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1. Urinary Diseases and their Treatment. By ROBERT WILLIS, M.D.
2. On Granular Degeneration of the Kidneys, and its connexion with Dropsy, Inflam-
mation and other Diseases. By ROBERT CHRISTISON, M.D.
3. Traité des Maladies des Reins, et des Altèrations de la Sécrétion Urinaire, étudiées
en elles-memes et dans leurs Rapports avec les Maladies des Ureteres, de la Ves-
1. Morbid States in which the Urine contains, in solution or as precipitates, cer-
tain Principles which do not occur in the healthy Secretion ..
A. Discharge of Urine which contains the Lithic Oxyde-Lithoxiduria..
B. Of the Discharge of Urine which contains Cystine-Cystinuria..
c. Of the Discharge of Urine which contains the Purpuric Acid and its Salts
D. Of the Discharge of Urine containing a Salt of the Oxalic Acid-Oxaluria, 354
E. Of the Discharge of Urine containing the Elements of Urea in the shape of
F. Of the Discharge of Urine containing the Hydrocyanic & Ferrocyanic Acid 357
G. Of the Discharge of Urine containing Carbonate of Lime in solution or as
I. Of the Discharge of Urine of various abnormal and remarkable Colours..
K. Of the Discharge of Urine of various peculiar and abnormal Odours..
L. Of the Discharge of Urine containing Silica in solution or as a deposite 361
2. Morbid States in which certain Matters, being Constituents of the Blood, are
A. Of the Discharge of Urine, having the Albumen of the Blood mingled with
Recherches Anatomiques sur l'Emphyseme Pulmonaire. Par le Dr. LOMBARD
Anatomical Researches on Pulmonary Emphysema..
1. Anatomical Details regarding Pulmonary Emphysema
2. Theory of the Formation of Pulmonary Emphysema..
3. Explanation of the Symptoms of Pulmonary Emphysema by the Nature of the
4. Practical Consequences respecting the Treatment of Pulmonary Emphysema 403
An Exposition of Quackery and Imposture in Medicine, &c. By Dr. Ticknor. With
Outlines of Military Surgery. By Sir GEORGE BALLINGALL, M.D.
A Treatise on the Medical Jurisprudence of Insanity. By J. RAY, M.D.
An Essay on the most important Diseases of Women, By ROBERT FERGUSSON, MD.. 461
1. Elements of the Pathology of the Human Mind. By THOMAS MAYO, M.D...
1. Thoughts and Observations upon Pauperism, Poor-laws, Emigration, Medical Re-
lief, and the Prevention of Crime. By William Fergusson, M.D.
2. Stammering practically considered, with the Treatment in detail. By T. Bartlett,
5. Vital Statistics of Glasgow.
1. Statistics of Fever and Small-pox prior to 1837
6. Elements of Physiology, By J. Muller, M.D. Translated by William Baly, M. D. 517
7. Illustrations of Cutaneous Disease. A Series of Delineations of the Affections of
the Skin in their more interesting and frequent forms: with a practical Summary
of the Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment. By Robert Willis, M.D.
8. Illustrations of Osteology. By Theodore G. Boisragon, M.D.
12. The Surgeon's Vade Mecum, a handbook of the Principles and Practice of Surgery.
13. A general Outline of the Animal Kingdom. By Thomas Rymer Jones, F.Z.S.
14. Elements of Chemistry, including the recent Discoveries and Doctrines of the
15. The Quarantine Laws. Mr. Holroyd's Letter to Sir J. C. Hobhouse on the
5. Advantages of Royalty in Death-bed Scenes
17. A Letter to Dr. Chambers on several important Points relating to the Nature and
Treatment of Gout. By Sir Charles Scudamore, M.D...
18. Anatomie comparée du Système Nerveux consideré dans ses Rapports avec l'In-
6. Observations on the Efficacy of the Salts of Silver in the Treatment of Secondary
Syphilis. By William Johnston, M.D., and James Trudeau, M.D.
4. Mr. Cusack's mode of applying the Nitrate of Silver to Enlarged Amygdala 541
9. Shortening of the Neck of the Thigh Bone independently of Fracture, in Early or
in Middle Life. By George Gulliver, Esq.
10. Cases of Anomalous Aneurysm of the Aorta, resulting from Effusion of Blood
between the Laminæ composing the Middle Coat of that Vessel. By C. W.
11. Account of a Case of Dissecting Aneurysm, seen at an early stage. By Paul B.
MASSACHUSSETT'S GENERAL HOSPITAL.
3. Cases of Pneumo-thorax, and Experiments to determine the Causes of Metallic
1. Dislocation of the Humerus, reduced at the end of 21 days
2. Dislocation of the Head of the Radius, backwards, reduced
7. On Long-continued Contraction of the Lower Extremities, from an Affection of
5. Statistical Report of the Richmond Lunatic Asylum. By John Mollan, M D.
6. Twentieth Report of the Directors of the West Riding of York Pauper Lunatic
1. Dislocation of the Thigh Bone on the Dorsum Hii of 9 weeks' standing, reduced 572
2. Dislocation of the Thigh Bone on the Dorsum Ilii, of 6 weeks' standing, reduced 573
6. Extraordinary Operations for Hæmorrhoids in Edinburgh
9. Dundee Lunatic Asylum. Eighteenth Report of the Directors
10. Experience of Mr. Porter in Puncturing the Dura Mater after Trephining
11. Clinical Observations on the State of the Heart and on the Use of Wine in Typhous
2. Notice of the German Journal Zeitschrift fur die Gesammte Medicin; its contents 589
3. Extract from M. Gendrin's Lectures on Diseases of the Heart..
4. Opening between the Ventricles of the Heart in an adult, without any Symptoms
9. Treatment of Diptherite, or Croupy Inflammation of the Mouth
14. Cantharides proved to be a Contra-Stimulant or Antiphlogistic Remedy; its
depressing action on the Heart, &c.: its great utility in Inflammatory Diseases .. 603
15. Professors Oppenheim and Fricke on the Use of Iodine Injections in Hydrocele .. 605
16. On the Treatment of Hydrocele with Iodine Injections in the East Indies
17. Treatment of Prolapsus Uteri by Partial Suture of the Vulva
20. Poisoning by Arsenic successfully treated with the Tritoxide of Iron
21. Remarks on Paralysis of the Eyelids..
22. Cases of Glanders in the Human Subject-Discussion at the Royal Academy on.. 613
23. A Consultation of MM. Rayer, Orfila and Caffe on a Case of Milky Urine. Che-
mical examination of the Urine and Blood, practical Remarks
24. Utility of Iron (especially the loduret) in some Syphilitic Affections
7. Case of Extensive Aneurysm of the Thoracic Aorta. By Sir David T.H. Dickson, M.D. 631
7. Drs. Forbes and Conolly
6. Memorial of the Medical Officers serving on the Bengal Establishment to the Court
5. Report of the Medical and Surgical Society of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, on the Present
[No. 19 of a Decennial Series.]
OCTOBER 1, 1838, To JANUARY 1, 1839.
I. URINARY DISEASES AND THEIR TREATMENT. By Robert Willis, M.D., Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians, Physician to the Royal Infirmary for Children, &c.
II. TRAITÉ DES MALADIES DES REINS, ÉTUDIÉES EN ELLE-MEMES ET DANS LEURS RAPPORTS AVEC LES MALADIES DES URETRES DE LA VESSIE, DE LA PROSTATE, DE L'URETRE. Par P. Rayer, Médecin de l'Hôpital de la Charité, Paris, 1837-38.
Our readers are aware that at different times we have brought the subject of diseases of the urinary organs before them. Those diseases are important, numerous, and common. They have grown into consequence with the growth of pathology, for this has shewn that complaints referred to other parts had their essential seat in these regions, and that the disorders of the latter were both an index and a result of general constitutional disturbance. This circumstance has contributed to separate these maladies from the confined class of local alterations, and has brought within the range of science what before was the prey of the ignorant and designing quack.
To be "a water-doctor" was formerly a subject of merriment. The astrologer the Katerfelto of the place was the man. In describing Sidrophel, Butler writes
"To whom all people, far and near,
But Sidrophel's occupation's gone. Syphilis, the "gravel," the stone, are no longer the no-man's land of physic, but have been investigated, and must henceforth be successfully cultivated, by men of high general attainments. Those attainments have to grapple with no trifling difficulties: for these complaints, perhaps more than any others in surgery, require keen analysis in their discrimination, and the exercise of judgment in their