Western Lancet: A Monthly Journal of Practical Medicine and Surgery, Volume 18 (Google eBook)

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Contents

On Periodicity Intermittency or Remittency of Diseases By Abrm Llvezy A M M D
104
The History Diagnosis and Treatment of the Fevers of the United States By Elfsha
132
Sir Henry Holland on the Abuse of Purgative Medicines
140
Stimulant and Tonic Treatment of Epilepsy
147
Reduction of Dislocated Cervical Vertebrae
153
MedicalCollegeof Ohio
158
A Case of Destructive Inflammation of the Eye from a peculiar Cause By C Wood
161
An Interesting Case of Paraplegia By 0 C Gibbs M D Trewsburgh Chautauque
170
A Case Illustrating the ill effects of Quinine By John Oreenwald M D Cincinnati
176
Speech of M Velpeau in the Academy of Medicine Nov 20 1B50
187
COMMERCIAL HOSPITAL REPORTS
194
On the Constitutional Treatment of Female Diseases By Edward Rigby M D
215
A Discourse introductory to a Course of Clinical Surgery delivered in the Amphitheater
226
Lord how this World is given to Lying
230
Observations on the Climate of Madeira and remarks on the remedial effects of Climate
241
Extirpation of the Entire Uterus By Geo Fries M D Cincinnati
248
Prises at the Commercial Hospital
249
Poisoning by Strychnia treated with the Sulphate of Morphia By H L Phillips
257
Report of a Case of Strangulated Hernia By T J Cogley M D
265
Cisophagotomy
269
and on Dropsies
286
Sickness and Death of Dr E K Kane 896
301
On the Death of Dr Kane 838
307
Naval Medical Board
321
The Chemical Composition and Medical Properties of the Waters of Grayson Springs
323
Veratrum Viride By O W Boerstler M D
330
On the Use of the BiCarbonate of Potassa as a Condiment By 0 C Gibbs M D
336
Report of a Caw vt Dislocation of the Femur reduced by Manipulation By George
339
Hydrocele cured by Friction of the Tunica Vaginalis
343
On the Diseases of Women Including those of Pregnancy and Childbed By Fleetwood
360
The Relations of Food and Disease 302
362
Pharmacy as a Branch of Medical Education
368
Death from Amylene
374
Sulphur Externally In Rheumatism
381
Anatomical Preparations
387
Female Physicians
389
Number of Medical Students and Graduates in the United States 18567
398
Qrarid Uterus of a Cow at the third month of Gestationpresented to the Montgomery
399
Femoral Aneurism cured by Veratrum Viride Manipulation and Compression By
407
Syphilization By Dr Spenno
413
Dislocation of the Head of the Femur into the Thyroid Foramen Reported by N
419
Lectures on the Principles and Msthods of Medical Observation and Research fur the
430
Betocele and Cystocele Reported by William Hays M D Resident Physician Prof
510
Transactions of the Indiana State Medical Society at lis Eighth Annual Session held
524
F Isaacs on Anatomy of the Pleura 407
529
Discoloration from Nitrate of Silver
535
Editors Apology
536
t Jaundice from Noctes Ambrosianae
546
Exsection of the Head of the Humerous By G C Blackman M D Professor of Sur
551
A Case of Fistulous Ulcer Running into the left Groin By G P Bachenberg M D
560
Extract from a Clinical Lecture by M Trousseau
567
Caries of the Temporal Bones Reported by N J Sawyier M D House Surgeon
571
CORRESPONDENCE
577
Principles of Medicine An Elementary Yiew of the Causes Nature Treatment Diagno
581
European Correspondence of the St Louis Med and Surgical Journal
587
Lecture on Cancer Cures and Cancer Curers 594 670
594
Prof VTm Gibson and Mr Crawfords Case
607
Letter to Dr Thompson from the Army and Nary Department 113
609
Montgomery County 0 Medical Society
615
Ligature of the Primitive Carotid Artery for Malignant Disease By Geo C Blackman
627
Frequency of the right Obliquity of the Uterus By B F Richardson M D Adjunct
634
On the Extraction of the Secundlnes after Abortion by Dr Careys Separator By O C
645
Elemens de Pathologic Chirurgicale By A Nelaton
651
The Greatest of our Social Evils By a Physician
657
Moral Insanity
677
Doctors Bills
690
Lake Superior as a Resort for Invalids
694
Eobin the Microscopist
703
Remarks on the Precursory Stage of Phthisis By L M Lawson M D Professor of
707
Artificial Rupture of the Amniotic Sac during labor Objections to the practice By B
719
A Table on the Acidity and Alkalinity of some of the Human Fluids in a state of health
725
The HandBook of Practical Receipts of every day use By Thos F Branston
728
Removal of Foregln Body from beneath the Heart
733
The Reflecting Otoscope and Artificial Drum 745
745
Dr Mansonon Malarial Pneumonia
751
The Microscope In the Diagnosis of Consumption
757
Lawyers and Doctors
760
Tenth Volume of the Transactions of the American Medical Association
831
Medical Journals
840
Threatened Invasion of Cholera
844
Proceedings of the Montgomery County Medical Society Ohio By J C Denise M D
846
Prof Oppolzers Diagnosis and Treatment of Ulcer of the Stomach
892
EDITORIAL
899

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Page 402 - Four months previously, ho felt a sharp pain along the course of the femoral artery at the junction of the lower and middle third of the thigh, and for the first time he observed a pulsation in this region.

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