The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, Volume 19

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Richard & George S. Wood, 1833
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Contents

Double Vision in one Eye
50
Medical Monomania
51
Fissures and Depressions in the Skulls of Newborn Infants
52
Total Mortality from Cholera in France 950001
54
Purulent DiathesisPericarditis
55
Anatomical Anomalies
56
Sedilot on Plica Polonica
57
Intestinal Entozoa
58
Amaurosis from Onanism in a Female
59
Ossification of the Retina
60
Aromatic Odour exhaled from the
61
Chloride of Lime in Psora
62
Patal Effects of a TartarEmetic Plaster
63
Leechbite Hemorrhage fatal
64
Kermes Mineral in Pneumonia
65
Pigeaux on the Sounds of the Heart
66
NeuralgiaIntermittent Cough
67
Dupuytren on Prolapsus of the Rectum 69 Researches on the Coniura Maculatum By Fodere
69
Dr Cerioli on HydroFerroCyanate of Quinine in Intermittent Diseases
70
Iron in Chlorotic Gastralgia
71
Singular Convulsive Disease
72
India Opthalmic treated by Alum
73
Clot Bey on Cholera in Egypt
74
On Cyanosis
75
Cases of Pleuropneumonia treated by large Bleedings
76
On the Qualifications of a Physician
77
Remarkable Cures By the late M Danceat the Hotel Dieu
78
Diptheritetracheotomy
105
VII
107
Graphic Illustrations of Abortion and the Diseases of Menstruation By
130
PERISCOPE PART L
144
SPIRIT OF ENGLISH PERIODICAL LITERATURE L Dr Graves on the Treatment of various Diseases
145
Exhibition of Opium in Enema
148
Dysphagia
149
The Whites and the Blacks phrenologically considered
150
Developement of the Head of Dr Spurzheim
152
On the Pathology of Purpura
153
Restoration of Vision in Cases of Staphyloma and incurable Opacity of the Cornea
156
Abscess of the Kidney and Cerebellum
159
Salularium in the Western Highlands
160
Obituary of Dr Babington with some Remarks
161
ReviewOn Hysteralgia or Irritable Uterus By Dr Davis
162
ReviewObservations on the present State of Pharmacy in Ireland By Mr Phalan
166
Discharge of Worms from various parts of the Body By Mr Neilson
168
ReviewObservations on the Testicles By Professor Russell
169
Dr Stokes on Gastritis and Dyspepsia
175
Mr Robertson on Dry Cupping
179
The Medical BoardsVaccine Board
180
The Factories Regulation Bill
181
The Heliotrope or Pilgrim in Pursuit of Health
183
March of Intellect Magnetic Extraction of Tic DouloureuxMethod of Dis solving Calculus in the BladderSurgical Operations during Somnambulism
184
Labour or Enmii? Which is the greater Evil? Factory Labour
185
Dr Carswell on Carcinoma
186
Retention of Urine from imperforate Hymen
190
Hysteria fatal
191
Memorial of the London Physicians
192
Report of the Medical School in Egypt
193
Professor Roux on the Cause of Death after severe Injuries
195
Chlorosis mistaken for Disease of the Heart
196
Turpentine in Sciatic Neuralgia
197
Lisfrancs Treatment of Amaurosis
199
Observations on the Morbid Anatomy of the Viscera in Puerperal Fever
200
On Hydatids and their Conversion into Tubercles
201
New Speculum UteriCure of Sterility
202
Malignant Carbuncle in Italy
203
Luminous Urine
232
Effects of large quantities of Quicksilver swallowed
233
Boussingault on the Thermal Waters of the Andes
234
Dubois on the Presentation of the Head in Labour
235
Singular Case of Paraplegia
236
Remarkable Variety of Hermaphrodism
237
Satyrasis following a Blow on the Head
238
Anomaly in the Arch of the Aorta
239
Death from the Admission of Air into the Jugular Vein
241
Imperfection in the Heart without Cyanosis
242
External Discharge of Bil iary Calculi
243
Treatment of HoopingCough and Measles by Antimonial Frictions
244
Birmingham Infirmary
257
Liverpool Northern Dispensary
263
St Georges Hospital
274
London Hospital
281
Observations on Injuries and Diseases of the Rectum By Herbert Mato Esq
289
II
306
The Infirmities of Genius illustrated by the Habits and Constitutions of Men of Lit
316
bis
329
IV
337
Observations on the Illusions of the Insane and on the Medicolegal Question
352
VII
358
lated Hernia with practical Remarks By Mr James
368
A Treatise on the Venereal Disease and its Varieties By William Wallace Esq
372
TheoretischesFrastiches Handbuch c i e a manual of the Theory and Practice
421
The Homoeopathic Medical Doctrine or Organon of the Healing Art a new Sys
429
Dr Graves on the Treatment of various Diseases
439
Danger of examining Females Dr Bairds CasePersecution in Liverpool
446
Umbilical HerniaProtrusion of Liver
453
Mr Carmichael on Inflammatory Affections of the Brain and Membranes with
459
Nymphomania
465
3l5 On some points connected with the Anatomy and Surgery of Inguinal and Fe 35 moral Hernia By G J Guthrie Esq Review
470
3916 On the Character of the Esquimaux phrenologically considered
474
2p7 Mr Eastcott on Fatty Discharges from the Bowels
477
Fracture of the Femur
480
Dr Otto on Smallpox Vaccination c
481
Dr Hufeland on the Influenza at Berlin
484
Coincidence of Human Epidemics with those among Fishes By M Alibert
485
Messrs Chomel Recamier Dance and others on large Doses of Antimony in Phlebitis and Pulmonary Haemorrhage
486
Clinical Report from La Pitig on Variola and Varioloid
487
Clot Bey on the frequency of Calculous Disorders in Egypt
488
Labat on the Taliacotian Operation in Egypt
489
Gastrotomy in a Case of ExtraUterine Pregnancy
491
Etiology and Treatment of Gangrena Senilis By M Dupuytren
492
Pommade to preserve the Hair
493
Excision of Articulations
494
Adhesion of the Placenta
498
Anencephalous Monstrosity
499
Clinical Observations on a Croup 50i b Excision of the Clavicle
501
Rhinoplastic Operation
502
Yl Medical Galvanism
503
Triple Ureter
504
Extrophy of the Bladder
505
Inoculation of Syphillis 50g 29 Open Foramen Ovale in an Adult 50g 30 M Portals PrizeLegacy
506
ExtraUterine Pregnancy
507
Petechial Fever in Italy
509
H a Atrophy of the Convolutions of the Brain
510
B On some Diseases of the Muscles
512
Case of Diaphragmatic Hernia
513
Dr Coste on Embryology
527
Dr Roots Clinical LecturesFeverPorrigoAcute RheumatismHepatic
540
Cases of Laryngotomy By Mr ArnottMiddlesex Hospital
546
Royal College of Surgeons
565
Mr Alcock
571

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