The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volume 12

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S. Highley, 1828 - Medicine

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Contents

On Diseases of the Female Mamma collected at St Georges and other Metropolitan Hospitals
126
Cases of Internal Strangulation La Charity
129
Dr Duncan on Empyema and PneumoThorax Royal Infirmary
131
B Remarkable Instance of erroneous Judgment lately given by M Portal in the Case of an English Gentleman
132
Various Cases of Empyema and PneumoThorax
133
Dissection of an Epileptic Patient Bicetre
136
Case of Empyema with Baron Larreys Operation Garde Royale
137
Dr Chambers on Pulmonary Abscess St GeorgesHospital
138
BroussaisHospital Report Vol it Grace
142
On Acute Bronchitis
143
On Pneumonia Acute
144
Chronic Bronchitis
145
Acute Duodenitis
147
Curious Species of Cerebral Hemorrhage Bicetre
148
Fatal Sickness from Pregnancy Hotel Dieu
149
Peculiar Disease False Aneurism of the Heart LaChariU 151
154
On Compression in Articular Inflammation Brussels Hospital
156
Martin on Endemic Medication Hotel Dieu
158
An Essay on Gymnastic Exercises Original and Compiled
159
Successful Ligature of the Subclavian Artery by Robert Thorpe Esq Manchester Infirmary
164
Curious Case of Morbid Sensibility of Half the Body 166
168
Stricture of the EsophagusCurious Error in the Report Hospital of Surgery
169
Remarkable Case of Hernia with the Dissection Bartholomews
170
Aneurysmal Pouch False Aneurism of the Heart St Thomass Hospital
174
Fatal Edema of the Gloltis Guys Hospital
175
Fracture and Depression of the First Dorsal Vertebra Guys Hos pital
176
Memoir on Organic Diseases of the Encephalon By M Rackem M D Hdpital de Volltra
178
Remarkable Disease of the Epiploon
184
kuartcrlg Jimscoje PART II
185
Case of Hypochondriasis cured by aq Ague
186
Case of Gangrene of the Feet from obstructed Aorta
187
Pericarditis and Hypertrophy of the Heart in a Child
188
Epidemic of Groningen
189
GastroCerebral Inflammation with Symptoms of Hydrophobia
191
Mr llifTs Case of Spontaneous Paraplegia with Remarks
192
Professor Schonlein on PneumoPhthisis Cyanotica
193
Fatal Case of Lithotomy
194
Essay on Extirpation of the Uterus general and partial by Professor Gustavus Hesse with many Cases
195
Diseases of the Nail
200
Case of Fracture of the Spine at Guys Hospital with Remarks
201
Paillard on Enlargement of the Upper Lip
202
Lambert on introducing Medicines by the Skin
203
Case of remarkable Nsevus Maternus by Mr Bennett
204
Dr Hares Formula for Denarcotised Laudanum
205
on Mr Bell
206
Mr Kinsley on Purpura Haemorrhagica
207
Case of Bronchotomy for the Liberation of a Grain of Corn
208
Expose of the various Experiments on Digestion by Messrs Tiede mann Gmelin Leuret and Lassaigne
209
Pythagoras Redivivus
213
The Instrument of Justice or Liberality of the Lancet in the Case of Mr Mayo of the Winchester Hospital
214
New Experiments on Section of the Pneumogastric Nerves made at the Veterinary School of Alfort By M Dupny
215
Pemphegoid Affection of the Spleen containing Matter capable ofpro ducingby Inoculation the same Disease of Spleen in other Animals
216
Remarkable Case of Catalepsy
217
On the Treatment of Erysipelas by Incisions
218
New Remedy Insufflation of Air for Asthma
220
Case of Luxation of the Cervical Verebrae 222
221
Perforation of the Intestinum Ileum
225
Gangrene of the Lungs
226
Signs of the Times or Epidemics of the DayVenesectionDissec tionInspection
227
Phlebitis
231
Duration of Pregnancy
232
The Royal College op Physicians Petition or Remonstrance presented to the College 83 years ago signed by 14 eminent Physicianssome of them still l...
233
Discussion on Medical Education
237
On the Dissensions in the University of Edinburgh
239
Will Greek and Algebra cure Diseases?
241
IV Late Regulations of the Apothecaries Company with Remarks
242
LunacyInsanityUnsound Mind Dr Haslam examined
243
Observations on Lunatic Asyla
246
MedicoChirurgical SocietyMendacity of the Lancet
247
College of Physicians versus Dr Harrison
248
PRIZEHOSPITAL REPORT No V
249
Epilepsy from Onanism
250
Sloughing Venereal Sores
251
Extirpation of a Fungoid Tumour
253
Fungoid Disease of the Hip
254
7 Dislocation of the Radius forwards
255
Protrusion of the Fundus of the Bladder i
256
Fatal Case of Cut Throat
257
Various Cases of Hernia
258
Fatal Case of Bronchitis
260
Lithotomy
261
Wound of the Brachial Vein c
262
IcthiosisWound of Brachial Vein
263
Compound Fracture of the Tibia and Fibula
264
Case of Poisoning
265
Fungus of the Brain
266
Dr Mackintoshs Strictures on Cullens Doctrines as taught in the Edin burgh Univensity
273
Postscript to No XV
281
INTELLIGENCE
283
Dr Cheyne on Malingering
309
Dr Bright on Dropsical Effusion From Liver Disease
313
Mr Lawrence on Dislocations of the Vertehrae
320
Mr Salmon o nStricture of the Rectum
325
Dr Haslam on the Intellectual composition of Man
405
Mr Annesley on the Diseases of India
409
Koecker on Diseases of the Jaws
425
Laennec an Angina Pectoris
428
Division of Study and Practice in Medicine and Surgery
433
Practice of Medicine and Surgery
434
On a peculiar Species of Traumatic Delirium hy M Dupuytren
435
Fractures of the Cervix Femoris within the Capsule
437
Moral and Pathological Effects of Gamhling
438
On the Nature and Treatment of Traumatic Tetanus
439
Edinhurgh Medical and Surgical Journalits history
440
On the treatment of Caries of Bone hy Dr Nicol
441
London Medical Repositoryits origin and success
443
London Medical Gazetteohservations on this new Journal
444
Medical and Physical Journalits origin and success
446
Intelligence from ConstantinopleSecrets of the Seraglio
447
Dr Elliotson on Chronic Affections of the Brain
448
Slate of the Pupil in deep Intoxication St Georges Hospital
449
Anomalous Edematous Swelling of the LegMiddlesex Hospital
450
Abscess between the Bladder and Pubes St Thomass
451
Fracture of the 4th and 5th Cervical Vertebrae Bartholomews
452
Laceration of the Urethra c Guys
453
FatalDisease of the Brain mistaken for Stomach Disorder
454
Thames Water
455
Liberty of the Press more Lawsuits
456
An Essay on Delirum Tremens by Dr Coates
457
Hydatids of the Liver cured by an operation Hotel Dieu Paris
459
Dupuytren on Stricture of the Lacrymal Duct ib
460
On Amputation in Hospital and on the Field of Battle ib
461
Hellis on the Effects of Fear Hdlel Dieu Rouen
462
Dr Cazenave on Urticaria Intermittens Hupital St Louis
464
Case of Fractured Ribs Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
465
History of AneurismMr Wardrops operations
467
Dr Lee on Arm and Shoulder Presentations
470
Dr Motts Ligature of the Common Iliac Artery
472
Disease of the Heartdissection Coldstream Guards Hospital
474
Bleeding in Erysipelasfalse statements in the Lancet St Georges Hospital 52 Popliteal Aneurismflagrant misstatements in the Lancet ib
476
Secondary Haemorrhage with cases Middlesex Hospital
477
Fracture of the 7th Cervical Vertebra St Thomass Hospital
478
Malignant bleeding Polypus Bartholomews Hospital
479
Liberality and Illiberally 460
480
Discussion on Thoracic Diseases in the Med Chir Society
481
Foreign Bodies in Bodies Natural
483
Discussion on Delirium Tremens in the Westminster Society
484
Dr Abercrombie on a peculiar Disease of the Pericranium
485
Observations on Coup de Soleil by Mr Mitchell
486
Remarkable Disease of the Lungs by Dr Seymour
487
6 On the Staining of Bloodvessels by M Lacnnec
488
Dr Abercrombie on a peculiar Affection of the Cranium
489
Irish College of Physicians
490
Remarkahle disease of the Mucous Memhrane of the Bladder La Chariti
492
Peripneumony in Children Hupital des Enfans
493
Drs Graves and Stokes on Hepatic diseases Mcath Hospital
494
Drs Graves and Stokes on the Pathology of Fever ih
495
Dr Cullen on Bronchotomy Royal Infirmary Edinhurgh
496
Pulsating Tumours of the Scalp 1 Dr Maclachlans cases with commentaries Glasgow Infirmary
497
Mr Wardrops case with commentaries Panlou Square
499
Sciatica cured hy Moxa Bartholomews
501
Peculiar Affection of the Thigh St Georges 602
503
Duties of the Coroner
504
Drs Graves and Stokes on inflammation hy contiguity
505
Violent Ahdominal Contusion
506
Hufeland on Diseases of the Foetus in Utero a
507
Bony Tumour ohstructing the Pyloris
508
Extraordinary case of Paruria Erratica
509
Dr Clannyon the Pathology of the Blood in Typhus
510
Improved Mode of performing Tracheotomy
511
On Haematemesis and Melaena
512
Erysipelas treated hy Lancet Punctures
514
Latest Curriculum of the Royal College of Surgeons
515
Gangrenous Erysipelasamputationdeath Royal Infirmary Edinhurgh
517
Mr C Bell on the question of Amputation Middlesex Hospital 618
520
Injury of the HeadTrephining Bartholomews
521
Peculiar Affection of the Cranial Bones St Georges 622
524
Mr Lawrences Letter to Dr Johnson with Dr Johnsons reply
525
Prosecution of Mr Stanly
527
Lihel Macleod versus Wakley
528
Dr Bouillaud on Disease of the Biliary Ducts Hupital Cochin
529
Ophthalmia Porriginosa Liverpool Ophthalmic Infirm
531
Compound Fracture of the ThighMortification St Georges
533
Stultz on the Humoral Pathology Strashurgh Hospital
534
Boyer and Delpech on Pilimiction Hupital de Montpellier
535
Extirpation of a Sarcocele followed hy Tetanus Hasp General
537
On the Treatment of Burns hy Cotton Glasgow Infirmary
538
Mr Brodies case of Popliteal Aneurismfalsehoods of the Lancet
541
Potash and Opium in Traumatic Tetanus
542
Pathology in the Dissecting Room
543
On the Extract of Valerian in large doses
544
Discussion on Diahetes Mellitus
545
External Iliac Artery tied hy M Brodie with remarks
547
Influence of the Stomach on the Brain
572
Dr Thomas on Paraplegia 447
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