The Epitome: A Monthly Retrospect of American Practical Medicine and Surgery, Band 4

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W. A. Townsend., 1883
Containing a retrospective view of every discovery and practical improvement in the medical sciences, abstracted from the current medical journals of the United States and Canada.
 

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Chronic Chills Formula Atlanta Med Jour
57
Vomiting of Pregnancy SulphoCarb Sodi Louv Med Neros
58
Hematuria Malarial Quina Phenate Southern Pract
63
Mixed Chloroform Morphia Narcosis Med and Surg
69
Neck Broken Recovery
74
Pharyngitis Follicular GalvanoCautery Col and Clin Record
75
Antiseptic Surgery
80
Nursing and Beer Drinking
91
Goiter Fluoric Acid
96
Mesenteric Cysts and Tumors
102
Shortening of Round Ligaments
104
Cornea Serpignous Ulcer
112
Uterine Displacements
113
Endometritis Glycerole Tannin New Eng Med
122
Blindness Premature Delivery
124
Stomach Carcinoma StomachPump Medical Record
137
Small Doses frequently Medical Age
146
Polyuria due to Syphilis
151
Anæsthetics Medicolegal view Drug Cir and Gaz
152
Urine Gaseous
158
SmallPox to Prevent Pitting Medical Record
165
Poisoning by Gás Transfusion
169
Apoplexy
175
Catarrh Respiratory
185
Mal Del Pinto
186
Pharyngeal Tuberculosis Iodoform N Y Med Jour
192
Medicated Gelatine
197
SURGERY
203
Parasitic Diseases
206
Abscess Volkmanns Spoon
219
PyoNephrosis Medical Times
236
Varicose Ulcers Livigated Bismuth Medical
239
Excision of Primary Sores Can Pract
242
Otitis Media Purulenta Medical Brief
249
Rhus Poisoning Sassafras Medical Record
253
Perineorrhaphy and the Bowels Md Med Jour
265
Infantile Paralysis
271
Medical News
275
Experience of a Vegetarian
277
EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT
283
Theraputics of SeaBathing Ed in Medical Times
288
Head Injuries and Crime
289
Coryza Sulphate of Atropine
290
Dangerous Funeral Etiquette Science Neros
294
Croup and Diphtheria Medical Age
300
Cysts Echinococcus
304
Syphilitic Tonsils
306
Metorrhagia Neuralgic
309
Prophylaxis against Phthisis
313
Tobacco an Antidote for Strychnine Drug News
315
Wounds Gangrenous TriChlor Phenol Va Med Monthly
320
Hiccough Compression Medical Record
321
Chancroids lodoform
324
Laryngeal Phthisis Hydrastin
325
Aliminium in the Treatment of Phthisis Medical Record
327
Influences of Disease on the Size of the Heart Cin Lancet and Clinic
331
Clergymans Sore Throat Lobelia Viss Val Med
337
Gastrostomy Oesophagostomy
339
Metritis causing Dysmenorrhæa
342
Diabetes Mellitus Arsenite of Bromine Jour Amer Med Assn
343
Picric Acid Test for Albumen
347
Tendons Suturing
353
Pneumonia Malarial
358
Hepatic Abscess Trocar
383
Pulmonic Surgery
384
Polypi in Intestines
385
Syphilitic Contagion
391
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399
Erysipelas Trichlorphenol
403
PyoPneumothorax
406
DISEASES OF WOMEN
413
Mastitis
418
ThoracoPlastic Operation
420
Medicines to Disguise Taste
424
Flatulence
428
PRACTICAL MEDICINE
429
Anus Fissure Caution
431
Dydrocele
433
Transption of Dogs Muscle to Human
434
Sickness from Household Dirt
435
Tumors of Fourth Ventricle
443
Cricoid Cartilage Fracture
444
Intestinal Tonic
445
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446
Locomotor Ataxy Lesions of Teeth
452
Arthrotomy Antiseptic
453
Serpents and Insects Bites
454
Hysterical Spine
460
Tracheal Tampon
468
Dysentery Dr Rawles Treatment
470
Purpura Nature
473
Osteomalacia Phosphorns
474
Larynx Carbonic Acid
476
Dyspeptic Pills
479
Tubercle Miliary
480
Worms Cascara Sagrada
482
Tumor Hematic
490
Cancer of Stomach and Anæmia
501
Dislocation of Hip Capsular Incision Medical Times
504
Thoracic Fistula
508
Sclerosis of Spinal Cord
510
Lip Papillomata
516
HeartPuncture and HeartSuture
518
Gummata Bone
523
Earache Atropia and Chlor
525
Paralysis Agitans Cold
526
Chauffage in Venereal Disease
529
Syphilis Jodoform Hypodermics
530
Writers Cramp
536
Tetanus from Carious Tooth
542
MIDWIFERY
545
DISEASES OF WOMEN
551
Bronchitis Prof Posts Formula
555
Myxædema
558
Fellows
564
454
567
Book Notices
568
Asthma Huchards Formula Boston Jour Chem
570
Significance of Oxalates in the Urine Med and Surg
573
Hemorrhoids Internal Ligature Louv Med Nevos
574
Condylomata Hydrg and Acid Borac Medical Times
575
Hæmatinuria Recurrent
578
456
581
214
584
Wounding Transverse Sinus
585
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Seite 572 - IN EFFECT FROM ALL OTHERS, being pleasant to taste, acceptable to the stomach, and harmless under prolonged use. IT HAS SUSTAINED A HIGH REPUTATION in America and England for efficiency in the treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis, Chronic Bronchitis, and other affections of the respiratory organs, and is employed also in various nervous and debilitating diseas.es with success.
Seite 286 - ... With Engravings, 8vo, 8s. 6d. [1878] PHTHISIS : in a series of Clinical Studies, by AUSTIN FLINT, MD, Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine and of Clinical Medicine in the Bellevue Hospital Medical College.
Seite 143 - By JAMES NEVINS HYDE, AM, MD, Professor of Skin and Venereal Diseases, Rush Medical College, Chicago, etc., and FRANK H.
Seite 426 - The statute also provides that no person duly authorized to practice physic or surgery, shall be allowed to disclose any information which he may have acquired in attending any patient, in a professional character, and which information was necessary to enable him to prescribe for such patient as a physician, or to do any act for him as a surgeon.
Seite 572 - ITS ACTION IS PROMPT, stimulating the appetite and the digestion ; it promotes assimilation, and enters directly into the circulation with the food products. THE PRESCRIBED DOSE produces a feeling of buoyancy, removing depression or melancholy, and hence is of great value in the treatment of mental and nervous affections. From its exerting a double tonic effect and influencing a healthy flow of the secretions, its use is indicated in a wide range of diseases. Each Bottle of Fellows' Hypopliospliites...
Seite 199 - ... its own peculiar form ; urine, alkaline. 4. Every yellow crystal is uric acid if the urine is acid, or a urate if the urine is alkaline. 5. Mucous casts, pus, and epithelium signify disease of the bladder (cystitis) or other parts of the urinary tract, as determined by variety of epithelium.
Seite 199 - Broader casts are worse than narrow casts, as far as diagnosis is concerned, for the former signify a chronic disease. 11. The urine should be fresh for microscopical examination, as the micrococci will change hyaline casts into granular casts or devour them entirely in a short time.
Seite 368 - A strip of black India-rubber bandage, about two yards long, is to be doubled and passed between the thighs, its centre lying between the tuber ischii of the side to be operated on and the anus. A common calico thigh roller must next be laid lengthwise over the external iliac artery.
Seite 278 - Powdered chloral sprinkled on adhesive plaster and melted by a gentle heat (not more than enough to cause the plaster to adhere to the flesh) is applied while warm to the part where the blister is wanted ; within a few minutes a gentle heat is felt, increasing in intensity for a short time, then gradually easing off, and at the end of about ten minutes the part is free from pain.
Seite 286 - Second American from the Second Revised and Enlarged English Edition. With a chapter on Examination for Color Perception, by William Thomson.

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