The Medico-Chirurgical Review,and Journal of Practical Medicine Volume Twenty-Five 1836

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Contents

The Transactions of the Provincial Medical and Surgical Association
131
Spirit of the English Periodicals and Notices of English
145
The Philosophy of Decapitation
151
German Contributions to Practical Medicine and Surgery By Dr Thacker
162
Singular Case of Paralysis Crescens ab imo By D Johnson
169
REVIEWS
172
Increased Value of Life in England Mr Rickman
174
On Periostitis of the Orbit By Mr Hamilton
176
On the Use of tht Cochlea in the Organ of Hearing By Dr Weber
177
Professor Harrion on the Crystals observed on the Human Peritoneum
180
Maltreatment of a fractured Leg By Messrs Boyer and Dcschamp
181
Excision of the Cyst of a Strangulated Umbilical Hernia
182
IT On the Sounds of Substernal Aneurisms By Dr Henderson
183
Case of Recovery from Dislocation and Fracture of the Spine By Dr Dorrance IRS 19 Successful Amputation during the Progress of Traumatic Gangr...
187
Professor Muellers Account of the Arteries that produce Erection of the Penis
188
Mr Ure on the Chloride of Zinc as a Remedy for Cancer
190
Some Cases of Disease of the Kidney in which the Symptoms were referred to the Bladder By Henry James Johnson Esq
193
Strictures on Dr Ryans Translation of a New Practical Formulary of Hospitals c ByT P
199
The Cyclopaedia of Anatomy and Physiology Edited by R Todd M B
202
Practical Anatomy of the Nerves and Vessels supplying the Head Neck and Chest c By Ed Cock Esq
205
Compendium of the Ligaments c By A MNab Jun
206
A Series of Anatomical Plates By Jones Quain M D Fas 30 31 32
207
Manuel de Medicine Operatoire c Par M Malgaigne M D
208
Detection of Sulphate of Quinine in Urine By M Piorry
215
Observations on some of the Forms of Monomania ByM Henkc
216
On the State of Medical Doctrine in France
223
On the Endermic Use of Quinine in Ague By Dr Chomcl
228
On the Endermic Use of Digitalis in Affections of the Heart
229
Baron Alibert on the Cheloid Tumour of the Skin
234
On the Odoriferous Exhalation from the Skin By M Rayer
236
New Medical Journal set up in India
238
Remarkable Case of Hemiplegia
239
Clinical Review and Hospital Reports ST THOMASS HOSPITAL REPORTS 1 Dr Roots on Porrigu Lupinosa
241
Hysterical Paralysis with Commentaries
242
Mode of treating Fracture of Cervix Femoris
260
Miscellanies
275
Memoir of Sir William Blizzard 1 260
283
Notes on the Epidemic Yellow Fever at Antigua By Dr Furlong
289
PATHOLOCT OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
295
Intelligence
297
PERISCOPE
437
Pathology puzzled
443
Dr Middlemore on Pterygium
449
Acute Pericarditis By Dr Roots
455
Poisoning by Cantharidcs
461
Case of Dropsy with Ovarian Tumor by William Coulson with an Analysis of
473
Bibliographical Notices 23 On Deformities of the Chest By Mr Coulson
477
An Inquiry into Puerperal Fever By Mr Moore
478
On the Antidotal Treatment of the Epidemic Cholera By John Parkin
480
The Practical Anatomy of the Nervous System By F Le Gros Clark
481
Spirit of the Foreign Periodicals Ace 1 On the Varieties of the Human Race
485
Serres on progressive Development in the Higher Animals
488
The Siamese Twins 493
493
Case of Twins the second Child born 4 days after the first
495
Remarks on OsteoMalacia with Cases
496
Radical Cure of Hernia
500
The Smallpox as observed at Vienna in 1835 400
501
Severe Symptoms from the Bite of a Spider
508
Poisoning from a ViperbiteCure with Sulphate of Quinine
509
Injections of Gaseous Chlorine in HydrocelcTreatment of Chilblains
513
Cure of an obstinate Ozcena 414
514
Cases of Glanders in the Human Subject 51C 17 Hydrated Peroxide of Iron an Antidote to Arsenic
518
Congenital Occlusion of the Vagina cured by a new Method
522
Singular cases of Congenitally Imperforate VaginaMenstruation by the Urethra Successful Operation
526
Human Embryo vomited by a Child
527
PART III
528
Clinical Review and Hospital Reports BIRMINGHAM INFIRMARY
529
Report of the Outcases attended by George Parsons Esq in 18345 1
534
St Thomass Hospital Reports by J F South 5J4 4 Phlebitis
535
Stone in the Bladder
537
f Medullary Carcinoma
544
Mortification of Hernia
546
Statistics of Fever
547
LONDON HOSPITAL
555
Statistics of the London Hospital by T Edmonds Esq
558
Reports of Surgical Cases by T Kirkbride M D
560
Miscellanies
568
Sixteenth Report of the Dundee Lunatic AsylumEffect of Fright
574
Dr Ryans Formulary of Hospitals
581
Goldpointed Lancet
587

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