The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Practical Medicine

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Contents

Cases in Illustration
159
Ligature of the Subclavian Artery By M DupuytrenHotel Dieu 16 3
165
Mr Mackenzie on the Different kinds of OpththalmiaEye Infirm
173
Dr Mc Andrew on Choreas London Dispensary
189
Remarks on this Subject
197
457
198
Mr Stone on Polypus UteriBrownlowstreet Lyingin Hospital
210
THE SPIRIT OF THE MEDICAL JOURNALS
215
Can the Blood be the Seat of Diseases? Experiments on this Ques
218
Propensity to Homicide Infanticide and Suicide
226
Mr Chevalier on Belladonna
231
On Compression in Poisoned Wounds 93
232
Abdominal Dropsy with Pregnancy
234
Case of Excision of the Head of the Humerus in
235
Remarkable Cases of Dysphagia
236
Dr Bardsley on Diabetes Mellitus
238
Case of Pharyngitis
239
Dr Kruger and Mr Sym on Perforations of the Stomach
240
Dr Ballardini on Epilepsy 941
242
Sulphate of Quinine in Friction
243
Broussais and Clutterbuck in Danger
244
Instance of Wound of the Heart not quickly Mortal
245
Lugar Caustic in Inflammation of Absorbents
246
Remarkable instance of Vicarious Menstruation
247
Mr Fielding on Silkwormgut Ligatures
249
Mr Boyle on Moxa in Phlegmatia Dolens
250
Case of Sudden and Mysterious Death
251
Dr Duparque on Subcarbonate of Iron
252
Prince Hohenloe in Panton Square
253
Remarkable Case of Chronic Dyspnea
254
Empyema with uncommon Phenomena
255
Spectral Illusions or the Influence of the Digestive Organs on Mr Abernethys Optics
256
Ergot of Rye in Uterine Hæmorrhage
257
Mr Lizars on Amputation of the Lower Jaw
258
Case of Retroversio Uteri By Mr Wise
259
Sir A Carlisles Iron Blisters
269
Pregnancy complicated with Hydatids
270
Regulations respecting Medical Degrees of the University of Glasgow
294
XIII Retrospective Review of the Medical Periodical Press of Great
300
American Edition of the MedicoChirurgical Review to complete Sets
309
Propositions or Principles of Medicine By F 6 V BROUSSAIS M D
314
Medico Chirurgical Transactions Vol XIII concluded
340
PART 1
350
On Phlegmasia Dolens
464
Dr OConnor and Dr Fergusson on the Bische a malignant Species
471
Mr Wood on Disease of the Thymus Gland and Sudden Death
477
Ou Chronic Ulcers of the Stomach
493
Mr Thorn on Extract of Balsam of Copaiba
499
On Angina pectoris
500
Cases of Epilepsy cured by Digitalis and by Purgatives
508
An Essay and Experiments on White Mustard Seed
515
PRACTICAL MEDICINE
521
Mr Earle on Cellular InflammationBartholomews
535
Report on Injuries of the HeadMiddlesex Hospital
541
Mr Shaw on Dissection WoundsMiddlesex
547
Professor Mackenzie on Rheumatic Ophthalmia Glasg Eye Infirm
558
Dr Mac Andrew on Induration of the Cellular TissueSouth London
565
On the Division of Medicine iuto Physic and Surgery
574
On Clinical Medicine c Dr Clark
580
Hypertrophy of the Heart as a Cause of Apoplexy
586
Cephalospinal Fluid
592
14 Dr Thomson on the Treatment of Acute Rheumatism with Remarks
593
Three Cases of Hernia of the Stomach through the Diaphragm
599
II Case of Venereal Lepra following Gonorrhoea and Superficial
606
Case of Traumatic Tetanus the Postmortem Examination
614
The Edinburgh Reviewers Reply to Dr Barry
620
New Medical Doctrine of Italy
627
INTELLIGENCE
636
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