The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly Journal Containing a Retrospective View of Every Discovery and Practical Improvement in the Medical Sciences ..., Delen 30-31

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New Test for Sugar J Horstey Esq
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On Irritable Bladder Dr H B Jones
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On Retention and Suppression of Urine Do 81
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Treatment of a Nephritic Attack from Calculus in the Kidney Dr H B Jones
85
On the Development of Vibrio Ureola Bodo Urinarius 4c in Urine Dr A H Hassall
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The Elimination of Urea
88
On a New and Simple Method of Determining the Amount of Urea m the Urinary Secretion Dr E W Davy
89
SURGERY AFFECTIONS OF BONES AND JOINTS
93
On Amputation at the Kneejoint W Fergusson Esq
110
On Amputation at the Kneejoint G M Jones Esq
111
On Exctsion of the Kneejoint W Fergusson Esq
113
Successful Case of Excision of the Kneejoint Dr C Cotton
114
Case of Excision of the Kneejoint Dr G Buck
116
Remarks on the Lines of Incision suitable for Opera tions at the Anklejoint T P Teate Esq
117
On the After Consequences of Amputation John Hamilton Esq
118
Cases of Articular Disease Illustrating the Ad vantages of the Actual Cautery Prof Syme
120
Yeratrine Ointment as a Local Application in Scrofulous Affections of the Joints Dr Klingner
123
On Compound Fracture Dr S G Wilmot
126
On Ununited Fracture Successfully Treated by Pegs Dr E Hutton
128
Treatment of Fractured Patella L G Clark Esq
129
ORGANS OF CIRCULATION 60 Case of Traumatic Carotid Aneurism W R Beaumont Esq
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Treatment of Aneurism by Peroxide of Iron Dr Pavesi
131
Opium as an Adjuvant in the Reduction of Hernia 72 On Laceration of the External Abdominal Ring in the Reduction of Hernia
139
On the Propriety of Opening the Bowels soon after Operation for Hernia
140
On Fistula in
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Diagnosis of Fistula in Ano by means of Iodine 76 On the Treatment of Hemorrhoidal Tumours by Cautertzatton
144
Treatment of Hemorrhoids with Vienna Caustic and Employment of the Hemorrhoidal Capsule
151
Hemorrhoids Treated by the Galvanic Cautery
152
On Prolapsus of the Rectum
153
Prolapsus of the Rectum Treated by Nitric Acid
154
Prolapsus Ani Treated by Strychnine 82 Exciston of Internal Hemorrhoidal Tumours 83 Cases of Fissure of the Anus 84 On the Surgical Treatment o...
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H Lee Im
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Impermeable Stricture of the Urethra Cured by Division in the Perineum R H Meade Esq
160
On Urinary Calculus Adherent to the Walls of the Blndder Do
162
On Lithotrity Dr 8 Fenwick
163
New Operation for VesicoVaginal Fistula Dr Wagner
169
On Spermatorrhoea J L Milton Esq
170
On Syphilis W Acton Esq
172
DISEASES OF THE BKIN
174
Treatment of Erysipelas Dr J S Hughes 93 Arseniate of Iron in Herpetic and Squamous Erup tions M Duchesne Dupare 94 Ute of Ttncture of Iodine t...
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On WaterStrnpping as a Surgical Application U Holthouse Esq 96 Charcoal for the Prevention of Smell from Gangre nous Sores Wormald Esq 97 Tr...
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DISEASES OF THE EYE 100 The Ophthalmoscope Dr E Williams
179
Edema of the Glottis from a Scald of the Pharynx J Tufnell Esq
181
On Ulers of the Cornea G Crilcutt Esq
182
103 On Cold as an Anresthetic in Operations on the Eye Do
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AtTTMOB Ml
186
On the Induction of Premature Labour Dr J R Curmaek
190
On Puerperal Convulsions A B Steete Esq
196
On Syphilis as a Cause of Abortion and Premature Labour Dr R Johns
199
On the Treatment of Descent of the Womb Dr A Detgranges
204
On the Use of Potassa Fuaa find Potassa cum Calce in Uterine Diseases Dr J II Bennett
206
Hearders Condensed General and Obstetric Electro Galvanic Machine
209
On Uterine Polypus its Nature Early Detection and Treatment Dr R Barna
210
On Uterine Polypi as the Cause of Hemorrhage Do
212
Case of IntraUterine Polypus Do
214
On Dieffenbachs Loop Suture T S Welle Esq
215
Painless Labour Cousins Eeg
216
On some Affections of the Rectum Caused by certain Conditions of the Womb I B Brotm Esq
217
MISCELLANEOUS SUBJECTS 125 On the Climate of Egypt Rev T Barclay D D
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Occurrence of delirium in Acute Rheumatism Dr C if Durrant
222
On Citric Acid Dr H B Jones
223
On the Effects of Liquor Potaet S3 Dr E A Parkes
225
On Spongy Bougies 11 Alquie
228
On the Radical Cure of Reducible Inguinal Hernia T S Wells Esq e29 134 New Proceeding for the Cure of Herma
229
On the Use Of Ice Combined with Compression in the Reduction of Hernia M Baudens
231
Modes of Exhibiting Cod liver Oil 286
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Novel Mode of Applying Chloride of Zinc E Cock Esq
237
On Neuralgic Headache Dr P J Murphy 287
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On the Remedial and Anaesthetic Uses of Intense Cold Dr J Arnott
247
Treatment of Cancer by Congelation Do
250
Cold as an Anaesthetic Paget Esq
262
Treatment of Cholera by Eupatorium Villosum and Nervosum Dr W E Stulo 23
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On the Pathology and Treatment of Laryngo Tracheal Inflammation Dr R Turner
264
Dr Marshall Halls Tracheotomy Scissors
271
Aneurism of the Common Femoral Artery Cured
272
Compression Dr M H CoU it
275
Sickness in Friendly Societies H Tompkint Esq
296
On the Medical and Poisonous Aetion of Alcohol Dr H B Jones
298
Syrup of the Carbonate of Iron Dr Richardson
299
Iron Alum Dr Tyler Smith
300
Inga a New Astringent
301
On the Use of Belladonna in Poisoning by Opium Dr T Anderton
302
On Slow Copper Poisoning Dr Corrigan 30S 180 The Vnm of Serpents Dr J GUman
303
Charcoal as a Disinfectant Dr Slenhouse
304
1S3 Ob Purulent Ophthalmia G Oritehett Etq
305
Impromptu Tracheotomy 188
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Dr G Patterson
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SYNOPSISINDEX
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CONTENTS OF VOL XXXI
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G B Mead
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On Fever Dr E A Partes 29
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Treatment of Yellow Fever by Turpentine James Laird Esq 4it 4 On some Points in the Treatment of Gout and Rheu matism Dr Fuller
42
Remarks on Oout Dr A B Garrod
45
Treatment of Acute Rheumatism Dr Barlow 46
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Discussion on Cancer MM Velpeau Robert 47
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DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
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On the Nervous System Dr Marshall Hall lr 12 On the Use of Cotyledon Umbilicus in Epilepsy Dr E H Sicveking 58
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On Infantile Convulsions arising from Excentric Irrita tion Dr Robert Mollott 60
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Treatment of Hemiplegia from Softening of the Brain Prof Bennett 62
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On the Treatment of Apoplexy Dr R B Todd 01
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Treatment of Sciatica Dr P Blakiston 69
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On the Use of Chloroform in Delirium Tremens J Tufnell Esq 70
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On a Prevailing Form of Chronic Pneumonia Dr R Payne Cotton 7 2
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Pneumonia treated by Bleeding Dr Addison 78
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On Tubercle Dr C R Hall 79
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Remedies in Phthisis 68
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Treatment of Irritable Stomach in Phthisis Dr Peacock and Dr Risdon Bennett
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On the Use of Iodine in Phthisis M Piorri
87
tl Treatment of Catarrh Dr Lombard 88
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On Codliver Oil Dr E H Greenhow Sb 33 Codliver Oil with Quina Mr Bastick 91
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On Sarcinae Ventriculi Dr Arthur Leared 92
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Gallic Acid in Pyrosis Dr Bayet 94
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URINARY ORGANS 38 On Diabetes Dr Thomas Hodgkin 95
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On the Curative Treatment of Chronic Morbus Briglttii Dr Handfield Jones 9i 40 On Diabetes Dr R H Gooldcn 100
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On Digitaline Dr R Christison 101
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Treatment of Enuresis Dr Blaschko dbc 102
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SURGERY AFFECTIONS OF BONES AND JOINTS ETC 44 On Conservative Surgery Henrt Smith Esq 103
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Condition of a Joint after Resection Henry Smith Esq 105
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On Excision of the Elbowjoint Ac Prof Syme 106
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Excision of the Elbowjoint Prof Ferqtason 108
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On Chronic Inflammation of the Hipjoint W Coulson Esq no 50 On Sinuses of the Hip depending upon Exfoliations from the Pelvis Prof Syme 117
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On Amputation of the Thigh Prof Syme 119
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On Amputation at the Ankle Prof Syme iii
122
Diagnosis of Fracture E Stanley Esq 188
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On Subcutaneous Osteotomy Dr P Frank 12C 58 On Diseases of the Bones J Bishop Esq 128
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Case of Malignant Disease of the Ilium Prof Fergusson 133
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On Tumours of the Upper Jaw H Hancock Esq 135
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Foreign body in the Trachea of a Child J Hilton Esq 138
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On Tumours of the Jaws Prof Syme 140
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ORGANS OF CIRCULATION 62 On Popliteal Aneurism Prof Syme 142
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On the Treatment of Aneurism by Compression Prof Fergusson 145
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Local Anaesthesia by means of Dr Hardys Instru
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Treatment of Aneurysmal Tumour by Acetate of Lead M Lassana 148
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Case of Varicose Aneurism cured by Injection of Iron M Jobert 14S 67 On the Treatment of Varix H T Chapman Esq 14
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ALIMENTARY CANAL
153
On the Radieal Cure of Hernia by Injections of Iodine M Jobert 15S 71 On Strangulated Hernia E Stanley Eq 154
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Hernia treated by the Topical Application of tec 155
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Stricture of the Urethra of Twenty Years Standing
165
Use of an Extract and Decoction of the Common
172
On the Treatment of the more Common Forms
178
Med Times and Gazette 186
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M C Fredericq 187
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Velpeau 196
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Use of Uva Ursi instead of Ergot of
207
Nelaton 254
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On Poisoning by StrychniaAnimal Charcoal an Antidote W Chippendale Esq 303
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On Charcoal for Sanitary Purposes Jtr Stettltotae 304
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Cases of Chorea treated by the Carbonate of Iron Dr Peacock 306
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Formula for the Administration of Elaterium 307
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On the Treatment of Varix H T Chapman Esq 308
308
Employment of the Chlorate of Potash as a Topical Application Moore Esq 310
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Treatment of Piles T Wormald Esq 311
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On Laryngotomy John Erichten Esq 312
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Pagina 48 - ... was not followed by any remedial effect ; but from Cocoa-nut oil results were obtained almost as decided as from the oil of the liver of the cod, and the author believes it may turn out to be a useful substitute. The oil employed was a pure cocoa oleine, obtained by pressure from crude cocoa-nut oil, as expressed in Ceylon and the Malabar coast from the Copperah or dried cocoa-nut kernel, and refined by being treated with an alkali and then repeatedly washed with distilled water.
Pagina 49 - It burns with a faint blue flame, showing a comparatively small proportion of carbon, and is undrying. The analysis of the blood was conducted by Mr. Dugald Campbell. The whole quantity abstracted having been weighed, the coagulum was drained on bibulous paper for four or five hours, weighed, and divided into two portions. One portion was weighed and then dried in a wateroven, to determine the water ; the other was macerated in cold water until it became...
Pagina 23 - One of these is, that triple combination which is so common, especially in private practice, where the patient has chronic bronchitis, a weak and irregular heart, and congestion and enlargement of the liver.
Pagina 228 - This done, the negative pole of a pile is brought into contact with the sides of the bathing-tub, and the positive pole placed in the hands of the patient. The work of purification is now in full activity ; the electrical current precipitates itself through the body of the sufferer, penetrates into the depth of his bones, pursues in all the tissues every particle of metal, seizes it, restores its primitive form, and, chasing it out of the organism, deposits it on the sides of the tub, where it becomes...
Pagina 91 - ... which may be from a quarter of a drachm to a drachm, or upwards, according to the capacity of the tube; then, holding the tube in one hand, near its open extremity, and having the thumb in readiness to cover the aperture...
Pagina 301 - That if after the respiration has ceased, and while the heart is still in action, chloroform continues to be absorbed into the system, its movements may become impaired or cease — the chloroform in such case acting directly upon the heart. 4th. That if artificial respiration be resorted to before the cardiac contractions are seriously affected, and be properly maintained for a sufficient period, the respiratory functions may be re-established.
Pagina 291 - As the aperture is necessarily the size of the finger which produces it, if the stone be large some other dilating power must be employed in addition to the dilating effect of the forceps and stone combined ; for this purpose...
Pagina 19 - ... fever. They are usually set down as pneumonia, typhoid pneumonia by some. Now, the name itself would be of little moment if its adoption did not lead to errors in practice. And, although it cannot be affirmed with certainty that in none of these cases is there pneumonia, yet we have good grounds...
Pagina 46 - He afterwards gave a table of fifty-one cases of acute rheumatism; and of each patient the following particulars are noted:—The age, occupation, hereditary predisposition; the number and causes of attack; the symptoms before admission ; the symptoms during treatment ; the nature of treatment; and the duration of the disease. From these cases the following deductions are made, viz: that in twenty males the duration of the disease under treatment averaged between six and seven days, and the total...
Pagina 219 - From these cases he drew the following conclusions : — . 1. In none of the cases of ovarian dropsy treated with iodine injections after tapping has he yet seen any considerable amount of local pain follow the injection, with one exception ; in most instances no pain at all is felt ; and in none has constitutional irritation or fever ensued. In the...

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