The Medical Examiner, and Record of Medical Science, Band 3

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Lindsay & Blakiston, 1847
 

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Insanity in Egypt
64
History of a case of remarkable coloured Secretion from the Skin By C
67
Letheon at the New York Hospital
75
MEDICAL EXAMINER
79
Extraction of a large stone by the lateral operation By R Haywood
85
A Lecture on Practical Education in Medicine and on the course of
88
A Practical Treatise on Inflammation Ulceraiion and Induration of
101
A System of Human Anatomy General and Special By Erasmus
106
Excision of the Inferior Maxillary bone for OsteoSarcoma By William
115
Blindness cured by the use of Sulph Quinine By John McLean M D
121
Remarks on Strangulated Umbilical Hernia with a Case By A
129
Letter from PersiaLeeches in Intermitent Fever c
136
Progress of the Cholera
139
On Polypus of the Rectum By Robert Burns M D Frankford Penn
146
The Principles and Practice of Ophthalmic Medicine and Surgery
153
Materia Medica and Therapeutics including the Preparations of
155
Foreign Bodies in the Eye By Dr Jacob
169
Pathological Society of London
177
Lectures on Distortion of the Spine not connected with Caries delivered
183
On the Nature and Souices of the Contents of the Foetal Stomach being
189
Fungus tumour of the Bone By Professor Roux
196
Nasty Notices
202
Artificially Shortened Funiswith Rupture before Delivery Read
207
Retention of Urine a Sequel of Scarlatina successfully treated with
213
The Electric Spark By A W
219
Cours de Microscopic Complementaire des Etudes Medicales Anatomii
224
Jefferson Medical College
230
Tuberculous Abscess in the Pancreas
242
A Case of Enlargement of the Thyroid Gland treated by Seton
250
Secret of Success in Medical Practice
256
Affection of Peyers Glands in Adynamic Fever
262
On the Cure of VesicoVaginal Fistula By Joseph Pancoast M D
272
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES
278
Lectuies on the Comparative Anatomy and Physiology of the Vertebrate
284
EDITORIAL
290
Resignation of Professor Warren
293
Remarks on the Medical Topography of Texas and on the diseases
303
Death by StrychnineReport on the case of the late Dr W C Warner
309
Two Cases of Croup cured by Cauterizing the Larynx with a Solution
315
On the employment of Ether in Surgical Operations By the Editor
321
Fatal Effects of Ether Vapour in a case of Lithotomy By Roger Nunu
327
Case of Poisoning from swallowing Percussion Caps By T
332
Annuaire de Therapeutique de Matiere Medicals de Pharmacie et
403
Water versus Hydropathy or an Essay on Water and its true relations
409
La Lancette Canadienne
412
Report of the Committee on the Organization of the National Medical
426
Cases observed by S Henry Dickson M D Prof Instit and Prac
432
Ship Fever
439
Case of Softening of the Heart in a Person who was believed to have
446
On Marking Ink for marking Linen kz without the use of a Mordant
451
Fever in Liverpool 4
457
Ovarian Dropsy treated by tapping and injection of Solution of Iodine
459
Observations on Aneurism and its Treatment by Compression
465
HalfYearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences By W H Ranking
475
Cases of Organic Diseases of the Womb and its Appendages
494
Prosecutions for MaiPractice
505
On ExudationIts development By John Hughes Bennett M D
513
ORIGINAL COMMUNICATIONS
523
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES
531
A Treatise on the Practice of Medicine By George B Wood M D
541
Elements of Chemistry including the history of the imponderables
549
Peoria District Medical Society
557
Case of Excision of the whole of the Genital Organs By E W
560
Means of Recognising the Presence of Morphia in cases of Poisoning
572
Syrup of Hydrocyanic Acid
578
Note on the Exhibition of Sulphate of Quinina By M Donovan
583
A Case of Retention of a Dead Ovum in Utero for six months without
587
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTICES
595
Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Physic delivered at Kings
599
Epidemic CerebroSpinal Meningitis in Missouri
606
Obituary
612
Ship Fever at the Bellevue Hospital
615
A Case of VesicoVaginal Fistula remedied by Caustic By Elan
621
Functions of the Spinal Cord
633
Convulsive Affections of Infants and Children
640
Mercurial Treatment in Typhoid Fever By M Serres
647
A case of Serous Effusion in the Theca of the Medulla Spinalis
664
Oil Diseases of the Skin By Erasmus Wilson F R S Consulting
674
Yellow Fever
680
Massachusetts Medical Society
693
Suicides in France
699
Case of UteroVesical FistulaNovel Means of Relief
709
The American Medical Almanac for 1848 containing statistics of
761
Magnetized Gold and Tonic Pills
767

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Seite 417 - ... enjoys, of promoting and strengthening the good resolutions of his patients, suffering under the consequences of vicious conduct, ought never to be neglected. His counsels, or even remonstrances, will give satisfaction, not offense, if they be proffered with politeness, and evince a genuine love of virtue, accompanied by a sincere interest in the welfare of the person to whom they are addressed.
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Seite 421 - Compliance with this request is an act of courtesy, which should always be performed with the utmost consideration for the interest and character of the family physician, and when exercised for a short period, all the pecuniary obligations for such service should be awarded to him. But if a member of the profession neglect his business in quest of pleasure and amusement...
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