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Temperance Societiesfrightful Effects of Spiritdrinking in America
163
Reports from the Liverpool Medical Society
171
Spirit of the Foreign Periodicals
193
Clinical Researches 011 the Medicinal Effects or Digitalisfrom the Cliuiine
200
Health and in Disease By M Gerdy
204
Velpeaus Remarks on certain Monstrosities
208
Source of Animal Heat
209
Remarks on Hoopingcough 910
210
Treatment of Scrofula 311
211
Retroversio Uteri
212
Svmpathy between the Cerebellum and the Testicles 812
213
Effects of Mercury on Living Bodies 313
214
Rupture of the Uterus
215
Simple Treatment of Facial Neuralgia 21b 44 Iodine Experiments on in Scrofula
216
Somnolency lasting Four Months 2IT 46 Aconite in Neuralgia
221
Death from Cyanuret of Potass
222
4a Fatal Blow to Homoiopathy in Russia
223
Rupture of Vagina in Parturition
224
On the Pathology of the Cerebrospinal Axis
225
Extensive Mesenteric DiseaseGreat Heat of Body
226
Indomitable Neuralgia of the Ulnar Nerve 527
227
Complete Adhesion of a separated Finger
228
Case of apparent Death lasting Three Weeks
229
Cold Injections inlo the Umbilital Lord to promote Separation of the Placenta S30 0 Organic Disease of Lung from imperfect Respiration
230
On the Treatment of Porrigo
232
i3 Ovaritis Pnerperalis 23C 64 Cyanosis on the Ninth Day
233
On the External Use of Crotou Oil
235
On the Shortening of the Limb in Morbus Ooxarius
238
On the PoruUnt Ophthalmia of Infants
239
Clinical Review and Hospital Reports
241
London Hospital
250
PneumoThorax from Perforation
259
Glasgow Roval Infirmarv
265
77 Mr Middleinores Report
271
7 Erysipelas
278
Bibliographical Record
285
Licons Orales de Clmique Chirurgicale faites a lTJotel Dieu de Paris Par M
289
Pathological and Surgical Observations on Diseases of the Joints By B C Bro
331
Pliysiologie Vegetale Par A P dc Caudolle
353
An Inquiry into the Nature of Sleep and Death c By A P W PltlLir M D
359
Mr Saodwith on HoopingCough
471
A Dictionary of Terms employed by the French in Anatomy Physiology
477
Reclamation of Valentine Mott with Reference to the Operation of tying
483
Case of Chronic Enlargement of the Clitoris Treated by Mr Edward
489
An Essay on the Deaf ami Dumb By J Curtis Esq
495
Spirit of the Foreign Periodicals 29 On the Operation of Staphjloraphy
497
On the Curative Effects of Abstinence
498
HI On the Operation of Pelviotomy 600
501
Hypertrophy of the Muscular Coat of the Stomach
502
Case of Fatal Opisthotonos
503
Cancerous Ulceration of the Nose treated with Creosote
505
On the Employment of Soot as a Substitute for Creosote 50C Cases and Experiments
506
i9 Lotions of Corrosive Sublimate for Ophthalmia
509
On the Use of Chloruret of Lime in Blennorrhagia
510
Spontaneous Dry Gangrene cured by Bleeding
512
Dupuytren on Hydrocele of the Neck
513
On the Paralysis induced by the Preparations of Lead
514
Literary Curiosities
515
Chemical Examination of Spots caused by Blood and Semen on Linen
516
Analytical Epitome of the Second and Third Sections of Cayols Traitf dts Maladies CanWreuses
517
B Internal Remedies so employed
520
Salts and other Mineral Substances
521
Different Empirical Remedies
522
Vaginal Discharges suspected to arise from Violationin very young females
524
Further Particulars respecting the Properties of Creosote
527
On Hypertrophy of the Mammae
528
PART III
529
Clinical Remarks on some Cases of Disease of the Urinary Organs By Caesar Hawkins Esq
530
Report on Hernia from the CaseBook of Mr Hawkins
533
Incarcerated Omental Hernia 5 14
534
Wearing a Truss on an Irreducible Hernia
535
Hernia produced by a Blow 53fi
536
Treatment after the Operation for Hernia
537
Operation twice performedsloughing of the Intestine
539
On the best mode of treating Mammary Abscess
540
Cases of Poisoning by Barytes and the Mineral Acids
549
Clinical Remarks of Dr Graves on various Diseases
557
Diabetes Insipidus
563
Last Curriculum of the College of Surgeons
569

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第 112 頁 - Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth, While the evil days come not, nor the years draw nigh, When thou shall say, I have no pleasure in them...
第 79 頁 - Their town was laid out in three streets, two on one side and one on the other side of the river.
第 113 頁 - Egypt, and shall be a boil breaking forth with Mains upon man, and upon beast, throughout' all the land of Egypt. 10 And they took ashes of the furnace, and stood before Pharaoh; and Moses sprinkled it up toward heaven; and it became a boil breaking forth with blains upon man, and upon beast.
第 288 頁 - The Principles of Physiology, applied to the Preservation of Health, and to the Improvement of Physical and Mental Education.
第 158 頁 - If a man be tired of the slow lingering progress of consumption, let him repair to Naples ; and the denouement will be much more rapid. The sirocco wind, which has been blowing for six days, continues with the same violence. The effects of this, south-east blast, fraught with all the plagues of the deserts of Africa, are immediately felt in that leaden oppressive dejection of spirits, which is the most intolerable of diseases.
第 136 頁 - This property is characterized by being excited in its action, and reflex in its course : in every instance in which it is exerted, an impression made upon the extremities of certain nerves is conveyed to the medulla oblongata or the medulla...
第 446 頁 - November, when it was proposed to ascertain whether she could read with her eyes closed. She was seated in a corner of the room, the lights were placed at a distance from her, and so screened as to leave her in almost entire darkness. In this situation, she read with ease a great number of cards which were presented to her, some of which were written with a pencil, and so obscurely, that in a faint light no trace could be discerned by common eyes. She told the reporter the date of coins, even when...
第 362 頁 - ... extend beyond them and the parts associated with them, being consistent with health. 3. That the law of excitement in those parts of the brain and spinal marrow •which are associated with the vital nerves is also uniform excitement, but which is only, when excessive, followed by any degree of exhaustion, no degree ol which is consistent with health.
第 136 頁 - ... have certainly been observed. But, in the first place, this function is by no means confined to the limbs: for, whilst it imparts to each muscle its appropriate tone, and to each system of muscles its appropriate equilibrium or balance, it performs the still more important office of presiding over the orifices and terminations of each of the internal canals in the animal economy, giving...
第 139 頁 - On touching an eye, it was retracted, and the eyelids closed, whilst similar phenomena were observed simultaneously in the other eye. On removing the medulla, these phenomena ceased. On pinching the toe of one of the anterior extremities, the limb and the opposite limb equally moved. On removing the spinal marrow, this phenomenon also ceased. Precisely similar effects were observed in regard to the posterior extremities.

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