The Medico-chirurgical Review and Journal of Practical Medicine, 第 21 卷

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Richard & George S. Wood, 1834
 

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Monomania 2
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Epistaxis and Haemoptysis Sympathy between the Cerebellum and the Testicles Pomegranate Bark in Taenia Effects of Mercury on Living Bodies Ill...
34
Inflammation of the Membranes of the Ovum
35
On the Section of the Tendo Achillis in Cases of ClubFoot
41
REVIEWS
44
Somnolency lasting Four Months
45
Aconite in Neuralgia Creosote in Ulcerations
46
Death from Cyanuret of Potass
47
On the Formation of the Epiploon in the Foetus
48
Fatal Blow to Homoiopathy in Russia
49
Rupture of Vagina in Parturition
50
On the Pathology of the Cerebrospinal Axis
51
Extensive Mesenteric DiseaseGreat Heat of Body
52
Indomitable Neuralgia of the Ulnar Nerve
53
Remarks on Neuralgia By Scarpa
54
Pathological and Surgical Remarks on the Diseases of the Joints By B C
55
Suppression of Urine and Faeces for Eleven Years
56
Case of Apparent Death lasting Three Weeks 58 Preservation of Leeches
58
Cold Injections into the Umbilical Cord to pro mote Separation of the Placenta
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60 Organic Disease of Lung from imperfect Respiration
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On the Treatment of Porrigo
61
Haemorrhagic Tendency in a Family
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Illustrations of the Elementary Forms of Disease By Dr CARswell Fas V I 42
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Cyanosis on the Ninth Day
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On the External Use of Croton
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6 On the Shortening of the Limb in Morbus Coxarius 67 On the Purulent Opthalmia of Infants
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On the Relation of the Cranium to the Organ of H earing
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A History of Egyptian Mummies c c By T J PETTIGREw Esq
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Medical BotANY
106
Windiciae Medica or a Defence of the College of Physicians By SIR GEORGE
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PERISCOPE PART I
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A new Synopsis of Nosology Dr Weatherhead
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Anomalous Mental Affection
147
Treatment of Cholera in Ireland
150
On the Cemposition of the Pontine Marshes
152
G Ligature of the Carotid Arteries for Headaches c
153
The Absentees or Blessings of Italy
154
The Sirocco By Dr Weatherhead
155
On Ulcers of the Legs By Mr Eccles
157
Temperance Societiesfrightful Effects of Spiritdrinking in America
158
Provincial HospitalsMemorial from the Bristol Infirmary to Mr Warburton
161
Editorial Report on Veratria
163
Turberculous Affection of the Kidney
180
Uterine Hydatids
182
Foreign Body found in the Heart
183
Reduction of Head of Humerus
184
Works of Dr HopeDr CarswellDr QuainForeign Works
190
Vaccination in Italy
193
Dr Hangstead on the Thymus GlandReview
195
CLINTICAL REVIEW AND HOSPITAL REPORTS
241
Dislocation of the Head of the Femur into the Foramen Ovale
250
TRALEE Hospital
259
On the best mode of treating Mammary Abscess 540
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Clinical Report on Erysipelas By Dr Macfarlane
265
Report for the Year 1833 By M Middlemore AssistantSurgeon
271
Erysipelas
278
Bibliographical Record
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Leçons Orales de Clinique Chirurgicale faites à lHôtel Dieu de Paris Par M
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24 Clinical Researches on the Medicinal Effects of Digitalisfrom the Clinique of M Andral Hop La PITIEReview
299
Pathological and Surgical Observations on Diseases of the Joints By B C Baodir
331
Physiologie Végétale Par A P de CAUDolle
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An Inquiry into the Nature of Sleep and Death c By A P W Philip M D
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A Treatise on the Diseases and Injuries of the Spinal Nerves By Jos Swan Esq
371
A Treatise on the Circulation of the Blood By J F HANdley Esq
390
The Inaugural Dissertation of C F J Belling ERI
413
Principles and Illustrations of Morbid Anatomy By J Hope M D Part XII
424
Somnambulism Case of Jane Ryder
440
Dr James Johnsons Case of Crackling of the Muscles
452
13 Researches of Dr Stokes on the Diagnosis and Pathology of Aneurism
458
Mr Thurnams Dissections of the Otic Ganglion
465
Dr Forbes on the Climate of the Lands End
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
Vaginal Discharges suspected to arise from Violationin very young females
524
A Clinical Remarks on Ununited Fractures By Mr Brodie
530
Operation followed by Prostration
537
Dr Stokes on the NeurosesCerebritisPhrenology
542
Cases of Poisoning by Barytes and the Mineral Acids
548
Dr OBeirne on Hydrocele of the Neck
554
The NorthWest London Selfsupporting Dispensary
567
Baronetcy of Mr Brodie
573

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