The American Practitioner, Volumes 29-30

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Contents

Diagnosis of Imbecility and Weakmindedness in Young Children 470
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Influence of Liquid Air Temperature on Bacteria 347
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Treatment of Eclampsia with Saline Infusions 473
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Endocarditis and Bacillus Influenza
117
Jones Harold Emery M D 214
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Report of a Recovery from Traumatic Tetanus
143
Legislation and the Control of Venereal Disease in Russia 275
145
Tuberculin Test
158
Charlton F R M D
161
Cerebral Complications in Whoopingcough 279
164
Tuberculosis of the Larynx By S G Dabney M D 1
177
Loss of Intestine and its Effect on the Nutrition
197
Death from Embolism of Olive Oil 474
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Louisville MedicoChirurgical Society 18 49 94 129 179 212 255 288 327 378 413 450
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Technic of Herniotomy
223
Class Valedictory Address By Ezekiel Merrill Bartlett M D 253
237
Maddox J D M D 123
240
Ulcerative Stomatitis 113
271
Meeting State Medical Society Georgetown Ky May 9 to II 1900
273
Clinical Manifestation of a Physiological Fact 152
274
General Vesicular Eruption from Eating Mussels
276
On the Surgical Treatment of Uterine Cancer and its Recurrences
277
Methyleneblue as a Hypnotic 118
304
Conception of Disease
306
Urotropin as a Urinary Antiseptic 470
307
Pneumonia and its Treatment
310
Very Old Fogies 238
314
Nausea of Anesthesia 119
320
Report of Four Cases of Mastoid Abscess By M F Coomes A M M D
323
Walton J C M D 375
337
Connection of the Lymphatic Vessels and Bloodvessels
357
Vomiting of Pregnancy
359
Preparations made from Blood 199
361
With Report of a Case By J C Walton M D
375
What are the Most Efficient and Practical Means for Limiting the Prevalence
392
Prevention of Cruelty to Children
395
New York Academy of Medicine 63 227 300 425
396
Contagiousness of Inherited Syphilis 238
398
Chronic Constipation 278
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Quarantine Against Rabies 320
431
Origin of Plague at Santos 159
434
Results of Operation for Stricture of the Male Urethra 349
435
Kempf E J M D
441
Some Sociological Problems for the Medical Man By Ernest G Mark A B M D 321
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Gunshot Wounds of the Reduced Caliber Rifles in the Santiago Campaign 266
446
What is the Secret of Cure of an Ulcer of the Leg? 74
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Where Red Tape Worked Well 359
479
Technique in Operations for Intraligamentary Cystic and Solid Tumors 22
22
Kochers Operation for Carcinoma of the Larynx 230
23
Riding Fragment in Fractured Leg 25
25
Operative Treatment of Carbuncle 27
27
Chronic Gonorrhea in the Male 37
30
Absorptive Power of the Pleura 78
37
Operative Treatment of Goiter 272
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Harmless but Objectionable Microscopic Organisms in WaterSupplies 112
112
Methyl Blue in Inoperable Uterine Cancer 223
117
Hays John Edwin A M M D
121
Dilatation of the Stomach from Pressure of the Superior Mesenteric Artery Vein
124
Enormous Vesical Calculus with Perforation of the Bladder 140
140
Appendicitis a Surgical Disease 143
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Discursive Notes as to the Management of the Insane By Barton W Stone M D 91
146
Out of the American Medical College Association 261
150
Epithelial Cancer 151
151
Sealing of Aseptic Wound 156
153
Appendicitis with an Abnormal Onset 155
155
Technique in Operations per Vaginam for Diseases of the Uterus and Appendages 316
157
F A M M D 161
161
Therapeutic Value of Electricity By L T Lowder M D 165
165
Doctorate Address By Roswell Park M D LL D 41
168
Mucous Disease By Philip F Barbour A B M D 11
191
Permanganate Treatment of Gonorrhea 270
200
Secretary of the Michigan State Board of Health 480
201
Etiology of CerebroSpinal Meningitis 358
205
Aseptic and Antiseptic Surgery 141
212
Should Physicians Suffering from Pulmonary Diseases Seek Ship Service? 40
218
Slaton A J M D 9
224
Wathen William H A M M D LL D 289
228
Treatment of Gonorrheal Epididymitis with Salicylates 397
231
Bailey Steele M D 446
236
Experiences in and Reflections upon the Treatment of Gonorrhea 273
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C M D 5
256
Butler Thomas L M D 410
264
New York Academy of MedicineSection on Orthopedic Surgery 469
268
Sudden Onset of Typhoid Fever 269
269
Fistula 154
270
Penetrating Ulcer of the Stomach 272
272
Cancer of the Stomach in the Young 153
273
Suprapubic Lithotomy in Old Men with Enlarged Prostates 433
276
When to Operate in Appendicitis and Why 353
279
Early Diagnosis of Gastric Cancer 40
281
Treatment of WhoopingCough with Antitussin 355
320
Hemophilia
341
Fracture of the Neck of the Femur in Children 359
348
Pregnancy and Normal Delivery One and a Half Years after Removal of Both
352
Yandell Dr D W and General Albert Sidney Johnston 353
353
Urticaria Hemorrhagica 115
354
Free Scholarships and the Multiplicity of Medical Colleges 31
357
Special Notices 40 120 160 360 400
360
Honored Dr A T McCormack 32
379
Prevention of Contractures in Hemiplegia 386
386
How to Obtain a Class of Medical Students 262
392
Cottell H A M D 401
401
Prewitt J V M D 251
436
State Boards of Health and Medical Education 235
441
Prostatic Hypertrophy 271
453
Successful Resection of the Intestine for Multiple Tuberculous Stenosis 473
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