The Medico-chirurgical Review, Volumen 12

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S. Highley, 1828

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APRIL 1 1828
49
V
55
VII
74
Dr BRIGHTs Reports of Medical Cases in Guys Hospital
90
VIII
105
Medical Botany
117
Wound of the KuecoAmputation
118
Ammoniacal Sulphate of Copper in Epilepsy
120
Case of Axillary Aneurism Bartholomews
126
Popliteal AneurismSecondary Hæmorrhage
132
Influence of the Stomach on the Brain
138
INTELLIGENCE
270
Dr Cooke Mr Guthries Action against the Lancet Literary Notices PrizeList
283
Eclectic Review on Pulmonic Inflammation
289
Dr Cheyne on Malingering
309
Dr Bright on Dropsical Effusion from Liver Disease
313
Mr Lawrence on Dislocations of the Vertebræ
320
Mr Salmon on Stricture of the Rectum
327
MedicoChirurgical TransactionsNævi Materni c
333
MedicoChirurgical TransactionsNævi Materni c 833
337
Dr Cazenave on Rheumatism
351
Mr Earle on Paraplegia c
354
Dr Horner on the Mucous Membranes
361
Dr Macculloch on the propagation of Malaria
370
bis On Medical Education
379
Dr Monro on Hydrocephalus
387
Mr Wallace on a Fungus EruptionDr Elliotson on Diarrhea
401
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 on 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 by M Dupuytren 135
437
Moral and Pathological Effects of Gambling
438
On the Nature and Treatment of Traumatic Tetanus
439
Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journalits history
440
On the treatment of Caries of Bone by Dr Nicol
441
London Medical Repositoryits origin and success
443
London Medical Gazette observations 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
State 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 Vertebræ Bartholomews
452
Laceration of the Uretbra 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 Hótel 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 Hótel Dieu Rouen
462
Dr Cazenave on Urticaria Intermittens Hópital 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
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
On the Staining of Bloodvessels by M Laennec
488
Dr Abercrombie on a peculiar Affection of the Cranium
489
Irish College of Physicians
490
Remarkable disease of the Mucous Membrane of the Bladder La Charité
492
Peripneumony in Children Hópital des Enfans 493
493
Drs Graves and Stokes on Hepatic diseases Meath Hospital
494
Drs Graves and Stokes on Hepatic diseases Meath Hospital 73 Drs Graves and Stokes on the Pathology of Fever ib
495
Dr Cullen on Bronchotomy Royal Infirmary Edinburgh
496
Pulsating Tumours of the Scalp 1 Dr Maclachlans cases with commentaries Glasgow Infirmary
497
Mr Wardrops case with commentaries Panton Square
499
Sciatica cured by Moxa Bartholomews
501
Peculiar Affection of the Thigh St Georges
502
Furious Delirium treated by Mercury St Thomass
503
Duties of the Coroner
504
Drs Graves and Stokes on inflammation by contiguity
505
Violent Abdominal Contusion
506
Hufeland on Diseases of the Fætus in Utero
507
Bony Tumour obstructing the Pyloris
508
Extraordinary case of Paruria Erratica
509
Dr Clanny on the Pathology of the Blood in Typhus
510
Improved Mode of performing Tracheotomy
511
On Hæmatemesis and Melæna
512
Erysipelas treated by Lancet Punctures
514
Latest Curriculum of the Royal College of Surgeons
515
Gangrenous Erysipelasmamputationdeath Royal Infirmary Edinburgh
517
Mr C Bell on the question of Amputation Middlesex Hospital
518
Dr Marsh on VapourBath in Tetanus Steevens Hospital Dublin
520
Injury of the Head Trephining Bartholomews
521
Peculiar Affection of the Cranial Bones St Georges
522
Mr Amesbury on the nonunion of fractured Bones St Thomass
524
Mr Lawrences Letter to Dr Johnson with Dr Johnsons reply
525
Prosecution of Mr Stanly
527
Libel Macleod versus Wakley
528
Dr Bouillaud on Disease of the Biliary Ducts Hộpilal Cochin
529
Ophthalmia Porriginosa Liverpool Ophthalmic Infirm
531
Compound Fracture of the ThighMortification St Georges
533
Stultz on the Humoral Pathology Strasburgh Hospital
534
Boyer and Delpech on Pilimiction Hôpital de Montpellier
535
Extirpation of a Sarcocele followed by Tetanus Hosp General
537
On the Treatment of Burns by 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 Diabetes Mellitus
545
External Iliac Artery tied by Mr Brodie with remarks
547
Wound of the KneeAmputation
549
On Erysipelas treated by Incisions Bartholomews
555
Aortic Aneurisms Hospice General
559
Dr Kellie on Tubercles in various Structures
562
Literary Justice as seen in the Lancet
569
On the Diagnosis of Hernia
576
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL RECORD
577
Irish College of Physicians
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