The Medico-chirurgical Review, and Journal of Medical Science (quarterly), Volume 3

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Contents

VII
92
Dr Chisholm on the Climate and Diseases of Tropical Coun
100
VIII
114
Dr Prichard on Diseases of the Nervous System Part I
122
IX
151
Introduction
175
Mr G N Hill on Tic Douloureux
176
Dr Blicke on Cephalitis
178
Mr Fielding on Fractured Patella
179
Mr Cornish on Dislocated Femur
180
Traumatic Tetanus
181
Fouquier on Nervous Paralysis ib 7 On Puncturing Anasarcous Limbs
182
Dr Carsons Proposal in Phthisis
183
Mr Coventry on Yellow Fever
184
Fouquier on Obscure Pulmonary Disease
185
Oil of CrotonTiglium
186
Bath Waters
188
Ascites cured by Pressure
189
Ovarian Dropsy cured by Operation
190
Mr Humes Case of Poisoning
192
Tympanites Intestinalis
193
Bronchocele operated on
194
Arteritis Messrs Bayle and Smerdon on ib 19 Inflammation of various Organs
197
On the Identity of Variola and Varicella
199
On Inflammatory Dropsy
200
Mr Stokes on Burns and Scalds
202
Ilusson on the Hepatic System ib 24 Mr Murray on Poisoning
203
Voltaic Battery
206
Edinburgh Surgical School
207
Breschet on Melanose
208
Mr Barr on Tetanus
209
Dr Brown on Fractures of the Clavicle
211
Dr Reed on Vaccine Protection
213
Bibliographical Record
215
MEDICAL INTELLIGENCE Art 1 Royal College of Physicians of London
219
Nux Vomica
221
Sloughing Chancre ib ib 5 Crying of the Fætus in Utero 6 Laurel Water
222
An Inquiry into the Opinions ancient and modern concern
225
Lectures on the Structure and Physiology of the Male uri
260
Widows Fund of Army Medical Officers XIV
270
Essays on Surgery and Midwifery with Practical Observa
306
A Treatise on the Nature and Treatment of Scrofula
333
MedicoChirurgical Transactions Vol xii
386
ART I
387
QUARTERLY PERISCOPE or SPIRIT of the Public JOURNALS
393
Congenital Dyspepsia
407
Mr Lizars on Hernia
409
Duboiss Case of Hernia
410
Mr Thompson on Belladonna
412
Dr Kennedys Case of Poisoning
413
Dr Page or Tobacco in the Phlegmasiæ
414
Case of dislocated Femur
415
Introduction of Foreign Matters into the Blood
416
Carcinoma mistaken for Aneurism
420
Malaria in St Jamess Park
422
Traumatic Tetanus
423
Overdose of Digitalis
425
Mr Plumbes Case of Uterine Contraction
426
Richerand on Cancer of the Lip
427
Mr Wray and Dr Copland on Cold Affusion
428
Counterirritation
429
Mr Bryants Case of Obliterated Iliac
431
Mr Stevenson on Amaurosis
458
CORRESPONDENCE INTELLIGENCE
460
Apothecaries Act
461
List of Additional Subscribers
463
Dr LALLEMANDs Researches on the Pathological Anatomy
491
III
497
CHLORINE AND NITROMURIATIC ACID
511
IV
523
v
535
VII
574
A Review of the General Principles of Physiology By
596
IX
612
SPIRIT OF THE PUBLIC JOURNALS ART Page 1 Series of Metastatic Inflammations
641
Dr Gregory on Cynanche Cellularis
645
Dr Forbes on Variola and Vaccina
646
Mr Moir on Puerperal Fever
648
Editors Case of Ditto
650
Dr Forbes on Tar Vapour
651
Dr Dewees on simulated Pregnancy
652
Drs Howison and Johnson on Renal Dropsy
653
Singular Case of Chorea
659
Kergaradec on the Stethoscope
661
Dr Gooch on Uterine Hæmorrhage
662
Dr Smith on Iritis
666
Hypochondriasis and Suicide
667
Mr Dunn on Compound Fractures
669
Mr Fosbrokes Case of Scrophulous Disease
671
Curious tendency to Suicide
673
Dr Coopers Test for Arsenic
674
Curious Case of Hepatopulmonic Disease
675
Dr Shearman on Epilepsy
677
On Puerperal Fever
678
Purpura Hæmorrhagica
679
On large Doses of Tartrite of Antimony
680
Mr Listons Case of Cystitis
681
Elongated Uvula 681
682
Experiments on the Spinal Nerves
683
Curious Atterupts at Suicide
684
Mr Bampfield on Spinal Distortion
686
Bibliographical Record
687
Dr Wilson on Morbid Sympathies
691
Dr Johnsons Case of Mr Knox
694
Mr Swan on HareLip
696
Correspondence Intelligence c
697
A Treatise on Insanity its Seat Symptoms Causes and Trent
701
A New View of the Infection of Scarlet Fever By WILLIAM
724
Select Dissertations on several Subjects of Medical Science
733
Practical Observations on Distortions of the Spine Chest
746
v
757
VI
767
ALIBEAT on Prurigo Formicans
779
IX
788
The Study of Medicine By John Mason Good M D
806
X
832
burgh By W Campbell M D
858
XII
896
XIII
915
XIV
935
List of Subscribers 02
940
In the Press
959
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