Weekly Medical Review, Volume 19

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J. H. Chambers & Company, 1889 - Medicine
 

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Contents

Is Marriage a Failure?
29
Diphtheria In London
35
Inexpensive Cell for Galvanism
53
Demonstration in Favor of a Popular Professor
59
Intracranial Growth with Peculiar Percussion Note
60
Abdominal Aneurism A Case
62
Delineation of Insanity by the Insane
82
Purification of the Drug Markot
92
Application of Steam to the Throat
95
Degenerative Effeots of Antlmycotlcs on tho Paren
108
Treatment of Puerperal Septicemia in Vienna
110
Insane Ear The
116
Antisepsis and the Country Physician
117
Dilatation of the StomachTreatment of
118
Pneumonia Mortality of 138 504
123
Digestive Ferments
124
Treatment for Catarrh and Functional Disease of
127
Albuminuria of Pregnancy and Puerperal Eclampsia
132
Duration of Life in Cancer of the Breast
135
A Liquid Soap
140
An Old Book on Eye Diseases
157
Three Remarkable Cases of Reflex Neurosis Due
162
A Doctrine of Public Policy 188
168
Diagnosis of Abdominal Tumors 169
169
Technique of Hysterectomy
171
Diphthoria Microbe of
183
PostPartum Hemorrhage
195
Treatment of Paplllomata of the Larynx by Means
198
A New and Only Way of Raising tbe Epiglottis
199
Pneumonia Treatment of
201
Fry Frank H M D
203
Treatment of Nevl
211
Amputation Through the Middle of ThighEscape
212
Infant Feeding
230
Abstracts from Hoport on Causes and Prevention
231
Diseases of the Eye Ear Throat and Nose
233
Paroxysmal Snoozing 197
238
Treatment of Arrested Respiration In Anesthesia
243
N M D
248
Period for Surgical Interference in Aoute Intestinal
250
A Case of Morphine Poisoning
255
Diagnosis of Pregnancy by External Means
258
Actual Cautery in Diseases of the Eye
265
Diagnosis of Tumors of the Corpora Quadrigomina 370
266
Paralysis from Quinine
267
The Bath
269
Treatment of Diphtheria
280
Meisengach A H M D
284
Paquin Paul M D
291
Physiological Action of Sulphonal
292
The Baltimore Academy of Medicine
301
Stevens LewigT A B M D
302
Proper Names In Medicine
306
Acute Lobar Pneumonia
337
Is Syphilis Curable?
349
The Coming Meeting of the Missouri State Medical
352
Lecons de Gynecologic Ope r atoiro
364
A Case of Senile Chorea
365
Traveling Physicians in Ohio
371
Treatment of Spasmodic Croup with Opium
377
Professor Esmarchs Operation for Correcting
391
American Medical Association Meeting 370
397
Inaugural Address on Modern Progress in Obstetrics
405
Acute Exacerbations During Chronic Bronchitis
412
Theory and Practice of Obstetrics
419
Indications for Thoracentesis
425
Treatment of Fracture of Patella
426
Pepsin and Its Incompatibles
427
Physicians as Experts and Counsel
440
The Medicinal Treatment of Menstrual Disorders
446
A Supposed Bacillus of Cancer
448
Practical Massage
455
Treatment of Itussusceptlon by Inflation
462
A New Operative Treatment In Empyema
474
Personal Investloatlon iDto the the Effects of the
480
Treatment of Enuresis Nocturna
491
Intubation of the Larynx in Diphtheritic Laryngitis
492
Purulent Ophthalmia
495
Treatment of Spinal Carles
507
Primary Sarcoma of the Lung
512
V M A
526
Sunstroke
527
It
528
American Resorts
531
Foreign Languages
539
Series of Two Hundred Consecutive Cases of Midwif
541
Scabies Treatment of
554
Hernia of the Parturient Uterus through the Llnea
558
Diseases and Inj uries to the Ear
560
the Results in all Countries
561
Serous Iritis
567
Indiana Medical Society
568
Infection of an Infant
586
Hospital Question Again
595
Infection through the Placenta
599
Laparotomy in Suppurative Peritonitis
620
Local Applications In Diphtheria 544
634
National Association of Railway Surgeons 352 526
655
Operative Treatment of prolapse of Rectum 549
661
On Inflammatory Disease of the Seminal Vesicles
698
On the Treatment of Carbuncles
717
V
726
Fhychology as a Natural Science Applied to the Solu
728
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Vision in the Study of Disease 31

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