The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a Digest of British and Continental Medicine, and of the Progress of Medicine and the Collateral Sciences

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William Harcourt Ranking, Charles Bland Radcliffe, William Dommett Stone
J. Churchill, 1845 - Medicine
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Contents

On the Efficacy of Potassae Nitras and Acidum Benzoicum in Eneuresis By M
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Incontinence of Urine caused by the continual use of Soda
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Physiological and Pathological Researches on Tuberculosis By H Lebert m d
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On the Topical Application of Codliver Oil in Strumous Affections
75
Case of Diabetes Mellitus successfully treated
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General Principles of the Treatment of Skin Diseases By M Devergie
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Formulas recommended by Biett in Various Forms of Skin Disease
81
On Iocal Application in Cutaneous Disease By M Caztnave
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On the different sorts of Caustics By M Cazenavc
85
Lupus cured by Ol Jecoris Aselli
86
A New Depilatory in Tinea
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Treatment of Taenia by Pomegranate Bark
88
Tobaccoa cause of certain Diseases
92
Chronic Acid in Hemorrhoids
97
Terchloride of Gold in Rheumatic and Gouty Affections
98
New Cement for the Teeth
99
SURGERY Sect i Symptomatology and Diagnosis of Surgical Diseases 60 On the Diagnosis of Aneurism By Professor Miller
100
On the Diagnosis of Fra ture By Mr Grantham
101
Diagnosis between Coxalgia and Neuralgia
102
A new method of Diagnosis in Cataract and Amaurosis By Dr Magne 109
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On the Nature and Causes of Surgical Diseases 66 On Inverted Toe Nail By Dr Zeis
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On the Pathology of Toothache By Dr Heilden
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Treatment of Fistula in Ann by Ligature By Mr Luke
117
Erectile Tumour of the Eyelid treated by Inoculation with C rot on Oil By Alex Ure
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Ununited Fracture treated by Acupuncturatinn
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On Extension in the Reduction of Dislocations By H Hancock Esq
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ART PAOE 7h On the Treatment of Cleft Palate By M Fcrgusson
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Observation on Aneurism By J Luke Esq
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Observation upon the Employment of Compression in Aneurism By OB Bclling ham Ml c c
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Observations on Relaxed Rectum By Henry Hunt m d
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A new Species of Suture in Wounds of the intestines By Dr Gely
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Treatment of Mort fication By Sir B Brodie
137
Fracture of the Costal Cartilages and Rupture of the Vena Cava By Richard Py per Eso
147
Rupture of the Rectus Fcmoris
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Recovery from Severe Injury of the Chest
149
MIDWIFERY AND THE DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN 99 On the Moral and Intellectual Requirements of the Obstetrical Practitioner B...
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On the Exhibition of Chalybcates in Chlorosis By M Raciborski
152
On the Employment of the Juice of the Nettle Urtica Urens in Menorrhagia By M Ginestet
153
Simple Ulceration of the Os Uteri
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Extirpation of the Utcrjs By M Millet
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The luverted Ilerus successfully removed by Ligature By Dr MClintock
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On the Palliative Treatment of Carcinomatous Ulceration of the Os and Cervix Uteri
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Remarkable Case of ExtraUterine Ftetation with Stone in the Bladder By Dr R Lcitch
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On the Operation of Turning By Professor Simpson
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On the Expulsion and Extraction of the Placenta before the Child By James Y Simpson m d r n s e
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On Galvanism applied to the Treatment of Uterine Hemorrhage By Thos Rad ford Mi
173
On Compression of the Abdominal Aorta in Uterine Hemorrhage By M Sentin 130
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Case of MetroPeritonitis from Rupture of the Vagina in which the Matter was evacuated by an opening in the Loins By M Graus
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On the Nature and Treatment of Puerperal Convulsions By W Tyler Smith m n 131
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On Ergot of Rye By Dr Parola 135
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On some of the Consequences of Undue Lactation By Dr Ashwell m d 136
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ART PAOB
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Duration of Life in the Peerage and Baronetage By Dr Guy
196
Report on the Progress of Surgery v
222
Report on the Progress of Midwifery
233
Report on the Proeress of Anatomy and Physiology
250
Report on the Progress of Physiological and Pathological Chemistry
283
Report on Materia Medica and Pharmacy
347
Report on Forensic Medicine
355
Bibliographical Record
367
On the Distinction between Infantile Diseases depending upon Inflammation and those
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which arise from Irritation By P Hood 133
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On Gastromalacia Infantum By Dr Lion 139
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