The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a Digest of British and Continental Medicine, and of the Progess of Medicine and the Collateral Sciences, Volume 43

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J. Churchill, 1867 - Medicine
 

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Contents

On the Causes of certain Diseases in Ships of War Dr Edgar Holden
26
Hints for the Guidance of Invalids in Italy Dr T Ring Chambers
32
On the Prevention and Treatment of Cholera Dr C Morehead
34
On the Treatment of Typhoid Fever Dr Fontan
37
On the Treatment of Coryza M Diday c
39
Notes on the Arsenical Treatment of Fevers Br Henry C Brodrick
40
The Thermometer in Disease Dr
43
On the Treatment of Articular Rheumatism by Subcutaneous Injections of Sul phte of Quinine
46
On the Treatment of Cholera Dr Maclean
49
The Treatment of Cholera in Paris during the recent Outbreak
53
On the Use of Phenic Acid in Cholera
57
c Concerning Chronic Diseases 21 On the Cause of Intermittent and Remittent Fevers with Investigations which tend to prove that these Affections ar...
58
On i he Treatment and Prevention of Intermittent Fevers Dr J E Salisbury
65
Ancient and Modern Dr Tubury Fox
69
Special Questions in Medicine a Concerning the Nervous System 24 On the Treatment of a Certain Form of Paralysis occurring in Children Dr W d H...
71
Case illustrating the supposed Connexion of Aphasia with Right Hemiplegia and Lesion of the External Left Frontal Convolution of the Brain Dr W ...
75
Case of Vasorimotor Neurosis L Mauthner
79
On L teral Deviation of the Eyes in Hemiplegia and in Certain Epileptiform Seizures Dr J Hughiings Jackson
80
On Emotional and Intellectual Language in some Cases of Disease of the Nervous System Dr Hughiings Jackson
81
ART PAGB 29 On Dental Neurosis of the Heart Prof R Remak
85
Treatment of Nervosism and Spasmodic Hysteria 31 Barth
86
Diphtheria and Diphtherial Paralysis Dr W J Cmming
87
Tabes Dorsalis and Progressive General Paralysis Dr C Urstphal
91
Progressive Locomotor Ataxy following Angina Diphtheritica Dr M J amen
92
Dyspepsia and Hemiplegia Prof PihanDufeillay
94
On Functional Aphonia Dr Thomas Palmer
96
Incessant Hiccup Relieved by Pressure on the Epigastric Region Dr Lion Boyer
97
On the Diagnosis and Treatment of Functional Affections Dr C E Brown Siquard
98
Paralysis of Muscles of Deglutition as a Sequel to Diphtheria Dr R Vvedale Went
105
Case illustrative of the relation between the Sensation of Temperature Touch and Pain Mr M A P Spring
107
On Tubercle in the Brain Prof DacheTc
108
A Case of Traumatic Tetanus successfully treated Mr Paget
109
Affection of Cervical Sympathetic Dr Archibald Reith Ill 41 Cases of Chprea treated by Calabar Bean Dr Ogle
117
On the Affinity between Spasm and Paralysis Dr C Handfeld Jones
119
Peculiar Affection of the Internal Carotid Artery in Connexion with Disease of the Brain Dr Patrick Manton
123
Case of Unilateral Congestion and Sweating occurring in Epileptiform Paroxysms Dr Russell
125
Sweating on One Side of the Face in a Patient who had Epileptic Fits Dr Hamskill
127
Three Cases of Diseases of the Third RightFrontal Convolution without affection of Voice Articulation or Speech Dr J Hughtinys Jackson
128
On Nervous Apoplexy and Congestion of the Brain Dr W Boyd Mushet
130
On Lateral Deviation of the Eyes in Hemiplegia Mr J Lockhart Clarke
131
On Lateral Deviation of the Eyeballs in a Case of Hemiplegia Dr J Russell Reynolds
133
54 Case of Spectral Illusions Mr Benjamin Bell
135
On the Occasional Occurrence of Amaurosis with Defect of Speech Dr J Hugh lings Jackson
139
Nyctalopia with Partial Deafness in Five Children of the same Family Dr 1 homaa L ycock
140
On the Physiology of Hemiplegia Dr W H Broadbent
143
On the Connexion between Loss of Speech and Paralysis of the Right Side Dr W Muxon
146
Case of Primary Cancer of the Pleura Dr Chvostek
148
The Treatment of Acute Diseases of ihe Chest Dr W T Qavrdner
149
On Typhoid Pneumonia with Muffled Tympanitic Resonance Dr Thomas Harden
152
On the Assimilation of Fat in Consumption Dr Horace Dobell
153
The Morbid Anatumy and Eaily Physical Signs of Pneumonia Dr A T H W aters
154
Cure effected in a novel Manner Mr J h Malcolm
157
On Tonic Enemas and Artificial Respiration in the Last Stage of Infantile Pneu monia M Fort
158
Remarks on Laryngitis Dr Siereking
159
On Paracentesis Thoracis in the Treatment of Pleural Effusions Acute and Chruric Dr J Warlurton Begbte
161
On the Pathology of Pneumonia Dr Morehead
164
On Scalds of the Glottis and their Treatment by Mercury Mr Ctolg
166
c Concerning the Circulatory System 71 Medullary Carcinoma of the Heart Dr A Paikrt
169
Acute Uncomplicated Myocarditis in which the Disease was Diagnosed during Life Dr Radcliffe
170
Results of Myocarditis Dr Julius Klob
172
A Case of Rupture of the Heart Dr Ramskill
175
On Rupture of the Heart Dr Andrew Dunlop
176
Three Cases of Anoint Pectoris all depending1 on Occlusion of the Openings of the Coronary Arteries by Atheroma of the Aorta Dr Dickinson
178
Rapid and Extensive Embolism of the Heart in a Phthisical SubjectSpeedy Death Mr J E Gross
180
d Concerning the Alimentary System 79 On a Case of Spasmodic Stricture of the Esophagus terminating fatally Mr Henry Power
181
Case of Constipation of Nine Weeks and Two Days Duration Cured by the Ex ternal Application of Aloetic Preparation Dr Herbert M Howe
184
Diagnosis of Cancer of the Stomach M Beau
185
On Oral Gastric and Duodenal Dyspepsia Dr Henry Browne
187
On Spasmodic Stricture of the Esophagus Dr Brinton
190
On Displacement of the Kidney Prof Trousseau
192
Case of Intussusception terminating in Sloughing and Discharge of the Intus suscepted Portion of Intestine and Recovery Dr James Brydon
193
On Addisons Disease Dr Qreenhow
195
On the Diaphoretics used in the Treatment of Brights Disease Dr John C
217
PART ILSURGERY Sect I General Qoestions in Surgery 96 On Aneurism in connexion with Embolism or with Thrombosis of an Artery Dr John W ...
222
On the Tempsrature of the Bndy as a Help to the Diagnosis of Certain Tumours Drs Sydney Ringer and Walter Richards
225
The Pathology of Syphilis Mr James R Lan
226
On Pseudo rheumatic Ostitis and Arthritis in the Young Prof Roser
228
Propagation of Syphilis by Eustachian Citheterism
230
On the Galvanopuncturu of Aneurisms Dr John Duncan
231
The Citric Acetic and Carbolic Acids in Cancer Dr John Barclay
232
On Syphilitic Inoculation Mr Henry Lee
235
On Stiff Apparatus for Fractures
240
AHT FAG1 106 A New Process of Producing Local Anaesthesia Dr B W Richardon
242
On the Treatment of Wounds by Pneumatic Occlusion M Jules Guerin
246
On the Zittimnn Treatment Dr Tilbury Fox
247
On the Temperature in Fever accompanying Surgical Affections Dr F W Gibson
249
Subcutaneous Ulceration Mr Paget
251
Use of Chloride of Zinc in Surgical Operations for Removal of Cancerous Tumours Mr C De Morgan
253
A New GalvanoCaustic Knife M Seri
257
Special Questions in Sorgery a Concerning the Head and Neck 113 On the Treatment of Gunshot Injuries of the Head Dr John Ashhurst Jun
258
Larvae of the FleshFly Musca Carnaria Developed in the External Auditory Duct M Jarjaoat
259
On Difficulty of Hearing in Cases of Perforation of the Membrana Tympani Dr F L Weber
260
A Case of Fracture of the Larynx Dr Wm Hunt
261
On the Treatment of Granular Ophthalmia by Pressure Dr Wm Stokes Jun
262
On Removal of the Entire Tongue
264
Case of tmpaction of a Piute of Artificial Teeth in the Pharynx during a period of Five Months Dr Geoghegan
265
b Concerning the Trunk 120 On Vaginal Rectocele Mr James R Lane
267
On Caches of Stone in the Bladder where no Examination has been made Mr Barnard Holt
270
A Case of Thoracic Aneurism Successfully Treated by Rest Dr A T H Waters
271
A Case of Mulberry Calculus of large size in the Female Mr C rit pher Heath
274
Case of Mulberry Calculus Weighing Eight Ounces and a Quarter Mr J Allen
275
ACaceof Lumbar Colotomy Amussats Operation Successfully Performed for the Relief of a Vesicolntestinal Fistula Mr T Holmes
276
A Case of Gunshot Wound of the Abdomen Dr H illiam John Bundle
277
On the Treatment of Fracture of the Radius at the Styloid Process by means of Gordons Splint Mr Lawson Tail
278
A Case of Fracture of the Humerus by Muscular Action Mr Charles Terry
280
On Amputation at the Knee Mr James Syme
282
Case of Femoral Aneurism treated by Combined Proximal and Distal Com pression Recovery Mr John Henry Hunt
284
MIDWIFERY MlDWIFKBT AND DISEASES OP WOMEN AND CHILDREN a Concerning Pregnancy and Parturition 133 Cases of ExtraUterine Pr...
287
On Lacerations of the Vagina and Os Uteri in the course of Labour Dr MCLintock
290
A Case of Quadruple Birth Mr Jamee Wilton
291
Case of Puerperal Convulsions induced by Eating Muscles Mr Owen Dane
292
On Enlargements of the Uterus which follow Abortions Premature or Natural Confinement Dr Sitoic Heck
293
Fortythree Years Mr R W Watlcin
297
On Difficult Labour caused by Changes in the Cervix Uteri M Depaul
298
Pregnancy in a Dwarf Dr L Owen Fox
300
143 The Use of the Wireribbon in some Cases of Difficult Turning Dr Vol Hegerdahl 301
301
On the Apparent Death of Newborn Children Br J Poppel
302
On the Diagnosis of Twisting of the Cord round the Childs Neck Dr Saake
303
On the Use of Arteriotomv and other Remedies in the Treatment of Puerperal Convulsions Dr A F A King
305
Case of Ruptured Vagina Dr Udell 30g 149 Shoulder Presentation in Four Successive Labours Dr Charles C Hildreth
306
On Chloroform and Ergot in ObsteLric Practice Dr Charles C Sildreth
307
On Dilatation of the Perinssum Dr Jams Moore
308
Artificial Tooth and Plate swallowed during Puerperal Convulsions Mr L T Burton
309
Three Cases of Puerperal Tetanus Dr W A Gordon
310
Labour Complicated with Rupture of the Uterus Mr Frederick Cox
313
On the Successful Removal of the Uterus and Ovaries Dr H R Storer
315
Radical Cure of Prolapsus Uteri Mr Robert Ellis
316
On Puerperal Fever Dr Robert Barnes
317
A New Instrument for the Relief of Extreme Flexions of the Uterus Dr Henry G Wright
319
On Medicated Pessaries Dr Kidd
320
On the Use of Galvanic Pessaries Dr Kidd
323
A New Uterine Support Dr William Main
324
An Artificial Vagina Dr William H Kingston
326
On some of the Causes and Effects of Valvular Disease of the Heart belngthe Croonian Lectures of the Royal College of Physicians for 1865 Dr Tho...
329
On the Nature Cause and Treatment of Tuberculosis Dr Horace Dobell
333
On Inhalation as a means of Local Treatment of the Organs of Respiration by Atomized Fluids and Gases Dr Hermann Beigel
335
Lectures on Diseases of the Eye referring principally to those Affections requiring the Aid of the Ophthalmoscope for their Diagnosis Dr N C Macna...
336
Reports on the Extent and Nature of the Materials available for the Preparation of a Medical and Surgical History of the Rebellion
337
A Guide to the Practical Study of Diseases of the Eye with an Outline of their Medical and Operative Treatment Mr James Dixon
338
Clinical Lectures and Reports By the Medical and Surgical Staff of the London Hospital
339
ART PAGB
343
The Climate of Sun Remo and other Winter Stations of the Mediterranean
349
Third Report of the Commissioners appointed to inquire into the Origin
355
The Second and Third Sections of the Report of the Commissioners appointed
361

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