The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 47

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S. Highley, 1845 - Medicine
 

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Contents

Curative Efforts of Nature in Disease
9
Animal Magnetism Somnambulism
10
A Physiological Essay on the Thymus Gland By John Simon F R S
18
A Practical Treatise on the Special Diseases of the Skin By C M Gibirt
35
Pathologia Indica or the Anatomy of Indian Diseases By Allan Webb
49
Practical Remarks on some exhausting Diseases By Sir James Eyre M D
67
Practieal Observations on the Diseases most iVtal to Children By P Hood
75
VIII
107
Anatomical and Pathological Observations By John Goodsir F R S E
121
Report of the Sanatory Condition of Nottingham Coventry Leicester Derby
130
354
131
On Diseases of the Jaws By Richard OShaughnessv
142
The Actual Process of Nutrition demonstrated by the Microscope By William
148
A System of Surgery By J M Chelius Professor in the University of Heidelberg
152
Lectures on Clinical MedicineDiseases of the Heart By P M Latham M D
163
REVIEWS
171
Ruml Economv in its Relations with Chemistry Physics and Meteorology
184
Guys Hospital Reports No V
196
An Essay on Marriage etc By R Dawson MD
245
The Philosophy of Female Health c By S Mason M D
246
Hints to Mothers and other Persons interested in the Management of Females at the Age of Puberty By Jonathan Toogood M D
247
Practical Notes on Insanity By John Burdett Steward M D Ate
248
Some Observations on Organic Alterations of the Heart c By S Seott Alison M D c
249
A few Remarks on Hydropathy c By William F Soltau M B e Coll Oxon
250
Observations on the Employment of Compression in Aneurism By OB Bel Kngham M D F R O S I
251
Observations on the Mechanism ami Diagnostic Value of the Friction Vibra tions perceived by the Ear and by the Touch in Peritonitis By Robert Spit...
252
A Pentaglot Dictionary of the Terms employed in Anatomy Physiology Pa thology c By Shirley Palmer M D
253
On the Medicinal Properties of Bebeerine By Douglas Maclagan M D
254
Portrait of Sir William Burnett K C H M D F R S c
255
MEDICAL REFORM 15 Remarks on Physicians Surgeons Druggists and Quacks By Surgeon Snipe
256
Spirit of the Foreign Periodicals 1 The Pathological Effects of the Abuse of Ardent Spirits
257
On the Coagulation of the Blood in the Veins in Chronic Cachectic Diseases 29
263
Condition of the Blood in Tubercular Phthisis
265
On the Fatty Liver in Phthisical Patients
266
Rayer on Phthisis in Man and in the Lower Animals
267
French Report on Vaccination
269
On the State of the Fibrine of the Blood in Inflammatory Diseases
270
On CranioMalaria or softening of the bones of the Head
272
11 On Intra Thoracic Solid Tumours
273
Singular Case of rapidlyfatal Emphysema
275
Ioduret of Potassium in Syphilis
276
Isopathiu or the Parallelism of Diseases
277
The Nature of the Blaek Vomit in Yellow Fever
281
XVIII
282
Hi On the Pellagra as observed in France
285
Note on the Administration of the Oxyde of Silver
286
Bibliographical Record
287
Variola and Vaccination 396401
396
Rubeola
402
Tuberculizations in general
403
Tuberculization of the Bronchial Glands
413
Tuberculization of the Lungs
415
Tuberculization of the Abdominal Viscera
418
Tuberculization of the Brain and its Membranes
421
The General Nature and Treatment of Tumours By George Macilwain Ate
422
Schoenleins Klinische Vortragen in dem Charitekrankenhause zu Berlin
425
Cases of Typhus Fever with Remarks
427
Relation between Typhus and Intermittent Fevers
432
Bloodletting in Fever
434
The Varying Conditions of the Urine
436
Enlargement and Softening of the Spleen
443
Cases of Pneumonia with Remarks
445
Value of Auscultation and Percussion
448
Antagonism between Agues and Phthisis
449
Cases of Pleuritisand Pleural Effusion
451
Dr Cowan
458
Retrospect of Anatomy and Physiology for 18434 By Dr Budd
462
The Inflammatory Affections of the Retina By Dr Hocken
464
An Essay Literary and Practical on inversio Uteri By Mr Crosse
467
TraitS Complct de lAnatomie Physiologie et Pathologie du Systeme Ner veux Cerebro Spinal par M Foville IV On the Nervous and Circulating Syste...
470
The Cerebro spinal Fluid
473
Origin of the Spinal Nerves
474
The Cerebral ConvolutionsFovilles Researches 47682
483
Functions of the Spinal Cord
485
Physiology of the Brain 487 91
487
On diseases of the Liver By Dr George Budd
493
Congestion of the Liver
494
Adhesive InflammationCirrhosis
495
Suppurative Inflammation and Abscess
499
Inflammation c of the Gallbladder
503
Dangerous Form of Jaundice
506
Fatty Degeneration of the Liver
509
Gallstonessymptoms of their passing
510
Cancer of the Liver
511
Hydatids of the LiverFlukes
514
Biography of Dr Jackson 51522
517
A Practical Treatise on Midwifery Ace By Professor Moreau Translated
524
The Structure of the Placenta
531
Puerperal Fever Peritonitis c
537
Surgical and Practical Observations on tho Diseases of the Human Foot
544
Is Railway Travelling conducive to Apoplexy By J C Badcly M D
552
Curious Case of Simulated Paraplegia
559
On Cataract and its appropriate Treatment By Charles G Guthrie
566

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Page 213 - Latham on Diseases of the Heart. Lectures on Subjects connected with Clinical Medicine: Diseases of the Heart.
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