
Bibliographical Record
561

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