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POTTER on the results of amputation, ii. 905.
POUTEAU recommends emetics in hospital

gangrene, i. 97; on the application of
caustic and the actual cautery in car-
buncle, i, 139 ; on the arrest of hæmor-
rhage by nature, i. 297 ; objection to
dressing the wound, after the operation

for rectal fistula, i. 731.
POWELL’s, Dr., case of a hydrophobic patient

biting another person, i. 369.
POWELL's case of rupture of the womb not

fatal, i. 484.
Pravaz on the reduction of congenital dis-

location of the femur, i. 803; case of suc-
cessful reduction, i. 804 ; on acupuncture

of the aneurismal sac, and the application
· of galvanism, ii. 228.
PREISS on the exhibition of purgatives in

strangulated hernia, ii. 32; on the opera-
tion of dilating the abdominal ring, the

hernial sac being unopened, ii. 43.
PRING's case of operation for artificial anus

at the lower end of the colon, ii. 329.
PROCHASKA's case of sympathetic abscess of

the brain, with irritation and suppuration

of the dura mater, i. 402.
PROLAPSES :- definition, ii. 102; causes, ii.

103; prolapse of the womb, ii. 103; va-
rieties and complications, ii. 103; Sabatier
and Blundell on prolapse of, ii. 103 ;
symptoms of incomplete prolapse, ii. 104; |
Blundell on relaxation and incomplete
prolapse, ii. 104 ; Ramsbotham on the ob-
struction to the passage of the urine in
prolapse of, ii. 104 ; South on the irrita-
tion of the rectum in prolapse of, ii. 105; 1
complete prolapse, symptoms and results, |
ii. 105; Blundell on the size of the pro-
lapsed womb and vagina, ii. 105; Cru-
veilbier and South on the contents of the
sac formed by the prolapsed vagina, ii.
105; Clarke on the length of time during
which the prolapse is forming, ii. 106;
Cruveilhier on incontinence of urine in
prolapse of the womb, ii, 106 ; Clarke on
the size and shape of the prolapsed organ,
ii. 106; Cruveilhier on the altered form
and direction of the os uteri in prolapse
of that organ, ii. 106; Cruveilhier and
Cloquet on the elongation of the womb in
cases of prolapse, ii. 106; Ramsbotham
on the general symptoms of prolapse and
procidentia, ii. 106; Clarke or the con-
secutive ulceration of the vagina, ii. 106;
Cloquet and Cruveilhier on the existence
of calculi in the displaced bladder conse-
quent on prolapsus uteri, ii. 106; Cru-
veilhier and Cloquet on consecutive dis-
placement of the rectum, ii. 107; causes
of prolapsus uteri, ii. 107; Blundell and
Ramsbotham on the causes of prolapse, ii.
107; Elliotson, S. Cooper, and Rams-
botham's cases of prolapse of the womb in
virgins, ii. 107; Ullsamer on endemic

prolapse of the womb from the use of the
labour-chair, ii. 108; Clarke's case of pro-
cidentia uteri, with separation of the
bones of the pelvis, ii. 108; prognosis, ii.
108; treatment, ii. 108; mode of reducing
the prolapse, ii. 108; Ruysch and Sabatier
on the reduction of the prolapsed and
ulcerated womb, ii. 109; Sabatier on the
treatment of the prolapsed pregnant
womb, ii. 109; after-treatment, ii. 109;
Clarke on the after-treatment of proci-
dentia uteri, ii. 109; Clarke on the appli-
cation of injections, ii. 110; Clarke on the
treatment of the ulcerated vagina, ii, 110;
Clarke's objections to sponge as a pessary,
ii. 110; use of pessaries, ii. 110; the oval
pessary and its application, ii. 110;
Clarke's pessary, ii, 111; inconvenience
of pessaries, ii. 111; Hull's utero-abdo
minal supporter, ii. 11l; King's bandage,
ii. 112; Phillips' case of prolapse treated
by cauterization of the parietes of the va-
gina, ii. 112; Clarke on the corrosion of
pessaries in the passage, and on the de
posit of calculous matter on them, ii. 112;
Hall, Ireland, Velpean, and Bérard's
operation for prolapse. ii. 112; Dieffen-
bach and Lawrie on the use of the actual
cautery in prolapse, ii. 113: Ker's case
of procidentia treated with the secale cor
nutum, ii. 113; Bellini's operation, ii.
113; Fricke's operation of episioraphy, ii.
114; Gedding's cases in which episio-
raphy was performed, ii. 114; symptoms
sometimes following the reduction of an
old prolapse, ii. 115; removal of the pro-
lapsed organ when scirrhous, by the
ligature or by incision, ii, 115; introduc-
tion of the catheter in cases of prolapse, ii.
115; Recamier, Marjolin, Cruveilhier,
and Langenbeck on excision of the pro
lapsed scirrhous womb, ii. 115 ; prolapse
of the womb with inversion, ii. 115; defi-
nition, ii. 115; varieties, ii. 116; Crosse
on the characters of the respective va-
rieties, ii. 116; Crosse on the successive
steps of the inverting process, ii. 116;
Crosse on the concavity formed in all
cases of inversion, ii. 117; causes, ii.
117; Hachmann on spontaneous inver-
sion from spasm, i. 117; Clarke and
Crosse on polypus of the fundus uteri as
a cause of inversion, ii. 117; Crosse on
coagulated blood, hydatids and moles in
the womb as causes of inversion, ii. 118;
symptoms of the quickly-formed inver-
sion, ii. 118; Dailliez on strangulation of
intestine in the concavity formed by the
inverted womb, ii. 118; Clarke on the
character of the discharge in inverted
uterus, ii. 119; diagnosis of in version
from prolapse, ii, 119; reduction of the
inverted womb, ii. 119; after-treatment,
ii. 119; treatment when the reduction

cannot be effected, ii. 119; when the pla prolapse, ii, 133; Klein and Schwarz on
centa is attached to the inverted organ, ii. the treatment of prolapse, ii. 133; Brodie
120 ; in chronic inversion, ii. 120 ; Clarke on the treatment of prolapsed rectum with
on the treatment of chronic inversion, ii. | piles in the adult, ii. 134; Dupuytren's
120; Clarke on the treatment of recent operation for long-standing prolapse, ii.
inversion, ii. 120; Clarke on the diag 134; Phillips on the application of the
Dosis between chronic inversion and poly actual cautery in treating prolapse, i.
pas uteri, ii. 120; treatment when the re 134; Hey on the cause of the difficulty in
daction of the inverted organ is impos reducing the bowel in old prolapses, ii.
sible, ii. 120 ; removal of the inverted 134; Hey's operation, ii. 134 ; Velpeau's
womb, if affected with cancer or other de modification, ii. 135; Copeland's ope-
generation, ii. 120; Clarke on the treat ration, ii. 135; M Cormac on careful
ment of the inverted womb, complicated traction of the skin in prolapse of the rec-
with procidentia, ii. 121; Clarke, Cheva tum, ii. 136; changes that take place in
lier, Blundell, Dr. J. Clarke, and Dr. | old prolapses, ii. 136 ; extirpation of the
Symonds' cases of removal of the inverted degenerated parts, ii. 136; Salmon's ope-
Fomb by ligature, ii. 121; prolapse of the ration, ii. 136; application of the actual
vagina, ii. 122; definition and varieties, cautery in irreducible prolapse, ii. 136 ;
ii. 122: Clarke and Jobn Burns on pro Ansiaux and Dupuytren on the actual
lapse of the vagina, ii. 122 ; characters of cautery in irreducible prolapse, ii. 136;
complete prolapse, ii. 122; of imperfect prolapse of an epsheathed upper intestine,
prolapse, ii. 122; diagnosis between pro ii. 137; Bushe on relaxation of the anus,
lapse of the vagina and of the womb, ii. ii. 137; causes, signs, and results, ii. 137;
122 ; Clarke and Blundell on the symp Bushe on relaxation of the rectum with
toms of prolapse of the vagina, ii. 122; invagination of the mucous membrane, ii.
predisposing and occasional causes, i. 137 ; causes, symptoms, and treatment, ii.
123; Clarke on the causes and symptoms 137 ; Somme's case, ii. 137; Salmon on
of posterior prolapse of the vagina, ii. the incautious use of enemata a cause of
123; reduction of the prolapse, ii. 123; relaxed rectum, ii. 138.
Clarke on the treatment of posterior pro- Prostate, retention of urine from inflam-
lapse, ii. 123: after-treatment, ii. 124; mation of, ii. 419; suppuration and ab-
prolapse of the bladder, ii. 124; symp- scess of, ii. 419; swelling of, from vari-
toms, fi. 124; diagnosis between prolapse cose veins, ii, 421; induration of, ii, 421;
of the bladder and of the womb, ii. 125; chronic enlargement of, ii. 422; retention
treatment, ii. 125 ; South's case of pro of urine from, ii. 424; stones in the, ii.
lapse of the bladder relieved by opera- 633.
tion, ji, 126; Lightfoot's case in which PROUT, Dr., on the origin of oxalic acid in
he performed the operation of episio | the urine, ii. 519; on lithic or uric acid
raphy, ii. 129; prolapse of the rectum, sediments, ii. 528; characters of yellow
ii. 129; three forms of prolapse of the sediments, ii. 528; of red or lateritious
rectum, ii. 130; Copeland on prolapse sediments, ii. 528; of piuk sediments, ii.
of the internal membrane of the rectum, 528; white lithate or urate of soda sedi-
ü, 130; Syme on prolapsus ani, ii. ment, ii. 529; characters and accompany-
130; Bushe describes two forms of pro ing symptoms of the phosphatic sedi-
lapsed rectum, ii. 130; Bérard jun.'s ments, ii. 529; causes, ii. 530; oxalate of
case of invagination of the rectum lime sediment, ii. 530; characters of the
through the anus, ij. 130; characters of urine in cystic oxide calculus, ii. 530;
prolapse of the internal coat of the rectum, characters and symptoms of crystallized
ji 130; of prolapse of all the coats, ii. uric acid gravel, ii. 531; on the crystal-
131; symptoms, ii. 131; Bushe on the lized phosphatic gravel, ii, 532; on the
characters of prolapse, ii. 131; Syme on rarity of crystallized oxalate of lime
the characters of prolapsus ani, ii. 131 ; gravel, ii, 532; on the treatment of a fit
Copeland, Syme, and Bushe on the diag of the gravel, ii, 535; of cystic oxide
nosis between prolapsed rectum and gravel, ii. 537; of the oxalate of lime
bæmorrhoids, and intus-susception, ii. diathesis, ii. 537; of the phosphatic dia-
131; causes, ü. 132; Bushe on the thesis, ii. 538; on the formation of uric
changes in the mucous membrane of the acid calculi in the kidneys, ii. 540; on
rectum in old prolapses, ii. 132 ; treat renal calculi of oxalate of lime, ii. 540;
ment, ii. 132; reduction of the prolapse, on renal calculi of cystic oxide, ii. 541 ;
ii. 132; Brodie and South on the treat on the rarity of phosphatic renal calculi,
ment of prolapse in children, ii. 132; 1 ii. 541 ; on the treatment of nephritis
Dupuytren objects to scarifications or complicating renal calculi, ii. 542; on
leeches in treating prolapse of the rectum, the spontaneous breaking up of calculi in
ii. 133; prevention of the return of the the bladder, ii. 548; on the symptoms of
vesical calculus, ii. 550 ; on the use of RAMEL's case of displacement of the heart,
stone solvents, ii. 554.

ii. 96.
Psoitis. See Inflammation of the Lumbar RAMSBOTHAM, Dr., on the obstruction to the

passage of the urine in prolapse of the
Psoas abscess, i. 185.

womb, ii. 104; on the general symptoms of
Psora, i. 634.

prolapse and procidentia, ii. 106; on the
Pudic, common, ligature of, ii. 258.

causes of the prolapse, ii. 107; cases of
Punctured wounds, i. 331. See Wounds. prolapse in a virgin, ii. 108.
Pus, the secretion of, i. 34 ; resorption of, i. RAMSDEN's case of lumbar abscess, i. 187;

36; Vogel and Bonnet on the effects of, of fatal contraction and ulceration of the
i. 36 ; qualities of pure good pus, i. 38; intestine, after strangulation, ii. 49; of
formation of, i. 39; Travers on the pur ligature of the subclavian above the cla-
poses which the formation of pus serves vicle, ii. 243.
in the economy, i. 39; Hunter on the RANBY on immediate amputation in gun-
qualities of pus and the pus globules, i. ' shot wounds, i. 345.
39; Hunter and Gulliver on the putre- | Ranula, ii. 404.
faction of pus, i, 39 ; Senac on the globu- Rau's mode of operating for stone, ii. 578.
lar structure of, i. 39; Gueterbock on the RAVATON's slippers for rupture of the tendo
composition and chemical analysis of, i. ! Achillis, i. 494.
40; composition of the serum of, i. 40: | Ravin on increased pressure and the supine
fatty vesicles discovered by Henle in the posture in the radical cure for hernia, ii.
serum of, i. 40; Gueterbock's discovery 23.
of pyine, i. 40 ; characters of pus globules, RAYER on erysipelas, i. 100; opinion that
i 40; Mandt on the pus globules, i. 40;l carbuncle occurs most frequently in spring
discovery of the difference in size of the and summer, i, 137; on incisions in car-
pus globules by Gueterbock, i.41; Mayo buncle, i. 138.
describes the occasional occurrence of pus RAYNAUD's operation for varicocele, ii. 297.
globules in healthy blood, i. 41; denied RECAMIER on the excision of the prolapsed
by Gulliver, i. 41; Gerber's account of and scirrhous womb, i. 115; fatal opera-
the formation of pus, and of the re tion for ovarian dropsy, ii. 488; on com-
productive organization in suppurating pression in scirrhus, ii. 770; operation
wounds, i. 41; Travers on the constitu when the neck of the womb is softened or
tion of pus, i. 42; varieties of, i. 43; dis destroyed, ü. 822; cases of removal of
tinguishing characters of laudable pus, the womb by ligature, ii. 824 ; on extir-
and ichor or sanies, i. 43; the presence pation of the womb, ii. 827.
of globules in the serum proved by Bauer, Rectal fistula, i. 726.
Faraday, and Mandt, i. 43 ; characters of - - rupture, ii. 91.
the albumen in pus, i. 44 ; Grassmeyer Recto-urethral fistula, i. 747.
and Fischer on the distinguishing tests - -vaginal , i. 760.
for pus and mucus, i. 44; Gruithuisen's - -vesical - , i. 747.
microscopic tests for pus and macus, i. Rectum, prolapse of, ii. 129; stricture of, ii.
44; Gerber's description of ichor, puri 324; foreign bodies in the, ii. 392 ; poly-
form mucus, and serous exudation, i. 44; pus of, ii. 754.
pus cannot be produced without inflam- REGAL DE GAILLAC on extirpation of bron-

mation, i. 44; diathesis purulenta, i. 45. chocele by subcutaneous ligature, ii. 664.
Pustule, malignant. See Mortification REGNAULT'S case of re-union of divided
Puthod's mode of amputating at the hip-| parts, ii. 835.

joint with the flap-cut with a single flap, REGNOLI's operation for the extirpation of
ii. 935.

the tongue, ii. 779.

REINHARDT on the mode of reducing dislo-
QUASSOUD on mortification from spurred cations of the thumb from the metacarpal
rye, i. 61.

bone, i. 795.
QUESNAY's opinion relative to the formation REISINGER'S apparatas for ligaturing com-

of pus, i. 35, ou the more general appli plete rectal fistulæ, i. 733; mode of apply-
cation of the trephine, i. 413; on the ing the apparatus, i. 733.
stanching the bleeding in wound of the Renal calculi, ii. 539.
intercostal artery, i. 448.

Renaud's apparatus for simultaneous frac-
Quinsy. See Inflammation of the Tonsils. ture of both clavicles, i. 551.

RENNERTH on the exhibition of purgatives,
Radial artery, ligature of, ii. 253.

&c., in strangulated hernia, ii. 32.
Radius, fracture of, i. 557; dislocation of, i. RENUCCI on the existence of the acarus

scabiei, i. 636.
RAINEY on a peculiar degeneration of the REYBARD's canula useless in wounds of the

cartilage in disease of the knee, i. 273. intercostal artery, i, 447 ; plan for stanch-
ing bleeding from the intercostal artery, ranula in children with lunar caustic, ii.
i. 447; mode of practice in wounded in 407; mode of amputating by the circular
testine, i. 465; modification of Dupuy incision, ii. 891.

tren's operation for artificial anus, i. 723. RICORD on acute urethritis in the female, i.
RETNAUD on the treatment of buboes, i. 659. 159 ; on utero-vaginal gonorrhea, i. 159;
Resolution, a result of inflammation, i. 31; regards ovaritis as a complication of

signs of resolution, i. 31; distinguished gonorrhea, i. 159; on abscesses compli-
from the recession of inflammation, i. cating gonorrhea, i. 160; experiments on
31; Dr. J. H. Bennett on the process of the identity of gonorrhea and syphilis, i.
resolution, i. 31; Schönlein and Zimmer 162, 165; inferences from the results of
mann on the elimination of the molecu the inoculation of gonorrheal matter, i.
lar, fibrin, i. 32; resolution, an ordinary 165; opinion that gonorrhea is unattended
termination of orchitis, i. 179.

by ulceration controverted, i. 166; on the
Rheumatism, gonorrheal, i. 217.

examination of public prostitutes, i. 167;
Rhinoplasty, i. 833.

treatment of gonorrhea by the direct ap-
RIADORE's case of excision of part of the plication of nitrate of silver, i, 170; on
hand, ii. 965.

the remedies for chordee, i. 170 ; on the
RIBES cases of phlebitis, i. 79; on the in arrest of hæmorrhage from the urethra, i.
ternal opening of rectal fistula, i. 726; on 170; on the treatment of gonorrhea in
the application of the taxis in strangulated women, i. 171; treatment of severe cases
hernia, ii. 32.

by the introduction of a plug of lint
RIBIERI on local anodyne applications in dipped in some emollient narcotic liquid,
strangulated hernia, ii. 32.

i. 172; treatment of obstinate cases by
Ribs, fracture of, i. 546; dislocation of, and of filling the vagina with dry lint, i. 172;

their cartilages,i.776; resection of, ii. 1005. ulcerations and papulous granulations to
RICHERAND on the treatment of ingrowing of be cauterized, i. 172; on ulcerations of

the nail, i. 199; of fractured clavicle, i.551; the mucous membrane of the womb, i.
of fracture of the neck of the humerus, i. 172; vegetations in the interior of the
554; of the neck of the femur, i. 570; on urethra to be destroyed by incision or
the primitive direction of dislocation of cauterization, i. 172 ; on gonorrhea in the
the humerus, i. 782 ; on purcturing the female urethra, i. 172 ; on inoculation
distended intestine, after the operation with gonorrheal matter to cure gleet, i.
for strangulated hernia, ii. 39 ; on the oc 174; on the treatment of balanitis, i. 176;
currence of aneurism in dissecting-room on syphilitic swelling of the testicle, i.
servants, ii. 202; on the application of 178; describes it as syphilitic sarcocele, i.
pounded ice to aneurisms, ii. 207; on 178; on the period at which chancres
compression in the treatment of aneurism, appear after infection, i. 642; on inocula-
ii. 210; on the respective origins of be tion for the purpose of distinguishing
nignant and malignant nasal polypi, ii. syphilitic sores, whether primary or se-
731 ; objections to the upper flap in par condary, i. 644; on the seven kinds of
tial amputation of the foot, ii. 948.

buboes, i. 645 ; on the existence of sy.
RICHon on the treatment of gonorrhea, i.175. philitic buboes without primary sore, i.
RICHTER on the extirpation of the tonsils 647; on the non-infectious character of

by cutting, i. 145; on dry whitlow, i. the pus from a secondary syphilitic sore,
194; on the lengthening of the limb in i, 649; on the causes of the varied appear-
hip-disease, i. 257 ; on the resection of the ances of chancre or primary syphilitic
carious head of the femur in hip disease, sore, i. 653; on the destruction of the
i. 270 ; only employs trepanding in inju ulcer by the nitrate of silver, i. 655; on
ries of the head when secondary symp the treatment of buboes, i. 659; on iodine
toms of irritation and pressure require it, in gonorrhea and bubo, i. 669; on the
i. 412; gutter-shaped piece of card-board possibility of infection from secondary
useless in wounds of an intercostal artery, syphilis, í. 675; on urethroplasty, i. 742;
i. 447; bandage for fractured clavicle, i. on the application of the ligature in the
551 ; on the treatment of salivary fistula, treatment of varix, ii. 291.
i. 713; objections to the use of the cathe- RIETGEN on the mode of performing the
ter in urethral fistula, i. 745; on the re- Cæsarian operation, ii. 443.
duction en masse, ii. 16; on increased Rigby, Dr., on puerperal abscess, following
pressure and the supine posture for the contagious or adynamic puerperal fever,
radical cure of hernia, ii. 23 ; on the i. 47; on wounds of the uterus, as predis-
radical cure by incision and scarifications posing to rupture in subsequent labours,
of the sac. ii. 24; on dilatation of the i. 484 ; on retroversion of the womb in
strieture in strangulated hernia, without the unimpregnated state, ii. 139; on exa-
cutting, ii. 38; case of yielding of the mination by the vagina and rectum, and
abdominal parietes, ii. 85;. cauterizes by the uterine sound, in retroflexion of
the womb, ii. 141; on the symptoms of 604; plan for bringing the edges of the
retroversion, ii. 142; on the mechanical cleft together, i. 604; operation when the
support to the womb requisite after the cleft is very large and complicated, i.
reduction of the retroversion, ii. 145; on 606; fatal case from pneumonia, i. 607;
the circumstances authorizing the Cæsar on the operation for lacerated perineum,
ian operation, ii. 437; on the propriety of i. 611; on the application of the sutures,
not operating until after labour has com i. 611; case of artificial retention of fæces
menced, ii. 439.

after the operation, i. 612; on the suture
RITGEN on the application of the sutures in vesico-vaginal fistula, i. 755; cases of

in the operation for lacerated perineum, extirpation of the womb, ii. 828; on the
i, 611.

excision of joints, ii. 969 ; mode of ope-
RITTER's idea that boils depend on the re rating in excision of the wrist, ii. 976;
tention of the animal refuse, i. 135.

case of excision of the heads of metatarsal
ROBERTSON, Dr., on bronchocele as a variety bones, ii. 985; case of resection of the
of scrofula, ii. 656.

clavicle, ii. 1003 ; case of resection of a
ROBERTSON's case of ligature of the carotid, rib, on account of necrosis, ii. 1006.
ii. 233.

ROUYER on dislocation of the upper end of
ROBINSON, Dr., recommends the removal of the radius forwards, i. 791.

the acromion and glenoid cavity in am- Roy, De, on the making an artificial open-

putation at the shoulder-joint, ii. 960. ing in the cheek in the operation for
ROBINSON on the inhalation of ether prior salivary fistula, i, 713.

to the extraction of teeth, ii. 1008. RUDOLPHI on the causes of club-foot, ii.
ROBISON's, Dr., case of tetanus, i. 377.

Rochoux on hydrocele caused by gonorrhea, RUDTORFFER's plan to prevent re-union after
ii. 498.

the operation for united fingers and toes,
RODGERS', Dr., successful operation for the ii. 309.

establishment of a false joint in a case of ROETENICH'S apparatus for fracture of the
anchylosis, i. 248; mode of operating in lower jaw, i. 529.
exarticulation of the fore-arm at the Rühl's artificial leg, ii. 846; wooden leg,
elbow, ii. 962.

ii. 847.
RODRIQUES, Dr., on the effects of cupping- Rupture (hernia), ii. 1.
glasses in viper bites, i. 353.

RUSSELL on the appearances of white swell-
ROGERS' case of trepanning the spine, i. 538; ing on dissection, i. 275; on the treatment

on the treatment of branching aneurism, of scrofulous ulcers, i. 624.
ii. 275.

RUSSELL, Dr., confirms Celsus' observations
ROGNETTA on the treatment of vesico-va-

on the innocuous qualities of the poison
ginal fistula by compression with an of serpents, when introduced into the
elastic oval pessary, i. 752; on dislocation mouth, i. 354; on the symptoms produced
of the astragalus inwards, i. 810; on the by the bite of a cobra di capello, i, 357;
causes of splay-foot, ii. 186.

cases of fatal snake-bite, i, 358; on the
ROKITANSKY on internal strangulation, ii. treatment of snake bites in India, with

the Tanjore pill, i. 359; on the physical
ROONHUYSEN on the use of the suture in qualities of snake-poison, i. 359.
vesico-vaginal fistula, i. 753.

Rust's opinion that the so-called lymph-
Roots', Dr., case of human horns, ii. 670. I swelling is an extravasation of lymph, i.
ROSE on the duration of syphilis under the 48; on injecting boiling water into a cold

non-mercurial treatment, and on the sub abscess, i. 90; division of erysipelas into
sequent occurrence of secondary symp true and false, i. 99; on the application
toms, i. 671.

of moist warmth in vesicular erysipelas
Roser on dislocation of the thumb from the and its varieties, i. 106; on incisions in
metacarpal bone, i. 794 ; on the cause of pseudo-erysipelas, i, 108; explanation of
the difficulty experienced in reducing this the shortening of the affected limb in
dislocation, i. 795; on the mode of re hip-disease incorrect, i. 256; explanation
ducing this dislocation, i. 795.

of the lengthening of the limb, i. 257;
Rossi's mode of amputating at the knee objects to the use of issues in hip-disease,
with the flap-cut, ii. 943.

i. 265; on warm bathing in, i. 267; on
ROTHMUND on the treatment of umbilical the mercurial treatment in, i. 267; on

rupture occurring after birth, ii. 81. the general treatment of coxalgy, i. 267;
ROUSSEAU's mode of extirpating piles, ii. on the treatment of abscesses at the

hip, i. 269; advises their being opened
Roux on the introduction of a piece of by the actual cautery, i. 269, advises

bougie into an ossified artery after am passing a seton through the joint, i. 269;
putation, i. 304; on the removal of the explanation of wounds from the wind of
edges of the cleft in staphyloraphy, i. a ball, i, 339; case of simple dislocation

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