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1. Urinary Diseases and their Treatment. By ROBERT WILLIS, M.D.
2. Traité des Maladies des Reins, étudiées en elles memes et dans leurs Rapports
avec les Maladies des Ureteres de la Vessie, de la Prostate, de l'Urethre.
1. Functional Derangements of the Kidneys and their immediate Consequences
A. Morbid States in which the Secreting Faculty of the Kidneys is exalted.
B. Morbid States in which the Secreting Faculty of the Kidneys is lessened or
c. Morbid States in which the Urine contains in excess Ingredients that occur
Statistical Report on the Sickness, Mortality, and Invaliding, among the Troops in the
Transactions of the Medical and Physical Society of Bombay, Vol. I. ..
1. Cases of Cardiac Disease and of Tubercular Phthisis occurring in the 2nd
Medico-Chirurgical Transactions, Vol. XXI.
1. Note on the comparative prevalence of Calculous Diseases, &c. By Mr.
8. Facts and Inferences relative to the Condition of the Vital Organs and Viscera
in general, as to their Condition in certain Chronic Diseases. By JOHN
2. History of a Female who has four Mammæ and Nipples By ROBERT LEE, M D.
4. History of a Case of Popliteal Aneurysm. By SAMUEL HADWEN, Esq...
6. On Necrosis; being an Experimental Inquiry into the Agency ascribed to the
7. On the proportions of Animal and Farthy Matter in the different Bones of the
Human Body. By G. O. REES, M.D.
9. On Increased Thickness of the Parietes of one of the Ventricles of the Heart,
with Diminution of its Cavity. By G. BUDD, M.B.
10. On Aneurysm of the Heart, with Cases. By JOHN THURNAM, Esq.
Report of the Malignant Fever called the "Pali Plague," which has prevailed in some
An Experimental Essay on the Relative Physiological and Medicinal Properties of
Iodine and its Compounds. By CHARLES COGSWELL, M.D...
A Treatise on Inflammation. By JAMES MACArtney, M.D.
Third Fasciculus of Anatomical Drawings, selected from the Collection of Morbid
Anatomy in the Army Medical Museum at Chatham. Drawn by WATER-
Practical Remarks on the Diseases of the Skin, on the External Signs of Disorder, and
on the Constitutional Peculiarities during Infancy and Childhood. By
1. On the Successful Treatment of Consumptive Disorders, and Female Complaints
connected therewith; on Scrofulous Diseases, &c. By J. J. Furnival, M.D. 157
2. On the Improvement of Medicine. By Theophilus Thompson, M.D.
3. On the Causes of Epidemic Fever in the Metropolis, especially among the labouring
5. The Medical Annual or British Medical Almanack, 1839. Edited by William Farr 164
6. An Account of some New Instruments for Tying Polypi of the Uterus, Nose and
Ear, and Enlarged Tonsils; with Cases. By William Beaumont, Esq.
7. A System of Practical Surgery, with numerous Explanatory Plates. By John
2. Chronic Hypertrophy of the Scalp
3. Linear Admeasurements for finding and securing the Femoral Artery
4. Diseases of the Bursa and Bunions
9. Manual of Descriptive and Pathological Anatomy. By J. F. Meckel
11. A Text Book of Human Anatomy, designed to facilitate the Study of that Science.
12. The Science of the Cerebro-spinal Phenomena attempted. By John S. Waugh, M.D. 174
16. A History of British Birds. By William Yarrell, F.L.S. Part IX...
17. A General Outline of the Animal Kingdom. By Thomas Rymer Jones, F.Z.S.
1. A Contribution to the Pathology of Congenital Deafness. By Edward Cock.. 177
2. On the Effect produced upon the Pulse by a Change of Posture. By William
B. Influence of the Period of the Day
c. Experiments with the Horizontal Board
3. Observations on Intus-susception as it occurs in Infants
4. Chemical Examination of the Liquor Amnii. By G. O. Rees, M.D..
6. Some Observations on the Cause of Strangulation in Hernia. By Mr. T. King 191
7. Cases and Observations on Medical Jurisprudence. By Alfred S. Taylor, Esq. 193
8. Observations on Abdominal Tumors and Intumescence. By R. Bright, M.D... 194
3. An Introductory Discourse on the Studies required for the Medical Profession. By
4. Clinical Observations on the Primary Treatment of Injuries, delivered at the New
5. Lectures on Lithotomy delivered at the New York Hospital. By A. H. Stevens,
1. Discussion at the Royal Academy on the Contagiousness of Plague and other Fevers 225
2. Discussion at the Royal Academy of Medicine on the Etiology of Club Feet
3. Physiological and Therapeutical Examination of Veratria. By Dr. Forche
4. Incontinence of Urine successfully treated with the Nux Vomica
5. On the Use of Chlorine Inhalation in Catarrh
16. On Foundling and Bastard Children in France and in other Countries of Europe.. 248
17. On the danger of being Buried Alive, and of the Means to ascertain Death ..
18. Poisoning by Arsenic-Exhumation of the Body, and Conviction of the Criminal
19. Case of Torticollis, or Wry-Neck, treated by Division of the Sterno-Mastoid Muscle 253
20. Fistula of the Corpus Spongiosum Urethræ treated by Suture..
21. Case of Hydatidic Goitre, or Hydrocele of the Neck, successfully treated by
22. Lipoma of large size in the Groin successfully extirpated..
B. Urinary Calculi in the Feinale mistaken for Diseased Uterus
24. On the Application of Raw Cotton to Erysipelatous Surfaces..
25. The Pellicle of an Fgg, an excellent Adhesive Application to Wounds
26. Diffuse Inflammation of the Scalp, in which a large extent of the Cranium exfo-
29. Case of Chronic Abscess in the Left Iliac Fossa, bursting into Intestine-Cure
30. On the most frequent Causes of Sudden Death. By M. Devergie
31. Delirium Tremens, History, and Treatment of, with Emetics.
32. On the State of Vaccination in various Countries of Europe; propriety of Re-
1. Researches on Suppuration. By George Gulliver, Esq.
2. On the Present State of the Laws of Lunacy. By a Barrister
3. Law of Lunacy. The Monthly Chronicle..
1. An Account of an Epidemic Cholera which prevailed in the District of Berchaven
2. A Case of Perfect Anchylosis of the Five Superior Cervical Vertebræ to each other,
3. Clinical Contributions from Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, for the Years
A. Sanguineous Congestion, or Inflammation of the Liver
B. Enlargement or other Organic Disease of the Liver
4. On the Best Means of Applying Pressure to the Uterus after Delivery