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

On Hysteralgia or Irritable Uterus By Dr Davis
9
º on the present State of Pharmacy in Ireland By Mr alian
10
Discharge of Worms from various parts of the Body By Mr Neilson
11
ReviewObservations on the Testicles By Professor Russell
12
Dr Stokes on Gastritis and Dyspepsia
13
Mr Robertson on Dry Cupping
14
The Medical BoardsVaccine Board
15
The Factories Regulation Bill
16
The Heliotrope or Pilgrim in Pursuit of Health
17
March of Intellect Magnetic Extraction of Tic DouloureuxMethod of Dis solving Calculus in the BladderSurgical Operations during Somnambulism
18
Labour or Ennui ? Which is the greater Evil Factory Labour
19
Dr Carswell on Carcinoma
20
Retention of Urine from imperforate Hymen
21
Hysteria fatal
22
Memorial of the London Physicians PART II
23
Report of the Medical School in Egypt 2
24
Professor Roux on the Cause of Death after severe Injuries e
25
Boiling Liquor Potassae swallowed
26
Amputation at the Hipjoint º
27
Chlorosis mistaken for Disease of the Heart
28
Varioala aſter Vaccination e e
29
Turpentine in Sciatic Neuralgia
30
Reproduction of the Chrystalline Lens
31
Lisfrancs Treatment of Amaurosis
32
Obliteration of the Uterine Veins after Puerperal Fever e
33
Observations on the Morbid Anatomy of the Viscera in Puerperal Fever
34
On Hydatids and their Conversion into Tubercles
35
New º UteriCure of Sterility
36
Induction of Premature Labour by means of Sponge and by Puncture
37
Malignant Carbuncle in Italy e
38
Extemporaneous Vesication
39
Remedies against Scrofula
40
Insanity in Italy
41
Two Extraordinary Cases of Fasting
42
Extraordinary Case of Congenital Bulimia e
43
Arteritis and Spontaneous Gangrene e
44
Quinine successfully used in Toothache
45
Preservation of Leeches by feeding them with Sugar s e
46
Gangrene of the Lungs
47
Sudden Death from Paralysis of the Lungs
48
A Treatise on the Venereal Disease and its Varieties By WILLIAM WALLACE
49
Double Vision in one Eye
50
Medical Monomania
51
Fissures and Depressions in the skulls of New
52
Total Mortality from Cholera in France
53
On Pneumonia Hypostatica
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
Fatal Effects of a TartarEmetic Plaster
63
Leechbite Haemorrhage fatal
64
Kermes Mineral in Pneumonia
65
Clot Bey on Cholerain Egypt
74
On Cyanosis
75
Cases of Pleuropneumonia treated by large Bleedings
76
Qn the Qualifications of a Physician
77
Remarkable Cures By the late M Danceat the Hôt 1 Hypertrophy of the Heart 2 Complete Paraplegia 3 Chronic Inflammation of the Cervix Uteri born
78
Dutrochet on the Mechanism of Respiration in Acquatic Insects
79
G St Hilaire on Hermaphrodism
80
On the Adulteration of Salt in France
81
Luminous Urine
82
Anatomy of the Medusa Marsupialis By Dr Edwards
83
On the Ascension of the Roots of some Plants
84
Report of the Academy of St Hilaires Work on Hermo
85
Effects of large quantities of Quicksilver swallowed
86
Boussingault on the Thermal Waters of the Andes
87
Maingault on Tracheotomy phradism
88
Double or Bilobed tieruºisease of the kidneysBiſobed Bladder
89
Dubois on the Presentation of the Head in Labour
90
Mr MAYos Outlines of Human Physiology
91
Remarkable Variety of Hermaphrodism
93
Satyrasis following a Blow on the Head
94
Anomaly in the Arch of the Aorta
95
Two Cases of OEsophagotomy By M Begin
96
Death from the Admission of Air into the Jugular Wein
97
Insalubrity of Paris
98
Imperfection in the Heart without Cyanosis
99
Extirpation of a Diseased Ovary
100
Purulent Diathesis
101
External Discharge of Biliary Calculi
102
Treatment of HoopingCough and Measles by
103
Majendies Lectures on Cholera
104
Diptheritetracheotomy
105
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107
Graphic Illustrations of Abortion and the Diseases of Menstruation By Dr GRANVILLE
130
145
145
Royal College of Surgeons
181
REVIEWS
214
CLiNICAL Review AND Hospital Reports
249
BIRMINGHAM INFIRMARY
257
Liverpool NorthERN DisPENSARY
263
ST GEorges HospitaL
274
LoNDoN HospitaL
281
Observations on Injuries and Diseases of the Rectum By HERBERT MAYo Esq
289
II
306
III
316
bis
329
IV
337
VI
352
Transactions of the Provincial Medical and Surgical Association Vol 1
358
lated Hernia with practical Remarks By Mr JAMEs T 368
368
A Treatise the diseases of the Liver and on Bilious Complaints By George
415
The Homoeopathic Medical Doctrine or Organon of the Healing Art a new Sys ºlom ºst
429
Dr Graves on the Treatment of various Diseases
439
Dr Eliotson on Yellow Vision in Jaundice º
447
Umbilical HerniaProtrusion of Liver
453
Dr Froriep on the Medicopolitical Regulations against the CholeraReview
465
Phillips Letter to the Editor of the Med Chir
515
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