The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine, 第 1 卷﹔第 41 卷

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The Epidemics of the Middle Ages From the German of J F C Hecker M D
92
Report of the Commissioners appointed to take the Census for Ireland for 1841
101
Diseases of the Nervous System 385
112
On Dysmenorrhea and other Uterine Affections in connection with Derangement
114
Mesmerism and its Opponents By George Sandby Jun M A
142
Mental Hygiene or an Examination of the Intellect and Passions c
164
On the Origin of Melanosis By Professor Schultz
170
Spirit of the Foreign Periodicals
177
Observation on Pulmonary Gangrene
181
Microscopic Anatomy of Tubercles 1M 4 Professor Forget on Adhesions of the Pericardium
183
On the Animalcular Condition of the Blood in Dogs
184
Orfilas Reply to certain Misrepresentations
185
Award of Prizes at the Academy of Science
186
On the Tendencies of Cotemporaneous Surgery
188
A New Method to promote Cicatrization of Recent Wounds
191
Cazenave on the Treatment of Psoriasis
192
Strychnine a Test for the Administration of Morphia in Neuralgia
193
Utitity of Savine in Atonic Metrorrhagia 194
194
Remarks on Iliac Phlebitis in Phthisical and other Patients
195
Nutice of some recent French Works on Typhoid Fever
197
Moral Theology in Reference to Physiology and Medicine
199
On the Cure of Stammering
203
On the Cause of the Lassitude and Panting in ascending High Mountains
205
IS Hygienic Effects of Swimming
206
On the Postnatal Descent of the Testicles and the Accidents thereby occa sioned
207
On the Utility of Surgical Operations in Cancerous Diseases
208
Orfilas Reply to his Calumniators
209
Mitscherlich on Fermentation
213
On the Treatment of Buboes
214
On the Treatment of Secondary and Tertiary Syphilitic Diseases
215
Applications of Subcutaneous Surgery
216
Use of Columbaroot against Vomiting
217
Tobaccosmoke applied to Gouty Limbs
218
Creosote a good Apptication to Burns
219
A Ftock of Sheep puisoned by eating the Ranunculus Repcns
220
Spontaneous Ripture of the Abdomen after the Caesarian Operation
221
Treatment of Ptethora
222
4i A Huit for the UttraPhlebotomists
223
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Report of Cases illuttrating Diseases of the Brain and Nervous System Guys Hospital Reports April 1844
225
Cases of Pelvic Inflammation with Abscess occurring after Delivery with Remarks By John C W Lever M D
228
On Parecentesis Thoracis By Dr Hughes and Mr Edward Cock
231
Observations on Lithotomy By Mr Cooper
237
Spirit of the British and American Periodicals Sec PATHOLOGY 1 Observations on a peculiar Nervous Affection incident to Travellers in Sicily and ...
241
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Two Cases of Scirrhus of the Pancreas By F Battersby F R C S L c
244
On Tuhercular Leprosy By A S Skene Esq 24 1
247
On the present State of Knowledge of the Nature of Inflammation By T Wharton Jones F R S
249
Muscle a Neuromagnetic Apparatus 23 1
251
On the Action of Coneia on the Blood By Professor Hunefield
252
Contributions to the Physiology of the Human Ovary By Chas Ritchie M I
253
Remarks on the Early Condition and probable Origin of Double Monsters
256
By Allen Thomson M D c
258
On the Poisonous Properties of the Bark of the Laburnum Tree By Robert Christison M D 2GO 18 On Arsenic as a Poison its Test and Antidote By E ...
260
Lecture on the State of Pharmacy in England By J Lloyd Bullock 2f2
262
THERAPEUTICS
263
Case of Poisoning with the Leaves of Aconite c By Al Ramsay Surgeon 204
264
On the Use of Oleum Tiglii externally applied in Cases of Dysphonia Cynanche Trachealia c By S Corp Ellis M D 2 5
265
On the Use of Mustard in the Convulsions of Children By C S Tripler M D 2f6
266
A Living Child 39 Days after Quickening147 Days after Conception 2C 6
267
Dr Ramsbothams Report of the Royal Maternity Charity 207
269
Foetus in Utero By Thos Edw Beatty M D c 2G9 Miscellanies 1 The Naval Lunatics at Haslar
271
Medical Etiquette
274
VivisectionLetter from the Earl of Caernarvon From Rich Jameson Esq
275
Instinct and Reason
276
Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons
277
Statement of the Society of Apothecaries c
281
Case of very large Stouc in the Bladder extracted through the Perinaeum
282
Medical Reform Bill
285
The late William Allan
286
Bibliografhical Record
287
On Schools of Naval and Military Surgery By Sir George Eallingall M D
289
Wyke House Asylum for Nervous Invalids of the Upper and Middle Classes
296
Circular addressed to the Medical Officers of the East India Companys Service by the Medical Board at Calcutta
297
First Report of the Commissioners for Inquiring into the State of large Towns
301
The Superstitions connected with the History and Practice of Medicine and Sur
318
Traite de Pathologie Cerebrale ou des Maladies du Cerveau c Par Scifio PlNEL I
341
Miscellaneous Contributions to Pathology and Therapeutics By James Richard
349
On the Decrease of Disease effected by the Progress of Civilization By C F
356
or a True Report of the Watercure with an Account of its
367
On the Chemical and Physiological Balance of Organic Nature By M J Dumas
375
Chronic Phlegmasias
388
Asthenic Diseases
393
A Practical Treatise on Diseases of the Eye By WILLIAM JIAPFRKSON Esq
396
Cataract
401
A Practicat Treatise on Midwifery B W CHAII LY Translated from the French and Edited by G S BEDFORD M D
403
Premature Artificial Delivery and the Caesarian Section
404
The Forceps
407
On the Physiological and Medicinal Properties of Bromine and its Compounds c By R M Glover M D
445
The American Journal of Insanity Edited by the Officers of the Lunatic Asylum in Utica No 1
450
Further Observations on the Use of Nitric Aciil as an Escharotic in Vascular Tumors of the Rectum By John Houston M D
454
Transactions of the New York State Medical Society Vol I Part 1
456
The Auriscope
458
Spirit of the Foreign Periodicals
461
Reinterment of Broussais
464
Berzelius on the Urine
465
Malgaigne on the Abuse of Tenotomy in various Deformities
466
Section of the Flexor Tendons of the Knee in Whiteswelling
469
On the Formation of the AmmoniacoPhosphate in Putrescent Matters
472
Child saved
473
On the Reproduction of the Crystalline Lens
474
The Insanity of Don Quixote
475
on the Traumatic Curvature and incomplete Fracture of the Long Bones in Childhood
477
On the Mechanism or Nature of Atrophy
478
Brackets Opinion of Animal Magnetism
480
Remarks on the Molluscum Contagiosum
481
SO M Forget on Diseases of the Heart
482
Materialism of Modern Physiology
484
Greatness ot Sir C Bells Discoveries Relation of the Cranium to the En cepbalon c
485
Extraordinary Operation Excision of Portion of the Colon Character of French Surgery
487
Another Case of ArtiBcial Anus in the Loins
489
Remarks on Hysterical Paralysis
490
Ague a Disease of the Nervous System
492
Spontaneous Rupture of the Inferior Cava
493
Treatment of Bedsores
494
Haemorrhage after Lithotomy checked by Creosote
495
Discussion at the Royal Academy respecting Ophthalmia
496
Hypertrophy of the Cartilages of the Trachea and Bronchi
497
Periodic Swelling of the Knee cured by Opium
498
Magnetization of a Steel Rod by the mere Influence of the Will
499
Passage of Metallic Mercury into the Blood and various Organs of the Body
500
On the Epidemic Intermittance of Intermittent Fevers
501
The best Means of preventing the Marks of Smallpox
503
A Tacnia evacuated through an Opening in the Abdominal Parietes
504
Cazenave on Alopecia or Baldness
505
Lisfranc on Haemorrhoidal Tumors
507
Clinical Review and Hospital Reports ST GEORGES HOSPITAL 1 Report of some Cases occurring under the Care of Mr Henry James Johnson Assist...
509
Case of Cyst containing Glairy Fluid on the Gum
512
Cachectic Ulceration of the Tongue
513
NEW YORK HOSPITAL 2 Renal Disease By J F Swett M D
515
Dangers Incidental to Operations about the Rectum By Dr Watson
517
Spirit of the British and American Periodicals Arc 1 Statistics and Cases of Midwifery compiled from the Records of the Phila delphia Hospital Blockl...
519
MeningitisHomoeopathy
520
On the Extraction of the Retained Placenta in Abortion By Henry Bond M D
524
On Perityphlitis or Inflammation of the Cellular Tissue adjacent to the Ca cum By William Seller M D c
525
Ovarian Tumor
526
Antimony in Infants
527
Ovariotomy Dr Churchill
528
EmpyemaPerforation of Lung c
531
On the Pulse of the Insane By Pliny Earle M D
532
Hydrocele
533
Observations on the Value of the Chemical Tests of Diabetic Urine By W T Gairdner Esq
535
Remarks upon the Early Condition and Probable Origin of Double Monsters By Allen Thomson M D
536
Chronic EmpyemaParacentesis c
538
Phlegmasia Dolens in Males
539
Gonorrhceal Orchitis and its Treatment by Narcotics By J Gay Esq
541
Lepra Grsecorum Contagiosa fRemarks on the Medical Report By Alexander Boyle M D
543
Hysteric Spasm of the Diaphragm By John Itingland M D
548
Liquid Medicines
549
Prophylaxis Ptyalismi
550
Dr Hamilton on the Jamaica Dogwood
551
Simple Method of Preparing the Pilula Ferri lodidi
552
Preparation of Carbonate of Lithia
553
Prince Louis Buonapartes Valerianates
554
Destructive Consequence of the Indiscriminate Sale of Poisons
555
On the Treatment of certain Affections of the Neck of the Uterus by the Actual Cautery By Dr E Laboree
556
Cheiloplastic Operation By Thomas D Mutter M D
557
On the Treatment of the Inflammatory Atfections of Malarious Districts By Witliam M Boling M D
560
On an Accidental Fibrous Tissue of the Neck of the Uterus and Parietes of the Vagina By Dr E Peraire
561
Relative Frequency of Pulmonary Phthisis
562
A Medical Portrait
563
Medical Education School
564
Northampton and Shire
565
Birmingham Royal School of Medicine
566
MalariaTeetotalism
567
Dr Dalton
568
Influence of Locality on Disease
570
Kingdom of Shoa
571
American Notes
573
Capital News for Young Doctors
574
ScalpSeaton
575
Abdominal Hydatids
576
Uterine Diseases
577
Original Communications 1 On the Cause of Elasticity and various Effects of Tension in the Human Frame By T Witkinson King Esq
580
Some Hints on the Most Efficient Modes of administering Medicines By a Practitioner of Half a Century
585
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL RECORD
587

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