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, Volumes 27-28

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On the Coexistence of Elephantiasis and Leprosy Mr Warin9
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Special Questions in Medicine a Concernin9 the Nervous System 24 The Legal Doctrine of Responsibility in In sanity Dr Forbes Winslow
52
Insanity among Prisoners in Penitentiaries M Sauze
53
To what Degree is the Mind Affected in Cases of Apoplexy and Paralysis Dr MCreedy
55
Case of Hydrocephalus Treated by Puncture Mr Lawrence
57
On the General Paralysis of the Insane Mr Linos
58
On Facial Paralysis as a Sign of Cerebral Hemorrhage M Trousseau
59
The Effect of Galvanism upon the Augment ation of Hearing which may exist in Facial Paralysis M Landouzu
60
The Pathology of Convulsions Dr Reynolds
61
Case of Hysteria Simulating Hydrophobia Dr MGu9in
62
On the Use of Oxide of Zinc in Epilepsy Dr Radcliffe
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On the Use of Lactate of Zinc in Epilepsy Dr Herpin
66
A Case in which Death happened in an Epi leptic Fit after Tracheotomy Dr Ormerod
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On the Treatment of Chorea M Trousseau
73
Tracheotomy in Croup in the Childrens Hospital at Paris M Andre
74
Asthenic Pneumonia and its Treatment by Quinine Dr Corri9an
75
The Arrest of Pulmonary Tuberculosis Dr Flint
76
Treatment of Phthisis c by Special Ex ercises Dr Henry G Davis
78
The Specifio Treatment of Consumption Dr Cotton
79
The Action of CodLiver Oil in Chest Affec tions Dr Edward Smith
81
Local Influences in Spasmodic Asthma Dr Hyde Salter
82
On Intercostal Neuralgia Dr A W Nichols
83
A New PercussionHammer Dr Vernon
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c Concernin9 the Circulatory System
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ARt AUTHOR PAuS
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Ouarana in Chronic Diarrhea Dr Hervf
93
On some rare Cardiac Sounds Dr Edward Smith
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ARt AUTHOR FAO
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On the Formation of Artificial Pupil
122
A NeW Operation for Artificial Pupil Mr Critthett
129
On Enlarged Tonsils Mr Pa9et
136
On Lesions of the Epiglottis Dr Horace Green
137
On the Treatment of Suppurated Cervical Glands Mr Pa9et
138
Removal of the Entire Body of the Scapula Mr Walter
139
Obliteration of the Superior Vena Cava Dr Culmont
140
Case in which a Foreign Body was Re moved from beneath the Heart Dr E S Cooper
141
Two Cases of Intestinal Obstruction in which the Descending Colon was opened Mr Curlin9
143
On Abdominal Subcutaneous Emphysema Dr OFerrall
146
Ligature of the External Iliac Dr Wood
149
The Prevention of Rigor after Catheterism by Tincture of Aconite Mr Lon9
150
On the Causes of Death after Lithotomy Mr Bryant
151
On Lithotritic Instruments in Cases of En larged Prostate Mr Coulson
152
A New Operation for Hydrocele M Carron du Villardt
154
c Concernin9 the Upper Extremity 110 Case of Simultaneous Dislocation of Both ShoulderJoints Dr W H Van Buret
155
A New Splint for Cases in which the Elbow Joint has been Excised Mr Heath
156
Division of the Tendon of the Triceps in LongStanding Dislocations of the Elbow Mr Fer9usson
159
Excessive Dilatation of the Bloodvessels of the Right Inferior Extremity Mr Adams
160
The Subcutaneous Operation on Varicose Veins Mr Henry Lee 102
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Chronic Hydrarthrosis of the KneeJoint Treated by Iodine Injections Dr MDonnell
163
On Excision of the KneeJoint Mr Humphrey 1C4 118 Excisionof theOsCaloie by a New Method Mr Eriehsen
165
Inversion of the Uterus reduced after six months
166
On dilatation of the Urethra by Fluid Pres sure
167
On the successful Treatment of VesicoVagi nal Fistula
168
Naevus in the Cheek treated by injection
173
Three Cases of Infantile Apoplexy Dr Wythes
191
in piue L Dr Pickford on Hygiene
199
Dr Inman on the Fibrine of the Blood and its Significance in Disease
200
3b Dr Christison on the Changes which have taken place in the Constitution of Fevers
210
Dr Adams on Rheumatic Gout
213
Dr Habershon on Purpura and its Connection with Splenic Disease
217
Dr Wilkes on Idiopathic Fatty Degeneration and on Arcus Senilis
220
Dr Gull on Abscess of the Brain
222
Mr Lobb on Some of the more Obscure Forms of Nervous Affection
225
Dr Noble on the Human Mind its Relation to the Brain c
227
Dr Beetle on the Urine Urinary Deposits c
228
Mr Gout on the Evil results of OverFeeding Cattle
229
Mr W Adams On Subcutaneous Surgery
230
Mr Holthouse on Squinting c
232
Mr Critchett on a New Mode of Treating Glaucoma
234
Mr Bowman on the Treatment of Lachrymal Obstructions
237
Mr Edwardss Case of Aneurism of the Innominata Treated by Pressure on the Distal Side
241
Mr Henry Thompson on Enlarged Prostate
243
Dr Tyler Smith on Obstetric Medicine
246
Drs KSlliker and Pelilcan on the Effects of Upas Antiar
266
Or Wm A Hammond on the Effects of Injecting Ureac into the Blood
267
Dr Harley on the Histology of the SupraRenal Capsules
268
Dr Marty on the Function of the Thyroid Body
269
Dr Marcet on the Immediate Principles of Human Excrements in Disease
270
Mr Savory on the Effect upon the Mother of Poisoning the Foetus
271
Dr Oldham on Hernia of the Ovary and Periodical Enlargement of this Organ
273
Dr Marcet on the Immediate Principles of Human Excrements in Health
274
Report on Materia Medica and Tfterapeutics AT PAUH 1 Mr James Farrall on Transfusion of Blood in the Horse in Adynamic Diseases
276
Mr Field Drt Fuller and Harley on Nitrate of the Oxyde of Glyoyl Nitro Qlyoerine or Glonoin
278
Dr Garrod on the Influence of Liquor Potasste c on the Therapeutic Properties of Henbane Belladonna Stramonium
284
Dr Bryan on Cannabis Indioa as a Diuretic
285
Dr W A Hammond on the Physiological Effects of Alcohol and Tobaoco
286
rs Behrend and Sieber on the Medicinal Use of Sugar
287
Drt Kolliker and Pelikan on the Tanghiuia Venenifera
288
Berths on Pepsine Lozenges
291
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The Effects of Ague and Quinine as seen
17
The dangers of the Jewish Rite of Circumcision Dr William Mackenzie 35
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IS On the Advantage of Large Doses of Quinine
46
A Peculiar Case of Leukhemia Dr N Friedrich
51
Remarks on Seventy Cases of Hypertrophy
52
On the Incubation of Measles Dr Kerschenmeister 65
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On Diphtheria as caused by the Oidium Albi
61
A needle implanted in the Cardiac Septum
62
On the Painless Extirpation of Cancerous
70
of the Heart Dr Van der Byl 86
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d Concerning the Alimentary System
110
On some forms of disease arising from Dis
116
On the Treatment of InGrowing ToeNail Mr James Lon9
119
On the differential diagnosis of Ascites
120
On the treatment of Diabetes by sugar Dr William Budd 127
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Caratc a nonclassified Skin Disease Dr G Van Arcken 182
134
General Questions in Surgery
136
c Concerning Fractures and Dislocations
142
e Concerning Operations
148
Electricity as an Anaesthetic in Toothdraw
155
An analysis of 61 cases of Ovariotomy
160
On the abuse of mercury in Ophthalmic Affec
161
A new Speculum Vaginae
170
A case of premature Puberty
171
On Bleeding from the Ranine Veins in Affec
177
Case of Gastrotomy for Cancer of the Oeso
186
Case of Ligature of the Common Iliac Artery Dr W H Van Burin 103
194
A Statistical Report of 46 Operations
200
Bracket 240
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Dr White 241
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Mr T S Wells 243
243
Mr J Baker Brown 244
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Dr G Simon 245
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Mr R B Smart 240
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Malaroid Remittent Fever in Children Dr C H Jones 173 On Vesicular Emphysema of the Lungs in early Childhood Dr G Hewitt 174 On the Dystrop...
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REPORTS ON THE PROGRESS OF THE MEDICAL SCIENCES
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Report on Medicine 1 Dr Martin Paines Institutes of Medicine 257
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Dr Garrod on Gout 261
261
Dr Roberts on Wasting Palsy 263
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Dr Hillairet on Cerebellar Hemorrhage 265
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Dr E BrownSfquard on the Physiology and Pathology of Central Nervous System 267
267
Dr E BrownScquard on Epilepsy 276
276
Drs Kussmaul and Tenner on Epilepsy 280
280
Dr Radcliffe on Epilepsy 282
282
Dr Peacock on Malformation of the Human Heart 283
283
Dr Basham on Morbus Brightii c 285
285
Dr Camplin on Diabetes and its successful Treatment 288
288
Dr Silvester on the Physiological Method of restoring drowned Persons c 292
292
Dr Dun9lisons Dictionary of Medical Science 295
295
Dr Semple on Cough 296
296
Report on Sur9ery 1 Mr Teale on Amputation by a long and a short rectangular Flap 299
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Mr France on Ophthalmostasis c
302
LINDSAY AND BLAKISTON
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Página 207 - If the fingers of the injured limb can be placed by the patient or by the surgeon upon the sound shoulder, while the elbow touches the thorax, there can be no dislocation; and if this cannot be done, there must be a dislocation. In other words, it is physically impossible to bring the elbow in contact with the sternum or front of the thorax if there be a dislocation; and the inability to do this is proof positive of the. existence of dislocation, inasmuch as no other injury of the shoulder-joint...
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Página 230 - The injuries of the first division, in which the parts do not communicate externally, seldom inflame, while those of the second commonly both inflame, and suppurate.
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