The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine

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Recueil de Meraoires de Medecine de Chirurgie et de Pharmacie Militaires
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Anatomical and Pathological Observations By John Goowir F R S E
121
Sixth Annual Report of the RegistrarGeneral of Births Deaths and Mar
128
MEDICOCHIRURGICAL REVIEW
133
Observations on the Growth and Irregularities of Childrens Teeth c By
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The Actual Process of Nutrition demonstrated by the Microscope By William
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Lectures on Clinical MedicineDiseases of the Heart By P M T atham MD
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Rural Economy in its relations with Chemistry Physics and Meteorology By
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OnfEdemaof the Glottis By M Valleix
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tum By M Hippolyte Larrey
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D c
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An Essay on Marriage c By R Dawson M D
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The Philosophy of Female Health c By S Mason M D
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Hints to Mothers and other Persons interested in the Management of Females at the Age of Puberty By Jonathan Toogood M D
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fi Practical Notes on Insanity By John Burdett Steward M D c
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T Some Observations on Organic Alterations of the Heart c By S Scott Alison M D 8tc w
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A few Remarks on Hydropathy c By William F Soltau M B e Coll Oxon
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Observations on the Employment of Compression in Aneurism By OB Bellingham M D F R C S 1
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Observations on the Mechanism and Diagnostic Value of the Friction Vibra tions perceived by the Ear and by the Touch in Peritonitis By Robert Spit...
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A Pentaglot Dictionary of the Terms employed in Anatomy Physiology Patho logy c By Shirley Palmer M D
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On the Medicinal Properties of Bebeerine By Douglas Maclagan M D
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Portrait of Sir William Burnett K C H M D F R S 8tc
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MEDICAL REFORM 15 Remarks on Physicians Surgeons Druggists and Quacks By Surgeon Snipe
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PERISCOPE Spirit of the Foreign Periodicals 1 The Pathological Effects of the Abuse of Ardent Spirits
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On the Coagulation of the Blood in the Veins in Chronic Cachectic Diseases
259
On the Changes of the Blood in Disease By MM Becquerel and Rodier
263
Condition of the Blood in Tubercular Phthisis
265
c 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 CranioMalacia or Softening of the Bones of the Head
272
On lntraThoracic Solid Tumours
273
Singular Case of rapidlyfatal Emphysema
275
Ioduret of Potassium in Syphilis
276
IS Isopathia or the Parallelism of Diseases
277
The Nature of the Black Vomit in Yellow Fever 261
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On the Deposits of Carbonaceous Matter in the Lungs
282
in On the Pellagra as observed in France
285
Note on the Administration of the Oxrde of Silver
286
First and Second Reports of the Commissioners for enquiring into the
289
Influence of Hope c in Health and Disease
365
The Climacteric Disease in Men
371
Morbid Effects of Religious Enthusiasm
377
Different kinds of Empiricism
379
Curative Efforts of Nature in Disease
381
Animal Magnetism Somnambulism c
385
Traite Clinique et Pratique des Maladies des Enfans Par MM Rilliet et j Barthez I
386
Bibliographical Rxcord
387
Continued Fevers
394
Variola and Vaccination 396401
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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 8tc
422
Schoenleins Klinische Vortragen in dem Charitkrankenhause 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 43fi
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 Pleuritis and Pleural Effusion
451
The Transactions of the Provincial Medical and Surgical Association Vol XIII
456
Traite Complet de lAnatomie Physiologie et Pathologie du Systeme Ner
470
The Cerebral ConvolutionsFovilles Researches 47682
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On Diseases of the Liver By Dr George Budd
493
A View of the Formation Discipline and Economy of Armies By the late
514
De la Puberty et de lAge Critique chez la Femme c Par M
523
The Structure of the Placenta
531
Puerperal Fever Peritonitis Stc
537
Surgical and Practical Observations on the Diseases of the Human Foot
544
The Irish Watering Places their Climate Scenery and Accommodation
551
Memoir on the FieldCarriage of Sick and Wounded Soldiers in the Bengal
557
New Analysis of the Sounds of the Heart By M Rouanet
563
ExtraLimites
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