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

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William Harcourt Ranking, Charles Bland Radcliffe, William Dommett Stone
J. Churchill, 1850
 

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Treatment of Lepra and Psoriasis By M Emery
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Cure of Scabies by Inunction with Lard 68 Sect VII Materia Medica and Therapeutics 33 On the Medical Employment of Electricity By Dr Terzi
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Therapeutical Value and Pharmaceutical Preparations of Manganese By M
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Medical Uses of Turpentine
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Therapeutical Value of Belladonna in Nervous Affections 39 On the Use of Gallic Acid in Albuminous Urine By George Sampson Esq F R C
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On the Use of Tannin in various Diseases By Dr Alison
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Effects of the Vichy Waters on the Urine By M DurandFardel 42 Formulæ for the External Use of Glycerine
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SURGERY Sect I Symptomatology and Diagnosis of Surgical Diseases 43 Tumours of the Testicle with Remarks on Hematocele By A H Grimshaw
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On the Disjunction of the Lower Epiphysis of the Humerus By Dr Smith
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Case of Aneurismal Varix in a Stump By William Cadge Esq 47 General Considerations relative to thc Diagnosis of Tumours of Bone By Ed ward St...
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On the use of the Exploring Needle in the Diagnosis of Doubtful Forms of Pelvic and other Tumours By Prof Simpson
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Ligature of the Common Carotid Artery By Dr John Mettauer
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Observations on the Treatment of Nævi Materni By J B Curling Esq
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Removal of a Tumour imbedded in the Parotid Gland By Mr Canton
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Traumatic TetanusCure By Dr Stimer
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Case of Excision of the Head of the Thighbone By Charles Cotton F R C S
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On the Section of the TendoAchillis in some cases of Fracture of the Leg By Campbell de Morgan
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Rare Surgical Cases 72 Congenital Dislocation of both knees
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Tic DouloureuxTrephining the Lower Jaw Cure By Dr Mason Warren
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Fracture of the PatellaSubsequent Laceration of the Soft Parts By Dr King 75 Death from Convulsions caused by the Calculus Vesicæ 76 Case of Elep...
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Malignant Tumour of Ten Years standing cured by strict Milk Diet By Dr Bowditch
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MIDWIFERY AND DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN Sect I Midwifery and Diseases of Women 78 On the Detection and Treatment of Intr...
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On the Causes of retarded Menstruation 80 On the alleged frequency of Ulceration of the Os and Cervix Uteri By Dr Tyler Smith
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Ulceration of the Os Uteri Closure of the Cervix from the Use of Caustic By Dr T Williams m
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Successful Extirpation of a Fibrous Tumour of the Right Ovary By Dr W 140 Atlee
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On a new Uterine Supporter
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Diagnosis of Ovarian Dropsy By Mr Brown
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On the Advantages of Opium in Obstetric Practice By Dr Lever
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Separation of the Pelvic Bones after Labour By Dr Alden U S 87 Remarkable Case of Double Pregnancy
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Case of Permanent Occlusion of the Uterus obstructing Delivery By Dr Fogarty 89 Case of Hydrometra By C D Purdon M D
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ART PAGE
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Lectures on the Processes of Repair and Reproduction after Injuries By James
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On Affections of the Facial Nerve By Dr Marshall Hali
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HALFYEARLY ABSTRACT
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Diphtheritic Inflammation of the Pharynx and Tonsils By Dr Henry Ramsay
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Differential Diagnosis between Cancer and Hypertrophy of the Stomach By Dr Bruch
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On Insensibility from Indigestion By John Hinton M R C
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On Obstruction of the Rectum from the Use of Diseased Potatoes By Dr John Popham
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Case of Intestinal Concretion By Dr Ritchie
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On ElectroGalvanism in a peculiar Affection of the Bowels By Dr William
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Remarks on the Relations of Dumbbell Crystals to Uric acid By Dr Charles
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Danger of using Gutta Percha Catheter
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Observations on Injury of the Head By Benjamin Travers
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On Tumours of the Eye and Orbit By Dr Jacob
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Essay on Syphilitic Sarcocele By John Hamilton
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Cases of Rupture of the Long Tendon of the Biceps By Dr Bellingham
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On the Pathology of Nævi Materni and Dilatations of Vessels of Integument By Holmes Coote
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Peculiar Disease of the Nasal Fossa By Dr John Gardner
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On Arthropathia of the Shoulderjoint By M Velpeau
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A Case of Gunshot Wound and subsequent Extraction of the Ball from the Bladder
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Case of Rupture of the CalcaneoScaphoid Ligament By Mr Nunn
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On the detection of Oxalate of Lime in the Urine By Dr H Bence Jones
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Materia Medica and Therapeutics
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SURGERY
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On the Paralysis which attends Dentition By Dr Fliess
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Treatment of Tubercular Meningitis By Dr Rilliet
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Diagnosis of Cerebral Tubercle By Dr Rilliet
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Diagnosis of Croup and allied Affections By Mr W Kesteven
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On Bloodletting in the Pneumonia of Childhood By Dr Mauthner
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Mucous Pneumonia or Suffocative Catarrh of Infants
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New Method of Treating Hoopingcough By Dr Eben Watson
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Treatment of Hoopingcough By Dr Durr
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Necrosis of the Inferior Maxilla from Mercury By J Williams
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Pagina 209 - The patient is thus exposed to the influence of three agents, heated air, common steam, and the vapour of mercury, which is thus applied to the whole surface of the body, in a moist state. After the patient has remaine'd in the bath from five to ten minutes, perspiration generally commences, and by the end of twenty or thirty minutes, beyond which I do not prolong the bath, it is generally excessive.
Pagina 11 - THE HALF-YEARLY ABSTRACT OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES. Being a Digest of the Contents of the principal British and Continental Medical Works; together with a Critical Report of the Progress of' Medicine and the Collateral Sciences.
Pagina 193 - As long as the action is incomplete, there will be seen, after rest, at the line of contact, a darker ring. When this no longer appears, the chloroform may be drawn off, and for greater security once more acted on by a quarter of its volume of the acid, which should now remain colourless.
Pagina 196 - Then is it, that the muscles acting with one accord, set at nought the extending power, and complete the work of reduction, in defiance of all the agents employed at the moment to prevent it. I consider that the muscles are the immediate agents of reduction, and not the surgeon, whose entire duty consists, in placing the bone in a position, to give them the opportunity of displaying this harmony of action, and of exercising a power, even beyond that of the mechanical agents of extension.
Pagina 35 - ... by way of second course. Liquids should be taken, not at the meal, but half an hour after, so as not to impede the action of the gastric juice upon the mass. Here should end the solid feeding for the day; no second dinner or supper should follow, nor, indeed, any more meals be taken sitting down. A piece of biscuit and a glass of water can be taken standing up, if faintness is experienced ; a cup of gruel or roast apple before going to bed.
Pagina 193 - The chloroform, having been tested as above, and found more or less impure, is to be agitated with oil of vitriol (half its volume will be sufficient), and allowed to remain in contact with the acid, of course in a clean, dry, stoppered bottle, and with occasional agitation till the acid no longer becomes darker in colour. As long as the action is incomplete, there will be seen, after rest, at the line of contact, a darker ring.
Pagina 277 - ... discomfort to the patient and retardation of the healing. I suspect that the many instances of disappointment from this cause have led to the general neglect of the process of scabbing in the treatment of wounds. The observance of perfect rest, and of the other means for warding off inflammation, will...
Pagina 146 - ... uterus, which must sooner or later take place. But, while I do not advocate the use of this drug under the circumstances related, I can speak loudly in its praise after the abortion has occurred, especially if such have been attended with a large loss of blood : it will allay excitement, tranquillise the circulation, and procure sleep.
Pagina 208 - Surgeon to the Queen's Hospital, Birmingham. THE MODERN TREATMENT OF SYPHILITIC DISEASES, BOTH PRIMARY AND SECONDARY; comprising the Treatment of Constitutional and Confirmed Syphilis, by a safe and successful method.
Pagina 291 - Achilles-tendon and the tendons of the anterior and posterior tibial muscles of a child nine months old, in whom, when it was five months old, all these tendons were divided for the cure of congenital varus. The child had perfect use of its feet after the operation, and, when it died, no trace of the division of any of the tendons could be discerned even with microscopic aid. In the instances of divided human tendons, less retraction, I have already said, takes place than in those of lower animals....

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