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INDEX TO VOLUME CIX.
THE Index of the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal is arranged by authors and by subjects. Articles relating to the circulatory, respiratory, or nervous system, are to be found under those heads respectively. This method of indexing is that followed by the Editors of the Index Medicus, and is believed to be the most satisfactory plan which can be adopted.
F. H. B.
Alopecia Prematura, 334.
Althaus, J. The risks of massage, 279.
Ambulance Service, 307.
Amory, R. Letter from St. Petersburg, 596.
Anæmia. Iron and arsenic in anæmia and chlorosis, Willcocks, 261. Anatomy. The Parkman professorship of anatomy in the Harvard Medical School, 91; the use of fusible metal in making injections for corrosion anatomical preparations, Mixter, J. S., 156; recent progress in anatomy, Dwight, T., 225; clinical lecture on failure of sexual development, Thomas, T. G., 313.
Anthony, W. E. Management of the third stage of labor, 299.
Anus. Iodoform in fissure of the anus, Becker, A. R., 354.
Apartment Houses. Dangers to the public health from the erection of high apartment houses, Vanderpoel, 570.
Apoplexy of the cerebellum, Hurd, E. P., 195.
Archambault. Treatment of whooping-cough, 239.
Army and Navy. Surgical appliances for disabled soldiers and sailors, Crane, C. H., 236; annual report of the surgeon-general United States army, 1883, 546.
Ascites. Obscure case of ascites and anasarca, Minot, F., 154.
Atkinson (Baltimore). Multiple cachectic ulcerations, 252.
Bacillus. A contribution to the study of the tubercle-bacillus, Ernst, H. C., 100, 121.
Baltimore. Letter from Baltimore, 19.
Bancroft, C. P. Large vesical calculus in an insane patient; removal through vagina; death on sixth day; autopsy, 608.
Banks, Charles E., P. A. Surgeon, M. H. S. The appropriation to prevent the spread of epidemic disease, 621.
Bartholow, R. Enteric paraplegia, 562.
Becker, A. R. Iodoform in fissure of the anus, 354.
ment of the Diseases of Women, 591; Holmes, O. W., Medical Essays, 1842-1882, 158; Hopkins, W. B., The Roller Bandage, 350; Horwitz, O A Compend of Surgery for Students and Physicians, 350; Hud-on, W. II., Sea-Sickness: Its Cause, Nature, and Prevention without Medicine or Change in Diet, 613; IIun, H., A Guide to American Medical Students in Europe, 544; Kennedy, W. S., Oliver Wendell Holmes, Poet, Littérateur, Scientist, 159; Kitchen, J. W. M., Student's Manual of Diseases of the Nose and Throat, 592; Klein, E., Elements of Histology, 613; Lasche, S., Die Anämie, 520; Massachusetts State Board of Health, Lunacy, and Charity, Report and Papers, 1883, 497; Massachusetts Registration Report for the year 1882, 498; Mitchell, C. P., The Treatment of Wounds, as based on evolutionary laws, 552; Nettleship, E., Student's Guide to Diseases of the Eye, 16; New Hampshire Medical Society, Ninety-third Annual Session, 473; New Hampshire, First Annual Report of the State Board of Health, 204; New York, Second Annual Report of the State Board of Health, 204; New York, State Charities Aid Association, No. 32, 543; Ontario, First Annual Report of the Provincial Board of Health, 15; Oppert, F., Hospitals, Infirmaries, and Dispensaries, 543; Pennsylvania, Transactions of the Medical Society of the State of, XV., 350; Philadelphia Medical Times, 332; Parrish, J., Alcoholic Inebriety from a Medical Stand-Point, 159; Pitcher, L. S., The Treatment of Wounds, 613; Pitzer, G. C., Electricity in Medicine and Surgery, 136; Pomeroy, Ó. D., The Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases of the Ear, 520; Post, Ely, Vanderpoel, Pitcher, Hun, Wey, Agnew, etc., An Ethical Symposium, 592; Potter, S. O. L., Quiz Compend of Viscera, 350; Ross, J., A Treatise on the Diseases of the Nervous System, 613; Sattler, E. E., A History of Tuberculosis from the Time of Sylvius to the Present Day, 447; Spitzka, Insanity: Its Classification, Diagnosis, and Treatment, 543; Stearns, H. G., Insanity: Its Causes and Prevention, 158; Surgeon-General's Office, U. S. A., Index Catalogue, No. IV., 352; Taylor, A. S., The Principles and Practice of Medical Jurisprudence, 64; Thompson, W. G., TrainingSchools for Nurses, with Notes on Twenty-Two Schools, 399; Welch, F. H., Enteric Fever: Its Prevalence and Modifications: Etiology; Pathology and Treatment, 612; West, S., How to Examine the Chest, 613; Wood, H. C., A Treatise on Therapeutics, 279; Ziegler, E., A Text-Book of General Pathological Anatomy and Pathogenesis, 473. Bigelow, H. J. Presentation of a bust of Professor Bigelow, 404. Billings, F. S. Hermaphroditismus spurius masculinus bovis, 85. Biography. Arnold, G. J., 503; Blumenthal, C. S. 380; Crane, C. H., 384, 526; Depaul. 523; Dwight, T., 91; Ellis, C., 598; Fitz, S E., 430; Fleming, J. A., 336, 358; Harvey, W., 475; Jackimovicz, 282; Joyce, R. D., 479; Lente, F. D., 467; Lord, F. D., 599; Mead, E., 139; Mead, M. S., 508 Murray, R., 527; Oliphant, R. W 408; Pacini, F., 162: Sims, J. M., 496, 501; Smith, N., 304: Trask, J. D., 259; Wright, C., 259. Blackwood, W. R. D. An interesting case of femoral hernia in an aged patient; strangulation; operation, with cure, 344. Blodgett, A. N. Specimen of ovaries and uterus amputated at the cervix, 83; the third tonsil and diphtheria, 255.
Boardman, W. E. Pseudo-membranous enteritis, 374, 516; a case of malignant disease of the uterus, 488, 494.
Bolles, W. P. Report on materia medica and pharmacy, 195.
Bottez, C. Tumors in the temporal region, 93.
Bowditch, H. I. Treatment of double pneumonia by inhalation of oxygen, 156; medical tramps, 565; arrested phthisis, 569. Bradford, E. H. Cases in the service of Dr. Fifield, 59; the effect of recumbency on the length of the spine, 245; severe cases of club-foot, 278; report on progress in surgery of deformities and diseases of joints, 344; calculus from a child ten years old, 567. Brannan, J. W. Peptonized milk as a curative agent in acute dyspepsia, Breast. Carcinoma (scirrhus) of the breast, Girvin, R. M., 35; chronic abscess of the mammary gland, Crandall, C. R., 224; recurrent scirrhus of the male breast, De Schweinitz, G. E., 471; sarcoma of the breast, De Schweinitz, G. E., 573. Bright's Disease. Professor Semmola on the pathogeny of Bright's disease, 113; urinary casts outside of Bright's disease, 190. British Army in the Egyptian expedition; medical department, 65; the British army hospital services inquiry committee, 89. Brown, F. H. Plain words about the Medical Register for New England, 549. Brown-Sequard. Cataleptic state of the muscles, 358. Bruce. Cerebral tumor mistaken for hysteria, 209. Bruen, E. T. Case of sarcoma occupying the anterior mediastinum, 542. Buck, W. E. Note on disinfectants, 528. Bull. Surgery of the lungs, 355. Burn. Plastic operation for burn, Porter, C. B., 35. Burrell, H. L., and Watson, F. S. Contraction of the knee-joint treated by splints, 202. Bush, J. F. Case of nasal diphtheria, 61. Byford, W. H. Remarks on chronic abscess of the pelvis, 323. Cabot, A. T. A contribution to the treatment of empyema, 145, 153; recent progress in surgery, 605. Calculus. A case of renal calculus, oxalate of lime, Musser, J. H., 86. the rapid evacuation of stone from the bladder after crushing, Otis, F.
N., 467; calculus from a child ten years old, Bradford, E. H., &67; large | vesical calculus in an insane patient, Bancroft, C. P., 603. Campbell, H. F. Menstruation after extirpation of the ovaries, 320. Cancer. Case of "cancer-drawing," Dixon, R. B., 70; carcinoma (scirrhus) of the breast, Girvin, R. M., 55; carcinoma (scirrhus) of the rectum, Musser, J. H., 35; sarcoma of the bladder, Musser, J. H., 36; operative treatment of cancer of the tongue, 120.
Capitan. Prehistoric trephining, 524.
Carbolic Acid. Death from carbolic acid, Batchelder, D. H., 251.
Caswell, E. T. Surgical cases in Rhode Island Hospital, 183; fibroma of the vagina, 151.
Catarrh. The treatment and curability of chronic uterine catarrh, Mundé, P. F., 238.
Cerebellum.. Apoplexy of the cerebellum, Hurd, E. P., 195; tumor of cerebellum, Seymour, W. W., 200.
Cervix. Clinical report on cases of lacerated cervix, Warren, J. W., 197,
Chambord. The mistaken diagnosis in the case of the Comte de Chambord, Vulpian, 451.
Chancrous Virus, attenuation of, 381.
complications of erythema nodosum, Sée, G., 311; was it a coincidence? (contagion of eczema), 332; alopecia prematura, 334; progress in dermatology, Tilden, G. H., 393; the treatment of psoriasis, Van Harlingen, A., 438; purpura from quinine, Wigglesworth, E., 587. Cutler, E. G. A case of croupous pneumonia, occurring in a child with serious mitral disease; recovery, 78, 84.
Davenport, B. F. Report upon the adulteration of food and drugs,
Decapitating Instrument, new, Dixon, R. B., 299.
Derby, H. Results of the examination of the refraction of four consecu-
Channing, W. Report on recent progress in the construction of insane Diabetes. Bromide of arsenic in diabetes mellitus, 284; on the treatment hospitals and management of the insane, 462. of diabetes, Dujardin-Beaumetz, 457, 481; diet in diabetes, 522. Charcot. On some local nervous manifestations, 212. Dietetics for the sick, Seltzer, C. W., 317.
Chemistry. Recent progress in medical chemistry, Hills, W. B., 130; on certain unrecognized forms of lead-poisoning, and on the possibility of mistaking bismuth for lead in urine analysis, Putnam, J. J., 315; notes of progress in physiological chemistry, Warren, J. W., 413. Chicago. Medical expert testimony in the Chicago lard investigation, 68. Children. Some observations on the salivary digestion of starch by infants, Keating, J. M., 31; a case of laudanum-poisoning in an infant one day old, Stedman, G., 50; a note on the fæces of starch-fed infants, Randolph, N. A., 52; recent progress in diseases of children, Rotch, T. M., 79, 108; infantile urethral stricture, Whitney, J. O., 295; couvreuse, or mechanical nurse, 357; abdominal tumors in children, Whittier, E. N., 505. Chloroform in labor, Woolen, G. V., 328.
Chlorosis. Iron and arsenic in anæmia and chlorosis, Willcocks, 261. Cholera. Epidemic cholera, 137; cholera germ, 474.
Church, M. D. A case of suppurative hepatitis due to a pin in the vermiform appendix, 269; notes of a peculiar case in which the autopsy showed congenital absence of the left kidney, 588.
Circulatory System. Extreme mitral stenosis, death resulting in a few months from sequential lesions without general dropsy, Eskridge, 13; theories regarding the mechanism of the inorganic cardiac murmurs, Garland, G. M., 25, 34; the diagnosis of the so-called "functional murmurs," Shattuck, F. C., 28, 34; a new interpretation of Flint's mitral direct or presystolic murmur without mitral lesions, Keyt, A. T., 30; kidneys and heart from a case of chronic Bright's disease, Musser, J. H., 62; aortic valvular disease due to the combined action of strain and rheumatism, Musser, J. H., 63; clinical lecture on organic disease of the heart, Flint, A., 169; a case of thrombosis of the straight cerebral sinus, Rotch, T. M., 174; presystolic murmurs, organic and inorganic, Sansom, A. E., 190; apoplexy of the cerebellum, Hurd, E. P., 195; hæmorrhage following tonsillotomy, Otis, W. J., 227; division of the internal jugular vein, Ingalls, W., 230; tricuspid regurgitation, Lynch, J. S., 237; controlling hæmorrhage in amputation at the hip-joint, Lloyd, J., 262; the negative arterial pulse, Keyt, A. T., 340; heart complication in acute articular rheumatism, Flint, A., 409; phthisis with absence of parietal pericardium and malposition of uterus, Hughes, W. E., 472; case of death from heart clot following etherization, Minot, F., 560, 568; a case of sudden death due to hæmorrhage from the hepatic vein, Hoit, A. F., 584, 587; probable progressive hæmorrhage into the bowel depending on general disorganization of the blood, Hodges, R. M., 608.
Cirrhosis. Shrinkage in cirrhosis of the liver, Seymour, W. W., 259.
Clarke, H. B. "A case of delayed putrefaction," 598.
Claxton. Case of cancer of the liver, 424.
Cleanliness in surgical operations, Sutton, R. S., 302.
Climate of Santa Barbara and the Northern Pacific Coast, 354.
Clonus. Ankle clonus in relation to the height of the individual, James, A., 94.
Club-foot. Severe cases of club-foot, Bradford, E. H., paratus in cases of contracture, Sayre, L. A., 334. Code of Ethics. New York, 348.
Colorado climate for consumptives,
278; club-foot ap
Color-Blindness. The quickest, surest, and most practical method of ascertaining defects in the chromatic sense, Jeffries, B. J., 33. Concussion of the spine, Putnam, J. J., 217.
Digestive System. Some observations on the salivary digestion of starch by infants, Keating, J. M., 31; carcinoma (scirrhus) of the rectum, Musser, J. H., 35; eserine in diarrhoea, Eschle, 41; a note on the fæces of starch-fed infants, Randolph, N. A., 52; peptonized milk as a curative agent in acute dyspepsia, Brannan, J. W., 54; the diagnosis of tæniæ intestinales, 119; operative treatment of cancer of the tongue, 120; obscure case of ascites and anasarca, Minot, F., 154; iodoform for fissure of the anus, Hay, T., 211; shrinkage in cirrhosis of the liver, Seymour, W. W., 259; a case of suppurative hepatitis due to a pin in the vermiform appendix, Church, M. D., 269; the treatment of atonic dyspepsia, Fothergill, J. M., 286; an interesting case of femoral hernia in an aged patient, Blackwood, W. R. D., 344; iodoform in fissure of the anus, Becker, A. K., 354; the significance of appearances of the tongue, Hutchinson, J., 357; pseudo-membranous enteritis, Boardman, W. E., 374, 516; a case of fatty liver in connection with ascites from hepatic cirrhosis, Flint, A., 410; specimen of very large ulcer of the stomach with unusual features, Dulles, C. W., 423; case of cancer of the liver, Claxton 424; on the treatment of diabetes, Dujardin-Beaumetz, 457; malignant growths of the stomach and ovaries, Eskridge, J. T., 470: phthisis with absence of parietal pericardium and malposition of liver, Hughes, W. E., 472, 481; abdominal tumors in children, Whittier, E. N., 505; cylindrical-celled epithelioma of cæcum, Hughes, W. E., 541; enteric paraplegia, Bartholow, R., 562; large intestines from two cases of chronic dysentery, one of them showing pseudo-poly pi, Musser, J. H., 571; probable progressive hæmorrhage into the bowel depending on general disorganization of the blood, Hodges, R. M., 608.
Diphtheria. Putnam, C. P., 10; cases of nasal diphtheria, Bush, J. F., and Stedman, G., 61. Diplomas. Medical diplomas in Massachusetts, 40. Disinfectants, note on, Buck W. E., 528. Dispensary, Boston, 381; new building of the Boston Dispensary, 525. Dixon, R. B. Case of " cancer-drawing," 70; a new decapitating instru ment, 299. Dizziness. The sense of dizziness in deaf-mutes, James, 356. Draper, F. W. On medical evidence and medical witnesses, 73, 97; absence of water from the stomach after immersion of a corpse, 255; two cases of typhoid fever in which kairin was given, 417, 420; on sudden death from the entrance of air into the uterine veins, 516. Dresses, ladies', 381.
Drowning. Absence of water from the stomach after immersion of a corpse, Draper, F. W., 255.
Drugs. An amendment to the Massachusetts act to prevent adulteration of food and drugs, 66; report upon the adulteration of food and drugs, Davenport, B. F., 586. Duhring (Philadelphia). The value of a lotion of sulphide of zinc in the treatment of lupus erythematosus, 254; a case of ainbum with microscopical examination, 254.
Dujardin-Beaumetz on the treatment of diabetes, 457, 481; some points regarding the use of bromides in epilepsy, 261.
Dulles, C. W. Specimen of very large ulcer of the stomach with unusual features, 423.
Dunglison, R. J., and Marcy, H. O. Report on laws regulating the practice of medicine in the United States and Canada, 390.
Dwight, T. Recent progress in anatomy, 225; a new demonstration of the cavities of the mouth, nose, and pharynx, 244, 255.
Connecticut. Sanitary report of the Connecticut State Board of Health, Dyer, E. A new perimeter, 300. 71; typhoid fever in Connecticut, 452.
Consumption in New England, Hurd, E. P., Consumptives, Colorado climate for, 622.
Copper as a prophylactic against cholera, typhoid fever, etc., 830.
Coroners. The coroners must go, 280; medical examiners, 300; medical examiners in Rhode Island, 311.
Couvreuse, or mechanical nurse, 357.
Crandall, C. R. Chronic abscess of the mammary gland, 224. Crane, C. H. Surgical appliances for disabled soldiers and sailors, 236. Cremation societies for the propagation of cremation, and their hobby, 306. Cutaneous System. Case of pemphigus pruriginosus, Garland, G. M., 181; treatment of acne, Piffard, 251; general exfoliative dermatitis, Graham, 252; impetigo contagiosa, Stelwagon, 252; multiple cachectic ulcerations, Atkinson, 252; experiments in the use of naphtol, Van Harlingen, 252; leprosy, Fox, 253; Paget's disease or malignant papillary dermatitis, Sherwell, 253; pathogenesis of drug eruptions, Morrow, 253; changes observed in the non-ulcerating tubercular syphilide, Taylor, R. W., 253; pseudo-psoriasis and psoriasis of the palm, Sherwell, 254; a study of the coincidence of syphilitic and non-syphilitic affections of the skin, Hyde, 254; peculiar appearance of the initial lesion of syphilis at the beginning, Taylor, R. W., 254; the value of a lotion of sulphide of zinc in the treatment of lupus erythematosus, Dubring, L. A., 254; a case of ainhum, Duhring, L. A., 254; a peculiar papillary disease of the skin, Hardaway, 254; lymphangioma cutis, Graham, 254; hyperidrosis manuum, Smith, H. A., 262; probable epithelioma cured by astringent washes, Francis, S. W., 300; exfoliative dermatitis, Perry, T. W., 300; pulmonary
Dysmenorrhoea. Palmer, C. D., 803; the natural history of dysmenorrhoea, Williams, J., 453.
Dyspepsia. Peptonized milk as a curative agent in acute dyspepsia, Brannan, J. W., 54; the treatment of atonic dyspepsia, Fothergill, J. M., 286.
Ear. The neglect of ear symptoms in the diagnosis of diseases of the nervous system, Walton, G. L., 418; tinnitus aurium and vertigo as symptoms of lithæmia, Lyman, G. H., 553, 565.
Eclampsia. The behavior of the uterus in puerperal eclampsia as observed in two cases, Hicks, B., 166. Eczema. Was it a coincidence? 332. Eddison. Opening the chest in empyema, 382. Editorials. Some medical aspects of the time of the Stuarts, 17, 89; the Boston Lunatic Asylum, forty-fourth annual report of the superintendent, 18; medical diplomas in Massachusetts, 40; the medical department of the British army in the Egyptian expedition, 65; an amendment to the Massachusetts act to prevent the adulteration of food and drugs, 66; the British army hospital service inquiry committee, 89; sanitation at Newport, 91; the Parkman professorship of anatomy in the Harvard Medical School, 91; telegraphy and health, 92; Professor Semmola on the pathogeny of Bright's disease, 113; the fine art of substitution, 114; epidemic cholera, 137; vital statistics of Providence, 137; Annual Report of the Boston Board of Health for the year 1882-1883, 160; Boston City Hospi tal, Nineteenth Annual Report, 161; Charity Hospital, New York, 182; fiftyfirst annual meeting of the British Medical Association, 183; tuberculosis a century ago, 183; collective investigation, 206; "Thrift, thrift, Horatio," 206; a report on the communicability of phthisis, 207; medical men
Fox (New York). Leprosy, 253.
Fractures. The treatment of compound fractures, Vance, A. M., 327.
Garland, G. M. Case of pemphigus pruriginosus, 181; tænia medio-
and the "classical fetich," 232; the study of medicine in Italy, 234; acute | Forster, E. J. The "longings" of pregnancy, 536; a self-retaining pneumonis, a preliminary report of the collective investigation commit- Sim's speculum, 537. tee, 255; the Adams Nervine Asylum, 258; the coroners must go, 280; Fothergill, J. M. The treatment of atonic dyspepsia, 286. New York's water supply, 231; societies for the propagation of cremation and their hobby, 303; ambulance service, 307; the physiology of thermal sensations, 329; the tyranny of ofensive trades, 329; copper as a prophylactic against cholera, typhoid fever, etc., 330; the New York Academy of Medicine and the Code, 350; prescription writing, 351; the Index Catalogue, No. IV., 352; the dedication of the new Harvard Medical School, 376; the Walthamstow murders in England, conviction of an insane criminal, 376; a French surgeon's impressions of the United State3, 877; ruilway spine, 400; the conversion of malignant tumors into innocent growths, and the advantages of incandescent instruments, 400; Alaska from a medical point of view, 448; the medical treatment of insanity, 419; the medical teaching of the future in Boston and at the Harvard Medical School; the State Almshouse at Tewksbury, 428: localization of cerebral functions, 473; the cholera germ, 474; "regulars" and "irregulars" of the daily press, 475; the removal of the remains of William Harvey, 475; supplement, containing the Report and Papers on Public Health, to the fourth Annual Report of the State Board of Health, Lunacy, and Charity of Massachusetts, 1833, 497; registration report of Massachusetts for the year 1882, 498; the regulation of immigration, 521; diet in diabetes, 522; judicial murders, 522; intercollegiate foot-ball, 515; annual report of the surgeon-general United States army, 1833, 546; the report of the United States Marine Hospital Service, 516; the prosecution of manufacturers of adulterated drugs, 573; the markings of electricity, 574; insanity and murder: two trials, 593; the Index Medicus again, 594; annus medicus, 614. Education. Graduates from the Harvard Medical School, 24; medical diplomas in Massachusetts, 40; medical men and the "classical fetich," 232; the study of medicine in Italy, 254; the School of Veterinary Medicine of Harvard University, Withington, C. F., 241; education in the medical profession, Clark, F. C., 26); changes in the system of medical educa- ! tion. Whittier, E. N., 289; the new century and the new building of the Medical School of Harvard University, Holmes, O. W., 361; the medical education of the future in Boston and at the Hirvard Medical School, 426. Egyptian Expedition. The medical department of the British army in the Egyptian expedition, 65.
Electricity. The markings of electricity, 574.
Eliot, C. W. Address at Harvard Medical School, 403.
Empyema. An unfavorable case of empyema, Richardson, M. H., 8;
Epilepsy. Some points regarding the use of bromides in epilepsy, Du-
Probable epithelioma cured by astringent washes,
Francis, S. W., 300.
Ergot. The use and abuse of ergot, Woods, G. L., 125; the use and abuse of this dangerous drug, Engelmann, G. J., 324.
Ernst, H. C. A contribution to the study of the tubercle-bacillus, 100,
Erysipelas. Cerebral erysipelas, Clarke, A. P., 128.
Eserine in Diarrhea. Eschle, 41.
Eskridge, J. T. Hæmatoma in the upper portion of the mediastinum, producing death by suffocation, 86; extreme mitral stenosis, death resulting in a few months from sequential lesions without general dropsy, 13; malignant growths of the stomach and ovaries, 470.
Evidence. On medical evidence and medical witnesses, Draper, F. W.,
Exstrophy of the bladder with congenital fissure of the female urethra,
Eye. The quickest, surest, and most practical method of ascertaining de-
Farlow, J. W. Two cases in practice: (I.) anomalous menstrual
Gay, G. W. The management of patients during capital operations, 156;
Gilbert, D. D. A modified urethral steel sound, 82; a case of tubal
Graham (Toronto). General exfoliative dermatitis, 252; lymphangioma
Grandin, E. H. A case exemplifying one of the later lesions of syphilis,
Greene, J. S. Neurasthenia: Its causes and its home treatment, 75.
Hæmatoma in the upper portion of the mediastinum, producing death
Fifield, W. C. B. Cases in service of Dr. Fifield, Dr. E. H. Bradford Hall, J. N., M. D. (Harv.) Voluntary dislocation of the hip-joint, 622.
Fissure of Anus. Iodoform in fissure of the anus, Becker, A. R., 354. Flint, A. Clinical lecture on organic disease of the heart, 169; clinical lecture; heart complication in acute articular rheumatism; a case of fatty liver in connection with ascites from hepatic cirrhosis; remarks on tapping in the latter condition, 409.
Folsom. N. The digestibility of lobsters, 331.
Food. An amendment to the Massachusetts act to prevent adulteration of food and drugs, 65; the fine art of substitution, 114; dietetics for the sick, Seltzer, C. M., 317: the digestibility of lobsters, Folsom, N., 331; report upon the adulteration of food and drugs, Davenport, B. F., 586. Foot-Ball. Intercollegiate foot-ball, 515.
Hardaway. A peculiar papillary disease of the skin, 254.
Harrison, R. On some recent advances in the surgery of the urinary
rard Medical School, 376; the celebration of the one hundredth anni-
rey, W. Removal of the remains of William Harvey, 475.
aiian Islands. Letter from Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, Heffen-
lodoform for fissure of the anus, 211.
nes, T. Surgical treatment of hopeless cases of masturbation and
rt. Organic disease of the heart, Flint, A., 169.
enger, A. C. Letter from Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, 44; ma-
atitis. A case of suppurative hepatitis due to a pin in the vermiform
maphroditism. Hermaphroditismus spurius masculinus bovis, Bil-
'nia. An interesting case of femoral hernia in an aged patient, Black-
sey, G. D. Pancoast's black iron-dyed surgical silk, 299.
water from the stomach after immersion of a corpse. Draper, F. W., 255;
Kairin as an antipyretic in typhoid fever, Shattuck, G. B., 415; two cases
Keyt, A. T. A new interpretation of Flint's mitral direct or presystolic
Kimball, G. Annual Address, American Gynecological Society, 304.
On the behavior of the uterus in puerperal eclampsia as ob- Kingman, R. A. Prague, 46.
Is, W. B. Recent progress in medical chemistry, 130.
). Congenital dislocation of the hip, Post, A., 193, 201; hip-joint, vol-
dges, R. M. Probable progressive hæmorrhage into the bowel, depend-
Imes, O. W. The new century and the new building of the Medical
It, A. F. A case of sudden death due to hæmorrhage from the hepatic
lt, L. E. A successful case of tetanus neonatorum treated with bro-
mans, J. A case of two-horned uterus (uterus bicornis), 436, 446;
nolulu. Letter from Honolulu, HI. I., Heffenger, A. C., 44.
poper, R. M. Probable progressive hæmorrhage into the bowel de-
orse. Rheumatism in the horse; treatment by salicylate of soda, Abbot,
osmer, A. Case of retained placenta, 536; foetal calf with a fifth
ospital Duty, past and present, 621.
ospitals for the insane, Channing, W., 462.
ot Bath in asphyxia, 380.
our-glass contraction of the uterus, Stedman, J., 374.
ughes, W. E. Phthisis with absence of parietal pericardium and
utchinson, J. The significance of appearances of the tongue, 357.
Knapp, H. A note from Dr. Knapp, 430.
Knight, F. I. Report on progress in the treatment of diseases of the
Know Dr. Knapp," 380.
Ladies' Dresses, 389.
Laparotomy. Accidental puncture of the uterus in laparotomy, Lee,
Lee, C. C. Accidental puncture of the uterus in laparotomy, 305.
Link, J. E. The use of the roller bandage, 328.
Lithæmia. Tinnitus aurium and vertigo as prominent symptoms of lith-
Little, W. S. Ectopia lentis, 111.
Liver. Shrinkage in cirrhosis of the liver, Seymour, W. W., 259; a case
Liverpool. Letter from Liverpool, Gay, G. W., 164.
ygiene, Health, and Boards of Health. Sanitary report of the
Observations on the therapeutic results of hypnotism,
mmigration. The regulation of immigration, 521.
ndex Medicus, 594.
nebriates. A neglected field of medical supervision, Shute, C. B., 485,
nfanticide. Some remarks upon infanticide, with report of a case of
ngalls, W. Division of the internal jugular vein, 230.
odoform absorption and insanity, Liebmann, G., 260.
ackson, R. Extirpation of the cancerous uterus, 305.
Ankle clonus in relation to the height of the individual, 94.
effries, B. J. The quickest, surest, and most practical method of ascer-
enks, E. W. Congenital fissure of the female urethra with exstrophy
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